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New Found Glory

New Found Glory: CatalystCatalyst (2004)
Universal Music Group

Reviewer Rating: 3.5
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I've never been a huge fan of New Found Glory. Nor have I ever been a huge fan of the more mainstream and pop orientated punk rock bands around. Therefore, I didn't have high expectations for the new New Found Glory full-length, entitled Catalyst. However, this album took me by surprise. I was force.
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I've never been a huge fan of New Found Glory. Nor have I ever been a huge fan of the more mainstream and pop orientated punk rock bands around. Therefore, I didn't have high expectations for the new New Found Glory full-length, entitled Catalyst. However, this album took me by surprise. I was forced to swallow my pride, and to accept that this album actually is rather good.

First of all, this album is not for the close minded, stereotype punkrock fan. It's melodic, sometimes a bit over the top with its harmonies and sugar-laden choruses, and some Something Corporate-esque piano lines are also included. The lyrics cannot be labelled as great poetry now matter how you look at them. However, its strength lies in its incredible catchiness, addictiveness and, at times, very strong song writing. It's radio friendly, sure, and it's also a band that the punk rock elite gets kicks out of dissing. But still. I choose not to focus on such matters, and I'll instead try to focus on the qualities this album has.

The first three tracks are all very strong. The intro is a very short affair, and reminded me of Kid Dynamite at times (!). Fast and to the point. Second track is the song which is also released as a single, namely "All Downhill From Here". Although it's cheesy and very poppy, it's still a good track. Mostly a mid-tempo affair, which reminds me of a mixture of Allister, Midtown and Something Corporate. Surprisingly, it actually works out (at least for me). "This Disaster" follows in the same vein. Mid tempo verse ā?? and with a "huge" chorus.

However, at times, NFG really goes too far with the emotional and sugar-sweet melodies. "I Don't Wanna Know" is a song that reeks of unnecessarity. It's also hard to get out of your head, as its orchestra-driven chorus tends to stick inside your head like glue. "Ending In Tragedy" is another song that follows this formula.

The strongest track on the album, by far, is "Your Biggest Mistake". Groovy, up-tempo, positive and with an impressive flow. It's one of the more punkier tracks on the record too. Another higlight is "No News Is Good News", found on the sampler "Rock Against Bush". A mid-tempo affair, but with the typical strong and catchy chorus.

The musicianship on "Catalyst" is top notch. NFG sounds really tight on this record, and the production also helps the instruments to shine the way they're supposed to be. Some may be put off by the singer's voice, but there's no denying that the guy can sing. Overall, I think this is a surprisingly strong release. Radio friendly, catchy, will appeal to the MTV punks, but still good. I can't help it. And I don't really care either. Perhaps a guilty pleasure, but a good one at that.

Not a revolutionary record, but it's good entertainment when you're in the mood for it.

Sample Tracks
All Downhill From Here

 

 
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swellersfan7407 (February 23, 2009)

great album

schrutebucks (August 29, 2008)

Lots of sap that doesn't lend itself to repeat listens, but "Failure's Not Flattering" and "No News Is Good News" are the two best songs this band has ever written.

GlassPipeMurder (August 10, 2006)

not bad for nfg

clamum (July 21, 2006)

"this album sucked king kongs big fat harry dick
and it is nothing like all thare other stuff
cause it suckes vigina."

Hahaha! WTF does that even mean?

Anonymous (June 13, 2006)

is it just me or were NFG tried getting heavier on this albulm . they were better off with their old stuff

Anonymous (February 1, 2005)

this album sucked king kongs big fat harry dick
and it is nothing like all thare other stuff
cause it suckes vigina.

jerock1110 (January 1, 2005)

Good music but they need a new singer

Anonymous (December 30, 2004)

piece of shit album i cant believe i used to like this shit

Anonymous (October 15, 2004)

hey if you like New Found Glory and The Starting Line, etc. then listen to this awesome band called Stanley. www.purevolume.com/stanley

Anonymous (August 21, 2004)

New found glory fucking rule! And anybody who says otherwise don't know fuck about music, you fucking pansies!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! Awsome!!! and by the way i'm from england and it's 11:10 in the morning here!!

Anonymous (August 21, 2004)

New found glory fucking rule! And anybody who says otherwise don't know fuck about music, you fucking pansies!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! Awsome!!!

Anonymous (August 19, 2004)

i think nfg fuckin rule. catalyst is a great album
if you dont like them then why the fuck you listen to em?

Anonymous (August 5, 2004)

Nirvana is on the radio i just wanted everyone to know that. lithium. kevin and bean. oh new found glory was at warped tour 2004 at cal state fullerton. i got some pix. they rock

Anonymous (August 3, 2004)

chad should be lead singer. i mean jordan is great but chad isn't nasley and whinney. and to who ever said who would sing through therye nose more billy corgan or jordan pundik it would be jordan. and sometimes jordan looks so much like quentin terintinno i rub my eyes in disbelief. jordan sure makes some funny lokin faces

Anonymous (August 3, 2004)

if you hate new found glory so fuckin much stay out of nfg sites you stupid posers. who the hell cares if they are not punk enough? just don't listen to them stupid asses! and you know what the ramones weren't that punk etheir. wow they wrote a song about shenna is a punk rocker! wow hard fuckin' core! i don't waste my time in web sites i hate! nfg rock!!! the clash are the only old punk band that rock, Nivana rock so much! kurt cobain ( RIP) had problems with you stupid morons who thought nirvana weren't the right punk and what he did is start grunge. bands LIKE nfg are doin the same thing by starting pop-punk. lay off the whole they suck issue and respect them for doin what they luv! Catatlyst is by far the best NFG cd!

nothingleft9 (July 30, 2004)

i love the cd. i love the music videos. everything is good in my book.

i understand that everyone has an opinion, but why the hell are you wasting your time coming back and posting comments about a band you don't even like. if you hate them SOO much, then quit talking about them and go do something you else, like comment about a band you like.

Anonymous (July 22, 2004)

Great cd, released right before summer. Always the cd my friends and I reach for when driving to the beach.

Oh and about this
"You sir, are a shit head. You're not allowed to talk about music ever again. And if I ever hear you do it again, I swear to god I'll eat your first born son."

Too bad he is absolutely correct. Jordan can at least sing half decently. Sorry but I prefer that over all the yelling from the "true" punk. True punk is rediculously stupid. Bunch of kids with mohawks running around acting like they are against the system.

Get a life.

FeatheredMullet (July 15, 2004)

How many dicks would I need in my mouth to sound exactly like Jordan? I liked the video they did where Troma fucked them up. I would have prefered to see Jordan get his arms ripped off by a gorrilla and beaten with them until he past out from lack of blood. Than the gorrilla would piss all over him - that would have been better - keep up the great work boys I can't wait to see you at the Warp tour. I'll be the guy in the front row with a feathered mullet jacking off to your music.Peace

Anonymous (July 14, 2004)

"but thereā??s no denying that the guy can sing."

Uhh...yes there is. Seen him live? It's pretty average. A studio can make anybody sound good. It's like saying that Britney Spears can sing.

chrisafi (June 26, 2004)

This album shouldn't be good but it is.
It's my filthy dirty secret.
It is actually shockingly good in places, but some tracks do make me feel...hmm... I remember why I don't like pop-punk now. But some of it branches out nicely into Punk Rock instead, and this stuff is actually good

9/10 for 50% of Punk Rock songs
5/10 for 50% of Punk-Pop songs

=7/10

Anonymous (June 18, 2004)

ItĀ“s like... mm
Any other NFG album, melodic, poppy, sometimes a litlle more rocker but nothing new
a boring CD

J-Quist182 (June 15, 2004)

This CD is much different then there other CD's.. I think it offers a more matured NFG but if you say it's not punk.. then your right. NFG has never been punk well not the punk as the "punks" refer to. This is MTV punk or pop-punk as some like to call it. It's a good CD and I recoomend most of you to take the time and sit down and listen to it. Its catchy and very rythmetic.

lostinthecrowd13 (June 11, 2004)

P.S. I would sell out too if I had the chance.

lostinthecrowd13 (June 11, 2004)

I don't have a problem with pop punk even if the said pop punk may have sold out. With that said I would like to say this CD is bad and NFG is slowly heading the way of screamo.

Anonymous (June 6, 2004)

"Don't accuse people of judging it before they listen if you yourself haven't listened to it. That's just dumb"

To the person who said that, If you read what i wrote again it was a joke showing how people always say bands are shit but they havnt actually heard them properly before! I was being saircastic!

Anonymous (June 3, 2004)

They are way more talented than Rancid or Subhumans or whatever it is you hardcore punx listen to. HxC yeh woooo.

Anonymous (May 28, 2004)

Very Very Very Very Good

People Using this as a place to practice generally being retards should go do it our in the street
Where hopefully a drive by shooting will take place
But Your probably some fat low-life
So It would be a drive-round shooting

Anonymous (May 25, 2004)

Quote: "Some may be put off by the singerā??s voice, but thereā??s no denying that the guy can sing"

Maybe it is that he can sing usually, but for those of us that mix music recordings, know that there are an ENORMOUS amount of auto-tuner on the vocals.
As long as it sounds natural, I think Auto-tuner is great.
But the vocals on this record sounds nothing like a natural voice. Just listen to track two.

Overall, a good record.

Anonymous (May 24, 2004)

i was here becosue Michelle like this crapy ass band i cant describes how much this lame band suxs. but this guys should stop singing.

Anonymous (May 24, 2004)

I feel sorry for people who actually like or liked this band.

Anonymous (May 24, 2004)

dled it awhile ago, its ok for mainstream rock

th3space (May 23, 2004)

okay, admittedly...these guys put on a good show. also, they're albums aren't that bad. but they really lost my interest after that hollywood covers ep...it just didn't do anythign for me...sticks n stones didn't do much to restore my faith. i really just thought my joke was better than that, sorry.

Anonymous (May 23, 2004)

Never listened to it. Saw the video once, the sound was off. But goddamn, that singer guy is funnylookin.

WussEmoRock2 (May 23, 2004)

I am the king of the morons

Anonymous (May 23, 2004)

My sis has it and its not good at all, the only good thing about is one of the kids in the band has a sticker of The Disasters on his geetar(they were drawings of the band members) but yeah this shit sucks

jamespastepunk (May 23, 2004)

It's pretty good. If you hate New Found Glory, this won't change that, but its still a good cd any way you cut it.

Anonymous (May 23, 2004)

The person two posts down...

Don't accuse people of judging it before they listen if you yourself haven't listened to it. That's just dumb

Joe

Anonymous (May 23, 2004)

"I've never been a huge fan of New Found Glory. Nor have I ever been a huge fan of the more mainstream and pop orientated punk rock bands around."

Given the repeated Something Corporate and Allister name droppings in this review, I'm inclined to not believe that statement whatsoever. If you're a fan, admit it. I'd rather read a review from somebody who openly enjoys a style of music than somebody who trys to cover it up.

Anonymous (May 23, 2004)

I wonder if half the people who bash this cd have actually heard it yet! You think it's just the same as all the others when it's not! It follows the same paterns and formulas but NFG have really matured in sound and their writing style!
I don't know actually know that, i havn't heard the album yet! sorry!

Anonymous (May 22, 2004)

To the guy below, I'll help you eat that cunts babie!

Anonymous (May 22, 2004)

"I bet that at least half the people complaining about Jordan's voice have either a Rancid or NOFX cd in their collection. At least Jordan can sing in tune and hold a note, more than can be said for Tim Wheezy Armstrong and Fat Overrated Mike"

You sir, are a shit head. You're not allowed to talk about music ever again. And if I ever hear you do it again, I swear to god I'll eat your first born son.

Anonymous (May 22, 2004)

I bet that at least half the people complaining about Jordan's voice have either a Rancid or NOFX cd in their collection. At least Jordan can sing in tune and hold a note, more than can be said for Tim Wheezy Armstrong and Fat Overrated Mike

theTruman (May 21, 2004)

"shut up...dont get into hardcore after hearing that intro song....please"

Are you an idiot? My first show was Leeway and Vision at City Gardens in '93, bitch. Don't f'n talk if you don't know the story.

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

none of that shit below stops the fact that this record and the band need to be sent over to iraq and dropped off a bomber.

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

every moron has a voice now, thanks to the internet. this is real democracy. and thats why real democracy would never work,it would be a bunch of morons

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

hes a moron cause he doesnt like NFG?i wouldnt call him a moron, i would call you a moron for liking that shitty band...........YOU FUCKING MORON!

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

BSD you have a fucking comment for everything, and the sad part is, you just come on this site to bitch and whore your "holier than thou" attitude. Fuck off, cause you are the epitomy of the punknews.org moron. Kill yourself.

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

If one thing's clear...this record sure as hell won't make you any smarter, then again...if you bought this you weren't too bright to start huh?

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

this CD is good if you have tatoos on your bitch tits and "pogo".

BSD (May 21, 2004)

Being in a shitty hardcore band doesn't make up for also being in a shitty pop punk band.

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

"Chad's picture in the album insert is great. X's on hands,and Earth Crisis and Shai Halud records below him."

shut up...dont get into hardcore after hearing that intro song....please.

LETS START TALKING ABOUT EARTH CRISIS instead of this bickering!!!
-drop Freya and kick EC back up...does anyone agree?

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

"Anyone who uses words like "u", "cuz", "ppl", and "yer" in writing needs to be shot. Just because it's the internet doesn't mean that you don't have to use grammar or spelling rules."

thank you! it pains me to read some of these comments. also, how do people get to adulthood without knowing the difference between "your" and "you're" and "their" and "there"?

theTruman (May 21, 2004)

"Uhh, yeah, Dennis Jagard called; he wants his fucking voice back...."
ZING!!!

Anyway, Chad can write some good shnit. Someday, you youngsters will grow up and not beat on a band because of what they're classified,and judge them on musical talent. Darn whippersnappers. I would never lump NFG in with crap like Good Charlotte and Simple plan,considering punk rock isn't really a sound,it's a mindset,and those other bands' mindsets are $$$ and striking the pose.

Chad's picture in the album insert is great. X's on hands,and Earth Crisis and Shai Halud records below him.

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

wow, thr3space....please die...

your comments are genuinly unfunny.

th3space (May 21, 2004)

Has anyone noticed an abundance of name-calling and trash-talking on this review? No? Well, if you have, and you've had your feelings hurt by some of it...just remember this little saying:

"Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me."

bwaaaaahahahahaha. RAL PUNX 4 LFIE (album score is 1 because I haven't heard it yet, and I'm not about to start stealing music from my little sister, either.)

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

holy crap, what just happened to the site?!

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

I find it hard to believe that NFG can make a good CD after sticks n' stones...."

I think this one is better than sticks and stones

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

I skate and listen to new found glory. This is skatepunk.

Anonymous (May 21, 2004)

"you like it or you don't, it's as simple as that. I think it's decent"

My IQ just flatlined

Rocks03 (May 20, 2004)

I find it hard to believe that NFG can make a good CD after sticks n' stones....

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

I remember when these guys used to play with Toxic Narcotic and RAMBO in squats all over the East Coast.

-BSD

boba_fett (May 20, 2004)

"boba fett, i did the 'up the punx!!' thing already, scroll down. OWNED. i love this cd. for real!"

shit. i got beat down.

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

I can't believe people take this kind of garbage as legit.

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

i can't get over how bad of a voice the lead singer has. it would be tragic if they had an original sound, but this album forges down the same old formula. How could you like this if you weren't a 13 year old girl. gawd.

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

So I guess all the skateboarders love NFG...

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

Good point to the people below. Just cuz u skateboard, doesnt mean u listen to skate-punk..and if u dont skate, ur also allowed to listen to skate punk. WHo the hell ever said that skate-punk=u have to skateboard to listen. Thanks guys

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

i skate and listen to pulley

slippy (May 20, 2004)

"Oh, and Pulley and Ten Foot Pole easily can be described as pop-punk. And don't give me this "skate-punk" shit. Talk to real skateboarders and as them what they listen to. I guarantee it's not Pulley and Ten Foot Pole."

It's funny because I've never heard anyone say "skate punk is music that only skateboarders listen to".

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

boba fett, i did the 'up the punx!!' thing already, scroll down. OWNED. i love this cd. for real!

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

What is this review doing up here??? These guys arent punk. They are an alternative band. I guess we should start posting reviews from Soundgarden...

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

"Looking like Quentin Tarantino is not how you should get ahead in life, mr. Pop-punk Singer Man."

Worst comment ever, makes no sense at all. And I really enjoy when people try to correct other people's grammar and spelling and make numerous mistakes.

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

if nothing else, this review has produced some of the funniest comments i've ever read. props to the kid who made the "Epitaph will be drooling over this" commente way way down there.

oh, and this:

this makes sense. unfortunately, this is punknews.org and we dont like people who make sense.

oh man. funny shit.

boba_fett (May 20, 2004)

wrong score, right score

boba_fett (May 20, 2004)

"but thereā??s no denying that the guy can sing"

yes there is.

and i'm surprised nobody has said this yet so i'll get it over with...

UP THE PUNX!!1

aubin (May 20, 2004)

One comment for all the people who love to say "Well, at least they're good musicians!"

To this I say, so what? You know, the guys in Dream Theater are pretty incredible musicians but their songs suck. I don't care if the band is made up of virtuoso musicians or whether they can barely play their instruments. If they can't write a good song, who cares?

I'm not talking about this record specifically, just a general comment.

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

Until they find a new singer, or until the current dude's balls drop, I can't listen to these guys. And I'm being kind, because they're certainly nothing special in any other department.

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

i will say they are good musicians but if you took a backstreet boys beat and had the NFG singer sing for it, we would have the next boy band

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

Coming from a 23-year-old who has seen this band since they toured with LTJ 4 years ago... (so you know where I'm coming from): This cd starts off pretty decent, then track #5 (I Don't Wanna Know) sucks the life out of everything. The rest of the cd is completely mediocre with the exception of 1 or 2 songs (tracks 7 and 11). If your favorite NFG cd to date is Sticks & Stones, you may like this. If not, I'd recommend spending your money on something else... like the new Piebald album for example.

And for the love of Anarchy, keep the scene real!! Enough of this bickering about these mainstream "punk" bands. If you don't like them, stop talking about them, and they will eventually go away. Mainstream music fans will soon lose interest in "pop-punk" and the trend will switch back to hard rock like it always does. As long as you keep listening to what you want and don't let the MAN control your music tastes, the scene will live on.

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

wussemo,

Get your ears flushed out and then go to hell.

WussEmoRock2 (May 20, 2004)

I love these guys SO much..one of the greatest bands ever..RAL PUNX!!

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

man they sucked on sharon osborne and kimmell

Anonymous (May 20, 2004)

" you want to listen to a catchy band with talent try the RX Bandits or Saves The Day"

whatever happened to that split 7 inch that NFG was supposed to do with the rx bandits?

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

this is a shitty record even by shitty record standards

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

Uh oh. The high school drop-outs are starting to get pissed!

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

Coming from me, a kid who likes hardcore and pop punk i love this album as well as anything NFG has put out....i simply love it.

ud think id love the "Intro" song (and i do) but the lyrics in the song bother me, if you listen to the lyrics being sung...its everything they are. its kind of upsetting. so what is ur friends with Madball, write what ur good at.

NFG are good musicians, i hate Something Corporate but i give them credit because they are talented...all you people are fucking faggots for sticking to your label and going with whatever the label says to go with. just admit they are good musicians

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"
"I liked their covers of movie themes cd...the lead singer can't right lyrics for shit, chad should just sing and the band would be 50 times better, I just can't get over how much the lead singer sucks, but I wanna see if some of those first few tracks really are Kid Dynamite-esque...
"

It's me again, and the intro is fucking awesome...if the rest of the cd is like that...I may just have to buy this...
"

That was me, quite hilarious... it was early in the morning... I guess since what I said was write(ahahah fuck you all), you guys had to criticize the spelling.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"Also, working hard just makes you a tool for captialism, free markets, and the "invisible hand" (an economics term, look it up). So fuck that shit."

hahah.. go listen to your anti-flag, tool

you're just mad because you weren't popular in middle school.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

To JESSE:

WHERE exactly did i say that skate-punk is Ten Foot Pole and Pulley? Yer an idiot. And who disses someone for using short form? "whoever uses "u" and "ppl" and "yer" should be shit. HAHAH, Forgive me that i type fast and get to the point since i am not being marked on my godamn SPELLING. Try and focus on the REVIEW, not my friggin spelling! FUCk, get a godamn life.....lotsa ppl (YES ppl, NOT people u loser) who read my review thought it made total sense.....ur just pissed cuz i made sense and u never seem to have a good point,,,sorry fella

Jesse (May 19, 2004)

Goddamn spelling errors. This score is for not proof-reading.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

I don't not like this band because they are on MTV. I don't like them because the singer doesn't know how to sing and his face is kinda scary when he tries to sing. If you want to listen to a catchy band with talent try the RX Bandits or Saves The Day.

inagreendase (May 19, 2004)

Ah, disregard that second part of the comment. I understand now.

inagreendase (May 19, 2004)

The thing is, what you said probably has some sort of relevancy to it. Instead, you came off as an ibecile.

*imbecile

the only song with substance is the one with reggie playin keyboards,and the one that was already released on rock against bush

No, the Rock Against Bush contribution is "No News is Good News." The song with keyboards is "Failure's Not Flattering."

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

The song I don't wanna know is one of the most funniest songs i've heard in sometime. If nickelodeon ever made an album about puberty, this would be the lead track.

Oh, the cover art is so fucking bad and not in a good way.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

no fuck yo couch you rich mother fucker...

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

Actually Jordan ( lead singer) doesn't pen the lyrics, steve and chad do...

First half of this cd is good, second is pretty medicore

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"...the lead singer can't right lyrics for shit"...

....Should I even say anything?

I'll say it for you. It's WRITE you fuckin' idiot!!
----------------------------------
oh man, that just made me laugh so hard

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

Haha a magazine in England said parts of this album were "metal". I had to laugh. NFG had their day in the sun, now it's time for them to go away, especially that fat guy who constantly gurns

SOYBOMB (May 19, 2004)

Well, at least many of you can take solace in knowing that you'll never be as rich or as happy as the guys in New Found Glory.

This album is mediocre at best.

Peace,
-SOYBOMB-

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

hey fuck new found glory save your money and go buy the new taking back sunday! im rich bitch!

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

So, ppl.....when u see REVIEW: NEW FOUND GLORY, CATALYST, dont come in and start bitching about how NFG is terrible cuz theyre not really punk. Go into it thinking, ok i listened to this album KNOWING it was gonna be pop-punk, and now i am gonna review it on that basis. I mean, if u still think it sucks, so be it...but just remember that for next time. And think about it this way: clearly, if u were a huge pop-punk fan, u woudnt go into a Sick Of It All or Social Distortion album review and complain how they need to be pop-punk. NOW does it make more sense?"

this makes sense. unfortunately, this is punknews.org and we dont like people who make sense.

NFG is not the PUNX!!! Decendents own!! new social d wooo!!!! i hate gc!!! up the punx!!! cursive is soo cool!!! i've got straight edge!!! soundystem gonna bring me back up!!! it must be pretty appealing !!! This is the anthem throw all your hands up!! nazi punks fuck off!! east coast fuck you!!! linoleuuuuummm!! i don't want to be a causualty of society and break down!! i'm a dick..i'm a dickted to you!!! spanish bombs in andalucia!! gabba gabba hey!! hey you motherfuckers i only drink bud!! sos we need help!! its all downhill from here!!

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

I have only heard the first half but i thought it was very strong, then again, i'm a big nfg fan. i think all their albums kick ass. they arent cheesy and are good musicians, better than alot of 'punk' bands. yea they are radiofriendly but so what. i'm done w/ labels. i think its good music. fuck yo couch!

Jesse (May 19, 2004)

Anyone who uses words like "u", "cuz", "ppl", and "yer" in writing needs to be shot. Just because it's the internet doesn't mean that you don't have to use grammar or spelling rules.

The thing is, what you said probably has some sort of relevancy to it. Instead, you came off as an ibecile.

Oh, and Pulley and Ten Foot Pole easily can be described as pop-punk. And don't give me this "skate-punk" shit. Talk to real skateboarders and as them what they listen to. I guarantee it's not Pulley and Ten Foot Pole.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

ATTENTION REVIEWERS:

Fuck i have been wanting to say this for a LONG time now. When u are reviewing an album, you are not asked to review if u like the kind of music or not, nor your opinion on the genre of the music you're reviewing, or to compare it to every other kind of music out there that yer a fan of. A review is supposed to be meant for reviewing the album for WHAT IT IS...not what it isnt.

Ok, so for example, me myself am not a huge pop-punk fan at all. My favorites include Rise Against, Strike Anywhere, Ten Foot Pole, The Lawrence ARms, Descendents, Big D and The Kids Table, Bad Religion, NOFX, One Man Army, Propagandhi, Pulley, ETC. But when i review an album, i am reviewing it for what it is, and i base my review on what kind of music they are and how well they can pull it off in that particular genre of music. i dont COMPARE the band to bands that i am fans of like Propagandhi and Thrice and whine how they need to be less pop-punk, and more like these bands. Whats the point in that?

If all music sounded the same, the type that u enjoy, then where woud be the fun in that? i mean, who would really want New Found Glory to do a 180 and put out a screamo (if yer a fan of screamo), ska (if yer a fan of ska) , skate punk (if a fan) album, JUST to MATCH the type of music u in particular like.

So, ppl.....when u see REVIEW: NEW FOUND GLORY, CATALYST, dont come in and start bitching about how NFG is terrible cuz theyre not really punk. Go into it thinking, ok i listened to this album KNOWING it was gonna be pop-punk, and now i am gonna review it on that basis. I mean, if u still think it sucks, so be it...but just remember that for next time. And think about it this way: clearly, if u were a huge pop-punk fan, u woudnt go into a Sick Of It All or Social Distortion album review and complain how they need to be pop-punk. NOW does it make more sense?

CactusSac (May 19, 2004)

Lol

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

Saying that 15 year-olds like this is quite unfair...I HATE this crap. Nasal pop-punk is not my preferred choice of listening.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"A catalyst is used to speed up a chemical reaction. - What does that have to do with girls?"

drugs.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"Listening to NFG is sad even if you are in 8th
grade. In 8th grade i was listeing to
Social D,Swingin'Utters,AFI,Mad Sin,Rancid(fuck that was a loing time ago 1998 i think) i feel old now
-PsychoOS231"

wow buddy congratulations you're pretty punk rock and i'm 16 and respect them...why? i like them, but i'm not an immature whiney person that calls bands shit or "sad" even though they work harder than you'll probably ever work. you think its easy getting as far as they did? just becasue they hit mtv doesn't mean they aren't a hard working group of people. so quit bitching about it and show some god damn respect.

Alright kid NFG may do it for you, I'm 19 and not into them, and i doubt they'll work harder then i will in my life, grow up kid.That other guy had it right with fuck new found glory fuck new found glory.You know why he said that,its cause they suck!
-psychoOS231

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

Worst. Album. Cover. Ever.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

Teenage hormones?

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

I haven't heard this but since it's New Found Glory I expect it sucks.

All I have to say is what a shit album name.
A catalyst is used to speed up a chemical reaction. - What does that have to do with girls?

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"...the lead singer can't right lyrics for shit"

Should I even say anything

I'll say it for you. It's WRITE you fuckin' idiot!!

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

I'm buying the new Guttermouth album instead.

*Orlando Bloom*

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"...the lead singer can't right lyrics for shit"

Should I even say anything

Eddie (May 19, 2004)

say what you will about this band...but that album cover is great.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

Reading comments bashing NFG put those lyrics in my head:

"Mr. Punk, Sad and hating everyone"

I can understand people not liking this sugar-pop-punk but it's sad to see so many people wastin time to trash a band they don't like.

By the way I think this album is better than "Sticks and stones" but it's not as catchy as "nothing gold..." and not as funny as "From your screen..."

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

The vocals on this are horrible. This guy cannot sing. Boo!

henrikmain (May 19, 2004)

Hi. Thanks for the positive comments. To the guy below me; don't expect a CD that is similar to Kid Dynamite at all. It's only the first track that reminded me of said band. The others are not of Kid Dynamite caliber at all. But hey, I stand for what I said; I still think it's a decent release, no matter if they sold out or not.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

hopefully someone will say nothing gold can stay...

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

would anybody compare this to any of their previous albums?? and if so which one??

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

I bought this yesterday. Better than I expected.

Truth Of My Youth is a great song.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"I liked their covers of movie themes cd...the lead singer can't right lyrics for shit, chad should just sing and the band would be 50 times better, I just can't get over how much the lead singer sucks, but I wanna see if some of those first few tracks really are Kid Dynamite-esque...
"

It's me again, and the intro is fucking awesome...if the rest of the cd is like that...I may just have to buy this...

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"[NFG] are one of the originals of this Pop-punk movement and I have to respect them for that..."

man, ever hear of the Descendents? Jawbreaker? hell, the fucking Buzzcocks?"

I think what that person was trying to say was that they were one of the originals of the second pop-punk explosion (first wave 1994, second 1998 with Blink etc) Descendants, Jawbreaker were poppy punk, but they were never 'pop' - my granddad knows who green day or blink 182 are, but doesn't have a scooby doo about Milo and co.

p.s. This cd is pretty good (not great), but i won't say anything else as I got torn apart for my Lostprophets review :-( I'm going to listen to fugazi and masturbate furiously....

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

I liked their covers of movie themes cd...the lead singer can't right lyrics for shit, chad should just sing and the band would be 50 times better, I just can't get over how much the lead singer sucks, but I wanna see if some of those first few tracks really are Kid Dynamite-esque...

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

i can't believe i spent time reading this comments. i can't believe i'm writing a comment. some people contributing to this thread are really dumb. but, on the other hand, they are really funny at times. please keep up thinking you're oh-so-punk and oh-so-smart, you bunch of know-it-alls. it's sweet, somehow... : )

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

I liked the 2 previous albums. They weren't at all intelligent or impressive musically, but they were catchy and I could relate to them on some juvenile level. Now the songs aren't even catchy.

Billy Corgan and Jordan Pundik need to have a contest to determine who is the most nasal singer of all time.

i-type-poorly (May 19, 2004)

just downloaded. boring album

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

the new NFG borrows a lot from what's hot right now (hardcore, etc) and mixes it with their own style. some parts work and others don't. but i think this album is better than the last 2 they put out.

Ramo

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

HA HA HA...some kid down there said this is the best album of the year, better than Deja Entendu. Last time I checked, that came out in 2003. Loser.

deadcell (May 19, 2004)

Uhh, yeah, Dennis Jagard called; he wants his fucking voice back....

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

one of the best opening tracks I've heard in a really long time.

It really kicks are ass and you think to yourself "damn! off to a good start".

Theres just something about being impressed by a record within it's first 5 seconds.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

That singer dude should seriously invest in some nasal spray.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

this is my real score for having reggie on the album

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

kid dynamite was the greatest band that ever played...blasphemy

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

seriously i'm a nfg fan,but i feel really old listening to this,i'm not digging the soaring choruses,this is really cheesy,theres something wrong when the intro of the album has to remind you they not the same as all the other bands,watch they're gonna have the same problem as blink like when they're 29 years old they'll still be tackling 16 year old issues,the only song with substance is the one with reggie playin keyboards,and the one that was already released on rock against bush

some1 (May 19, 2004)

ARGH.
even when I was 15, I thought this stuff sucked.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

My real score for this album is a "1" and I meant to say that New Found Glory is only interested in expanding their bank accounts in the first big paragraph.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"wow buddy congratulations you're pretty punk rock and i'm 16 and respect them...why? i like them, but i'm not an immature whiney person that calls bands shit or "sad" even though they work harder than you'll probably ever work. you think its easy getting as far as they did? just becasue they hit mtv doesn't mean they aren't a hard working group of people. so quit bitching about it and show some god damn respect."

Just because a band works harder than other people doesn't mean they deserve respect.

If they work hard to make bland musical crap that doesn't contribute positively to the world but rather feeds stupid hot topic sterotypes of what "punk" is, and only their bank accounts, needs their heads shoved out of their asses and given a James Brown album.

You also posted the most immature thing I have ever read on this site, and that is saying a lot.

You, my friend, need to go to the mall, buy Fugazi's "Repeater," listen to it, realize the brilliance of it, understand what the album is about, feel bad about buying it at the mall, throw away all your new found glory albums, and then kill yourself so MTV has one less victim to brainwash.

...or you know, buy James Brown's live album "Sex Machine."

Also, working hard just makes you a tool for captialism, free markets, and the "invisible hand" (an economics term, look it up). So fuck that shit.

Anonymous (May 19, 2004)

"wow buddy congratulations you're pretty punk rock and i'm 16 and respect them...why? i like them, but i'm not an immature whiney person that calls bands shit or "sad" even though they work harder than you'll probably ever work."

i work harder than they do. fact. I own my own business, I am working on two degrees, help out with local activism, publish a zine, etc.,etc.

being in a major label band is not work. its an unfortunate excursion of profitable energy. I do firsthand know what it takes bands to get that far. I've seen the process on a friend of mines band. It takes bullshit, compromise, and an absurd amount of using your life toward no substantial benefit but a disc of disposable tunes that evoke ideas that are absent in your actions.

they have nice houses, nice cars, take vacations, eat out alot, they're beyond having any discernible value as people besides 'were set'.

wyzo

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

these guys aren;t that bad, and they put out a good CD, give them a break. Besides, the cover art is the shiz-nits.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

you guys are all just jealous

-nfgrawker

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

The street team must be out. This does not deserve 4 or 5 stars.

Sara(no h)

RsOmBiItNh (May 18, 2004)

"Probably the best thing to come out this year beside the new Piebald. Great stuff from an emerging force in punk rock. You can definately see the Ramones and Clash influence. This is a band Epitaph and Fat would drool over."

JESUS.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

Omg fucking guns and roses is on geffen and appetite is pretty good maybe this is good too blah punk woo shit whatevs kid dont worry baby ill pull out

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

well, good charlotte are still blowhards. at least i can fall back on that. :-P

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

"Did anyone else pick up on this headline from ap.net?

Best Record of the Year:
Good Charlotte 's album will be called The Chronicles of Life and Death.

jesus h. christ. what a bunch of blowhards.

oh yeah, and this record sucks. man, i've never seen a band digress so much as new found glory. album to album, i defy someone to find a band that has gotten progressively suckier with every step."

that was a sarcastic comment, blowhard ;)

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

"Listening to NFG is sad even if you are in 8th
grade. In 8th grade i was listeing to
Social D,Swingin'Utters,AFI,Mad Sin,Rancid(fuck that was a loing time ago 1998 i think) i feel old now
-PsychoOS231"

wow buddy congratulations you're pretty punk rock and i'm 16 and respect them...why? i like them, but i'm not an immature whiney person that calls bands shit or "sad" even though they work harder than you'll probably ever work. you think its easy getting as far as they did? just becasue they hit mtv doesn't mean they aren't a hard working group of people. so quit bitching about it and show some god damn respect.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

"[NFG] are one of the originals of this Pop-punk movement and I have to respect them for that..."

man, ever hear of the Descendents? Jawbreaker? hell, the fucking Buzzcocks?

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

Did anyone else pick up on this headline from ap.net?

Best Record of the Year:
Good Charlotte 's album will be called The Chronicles of Life and Death.

jesus h. christ. what a bunch of blowhards.

oh yeah, and this record sucks. man, i've never seen a band digress so much as new found glory. album to album, i defy someone to find a band that has gotten progressively suckier with every step.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

Does everyone have to bitch about every.... its NFG they have been around while most of you guys were listening to the Backstreet boys ... This cd is very good (not sure album of the year) but good .... they are one of the originals of this Pop-punk movement and I have to respect them for that... go where your black t-shirts now cause when the next phase comes your not going to be at this site. Punknews boards = bitches,posers, and pussys parade!!

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

my little sister like them so to prove I'm so punk I gotta hate them.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

"album of the year. beats the hell out of the unoriginal "deja entendu".

you have got to be fucking kidding me."

add me to that list. There was a few months when they seemed to open every show in iowa city if they could manage it. Read that: Open. Nobody gave a shit then, and nobody wanted them blocking the headliner.

That is the legacy of the last 5 years in contemporary underground music, uplifting opening bands into stardom to the point the menu gets called the meal. Bad opening bands standing on the shoulders of the bands that headlined. Finely controlled press is a powerful thing.

wyzo

loserage (May 18, 2004)

I've disliked NFG ever since I heard "Hit or Miss"...I want that song permanently removed from my mind!!! I caught the video for the single on TV and thought it was interesting though...and that led to me "previewing" the album online...then listening to it a few more times...and now, I actually might just purchase it. It's catchy and like somebody said before, at least it's not screamo.

SOYBOMB (May 18, 2004)

They're definitely trying to come off with a harder edge than their last effort, but it's still mediocre in comparison to most stuff out there and by that I mean music as a whole, not just "punk" that appeals to the overtly jaded.

Peace,
-SOYBOMB-

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

album of the year. beats the hell out of the unoriginal "deja entendu".

you have got to be fucking kidding me.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

That cover art is just plaim god-awful!

-bemused-

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

This cd is great! The best song on it is "Failures Not Flattering". The only thing NFG needs to do is to get out off of the MTV network early like when they put "My Friends Over You", they didn't have them on so much. Cool To see James Dweebs on this CD!!

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

"Listening to NFG is sad even if you are in 8th
grade. In 8th grade i was listeing to
Social D,Swingin'Utters,AFI,Mad Sin,Rancid(fuck that was a loing time ago 1998 i think) i feel old now"
-PsychoOS231

DUDE! YOU'RE PUNK AS FUCK! soooooo punk

WTF? Whatever yo, Mad Sin arent punk, i was just saying that in 8th grade i listened to those bands and i still listen to those bands today it was In regards to the kid who said he listened to NFG in junior high
-PsychoOS231

opivykid (May 18, 2004)

Please, no more of this. I used to love "Nothing Gold Can Stay" (and still think it's a decent cd), but fuck this shit...

Crankwilldestroy (May 18, 2004)

( By the way, I know you only compared the intro to KD, but you get my point.)

Crankwilldestroy (May 18, 2004)

Never compare this crap to Kid Dynamite.

Man I've heard the single over and over and the guy's voice makes me cringe.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

I love hearing from all the closed minded people on these boards...you people crack me up.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

"Probably the best thing to come out this year beside the new Piebald. Great stuff from an emerging force in punk rock. You can definately see the Ramones and Clash influence. This is a band Epitaph and Fat would drool over."

hilarious.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

"Listening to NFG is sad even if you are in 8th
grade. In 8th grade i was listeing to
Social D,Swingin'Utters,AFI,Mad Sin,Rancid(fuck that was a loing time ago 1998 i think) i feel old now"
-PsychoOS231

DUDE! YOU'RE PUNK AS FUCK! soooooo punk

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

Probably the best thing to come out this year beside the new Piebald. Great stuff from an emerging force in punk rock. You can definately see the Ramones and Clash influence. This is a band Epitaph and Fat would drool over.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

To the moron below - you mistyped the web address - you should have entered "mtv.com." New Found Glory isn't punk, it isn't underground and it isn't any good.

hwsurfdncr (May 18, 2004)

This cd rocks, and for all of you trying to think of all the ways that nfg has sold out, don't waste your time. What happened to listening to music because you like it, not because of how much they're on the radio or tv. Yeah, I agree, it's nice to be able to listen to a band that nobody's heard of, but you didn't think florida would be able to keep them a secret forever? I'm from nfg's hometown and I remember when they were just a crappy local band that opened up for other okay bands, now look where they are. Just forget your egos, and actually give this album a chance, it's definitely worth a listen or two. Besides it's better than hearing that "yeah" song for the hundreth time while driving.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

so in listening to the first track of this i thought i was listening to some old school non sucking punk shit

jamespastepunk (May 18, 2004)

I'm picking this up over the weekend.

RsOmBiItNh (May 18, 2004)

I have always just LIKED New Found Glory...ok songs, ok albums, catchy songs here and there, nothing ground-breaking but an alright band and alright sound for pop punk.

This album is the same....some songs are terrible and over-donei might add however, but some are pretty descent for being in the genre of pop-punk. They're doing what they do, and they do it pretty good. SOngs like "Truth of Mouth" and "Failure's Not Flattering" are pretty good, but i have to say that i absolutely LOVE the intro. Its the shortest song on the ambum, haha, but the BEST ONE....when i first put it in the cd player i was stoked to think they had written a buncha in-your-face fast songs for this album, but then "All Downhill From Here" was next, which i kinda think is one of the most annpying tracks on the album.

But, all in all, this album is pretty good, nothing amazing, but i didnt expect a lot, so i wasnt dissapointed. I also definitely think u need to NOT get annoyed by Jordan's voice to really get into these guys.

ThomasSway (May 18, 2004)

"itā??s good entertainment when youā??re in the mood for it. "

I wasn't aware such a mood existed...

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

Well written review.

Catalyst is straight pop-punk, you like it or you don't, it's as simple as that. I think it's decent.
S/T was probably the record I enjoyed the most, simply because the production on Nothing Gold... was shitty as fuck.
Anyhow, her milkshake is better than yours.

gutterhippo (May 18, 2004)

i wish someone would review the new Fall Out Boy DVD/EP. I need to know if it's worth the 12 bucks

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

hmm where have i heard that intro track before?

oh yeah.

TheMarc (May 18, 2004)

All right, I'll say it:

Some of this album freaking rocks. Give it a chance, willya Scott?!

Jesse (May 18, 2004)

Wow, so anyway, my girlfriend bought this CD and loves this band.

Sweet, sweet irony.

I've heard it too many times riding in her car. There's one song that's got gang vocals and tries to sound hard. I had to try not to laugh.

To eveyone who hates me for being a "hip scenester," don't worry, the world got its revenge by giving me a girlfriend that listens to bands like this.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

Looking like Quentin Tarantino is not how you should get ahead in life, mr. Pop-punk Singer Man. Sorry.

kirbypuckett (May 18, 2004)

This really isn't bad.

- Kirby

aubin (May 18, 2004)

Some of the bits I've heard weren't terrible. The ones where they slow it down and do the whole overblown string section and all are pretty weak, but when the tracks play at top speed, and Chad (I think) throws in some yells, it works relatively well.

That said, at least it's not screamo™.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

album of the year. beats the hell out of the unoriginal "deja entendu".

wow i really hope you're joking.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

Listening to NFG is sad even if you are in 8th
grade. In 8th grade i was listeing to
Social D,Swingin'Utters,AFI,Mad Sin,Rancid(fuck that was a loing time ago 1998 i think) i feel old now
-PsychoOS231

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

Why did this shit band ruin Cartoon Network, they had a segment on the channel I dont watch CN anymore cause it was overshadowed by this emo whining shit

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

i loved nothing gold can stay

s/t got sort of cheesy but I liked it for a week or two in 8th grade

sticks and stones was a huge let down and really inconsistent

this album has a few gems but I doubt it will get much time in my cd player.

good review though.

notfeelingcreative (May 18, 2004)

Woops, right comment wrong score.

notfeelingcreative (May 18, 2004)

I would take a root canal over this band.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

give them an award for horrible artwork.

ThreeChordsAndTheTruth (May 18, 2004)

omg nfg sold out k

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

album of the year. beats the hell out of the unoriginal "deja entendu".

maverick (May 18, 2004)

All I've heard off this disc is the single, and I think it's awful. While I've never been a fan of this group, at least I wouldn't change the station when their older singles came on. This one's just bad.

-Scott

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

i loved nothing gold can stay, i can admit that.

i tired of, but still enjoyed, self titled.

their last album, whatever it was (with the teenagers on the cover) was god awful.

this is no improvement. the first song is cool. then it uh... goes 'all downhill from there' for lack of a better phrase.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

you people make me fucking sick, New Found Glory is a great fucking band that makes killer music, to the guy below who says they dont have any fast songs, go listen better off dead yah moron, thats the only problem with this site is people trying to prove how punk rock they are

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

My 12 year old brother got this album and loves it, but I too will swallow my pride in that when I heard some of the songs he was listening to, I walked into his room to hear a little more. Yeah, this is a pretty good review. I was talking to my friend about it and I said "I would probably give it a 7 out of 10, but I'm sure everyone on punknews is trashing it." I wish I could be cool and think it was awful shit, but this album is pretty decent.
Now, it's not awesome, I won't be listening to this much longer than a week from now, but some of those hooks get stuck in your head.

-benz

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

I was fucking offended by that review.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

The very act of listening to this album for the purposes of review is enough to label someone an utter tool.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

It sounds like their other material: awful.

Seriously, can't they write at least one fast song

inagreendase (May 18, 2004)

Although Jordan's voice might be the worst it's ever been and placed under way too much attempted "studio magic," I have to agree with most of the review.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

I also thought this release was quite decent. I'm not a fan of NFG either.

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

so lame so lame so lame so lame

Anonymous (May 18, 2004)

NFG fucking sucks!

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