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#TBT 2006: New Found Glory Talk 'Coming Home' Album and Love for Shania Twain

The punk rock band reveal the inspiration behind their fifth studio LP and what they listen to on their iPods

With their ninth studio album out this week, veteran band New Found Glory have clearly demonstrated their lasting impact on pop punk. Since debuting in 1999 with Nothing Gold Can Stay, the Florida natives have dropped eight LPs and are deemed by many as key pioneers of the genre.

Back in 2006, frontman Jordan Pundik discussed the inspiration behind the band's fifth album, Coming Home. "We wrote a record for our fans...It's just another New Found Glory record that they can sing along to at the shows," he told Fuse.

As for what the guys listen to on their own iPods, they unexpectedly shouted out names like T.I.Britney Spears and country music queen Shania Twain, whom they called "a freaking madball."

New Found Glory's ninth album, Makes Me Sick, drops April 28. Hear what the band had to say about the highly anticipated project below:

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