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  • Audio CD (September 18, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Drive Thru
  • ASIN: B000UVLSWS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,374 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Platinum selling artist New Found Glory's upcoming release From the Screen To Your Stereo 2 out on September 18th on Drive-Thru Records consists of the band's own take on soundtrack songs from popular movies from the 80's, 90's and 2000's. Self-produced by the band in a studio in Tyler, TX, many of the band's friends came by to lend a helping hand on vocals including Lisa Loeb, Adam Lazarra from Taking Back Sunday, Will Pugh from Cartel and Sherri DuPree from Eisley. This full-length release is a follow up to the 2000 EP From The Screen To Your Stereo, which has sold more than 273K copies to date.

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This album is definitely worth picking up.
olivia.notter
A lot of really great songs with great twists from the originals.
Emely M. Iverson
Most cover cds are not good, but by far this one rocks!!!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Brian S. Popowitz on September 18, 2007
Format: Audio CD
With the release of New Found Glory's most recent, From The Screen To Your Stereo Pt. 2, NFG set out to do what they've been doing for years... making their fans happy. And with the massive success of their first movie soundtrack cover album years ago, the fans demanded more, and New Found Glory answered and then some!

Bringing along a huge cast of guest vocalists from Fall Out Boy to Taking Back Sunday to Dashboard Confession to Say Anything, and more, the NFG boys blend their high energy, amazingly catchy sound to the tune of 11 classic movie cover songs. As an album strictly made for the fans, New Found Glory finds pop punk hidden within songs such as 90's classics "Kiss Me," "The King Of Wishful Thinking" and "Lovefool." The boys also taken on power ballad Goo Goo Dolls hit "Iris" with the help of Will Pugh of Cartel to create a perfectly melodic rendition that will give you shivers with Jordan and Will hit the chorus.

This album has it all; guest vocals, sing-alongs; and the infectious sound New Found Glory has trademarked over their vastly successful career.

Whether you like NFG, the track listing, or a guest vocalist, you are destine to instantly fall in love with this record.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Flap Jackson on March 27, 2008
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I've always loved covers, the takes that artists give to known, old classics. New Found Glory, who I've never really cared for with their other work, now gives a whole cover album, with not just any songs, but songs from movies. Some of the best are covered very finely in this album, and unless you are just so stubborn in love with the originals, you can't help but love them.

"Kiss Me" adds new life to the teen romantic comedy song, that we now have to thank for so many bad ones. This is a rather impressive take on the song, improving some elements, before losing some in the chorus. "It Ain't Me Babe" creates a new genre in the form of punk rock-bluegrass. The song is exactly what its genre suggests, interesting to say the least.

"King of Wishful Thinking" continues the trend of guest spots on the album, with Patrick Stump, but rather than taking over the song, he adds for a rather appropriate background vocal, that makes for a great song, that'd I'd never heard of before this cover. "Stay (I Missed You)" is a cover of Lisa Loeb, featuring, Lisa Loeb! Now, I've never liked Loeb, and she's become sort of a running joke in the music world. But amazingly, she really adds a great element to a cover of her own song, making this another great track for the album

"Lovefool" is great on the verses, but falls short on the chorus, and makes for one of the weaker, but still great, tracks on the album. The classic love song known as "Iris" is also covered rather nicely, with verses by Will Pugh of Cartel. Both verses and chorus alike come off in unexpected amazing ways, that add another level of emotion to the song, making it less sappy than the original radio smash-hit.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By elaina on September 18, 2007
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from the screen to your stereo part 2 is definitely one of the best cds that i've heard this year. i am absolutely in love with it!!!!!! i love new found glory!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. C. Mcintyre on September 18, 2007
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I really love the track list on this album. Sure, a lot of the songs on there are songs that were totally over played in their time, but New Found Glory has put a new spin on them and made them even catchier than before. I personally like "Head Over Heels" and "Love Fool." They took mellow songs and made them up beat and catchy. "Stay" is also really awesome because Lisa Loeb herself is featured on the track. That song was a hit in the 90s, and it's still undeniably catchy. So yeah. Check out the album...you can preview tracks on myspace.com/newfoundglory as well as absolutepunk and itunes of course.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By olivia.notter on October 1, 2007
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Considering that this is New Found Glory's second time at making an album full of covers, it's amazing, and they even sneak an nice instrumental diddy in from the movie Amelie. I also think it's great that they let the fans in on having some input as to which movies to pick which songs from. Altogether, you can listen to this album fully and listen to the songs you love redone in a punk pop clean New Found Gloryesque way. This album is definitely worth picking up. GO GET IT!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Melody Margarit on September 18, 2007
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After hearing this album, it really washed away any doubt in my mind that it would be hard for NFG to top "From the screen to your stereo part 1". I am an old-school New Found Glory fan, and that EP really brought them home for me! I think they did an excellent job choosing songs for this album. Not to mention, that I love how many guest artists they had come in. This album was well worth the wait for me, for sure!!
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By Mallory Hall on September 27, 2007
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With the release of "From the Screen to Your Stereo Part II" New Found Glory has set the bar high when it comes to covering songs. Most songs cover songs are nothing more than horrible imitations of the originals causing me to cringe at the first note played. Not so with the New Found boys--they took classic movie-soundtrack songs and infused just the right amount of modern pop-punk, deftly conquering the cover-song curse. The first single, "Kiss Me" originally by Six Pence None the Richer from the teeny-bopper movie She's All That, is an upbeat, progressive movement, inspiring pseudo-rockers nation-wide to get up and off their skinny-jean clad bottom and onto their Van's slip-ons to dance frantically--and it's definitely the good kind of frantic dance. Furthermore (and thankfully), it's decidedly less obnoxious than the original, which caused me to turn the radio dial more often than necessary. What's more, the album features guests vocals from the lead singers of today's most popular bands, such as Will Pugh of Cartel, Max Bemis of Say Anything, Adam Lazarra of Taking Back Sunday, and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy--yes, boys and girls, Pete Wentz is not the only member. If this wasn't enough ammunition, it also includes songs from The Breakfast Club, Walk the Line, Napoleon Dynamite, and others. Suffice it to say, future bands who try to cover such classics will have a difficult time in creating such a slew of funtastic songs as New Found Glory has done. Honestly, I would recommend that they don't even bother.
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