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”.
10/27/1984: The Alarm, Vorst Nationaal in Brussels Summary Press Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments
Their first album in two years is touted as showing these four Welshmen exploring their Celtic roots. Turns out though that what they’ve really been exploring is how to sound like their old mates U2. In particular the new single Rain In Summertime could have been an outtake from Joshua Tree. Not only has vocalist Mike Peters got his Bono imitation off pat but song titles like Jericho and Hallowed [read more]
5/30/2002: Alarm 2002, Arts Centre, Colchester Summary Press Release The Alarm 2002, Spear Of Destiny, The Mighty Wah! Resistance Tour 2002! 3 Headliners, Playing some of the greatest rock and roll of any decade. This promises to be the THE tour of year, if not the new millenium. Manifesto THE RESISTANCE STARTS HERE! ITS ABOUT THE RETURN OF ROCK AND ROLLS SONGS ABOUT SOMETHING – New songs great songs your [read more]