eDWARD hENRY sTREET Description: 14 Tracks that tell the early story of The Alarm Tracks 1959 The Crescent Edward Henry Street The Sea Where Are We Going Waiting For The Summer Land Of Hope And Glory Bank Holiday Weekend Mercenary Skank Up Downtown In You I See The World Lazy Days Where Have The Good Times Gone? It’s Going To Be a Good Year
Back at Good Earth Studios , The Alarm record a new single to capture the current sound at the time (i.e “Frankie Goes To Hollywood”). Alan Shacklock produced the track. All agree that it was a failed experiment.
Day Twenty Seven: Tuesday 28th June 2005 During the morning, Martin recorded my guitar parts on ‘Cease And Desist’ and ‘It’s Alright It’s O.K.’. During the afternoon we had a visit from J.J. Haggar. J.J. has been an invaluable friend to me and the band over the last four / five years. He was probably the first person to hear ’45 R.P.M.’ and it was J.J. who sent out the [read more]