Saturday, May 22, 2010

New Found Glory: DoTM

This one is by another band that I never really listened or paid much attention to until I heard some of their stuff via Mandy.

It's All About the Girls
Released in December 1997 by Fiddler Records.
Produced by James Wisner and New Found Glory.
Band lineup:
Jordan Pundik - vocals; Chad Gilbert - guitar; Steve Klein - guitar; Ian Grushka - bass; Joe Moreno - drums.
Tracks: 5

From the Screen to Your Stereo
Released in March 2000 by Drive-Thru
Produced by Jeremy Staska and New Found Glory.
Lineup changes:
Joe Moreno was replaced on drums by Cyrus Bolooki.
Tracks: 7
Composed entirely of covers from movie soundtracks.
"That Thing You Do" (from movie of same name, originally by The Wonders)
"Neverending Story Theme Song" (from movie of same name, originally by Limahl)
"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (from Armageddon, originally by Aerosmith)
"The Goonies R Good Enough" (originally by Cyndi Lauper)
"The Glory of Love" (from The Karate Kid 2, originally by Peter Cetera)
"Everything I Do" (from Robin Hood, originally by Bryan Adams
"My Heart Will Go On" (from Titanic, originally by Celine Dion)

Nothing Gold Can Stay
Released in October 1999 by Eulogy.
Produced by New Found Glory.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
"Hit or Miss"

New Found Glory
Released in September 2000 by Drive-Thru.
Produced by Neal Avron.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
"Hit or Miss" and "Dressed to Kill"
Charts:
Reached #107 on Billboard 200.

Sticks and Stones
Released in June 2002 by MCA.
Produced by Neal Avron.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
"My Friends Over You" and "Head On Collision"
Charts:
Reached #2 on Billboard 200.

Catalyst
Released in May 2004 by Geffen Records.
Produced by Neal Avron.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Singles:
"All Downhill From Here" "Truth of My Youth" "Failures Not Flattering" and "I Don't Wanna Know"
Charts:
Reached #3 on the Billboard 200.

Coming Home
Released in September 2006 by Geffen.
Produced by Thom Panunzion and New Found Glory.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 13
Singles:
"It's Not Your Fault"
Charts:
Reached #19 on the Billboard 200.

From the Screen to Your Stereo Part 2
Released in September 2007 by Drive-Thru.
Produced by New Found Glory.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
"Kiss Me" (from the movie She's All That, originally by Sixpence None the Richer)
"It Ain't Me Babe" (from the movie Walk the Line, originally by Bob Dylan)
"The Promise" (from the movie Napoleon Dynamite, originally by When in Rome)
"King of Wishful Thinking" (from the movie Pretty Woman, originally by Go West"
"Stay" (from the movie Reality Bites, originally by Lisa Loeb)
"Lovefool" (from the movie Romeo + Juliet, originally by The Cardigans)
"Iris" (from the movie City of Angels, originally by Goo Goo Dolls)
"Dont You Forget About Me" (from The Breakfast Club, originally by Simple Minds)
"J'y Suis Jamais Alle" (from Amelle, originally by Yann Tiersen)
"Crazy For You" (from Vision Quest, originally by Madonna)
"Head Over Heels" (from Donnie Darko, originally by Tears for Fears)

Hits
Compilation album released in March 2008 by Geffen.
Various producers.
Tracks: 12

Tip of the Iceberg
Released in April 2008 by Bridge Nine Records.
Produced by Paul Miner.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 6

Taking It Ova!
Released in April 2008 by Bridge 9.
Produced by Paul Miner.
This album was released under the band name International Superheroes of Hardcore and the band members are the same only the guitar player (Gilber) and the vocalist (Pundik) switched places.
Tracks: 12

Not Without a Fight
Released in March 2009 by Epitaph.
Produced by Mark Hoppus.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
"Listen to Your Friends" and "Don't Let Her Pull You Down"
Charts:
Reached #12 on Billboard 200.

Not Without a Heart Once Nourished...
Split album with Shai Hulud released in March 2009 by Bridge 9.
Produced by Mark Hoppus, Matt Fox and Greg Thomas.
Tracks: 2
New Found Glory track = "Truck Stop Blues"

Swiss Army Bromance
Split album with Dashboard Confessional released in February 2010 by Epitaph.
Tracks: 4
New Found Glory tracks:
"The Swiss Army Romance"
"Saints and Sailors"

1 comment:

  1. I had a copy of one of their albums on my computer for a while but I just couldn't get into it.

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