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Radiosurgery

by New Found Glory

Radiosurgery by New Found Glory

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Radiosurgery

by New Found Glory

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Label: Epitaph
In recent years, pop-punk has crossed streams with screamo, electro, Disney-approved teen pop and a half-dozen other styles. But you'd never know this from listening to Radiosurgery, an exercise in genre purity that contains no hip-hop cameos, no Auto-Tune and no dance beats, just a lot of guitars and boisterous choruses. This could have been made back in 1994, around the time Green Day dropped some Dookie. Singer Jordan Pundik even sounds like a young Billie Joe on several tracks. For all you Best Coast fans, Bethany Cosentino makes an appearance on the track "Caught in the Act."

About This Album

In recent years, pop-punk has crossed streams with screamo, electro, Disney-approved teen pop and a half-dozen other styles. But you'd never know this from listening to Radiosurgery, an exercise in genre purity that contains no hip-hop cameos, no Auto-Tune and no dance beats, just a lot of guitars and boisterous choruses. This could have been made back in 1994, around the time Green Day dropped some Dookie. Singer Jordan Pundik even sounds like a young Billie Joe on several tracks. For all you Best Coast fans, Bethany Cosentino makes an appearance on the track "Caught in the Act."

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About This Album

In recent years, pop-punk has crossed streams with screamo, electro, Disney-approved teen pop and a half-dozen other styles. But you'd never know this from listening to Radiosurgery, an exercise in genre purity that contains no hip-hop cameos, no Auto-Tune and no dance beats, just a lot of guitars and boisterous choruses. This could have been made back in 1994, around the time Green Day dropped some Dookie. Singer Jordan Pundik even sounds like a young Billie Joe on several tracks. For all you Best Coast fans, Bethany Cosentino makes an appearance on the track "Caught in the Act."