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.
Description: b/w Sixty Eight Guns (part 2)/Bells Of Rhymney. Limited Edition double pack in plastic sleeve Tracks Notes:
Day Fifty Sixty : Saturday 13th August 2005 Electric Lady Studios, New York. While I perform an extremely emotional Alarmstock in the live are of the studio. Ryan Simms works up a masterful remix of ‘It’s Alright / It’s O.K.’ At the end of the evening, we played the track back to the fans in the live room and they all stood up and applauded at the end. I said [read more]
12/1/1983: The Alarm, Canada Summary Mike Peter’s tour diary mentions a date in Canada. (‘December 1983. To America for a third time and Canada for a first..’), but there are no further detailsPress Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments