The Alarm appear on “American Bandstand”
***** (= 5 out of 5 stars) “You are hereby warned: The Alarm will become one of the leading rockbands in the 90’s. If you don’t want to sit notknowing with your beard in the mailbox you should invest in the Change – album immediately and learn all of the 12 tunes (14 on cd) by heart before advent starts. The Alarm are no longer U2-copyists. Their last LP, In [read more]
Description: Credits:Photo Provided By Oli Schaub
The first version of “Blaze Of Glory” is recorded with Mick Glossop in Redan Studios, London. The song was written as a defense for their new friends U2, who were being attacked in the press. “Thoughts Of A Youngman” is also recorded.