New World (The Zombies album)

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New World
Studio album by The Zombies
Released 1990
Genre Rock
Label RCA, Big Beat
Producer The Zombies, David Richards
The Zombies chronology
Odessey and Oracle
(1968)
New World
(1990)
As Far As I Can See...
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

New World is the title of The Zombies's 1990 album. According to the liner notes, it was recorded primarily to protect the name of the band in response to numerous groups of imposters that were then touring the US. The line up was different and notably, Rod Argent was unavailable to join them for more than instrumentals on one track.

The album was originally issued in the UK on RCA, but never obtained a US release. RCA issued it on CD and later reissued on Ace's Big Beat label.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "New World (My America)" (Andy Nye, Chris White)  
2. "When Love Breaks Down" (Paddy McAloon)  
3. "I Can't Be Wrong" (Sebastian Santa Maria)  
4. "Lula Lula" (White)  
5. "Heaven's Gate" (Nye, White)  
6. "Time of the Season" (Rod Argent)  
7. "Moonday Morning Dance" (Santa Maria)  
8. "Blue" (Santa Maria)  
9. "Nights on Fire" (Colin Blunstone, Santa Maria)  
10. "Losing You" (Blunstone, Phil Dennys)  
11. "Alone in Paradise" (Nye, Blunstone)  
12. "Knowing You" (Blunstone)  
13. "Love Conquers All" (Blunstone)  

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