For the first post-hiatus installment of “120 Minutes” Rewind, we roll the clocks back to an interview segment culled from an early episode, aired in 1987, that finds host Kevin Seal chatting with Justin Sullivan, the frontman of U.K. rockers New Model Army, who’s ID’d in the episode by his early-career stage name, Slade the Leveller.
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This week’s releases include a brand-new album from Steve Albini’s Shellac, the belated U.S. release of James’ new studio album, a reissue of MInistry’s ‘Twelve Inch Singles,’ a collection of unreleased Scruffy the Cat material, and the U.S. release of New Model Army’s latest record.
This week’s new releases include the DVD reissue of the long-out-of-print “Introducing Morrissey” concert film, plus a reissue of The Ocean Blue’s “Waterworks” EP, the new New Model Army studio/live album, a KMFDM concert album and a box set featuring Paul Weller’s first five solo albums.
]Long-running U.K. post-punk act New Model Army follows up last year’s Between Dog and Wolf — the band’s 12th studio album, and first in four years — with a new collection in September entitled Between Wine and Blood that combines a mini album of six new studio tracks and an 11-song live album.
This week’s new releases include brand-new studio albums from New Model Army and Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart, a box set of live recordings from Cabaret Voltaire, a “lost” album from The Bongos that was recorded in 1986 but never finished or released, and a reissue of a 1997 album from ABC.
This week’s new releases include a 20th anniversary reissue of Nirvana’s ‘In Utero,’ the first new album from Mazzy Star in 17 years, new records from New Model Army, The MIssion and Peter Buck’s Tired Pony, plus a live Bryan Ferry DVD, a Waitresses compilation and more.
As we reported last month, long-running U.K. post-punk act New Model Army returns this fall with its 12th studio album and first in four years — and now we’re getting the first taste of the upcoming Between Dog and Wolf via the premiere this week of the music video for first single “March in September.”
New Model Army returns this fall with its 12th studio album and first in four years, a 14-track set dubbed Between Dog and Wolf on which the band debuts its new bassist and of which bandleader Justin Sullivan declares, “Sonically, this is the best album we’ve ever made, whilst creatively it has opened lots of new doors.”
This week’s new releases include reissues from Microdisney (‘Love Your Enemies,’ ‘The Clock Comes Down The Stairs’), New Model Army (a repackaged 2003 live set) and A Certain Ratio (I’d Like To See You Again’), plus new best-ofs from Visage and The Proclaimers.
This week’s new releases include an expanded 2CD reissue of post-punk act New Model Army’s 1984 album ‘Vengeance,’ plus a 2CD deluxe edition of The Jam’s ‘The Gift,’ a vinyl box set featuring the full Sugar catalog, and a vinyl reissue of Television’s classic ‘Marquee Moon.’
This week’s new releases include INXS’s disc of re-recorded hits with all-star vocalists (‘Original Sin’), two reissues from The Church (‘Seance,’ ‘Heyday’), a new studio album from ex-Dream Syndicate frontman Steve Wynn (‘Northern Aggression’), a New Model Army box set (‘Anthology’) and the domestic reissue of The Teardrop Explodes’ ‘Kilimanjaro.’