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Rock - Released July 22, 1991 | Parlophone UK

NMA proved that they were well worth waiting for. Thunder and Consolation begins grandly, keeping the keyboards from "White Coats" on "I Love the World," an anthem filled with bittersweet irony and sarcasm. Self-produced, the album never falters, and the single "Stupid Questions" made an impression on American college and modern-rock radio, especially when working visas were granted to the band and they were allowed to tour the U.S. Violin was added by Ed Elain Johnson to further fill out the sound and give it an "Irish Folk" quality on epic songs "Green and Grey," and "Vagabonds." The band uses samples on "225" and "Green and Grey" to further enhance the flavor of the album. ~ Jason Smith
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Rock - Released July 23, 1990 | Parlophone UK

Changing bassists (adding Jason "Moose" Harris), but not the bass sound, NMA's next release, The Ghost of Cain, trades a little of its reverb for a MOR album which sold poorly in America. In Great Britan and Germany, however, the band realized a cult following. The sound was further expanded with the addition of Mark Feltham's harmonica on "Poison Street" and "Ballad." "Poison Steet" was released as a 12-inch dance remix and made a dent into that market. "Heroes," another song about the differences between generations is the highlight of the album. ~ Jason Smith
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Alternative & Indie - Released August 23, 2019 | earMUSIC

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From Here is the 15th studio album from British rock outfit New Model Army and follows 2016's Winter. Recorded at the remote Ocean Sound Recording Studio on the Norwegian island Giske, the album sees Justin Sullivan and co. deliver a collection of rousing and anthemic songs in their own unique style. The single "End of Days" is included. ~ Rich Wilson
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Rock - Released July 1, 1991 | Parlophone UK

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Rock - Released March 18, 1996 | Parlophone UK

Sacrificing the experimental post-punk doodling that worked so well within defined songs on the first LP Vengeance strangely enough works here for this incredible band that won't hear any malarkey about how bad second LPs are supposed to be. A more direct approach works wonders, rendering every song a possible single, every one a flaming, emotion-wracked foray into human thoughts, customs, and politics. And Slade the Leveler's got some unparalleled British lyrics for this kind of statement-oriented music and tremendous songwriting on side one. "There is no rest for the wicked ones," he sings, like a saddened preacher, a sentiment you see again on the terrific "Drag It Down," like a guy standing at the edge of a pointless fray wondering why human beings are always so stupid. But he's also capable of great empathy for the times in England as they are in the 2010s, when so many young people are struggling economically, as "Young, Gifted and Skint" makes clear. Don't miss "Grandmother's Footsteps" and "Ambition," too; you won't hear busier bass playing on a hotfoot U.K. post-punk rock record this year. The evidence here is that New Model Army are getting even better when you might have expected the usual decline, suggesting that Slade is an artist with great ideas you can't exhaust, and all three members have the talent to make it something other than regurgitation. ~ Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover
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Rock - Released April 16, 2001 | Parlophone UK

"White Coats" was released as a maxi-single with two studio B-sides and three live tracks. The sound is further expanded with keyboards that help the eerieness of the fears that Sullivan expresses about the earth. "The Charge" and "Chinese Whispers" fill out the single, and all are available as bonus tracks on the band's subsequent album, "Thunder and Consolation." The excellent live tracks tease the U.S. fans with what they are missing. ~ Jason Smith
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Rock - Released March 1, 2003 | Parlophone UK

Changing bassists (adding Jason "Moose" Harris), but not the bass sound, NMA's next release, The Ghost of Cain, trades a little of its reverb for a MOR album which sold poorly in America. In Great Britan and Germany, however, the band realized a cult following. The sound was further expanded with the addition of Mark Feltham's harmonica on "Poison Street" and "Ballad." "Poison Steet" was released as a 12-inch dance remix and made a dent into that market. "Heroes," another song about the differences between generations is the highlight of the album. ~ Jason Smith
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World - Released March 11, 2005 | New Model Army

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Alternative & Indie - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Alternative & Indie - Released July 26, 2019 | earMUSIC

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Alternative & Indie - Released January 1, 2014 | Eagle Rock - Eagle Records

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Alternative & Indie - Released November 28, 2006 | Attack Attack Records Ltd

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Alternative & Indie - Released February 3, 2009 | Attack Attack Records Ltd

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Rock - Released March 5, 2010 | Parlophone UK