No Rest For The Wicked – New Model Army – 1985

Album

No Rest For The Wicked - New Model Army - 1985
No Rest For The Wicked - New Model Army - 1985

Their album No Rest For The Wicked by New Model Army was released in April 1985 and it was a critical and commercial success. It reached number 22 on the UK Albums Chart and spawned three singles: No Rest, Better Than Them, and Brave New World. The album was praised for its raw energy, its political relevance, and its musical diversity. It was also controversial for its anti-war and anti-establishment themes, which earned them the ire of some critics and politicians.

No Rest For The Wicked was more than just an album. It was a statement of defiance and a call to action. It was a manifesto for a new model army that would not give up or give in. It was a reminder that there is no rest for the wicked in this world, and that the only way to change it is to fight for it.

No Rest for the Wicked is considered one of New Model Army’s best albums. It is a strong debut album that establishes the band as a force to be reckoned with. It is a good introduction to their music for new listeners and a great collection for fans of their work.

The personnel of the album No Rest For The Wicked by New Model Army, released in 1985, are:

  • Justin Sullivan – vocals, guitar
  • Stuart Morrow – bass, vocals
  • Robert Heaton – drums

Source: Wikipedia

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