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Get Me Out - New Model Army - Great Expectations: The Singles Collection (CD)

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  1. In , a dance remix of "Vengeance' was released as a protest against the Criminal Justice Bill. After a lengthy absence the band reconvened for 's "Strange Brotherhood". New Model Army's short spell with Epic ended as quickly as it started with the band prefering to self publish and go back to their roots.
  2. New Model Army played their first gig in Bradford on October 23rd Its founding members were Justin Sullivan, Stuart Morrow and Phil Tompkins. followed by "Great Expectations" on Abstract Records that autumn, both played frequently on late night radio by John Peel. Suddenly the band had a "Following", people who would travel to every.
  3. New Model Army ‎– The Price which out-Orwells Orwell in its pessimism, and Great Expectations, an ode to failure that seemed to be aimed directly at me. This does have fond memories for me, I certainly played it regularly in the mid-eighties, and as the bad times seem to be with us again, it has a zeitgeisty feel about it.
  4. New Model Army has often been compared to the likes of WAR-era U2, The Alarm, and countless obscure UK Punk bands who lean towards political and religious subjects, yet they are in a class by themselves by securing the dubious honor of being one of the few Punk bands to actively incorporate the use of a violin or an acoustic guitar into their sound. if there was ever a 5/5(2).
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  6. Eight was released in and is the eighth studio album by British rock band, New Model Army. Following the departure of Robert Heaton, Michael Dean and Dean White were recruited into the band, who also co-produced Eight with Justin Sullivan.
  7. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; All of This: The "Live" Rarities: New Model Army: 3: 30th Anniversary Concerts: New Model Army: 1: Between Wine and Blood.
  8. New Model Army has often been compared to the likes of WAR-era U2, The Alarm, and countless obscure UK Punk bands who lean towards political and religious subjects, yet they are in a class by themselves by securing the dubious honor of being one of the few Punk bands to actively incorporate the use of a violin or an acoustic guitar into their sound. if there was ever a .
  9. As the only multi-label anthology of New Model Army's singles (at least as of its release), Great Expectations lives up to its title. Compiled with full cooperation from the band -- and oddly, only available in America where they enjoyed only marginal success -- this track single disc is a perfect introduction to this legendary British post-punk group.9/

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