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  • Audio CD (17 Jun. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Universal / Island
  • ASIN: B000068PU3
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
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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

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This album is better than there last self titled album New Found Glory which i think was worth 5 stars as well.
All the songs are very good and stand out as classy lyrics.
Plus this UK special edition has 3 extra songs compared to the american version so thats a bonus.
Well worth the money, what are you waiting for go buy it.
My fav tracks where 1 and 2 which where Understatement and My Friends Over You.
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At last they are coming back with a fantastic follow up. I love new found glory.
01. Understatement - Heavier than most other NFG stuff but its definitely still punk. Great chorus.
02. My Friends Over You - You've all heard it, you all love it this is the only song i think on the album that sounds like old nfg stuff.
03. Sonny - One of the best on the album, its quite sad, the guitar riff rules.
04. Something I Call Personality - The BEST on the album i must say. Great title great song. It a bit like better off dead on the old album. Very catchy chorus
05. Head on collision Cool lead guitar by Chad, again heavier than other nfg stuff, another Killer on the album, i could imagine blink doing this one.
06. It's been a summer - really heavy guitar riff. Its all in the title its a great song. Typical NFG, its brilliant. A lot like my friends over you.
07. Forget my name - it doesn't sound like Jordan singing at the start, im not sure. Second best on the album, really bouncy a bit sad aswell.
08. Never give up - Cyrus is a brilliant drummer and it is displayed well here. The bass stands out too, another catchy chorus.
09. The great Houdini - I LOVE this one its probably another best one joint with number 04. I hope they release this one after my friends over you. Check this one out.
10. Singled out - sounds like a pop song at the start. Then goes heavier. Its one of the fastest on the album, most of the songs on this album are about girls leaving them and heres another.
11. Bleated - Alot like 'boy crazy' and 'black and blue' off the older album. This one doesn't really stand out though.
This is a brilliant album 'Something i call personality' and 'the great Houdini' are the best. BUY IT!! Check out bands called 'Mest' And 'Good Charlotte' too.
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Ok this album is way much better than their last and I personally thought their last one was excellent too. The problem with the last one was that all of the songs were very similar which mean't the album got boring fairly quickly and it was quite short. This album is very long and the songs are very different. They also have a hint of heavier punk style this time around along with some emo style songs. If you are a punk fan this has to be in your collection it even features Mark From Blink 182 playing bass on one of the songs. Where as most albums start great and get worse you'll listen to the first song on this album be impressed and then the album will continue to get better and better. 5 Stars!! NFG have proved me wrong and made their latest album their best. Just buy it ok!
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At last they are coming back with a fantastic follow up. I love new found glory.
01. Undertatement - Heavier than most other NFG stuff but its definitly still punk. Great chorus.
02. My Friends Over You - You've all heard it, you all love it this is the only song i think on the album that soundsl like old nfg stuff.
03. Sonny - One of the best on the album, its quite sad, the guitar riff rules.
04. Something I Call Personality - The BEST on the album i must say. Great title great song. It a bit like better off dead on the old album. Very catchy chorus
05. Head on collision Cool lead guitar by Chad, again heavier than other nfg stuff, another Killer on the album, i could imagine blink doing this one.
06. Its been a summer - really heavy guitar riff. Its all in the title its a great song. typical nfg, its brilliant. Alot like my friends over you.
07. Forget my name - it dosnt sound like jordan singing at the start, im not sure. second best on the album, really bouncy a bit sad aswell.
08. Never give up - Cyrus is a brilliant drumemr and it is displayed well here. The bass stands out too, another cathcy chorus.
09. The great houdini - I LOVE this one its probably another best one joint with number 04. I hope they release this one after my friends over you. check this one out.
10. Singled out - sounds like a pop song at the start. then goes heavier. its one of the fastest on the album, most of the songs on this album are about girls leaving them and heres another.
11. Bleated - Alot like 'boy crazy' and 'black and blue' off the older album. This one dosnt really stand out though.
This is a brilliant album 'Something i call personality' and 'the great houdini' are the best. BUY IT!! u vould expect no less from NFG
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New Found Glory's new album Sticks & Stones may not exactly break any new barriers or give us something new and fresh to listen to but they've simply stuck to what they do best. Putting out great fun emo punk pop tunes which this album is full of. It basically just carries on where their last self titled album left off.
Most songs have the same basis with Jordan's whiny sort of vocal and a catchy infectious tune to it. Understatement starts the cd off the way the whole cd carries on. In amongst the songs there are some great songs in there including My Friends Over You, Forget My Name, Head On Collision and Sonny which is probably the best of them all. Never Give Up is a little disappointing compared with the other songs and some people may criticise that all the songs sound the same but it's what New Found Glory do best and they don't really take themselves too seriously and are just out to have fun and this is reflected in their music which is great sunny driving music. While they may be a bit similar to Blink 182 (whose Mark Hoppus appears on Something I Call Personality) they don't swear and you have to credit them for making this stlye of music without need obscene words.
Overall it's just a good fun guitar driven album that fans of New Found Glory will love and just guitar pop fans as well. Give it a try. It's fun
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