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Today Is a Good Day is the 11thstudio album of British rock band New Model Army, released on 14 September 2009 in the UK and 15 September 2009 in the US.
New Model Army are an English rock band formed in Bradford, West Yorkshire, in 1980 by lead singer, guitarist and main composer Justin Sullivan, bassist Stuart Morrow and drummer Phil Tompkins. Sullivan has been the only continuous member of the band, which has seen numerous line-up changes in its 39-year history. Their music draws on influences across the musical spectrum, from punk and folk to soul, metal and classical. Sullivan's lyrics, which range from directly political through to spiritual and personal, have always been considered as a key part of the band's appeal. By the time they began making their first records in 1983, Robert Heaton, a former drum technician for Hawkwind, had replaced Tompkins.
All tracks written by Justin Sullivan, Nelson, Michael Dean, Dean White and Marshall Gill.
Justin Edward Sullivan is an English singer and songwriter. He is also the frontman and lyricist of the British rock band New Model Army, which he formed in 1980 together with drummer Robert Heaton and bassist Stuart Morrow in their hometown of Bradford, Yorkshire. In the early 1980s he performed under the stage name of "Slade the Leveller", referring to the Levellers. His parents are Quaker.
History - The Singles 85-91 is a compilation album by British rock group, New Model Army, released by EMI in 1992.
Thunder and Consolation was released in 1989 and is the fourth studio album by British rock band New Model Army. The album stands as a landmark in the New Model Army catalogue, being their most successful album to date and reaching No. 20 in the UK Albums Chart. It also saw the band gaining new musical grounds as they adopted a more folky sound with the assistance of violinist Ed Alleyne-Johnson. It was produced by Tom Dowd and the band.
Impurity is the fifth studio album of British rock band New Model Army, released in September 1990.
The Love of Hopeless Causes was released in 1993 and is the sixth studio album by British rock band, New Model Army. It was produced by Niko Bolas, except "Afternoon Song", which was produced by Riku Mattila. It featured guest musicians, guitarist, Adrian Portas and Clive Layton, who played the hammond organ on "Fate".
Next Big Thing is the tenth studio album from American country music artist Vince Gill. It was released in 2003 on MCA Nashville, and it features four singles: the title track, "Someday", "Young Man's Town", and "In These Last Few Days". These respectively reached #17, #31, #44 and #51 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in 2003.
High is the tenth studio album of British rock band New Model Army, released on 20 August 2007 in the UK, 24 August in Germany, and 4 September in North America.
Strange Brotherhood was released in 1998 and is the seventh studio album by British rock band, New Model Army and the first on their own independent label, Attack Attack Records.
Eight was released in 2000 and is the eighth studio album by British rock band, New Model Army. Following the departure of Robert Heaton, Michael Dean and Dean White were recruited into the band, who also co-produced Eight with Justin Sullivan.
Carnival was released in 2005 and is the ninth studio album by British rock band, New Model Army. The album was co-produced by Chris Tsangarides and New Model Army.
Lost Songs was released in 2002 and is a compilation album of British rock band New Model Army of bonus, rare and previously unreleased tracks compiled by Justin Sullivan and Michael Dean. The album covers the period from The Love of Hopeless Causes (1993) to this release.
Raw Melody Men was released in 1991 and is the first official live album release by British rock band New Model Army.
BBC Radio One Live in Concert is a live album released in 1993 by British rock band New Model Army. It was taken from the Live In Concert show broadcast on BBC Radio 1, and was recorded live at the Berlin Eissporthalle on 5 November 1990.
... & Nobody Else was released in 1999 and is a live album released by British rock band New Model Army.
Fuck Texas, Sing for Us is a live album released by British rock band New Model Army on 17 November 2008.
Between Dog and Wolf is the 12th studio album by British rock band New Model Army, released on 30 September 2013 by Attack Attack Records.
Between Wine and Blood is a mixed studio and live album by British rock band New Model Army, released on 5 September 2014 by Attack Attack Records. It comprises six new studio tracks and live versions of eleven tracks from the previous year's album Between Dog and Wolf.
Winter is the 14th studio album by British rock band New Model Army, released on 26 August 2016 by Attack Attack Records in the United Kingdom, and by EarMUSIC worldwide. It was named the #1 album of 2016 by The Big Takeover.
From Here is the fifiteenth studio album by British rock band New Model Army, released on 23 August 2019 by Attack Attack Records in the United Kingdom, and by earMUSIC worldwide. The album reached number 13 in the UK album charts on the week of release.
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