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Sticks and Stones
, the third record from Florida emo-punkers New Found Glory, might wear its broken heart on its sleeve, but that doesn't mean it has to pretend to be mature. No, Blink 182
's first choice of support band have a firm grasp of the puerile: Sticks and Stones
churns out dumb punk thrills at such a breakneck pace, you'd swear they were going out of fashion. The chugging "It's Been A Summer" does Blink as well as Travis, Mark and Tom do themselves, while "Head On Collision" displays the group's tender emo side, frontman Jordan Pundik smarting at a vicious relationship spat. "It feels like I'm bruised and broken / From our head on collision", he sobs, as guitars crunch and blunder madly in the background. Thing is, although some of the tunes are spot on--particularly, the love-struck "My Friend's Over You" and the moshpit-friendly "Something I Call Personality"--there's little to radically distinguish New Found Glory from their peers. Frankly, if you're a diehard pop-punk fan you've probably got records like this--and better--in your collection already. --Louis Pattison