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As said, High is their tenth studio offering, and shows that the band have lost none of their passion, aggression or fire. Opening track Wired has a more full-on rock sound than most previous work (this is no bad thing), but the album then settles in to more familiar NMA territory. One Of The Chosen could have come from any of their earlier albums, and All Consuming Fire is up there with their best. If I had to say one thing against the album, it would be that Sky In Your Eyes is perhaps more akin to Justin Sullivan's solo work on Navigating By The Stars than an all-out NMA song, but it is an excellent song nonetheless, and not really worthy of criticism.
I haven't always agreed with the band's political stance (I served in the Falklands, and vehemently disagreed with their 'Spirit Of....'), and it is perhaps this that has seen outright success and acceptance elude them, but that doesn't prevent them from being an exceptional musical force, with a catalogue that puts most other artists of their generation (and others) to shame.
If you love NMA already, then this album will delight you, if you are thinking of a first outing, then why not start here? just make sure you investigate their back catalogue once you are hooked ;-)
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Took a few listens to truly get into, but now it's one of those rare gems where you never skip a track. Just put the album on and enjoy.Published on 22 July 2009 by noboard
NMA have produced consistently high quality albums for years now and this ranks up there with the best of them. Read morePublished on 29 May 2009 by Pete
I have followed this band since the 80s, & I have NEVER tired of listening to them.
J.S. is one of the most underrated writers of our time. Read more