This cd is definitely the best of New Found Glory, and is one of the top cds in my collection. I usually am more into harder punk like NOFX and Rancid, and ska like LTJ or Voodoo Glowskulls, but how can you not love this album. The lyrics are meaningful and easy to relate to (for a young 15 year old like me), and the lead singers voice is amazing and passionate. The guitar riffs are great and the drumming is insane at times. The new album is okay, maybe 3 and a half stars, but this one takes the cake. 1. Hit or Miss- An awesome track, the new version is a single, but this version is better, with more passion in Jordan's voice. 2. Never Snows in Florida- Amazing guitars in this song, really showcases the talent of the bassist and guitarist. 3. 3rd and Long- Easy relatable lyrics (my name isn't dissapointment, i only dissapoint myself), gets stuck in your head forever, which isn't neccesarily a bad thing. 4. You've Got a Friend in Pennsylvania- Good song, not the best, but good, and really emotional lyrics on Jordan's part. 5. The Blue Stare- One of the best tracks, great drumming, true punk. Should've been a radio single. 6. 2's and 3's- Pretty good, but kind of just blends in and is easily forgetable. 7. Tell-Tale Heart- Excellent lyrics, good guitars, fun to listen to. 8. Winter of 95- Amazing song, lyrics apply to me and situations I've been in in more ways than even I can understand. Can't help but sing along with this one. 9. Passing Time- By far the best song on this cd. In the song, Jordan basically tells about one part of my life exactly, and listening to this really helped me get through it. Fast, emotional punk rawk, it slows down, then climaxes with the "i'm never to far away..." 10. Never Sometimes- Starts slow, picks up, but probably the worst track. 11. The Goodbye Song- A good end to the cd, overall good track. The hidden stuff after it is pretty funny. So there's my lengthy, and probably boring review. If you like this cd, try bands like Midtown, The Ataris, The Juliana Theory, Saves the Day, and the Get-Up Kids.