After the band split-up for short time I the summer if 1986, Dave and Nigel stayed @ Ezee Hire studio to record several demos with members of Wire Train. The song “Save Your Cryin'” was recorded here for the second time. Nothing else was ever released.
5/1/1985: The Alarm, Royal Court, Liverpool Summary Press Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments
Day Twenty: Friday 17 June 2005 Steve has another go at the drums on the song (Working title – It’s Alright, It’s O.K.), he is not happy with the groove and wants to try and better the feel of yesterday. Always striving for perfection is Steve. Once Steve is happy, we have a go at ‘Mercenary Skank’ (again included on the EMI demos). Something feels wrong, we try and turn [read more]
A very strong album, and one that seems to be making the press sit up and listen. Lead single Superchannel go to 24 so the signs are all good. Out now – well worth a listen . Publication::Publication:http://www.Author::