A New Found Glory* ‎– From The Screen To Your Stereo

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25 - Orange (friends press)
100 - Red
450 - White
450 - Blue

Tracklist

That Thing You Do 1:58
Never Ending Story 2:18
I Don't Want To Miss A Thing 2:30
The Goonies "R" Good Enough 2:32
The Glory Of Love 3:19
(Everything I Do) I Do It For You 2:55
My Heart Will Go On 3:03

Versions (11)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
drive-thru #19, 088 112 245-2 A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(CD, EP) Drive-Thru Records, MCA Records drive-thru #19, 088 112 245-2 US 2000 Sell This Version
drive-thru #19-V A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(10", EP, Ltd, Blu) Drive-Thru Records drive-thru #19-V US 2000 Sell This Version
drive-thru #19-V A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(10", EP, Ltd, Ora) Drive-Thru Records drive-thru #19-V US 2000 Sell This Version
19-V A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(10", EP, Ltd, Whi) Drive-Thru Records 19-V US 2000 Sell This Version
DTR 19, 088 112 245-2 A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(10", Mar) Drive-Thru Records, MCA Records DTR 19, 088 112 245-2 US 2000 Sell This Version
DTR#19V New Found Glory From The Screen To Your Stereo(10", TP) Drive-Thru Records DTR#19V US 2000 Sell This Version
#19 A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(CD, EP) Drive-Thru Records #19 US 2000 Sell This Version
06076-83604-2 A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(CD, EP) Drive-Thru Records 06076-83604-2 US 2000 Sell This Version
EAT029CD, none A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(CD, EP) Eat Sleep Records, Drive-Thru Records EAT029CD, none UK 2000 Sell This Version
none A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(CDr, EP, Promo) Drive-Thru Records none US 2000 Sell This Version
none A New Found Glory* From The Screen To Your Stereo(7xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Drive-Thru Records none 2011

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EddieHimself

EddieHimself

July 14, 2019
referencing From The Screen To Your Stereo, CD, EP, EAT029CD, none

I get the idea. Make a pop-punk type album based on movie soundtrack songs. The problem is, it's just not very good. I mean I don't think the band's style suits these songs at all. What really got me was the last track on the album. I mean the whole point of the song, the reason it hits you right in the feels, is when Celine Dion hits those high notes on "WHEREVER YOU ARE!" But it's clearly beyond the NFG singer's range in the key that they're playing it in, so he just shifts it down at that very moment, completely obliterating the whole emotional impact of the song. I'm giving this album 2 stars because at least it was a somewhat imaginative concept.