A New Kind of Army

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A New Kind of Army
Studio album by Anti-Flag
Released May 25, 1999
Recorded February 1998 – January 1999
Genre Punk rock
Hardcore Punk
Length 38:22
Label Go Kart Records
A-F Records
Producer Joe West
Anti-Flag
Anti-Flag chronology
Their System Doesn't Work for You
(1998)
A New Kind of Army
(1999)
Underground Network
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

A New Kind of Army is a punk rock album originally released by Anti-Flag on May 25, 1999. It was reissued by A-F Records on October 19, 2004. A New Kind of Army is easily one of Anti-Flag's most varied albums, from the childish fun of "Captain Anarchy" to the ska-like vibe of "That's Youth" to the slowed-down protest song "The Consumer's Song" to the satiric "This Is Not a Crass Song". It is also the only album to feature only Justin Sane as lead vocalist. All other albums featured at least one song sung by either Andy Flag or Chris #2.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Justin Sane, except where noted.

No. Title Length
1. "Tearing Everyone Down"   2:57
2. "Captain Anarchy" (Sane, Chris Head) 2:34
3. "A New Kind of Army"   3:41
4. "That's Youth"   3:16
5. "No Apology"   2:16
6. "Got the Numbers"   3:16
7. "No Difference"   3:59
8. "I Don't Believe"   2:31
9. "Right On" (Anti-Flag) 1:25
10. "What You Don't Know"   2:44
11. "Free Nation?" (Sane, Head) 2:42
12. "Outbreak" (Sane, Anti-Flag) 0:55
13. "Police Story"   3:37
14. "The Consumer's Song"   2:08
15. "This Is NOT a Crass Song" (Sane, Pat Thetic) 5:55

Band members[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Huey, Steve. A New Kind of Army at AllMusic