Music Reviews

A New Found Glory

From the Screen to Your Stereo

Drive Thru

Sometimes you can tell when a band really wants to pull girls from playing rock n’ roll. I’m not making any judgements of this band in particular. There are a lot of pictures in there and references to certain band members being “single.” Come on. Let’s get the rock on, fer chrissakes. Do they want to be the next Blink 182? Hell yeah. They are trying so hard. This album shows them performing some of my favorite songs from movies, and I’m OK with that. They perform them admirably, and it wasn’t a waste of my time listening to them. Songs from The Goonies, That Thing You Do, Titanic, The Karate Kid, and more.

Drive-Thru Records, P.O. Box 55234, Sherman Oaks, CA 91413; http://www.DriveThruRecords.com


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