The Alarm record a 4 song demo with their sound engineer Nigel Luby. They decide to boo ka short tour to test out their new songs and dispell break-up rumors.
Miles Copeland asks Tony Platt to remix ‘Eye Of The Hurricane’ without the band’s involvement. He remixes “Rain” and “Newtown Jericho’, but they are rejected. They songs are then sent to Hollywood to be remixed by David Leonard. When the band finally hears the mixes, they were not happy with tham at all. Dave and Mike personally travelled to Los Angeles on August 26th 1987 to play the originals for [read more]
2/21/1985: The Alarm, Gary Crowley Session – Capitol Radio, London Summary “Dawn Chorus” is an early version which has different lyrics than the recording made for the STRENGTH album. Also, it uses a piano rather than an organ in the background.Press Release Set List Absolute Reality Bells of Rhymney This Train Is Bound For Glory Dawn ChorusBand Comments Fan Comments
11/22/1989: The Alarm, Denver, CO Summary Press Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments