Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|New Model Army|
Ghost of Cain
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
New Model Army's sound was further expanded with the addition of Mark Feltham's harmonica on 'Poison Street' and 'Ballad.' 'Poison Stet' was released as a 12-inch dance remix and made a dent into that market. 'Heroes,' ano... more »
New Model Army's sound was further expanded with the addition of Mark Feltham's harmonica on 'Poison Street' and 'Ballad.' 'Poison Stet' 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. EMI. 2006.
After 14 years, they're still the best band I've ever heard.
Anthony R. Ramos | South San Francisco, Ca United States | 02/01/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is still at the top of the list in terms of best all around CD. There's not one song on there not worth listening to.
All of the songs of "Ghost of Cain" pack power and punch along with both rebellious and intelligent thought behind it. As a testament to their music, I know of two metal bands that have done covers of "Hunt" and do it justice. If I had to put New Model Army's music into a little box and label it, it'd be right there in "Songs to Start Your Own Revolution To". I've listened to NMA for 14 years now and I was lucky enough to see them in their US tour some 10 years ago. I can honestly say that they are more powerful live and in person than in any CD recording you've ever heard. In that performance in Berekeley, Ca. they played "Hunt", "51st State" and "Master Race" and drove the crowd insane.Buy it, they're an addiction."