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New found energy, new found purpose: that's what Not Without A Fight is all about. The first New Found Glory album to bear the Epitaph logo brims with fresh promise, showcasing a band comfortable in their own skin and eager to get back to basics and present it all to the world. Not Without A Fight is arguably the strongest addition to an impressive catalog with no less than three gold ... Read more in Amazon's New Found Glory Store

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  • Vinyl (October 4, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B005FQNI9E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #191,954 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Radiosurgery
2. Anthem for the Unwanted
3. Drill It In My Brain
4. I'm Not the One
5. Ready, Aim, Fire!
6. Dumped
7. Summer Fling, Don't Mean a Thing
8. Caught In The Act
9. Memories and Battle Scars
10. Trainwreck
11. Map Of Your Body

Editorial Reviews

New Found Glory vocalist Jordan Pundik may sing "I'm amazed that we've made it this far" on the band's 2011 full-length album Radiosurgery, but that shouldn't be a surprise to anyone who has followed the band's career trajectory. For the past 14+ years the Coral Spring, Florida, pop-punk act New Found Glory have transcended trends and gimmicks by writing songs from the heart that listeners of all ages can relate, including three gold records under their belts.

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The guys always put a lot of energy into making great music!!
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They take all the great elements of punk, pop, rock, hardcore and other styles to make up one great sound.
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New Found Glory is one of those bands that just keep getting better with each album they release.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Cory T. Shaeffer on October 4, 2011
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There was a time not too long ago, from about 2000-2006, when you could not avoid pop punk. The bands that played this type of music were everywhere, and new bands were coming out of the woodwork every day it seemed. New Found Glory were among the poineers of these bands, arriving on the scene around 1999, just as this style of music was breaking through. The genre went through changes, with sunny pop-punk slowly being replaced by emo/screamo, and eventually, a whole new crop of younger bands started to push the old ones away. New Found Glory has never gone away, and as a matter of fact, their last album (2009's "Not Without A Fight") was one of their most honest and straightforward efforts. In order for a band to survive these constant changes in the scene, they need to keep making good records.

And Radiosurgery is good. It is DARN good. As a matter of fact, it just might be the band's best yet. Opting to return to the sound of their earlier albums, NFG has picked up the tempo even more this time around, and the songwriting is spot-on. Some of the tracks are a little on the poppy side, such as the title track and first single "Radiosurgery." Others hit hard with a refreshing blast of punk energy (the cover version of "Blitzkreig Pop" is one of the best punk covers I've ever heard.) Literally, out of fifteen tracks, thirteen are near exceptional. This stands out as the only NFG album to not have any bad songs; they really got it right this time around. Jordan Pundik's vocals are great throughout, and Chad Gilbert attacks these songs like it was his last day on earth, making the album sound immediate, but still lots of fun.

On the inside cover of this album, it reads "Pop Punk is Not Dead.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Aubree Brooks on October 5, 2011
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This album is great! New Found Glory is one of those bands that just keep getting better with each album they release.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Riaan on October 5, 2011
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Such a terrific, uplifting album full of classic NFG hooks! They certainly have done it again. Any fan of pop-punk should eat this up. Love it!
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New Found Glory never really age do they? They've been around for awhile. I can't act like I was there from the beginning but I am definitely glad I have started listening to them in the last few years. This is a great happy, summer disc. Bethany Cosentino was a great addition to Caught in the Act as her and Jordan's voice blend nicely. It's hard to pick out songs that are better than others because nearly every song has a chorus that'll have you hooked and singing along. Good release and lucky for us they aren't done yet
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By txtech1997 on August 4, 2013
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Highly recommended. If you do not own this album, make sure you get it. Every song is awesome. And you will not be sorry.
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ANFG is STILL awesome. This album is great. While I really like it, I must admit that Hit or Miss is still my favorite. But you can tell that they took their time and didn't just throw something together on this one. Maybe I was *slightly* disappointed in the fact that I was hoping for something just a bit harder from them - but this is pop punk by the way. Still, I listen to it multiple times in my shuffle.
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So far, this is the best album that being made ever.
Great spirit from pop punk band.

Pop punks never dies :)
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By Brett Trent on January 21, 2013
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NFG returns to greatness as they release their 8th full length album "Radiosurgery". Tracks like "Summer Fling Don't Mean a Thing" and "Anthem for the Unwanted" remind me of the classic NFG i grew up with. I give this album 5 stars for creativity, Originality and all around awesomeness. Anyone who has ever liked New Found Glory or even pop punk in general will love this album.
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