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A New Kind of Army

Anti-Flag Audio CD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Get up! Your voices are needed!” Justin Sane shouts on Anti Flag’s 8th studio album, The General Strike, due out on March 20th, 2012, on Side One Dummy. It’s a rallying cry that shares a sentiment with a lot of Anti Flag songs, the call to arms of private citizens to stand up to governmental power and corporate injustice. The difference is that this album, born in the midst ... Read more in Amazon's Anti-Flag Store

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  • Audio CD (19 July 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Go Kart
  • ASIN: B00000IFUO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 208,725 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Tearing Everyone Down
2. Captain Anarchy
3. A New Kind Of Army
4. That's Youth
5. No Apology
6. Got The Numbers
7. No Difference
8. I Don't Believe
9. Right On
10. What You Don't Know
11. Free Nation?
12. Outbreak
13. Police Story
14. The Consumer's Song
15. This Is Not A Crass Song

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Modern punk that makes absolute sense! 25 Jan 2000
By A Customer
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Pure punk-rock. Anti-Flag are a band that have got their priorities straight and know exactly how to get the message across. If you like songs that challenge consumerism, War and the President of America, you'll like this. As for the music, never has a band with such strong ideas been able to play music as well as Anti-Flag. Melodic choruses and aggression played as well as (or better than) the next punk band. There's even a couple of guitar solos on this record!
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As a big fan of political punk bands such as Propagandhi and Capdown,This was recomended by a friend and I bought it.I was not disapointed as it is a very good hardcore album.Their is only one poor track-got the numbers,but classics such as "tearing everyone down" make up for it.
The band are hell bent against war and for womens equality and every song has revelutionary motives,but politics aside any fan of hardcore will love it as the guitars and drums are so heavy and pounding.
They were originally described to me as a poor mans Rancid(my favourite punk band)but anti-flag hold their own in a world with many excellent hardcore punk bands,and this album is their best offering,although "die for your government"is also excellent.
I would advise anyone who is interested in more mainstream political bands such as bad religion to try anti-flag as they are heavier,more extreme and brilliant.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A New Kind Of Army 20 Feb 2004
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This album is very good. Even though nothing can touch 'The Terror State' or 'Underground Network' this come fairly close. The title track is very impressive, as is: 'Right On', 'No Difference', 'Tearing Everyone Down', 'No Apology', 'Got The Numbers', the short 'Outbreak', the incredible solo effort of 'The Consumer's Song' and the hilarious 'This Is NOT A Crass Song'. If you are a Brit then you probably won't appreciate the incredibly cheesey English accent in the latter song and the amazing "New Hot Jam" at the end is brilliant to mosh to.
**** - Good, not their best.
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5.0 out of 5 stars this album rocks 18 Sep 2001
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i have 2 anti-flag albums i can't really say which one is better because they are both amazing. on this album my personal best is "tearing every-one down" because of the vocals that make perfect sence to me and because there is an exellent guitar solo. so if ur thinking of buying this album GET IT NOW!!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ANTI-FLAG ROCKS!!! 24 Jan 2003
By zac, a 14 year old kid - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this c.d. Bottom line, I LOVE IT! It is honest, straightforward and down to the point. With snarling vocals remeniscent of Johnny Rotten (Sex Pistols), and scratchy distorted guitars that give off a punk rock vibe, this band is as good as it gets. Anti-Flag is one of my favorite bands of all time, Justin Sanes lyrics are so true and they really influenced my ideas on so many issues. And for anyone that thinks that Anti-Flag is a band that just "whines" about issues while doing nothing to solve them, then you need to do your homework. Maybe then you'd find out that Anti-Flag are part of MANY orginizations that are anti-war, anti-hate etc...they even played at/attended an anti-war protest in Washington D.C. on January 18. 2003...they are an all around good band. The lyrics Sane writes are heart-felt and true. If you are in search of a good punk rock band, then search no more. Anti-Flag is for you. Also, check out Justin Sanes solo album "Life, Liberty, and the Persuit of Happiness", it rocks! Later
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great cd 21 Jun 2001
By mari - Published on Amazon.com
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This is one of my favorite cds i own. If your into a lot of hardcore punk, this cd might sound a little whiny at first, but after a couple listenings you'll realize that this album is full of energy and passion. After a while you'll be singing along with enthusiasm. It has great guitar riffs, awesome vocals, and meaningful political lyrics. I recommend this cd if it's going to be the first cd you buy from this band, or if you already own an Anti-Flag cd and want another great one added to your collection
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Billy-Bob, no 23 Nov 1999
By shoeblimey@mindspring.com - Published on Amazon.com
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Billy-bob, you dont listen. This cd is NOT antiamerica. i mean, read the darn liner notes kiddo.....and they arent british, they are from philly. Ok, with the bashing aside, this CD is possibly the best, most politically correct (not used in the way the US uses it) album ive ever heard. The music is great, its fast, the drums are phenomenale, the vocals are just amazing, and the songs are funny, witty, moving, and sometimes left me speechless. Trust me, this is the best CD ive ever bought.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars As meaningful as they come 13 May 2001
By James O'Blivion - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Along with Against All Authority, Anti-Flag stands as one of the most unapologetically political (and meaningful) bands since the Dead Kennedys split in 1987. This album, in line with earlier work like "Seattle Was a Riot" and "Die for the Government," brilliantly showcases the band's powerful lyrics and bat-outta-hell guitars. Justin Sane's perfect punk rock vocals break into your mind and, with the help of the included lyric sheet, fill it with the truth. In response to Joseph Schulze's review, which relentlessly berated this album, I would like to say that Anti-Flag have NOT changed their position as far as their political views are concerned. They've always been anti-war...in fact, their anti-government stance WAS, at the same time, an anti-war stance. "Die for the Government," for example, was a very powerful anti-war song which pointed an uncompromising finger at the U.S. government for killing off its own people for profit. This is directly in line with the tracks on this album, including the brilliant title track..."we're looking to start a new army...that's too smart to fight, too smart to die...we're looking to start a new army...too smart to fight, too smart to kill for you"...their political stance has remained steadfast throughout their career, and always will. And Anti-Flag will NEVER become an emo band...listen to "Indie ..., Hardline ..., Emo ..., You ..." for proof of this. And as for Justin's voice, it may be nasal, but so was Johnny Rotten's...so was Jello Biafra's...so were many of the greatest punk rock screams of all time. It's annoying only to those who don't appreciate real punk rock. However, if you're a fan of any of the following bands, then Anti-Flag is for you...Sex Pistols, the Clash, Stiff Little Fingers, Dead Kennedys, Minor Threat, D.I., Bad Religion, Propaghandi, Swingin' Utters, Against All Authority.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A New Kind Of Punk 12 Mar 2003
By Kevin Issorad - Published on Amazon.com
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Well i heard of Anti-Flag while looking at a punk rock lyrics page. I decided to download one of there songs so i did. I downloaded "Captain Anarchy" and it was on of the best punk songs i have heard in a long time. So i then downloaded the whole cd and burned it. When i brought it up to school, no one had heard of anti-flag so i let them listen. Almost everyone loved the hardcore punk and serious issues dealt with in "A New Kind Of Army"
1.Tearing Everyone Down. A good intro song(8.5)
2.Captain Anarchy. A really Rad song. good guitars(9.5)
3.A New Kind Of A Army. I love the rad vocals on this song(9.5)
4.Thats Youth. Pretty good vocals rad guitars(8.5)
5.No Apology. OK song not too good but still rad(8.0)
6.Got The Numbers. Pretty cool Song like the Chorus(9.0)
7.No Difference. OK song it just helps the record move on(8.0)
8.I Dont Believe. I like the vocals on this song(8.0)
9.Right On. Really awesome song i like it alot(9.5)
10.What You Dont Know. it just helps the record move on(7.5)
11.Free Nation? Pretty Awesome Song(9.0)
12.Outbreak. Another cool song with good lyrics(9.0)
13.Police Song. Really rad song its My 2nd favorite love it(10.0)
14.Consumer's Song. I love the guitars and the vocals on it(10.0)
15.This Is NOT A Crass Song. Just a mess around track. the end is pretty funny.(9.5)
All In All this cd is pretty good. I reccomend it to people who dont like the world were living in today.
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