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New Model Army - Carnival (2005) Retail CD
Wasn't quite sure what to make of it on first listen, but have played it several times now I think it's probably their best work since Thunder and Consolation. In many ways it's quite a change of style for them being far darker and less anthemic than the likes of T&C. There certainly not many signs of the folky influences apparent on T&C. The album is also interesting because it comes across as a bit more of a band effort, rather than just JS + session musicians.JS said it was an album for drummers, and indeed it is. Lots of very interesting tribal perscussion going on - in places you could bemore… listening to the sort of rhythm sections you'd expect to find on a Creatures album. Stand out tracks so far are probably Red Earth (all about Africa - very tribal, and a song that really builds to an explosive climax), Too Close to the Sun (drums!!) and Another Imperial Day (I guess Higher Wall part 2...money is free to move, but not people...). Also hard (even for an old cynic like me) not to have a tear in the eye at the end of "Fireworks Night" a track dedicated to the late Robert Heaton.Definately a recommended purchase...
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- New Model Army - Carnival (2005) Retail CD
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- 29/09/08 by jarlaxle
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