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9 thoughts on “ The Deceiver - The Alarm - Declaration (Cassette, Album)

  1. ‘Deceiver, The (demo)’ [] (MacDonald/Peters), The AlarmLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: You are the power and the glory You are the weakness in defeat Like the rise and fall of the British Empire You make me sick with your conceit You are the weakness You are the sickness that s in our souls You sow the seeds for our destruction To hell with everything that we’ve done You hold your hands out for.
  2. The Alarm – Vinyl Soundtrack album is a collectors edition digipak, complete with full-length 22 track audio CD and a special DVD that features a Mike Peters-hosted documentary, following The Alarm and Vinyl acting star, Phil Daniels, right through the writing and recording of the Vinyl soundtrack (also included are 11 stand-alone videos, including ‘Free Rock And Roll’, which was shot on location at .
  3. The Alarm's sophomore effort, 's Strength, was another U.K. success, and brought them into the Top 40 of the U.S. album charts for the first time; additionally, the single "Spirit of '76" was a Top 40 U.K. hit. Strength displayed greater subtlety and maturity in both their songwriting and arrangements and was often hailed as the group's.
  4. The Alarm are a Welsh rock band that formed in Rhyl, Wales, in Initially formed as a punk band, The Toilets, in , under lead vocalist Mike Peters, the band soon embraced rock and included marked influences from Welsh language and phrasexunprobheydorripalelubgoldle.coinfo opening for acts such as U2 and Bob Dylan, they became a popular new wave pop band of the s.. The Alarm's highest charting single in Britain.
  5. The Alarm is an alternative rock band which formed in in Rhyl, Wales. For most of their career the band consisted of Mike Peters (vocals, guitar), Dave Sharp .
  6. The Deceiver Lyrics: You are the power and the glory / You are the weakness in defeat / Like the rise and fall of the British Empire / You make me sick with your conceit / You are, you are the.
  7. My sentimental favorite amongst all of the releases dropped by guitar-driven, socially-conscious rock bands from both the United States and the United Kingdom during the ‘80’s, and specifically, the timeframe between and , “Declaration”, The Alarm’s, first proper full-length, released in the spring of ’84, differed from most of those other offerings because of the furious /5(31).
  8. Unfortunately and for whatever reason “Declaration” loses more of its teeth in this more acoustic, full band reworking of the album that opened The Alarm up to American ears. The original “Declaration” had some spit and fire wrapped in a punk sound that veered into a little almost glam sound at times but it was distinctly The Alarm /5(27).

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