The Alarm bring alan Shacklock back to try to record some songs for Strength. Shacklock was already working with roger Daltry, but he asked Miek and Eddie to record a song for the Daltry album. They recorded “In The Cold Light Of Day”, which would one day become “Only Love Can Set Me Free”
‘Thoughts Of A Young Man’ [2:50] (MacDonald/Peters), The AlarmLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: I am a young man of modest income I hope this will get through There’s a lot of people here Who would like to have the chance of writing this letter to you. I share a dream and I pray that it will come true One day, we will see a better land. Until that day We will watch [read more]
1/21/1988: The Alarm, Radio interview, Milan Summary Press Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments
‘Right Back Where I Started From’ [??:??] (Mike Peters), The AlarmLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: Notes: ?Mike Peters Notes: ?Dave Sharp Notes: ?Eddie MacDonald Notes: ?Nigel Twist Notes: ?