New World (The Zombies album)

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New World
Zombies new world.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 1991
Recorded1990
GenreRock, pop
LabelRCA, Big Beat
ProducerThe Zombies, David Richards, Chris White
The Zombies chronology
Odessey and Oracle
(1968)
New World
(1991)
R.I.P.
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars [1]

New World is the third album by The Zombies, recorded in 1990. Several tracks were released in Europe in 1990 on an album called The Return Of The Zombies. This album features numerous tracks from that release that were remixed or re-recorded, as well as new tracks, and was released in April 1991. 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. Rod Argent was unavailable to join them for more than 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.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."New World (My America)"Andy Nye, Chris White
 
2."When Love Breaks Down"Paddy McAloonChris White 
3."I Can't Be Wrong"Sebastian Santa Maria
  • The Zombies
  • Richards
  • Remixed by Chris White
 
4."Lula Lula"White
  • The Zombies
  • Richards
 
5."Heaven's Gate"Andy Nye, White
  • The Zombies
  • Richards
 
6."Time of the Season"Rod ArgentWhite 
7."Monday Morning Dance"Santa Maria
  • The Zombies
  • White
 
8."Blue"Santa Maria
  • The Zombies
  • White
 
9."Nights on Fire"Colin Blunstone, Santa Maria
  • The Zombies
  • White
 
10."Losing You"Blunstone, Phil Dennys
  • The Zombies
  • White
 
11."Alone in Paradise"Andy Nye, Blunstone
  • The Zombies
  • White
 
12."Knowing You"Blunstone
  • The Zombies
  • White
 
13."Love Conquers All"BlunstoneWhite 

Personnel[edit]

The Zombies


Special Guests

With:

  • Tim Renwick - guitar
  • John Woolloff - guitar
  • Laurie Wisefield - guitar
  • Duncan Browne - guitar
  • Claude Nobs - harmonica

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