Mike Peter’s father dies in the UK while Dave Sharp is on a writing tour in NYC. While Dave is off in New York to write songs for what would become his first solo album, Mike Peters suffers a terrible tragedy when his father dies suddenly of natural causes.
5/5/1985: The Alarm, The Playhouse, Edinburgh Summary Originally planned for The Caley Palace, the gig was moved to the larger Playhouse due to ticket demand.Press Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments Remains the best gig I ever saw even though it was a seated venue and I only had tickets for row GG I rushed the bouncers and got right to the front. They certainly rocked that night. (Antony [read more]
Along with the amazing #28 entry for 45 RPM on the UK top-40 chart, it also landed at #6 on the UK Indie Single charts and #10 o nthe UK Rock chart!! Great job guys! Publication:: Author::
‘Wind Blows Away My Words, The’ [4:30] (The Alarm), The AlarmLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: (Come on let’s rock and roll now) In the dirty towns on the dirty streets There�s a violent wind that blows Across the generations men like me Have been swept to these crossroads Blown out of house, blown out of home Blown down the road On the wind that blows away my words Blows away my reason [read more]