“The Chant Has Just Begun” is released as a single. It reaches #48, only 3 places higher than “The Deceiver”. The Alarm’s attempt to model the sound of the times instead of their own true passions proves to be a failed experiment.
‘Blaze Of Glory (1983 Version) (Single Edit)’ [3:33] (MacDonald/Peters), The AlarmLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: It’s funny how they shoot you down When your hands are held up high And you open up your heart and soul But that’s not enough for most. I remember this much There is nothing You shouldn’t speak of If you got something to say And there is no one To be scared of Just get them [read more]
‘Zero’ [??:??] (Peters/Stevenson/Adams/Grantly), The AlarmLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: Because you’re worthless – you’re nothing at all Because you’re incomplete – you’re condemned to be Zero Because you’re disposable – to be thrown away Because you’re to be abused- without value Zero Everybody is something to someone somewhere Everybody is something – someone � somewhere Zero Notes: ?Mike Peters Notes: ?Dave Sharp Notes: ?Eddie MacDonald Notes: ?Nigel Twist Notes: ?
‘Absolute Reality (Single version)’ [3:25] (MacDonald/Peters), The AlarmLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: Hey now now Hey hey hey You may be rich You may be poor You may have nothing in this world at all You may be black,you maybe white You may be a prisioner in your own times You may be lost. You may be found You may have been beaten up and knocked to the ground You may have [read more]