New Model Army ‎– The Price

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Abstract Records ‎– 12 ABS 028
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP
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A1 The Price
Backing Vocals – The Cadets (3)Engineer – Alex BurakGuitar – Juan MorroProducer – Mond Cowie, NMA*Written-By – Sullivan*, Morrow*
3:25
A2 1984
Backing Vocals – The Cadets (3)Engineer – Alex BurakGuitar – Juan MorroProducer – Mond Cowie, NMA*Written-By – Sullivan*
3:15
B1 No Man's Land
Engineer – Paul O'Duffy*Producer – NMA*Written-By – Sullivan*
3:32
B2 Great Expectations
Producer – Dale GriffinWritten-By – Sullivan*, Morrow*
3:03
B3 Notice Me
Producer – Dale GriffinWritten-By – Sullivan*, Morrow*
2:40

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Tracks A1 and A2 engineered at The Point September 84.
Track B1 engineered at The Point August 84.
Tracks B2 and B3 produced for the David Jensen Show BBC Radio 1 and released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises Ltd.

Printed in France

℗ & © 1984
Made in France

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  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 12 ABS 028 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 12 ABS 028 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): 12 ABS 028-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched runout): 12 ABS- 028 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Both sides, SNA logo stamped): SNA

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zeppoantigone

zeppoantigone

12 января 2020 г.
A band railing against Mrs T and her evil minions, New Model Army produced a fine five track 12'' and the album Vengeance on the Abstact label during the dark days of 1984. Singing about broken communities, the miners strike, Falklands, vigilantes and Christian fundamentalism, this is heavy political stuff. It's angry lyrics are set to a soundtrack of funky bass lines, spacey guitar and military precision drumming. I think the 12” is especially good value as it has four non-album tracks including the excellent 1984, 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. Prices are still ridiculously cheap for these two vinyls, and the later NMA major label albums can still be picked up for a fiver.