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.
7/15/1983: The Alarm, Sherwood Rooms, Nottingham Summary Press Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments
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
The Alarm “release” the Unssafe Building/Up For Murder single. 1000 copies are produced. They send them to DJs, sell them at shows, and use them in lieu of a demo tape.