Favorite New Model Army Songs #9 - "Space"

@teamfreak16 (42965)
Denver, Colorado
September 28, 2017 7:31pm CST
That's right, there is no theme for this particular music series. Instead, I am focused upon one of my all-time bands: New Model Army, with "Space." From their 1990 album, Impurity, "Space" was that album's 3rd single, although it was a non album live version, which reached #39 in the UK. One of the band's most radio friendly tunes, "Space" is decidedly not a protest song (those are coming up soon.) It is a tune about the beauty of our planet. Best part? Moses is walking up the hill, mesmerized by the beautiful nature surrounding him, when God calls on Moses to "Bring the people to my will." Moses blows God off and keeps walking up the hill in order to get a better view. There is a spoken word section, by vocalist Justin Sullivan's life partner, Joolz Denby. I linked to the actual album version instead of a live version due to this. Enjoy! (Info verified by Wikipedia)
From the album "Impurity" 1990
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• Preston, England
29 Sep 17
I saw Joolz Denby live on stage in the 80's. She is an amazing poet / commedienne
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@teamfreak16 (42965)
• Denver, Colorado
29 Sep 17
You saw Joolz? That's really cool. I've never had the chance to see her.
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• Preston, England
29 Sep 17
@teamfreak16 she is outragious and quite brilliant
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@teamfreak16 (42965)
• Denver, Colorado
29 Sep 17
@arthurchappell - And quite the artist, too. She's designed all of New Model Army album covers.
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@crossbones27 (22913)
• Redlands, California
29 Sep 17
Don;t you like how the beginning of the 90's still kind of sound like the 80's.. Takes a awhile for a decade to have its own sound. That sound was easy on the ears and flowed well.
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@teamfreak16 (42965)
• Denver, Colorado
29 Sep 17
Yeah, that is true. Grunge hadn't really taken off yet at that point.
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@JohnRoberts (70467)
• Los Angeles, California
29 Sep 17
Rare for a rock song to be gentle concerning nature.
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@teamfreak16 (42965)
• Denver, Colorado
29 Sep 17
It's definitely not as angry as some of their protest songs.
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@FourWalls (17032)
• United States
29 Sep 17
Yeah, that's definitely "radio friendly" with a good 80s feel to it.
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@teamfreak16 (42965)
• Denver, Colorado
29 Sep 17
It's the most radio friendly thing they've ever done. Much moreso than this one:
Mother, father, I'm doing okay On the other side of the country and far away And though I know the things that you want to hear me say Sometimes these things...
@andriaperry (67529)
• Anniston, Alabama
29 Sep 17
I cant get it to load , I will have to listen tomorrow at the computer.
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@teamfreak16 (42965)
• Denver, Colorado
29 Sep 17
I hope you like it.
@TRBRocks420 (89049)
• Banks, Oregon
29 Sep 17
Never heard it, but sounds a good one.
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@teamfreak16 (42965)
• Denver, Colorado
29 Sep 17
It is. A great, radio friendly song.
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