Demos recorded with Steve Tannett at IRS Basement studios. Demos included “What Kind Of Hell”, “68 Guns”. Showcase for Mile Copeland, owner of I.R.S.
Steve Tannett sees The Alarm at Exceter University, wants to sign them to IRS records. Miles Copeland says it is OK if they are “cheap”.
The bands starts to click again as a unit. The songs “Rescue Me”, “Permanence In Change”, “Presence Of Love” by Eddie, and “Shelter” by the whole band start taking shape.
7/6/1988: The Alarm, Philadelphia, PA Summary The Alarm appeared as opening act to Bob Dylan.Press Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments