Recording continues with Alan Shacklock at Good Earth studios. Backing tracks, mostly for songs that would become b-sides, are recorded. Alan Shacklock introduced the band to the “sequqncer” that they used to created the backing track for “Howling Wind”.
So most of us were half a mile back from the stage in the heaving, sweating darkness but returning after a six month British absence The Alarm were bound to break down all the barriers and set Heaven alight. Sure enough by the middle of the second number ‘Where Were You Hiding?’ the venue was transformed into the Cardiff Arms Park of punk – the roaring hymns and driving anthems, [read more]
What’s OnThe Number One Entertainment Magazine for Birmingham and Central England The Alarm – Alarm 2000 Twenty First Century Unfairly tagged a man the barricades outfit in the wake of things like 68 Guns and Blaze of Glory, there was always more depth and passion to Mike Peters and the band than the rebel rouser sloganeering. Listen again to the real anger of Deeside’s howl at the decline of the [read more]
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