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Amazing record, one of the underrated ones by NFG. Great sound on vinyl! Recommended 100%Published 3 months ago by Afner
If you don't know NFG this is as good an album as any other to start with. If you love NFG you've already got this album so move along. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This band continues to produce great album after great album. This is another solid collection of riffs and songs. Get it!Published 10 months ago by Matthew Swig
As you know, New Found Glorys eponymous self-titled debut and "Sticks and Stones" are masterpieces. Afterwards they have released "Catalyst", not the brightest of the band's, but... Read morePublished 16 months ago by kylerawks10
Yap, it was just an ordinary album from NFG.
The sound was as per 1990's band, just sing like screaming. Average.
this is a great cd,hardcore pop and punk all mixed together. there's no
doubt that nfg is the best band(for me that is) if not the best in its genre
New Found Glory never seizes to amaze me! This jumps to #2, right after the infamous Sticks and Stones album. Not Without A Fight is true NFG. I love every song on the album.Published on December 2, 2010 by mxhammypx
With 2006's fan-disappointing Coming Home, Florida pop-punk upstarts New Found Glory made the assumption that "mature" music automatically meant slow and weepy. Read morePublished on March 15, 2010 by Nicholas Alla Koholick
Okay, I have to admit that I never took the time to listen to New Found Glory's last two records (Catalyst & Coming Home). Read morePublished on February 1, 2010 by Eric D