New Found Glory is the eponymous second studio album and major-label debut by the American pop punk band of the same name. It was produced and mixed by Neal Avron and released on September 26, 2000 through Drive-Thru and MCA Records. Featuring their breakthrough single "Hit or Miss", the album was later certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) with shipments of 500,000 units.
Redirected from Caught in the Act (New Found Glory song)). Radiosurgery is the seventh studio album by American rock band New Found Glory. It was first released on September 30, 2011 in Australia, before its wider release on October 4 through independent label Epitaph Records. It is the band's final studio album to feature founding guitarist Steve Klein.
Resurrection is the eighth studio album by American pop punk band New Found Glory. Released on October 7, 2014, it is the band's first album recorded as a four-piece since the departure of founding guitarist-lyricist Steve Klein in late 2013. The album also marks their debut release with independent label Hopeless Records, having concluded their previous recording contract with Epitaph Records.
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New Found Glory Lyrics. I'm broken down I'm a nervous wreck My heart is beating out of my chest And nothing feels familiar at all to me, Yeah, to me My head is like a traffic jam I can't stop crashing into bed But then again I find it hard to breathe, Yeah, to breathe. I can't get your face out of my head It makes my brain hurt I can't get your face out of my head It makes my brain hurt I need radiosurgery, radiosurgery
Band Name New Found Glory. Album Name Radiosurgery (CD). Дата релиза 04 Октябрь 2011. Лейблы Epitaph Records. 2. Anthem for the Unwanted. 3. Drill It in My Brain.
Radiosurgery" is a song written by American rock band New Found Glory, serving as the lead single and title track for their seventh studio album Radiosurgery (2011). Sample of "Radiosurgery", the title track from the album, which contains guitar riffs compared to Green Day's earlier work. Problems playing this file? See media help.