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Makes Me Sick
Vinyl | LP (12" album, 33 rpm)
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Vinyl LP pressing with printed inner sleeve and digital download. 2017 release. Pop punk legends New Found Glory are back! This year marks the band's 20 year anniversary, which will be celebrated with this album and a 20 year anniversary tour (appropriately titled 20 Years of Pop Punk) where they will be playing new material along with catalog albums from front to back. With two gold albums under their belts, endless tours, and pop punk hooks unlike any other, 2017 is set to the year of New Found Glory. The Coral Springs, Florida-based band formed in 1997. During their lengthy recording career, the band have released eight studio albums, one live album, two EPs, and three cover albums. Emerging as part of the second wave of pop punk in the late 1990s, music critics consider them a key pioneer of the genre.
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What sets this album apart from other NFG releases is that a lot of the songs have unique sounds. For example, the tracks "Call me Antisocial", "Happy Being Miserable", and "Blurred Vision" all pay homage to the 80's / New Wave style of music by prominently featuring synthesized sounds. It totally works in every track. Another track titled "The Sound of Two Voices" is New Found Glory's first attempt at a Hawaiian / Islander type of music. Again, the guys amazingly pulled it off! Throw in an excellent love song in "Short and Sweet" , and a lyrically powerful "Party on Apocalypse" and you have a very memorable set of tracks. I love this album so much that I am going to have to order the cd version of it!