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9 thoughts on “ Shout To The Devil - The Alarm - Declaration (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. 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(14).
  2. From the release Declaration (Album) First Played in Concert June 30, by The Alarm at The Stables, Saint Asaph, Wales; Most Recently Played September 5, by The Alarm at The Social, Orlando, FL, USA.
  3. The Alarm were the most exciting live band since The Who, so it is only fitting that a quintessential album like this one echoes one of the greatest live records ever recorded. For Alarm fans though, this is an essential record. This is what the album “Declaration” should have sounded like. This is the tracklisting that should have been on it.
  4. Feb 08,  · DECLARATION The Alarm In the early 's myself and several friends bought floor seats at the old LA Sports Arena for U2's "War" Tour. We had grown custom to showing up midway through the opening acts because of several years of being so utterly disappointed in the opening bands and hated wasting our time. For.
  5. The Alarm – Declaration is a 30th Anniversary revisionary version of The Alarm’s classic ‘Declaration. This version was also released on limited edition Red Vinyl with the track listing. This time, fans are still guaranteed an equally exciting listening experience.
  6. The Alarm's first full-length album was, to a certain extent, a collection of the singles they had been releasing since October "Marching On," "The Stand," "Sixty Eight Guns" (number 17 U.K.),"Where Were You Hiding When the Storm Broke?" (number 22 U.K.) and "The Deceiver" (number 51 U.K.). As such, it had a strident, immediate appeal that was also somewhat relentless: the Alarm seemed 7/
  7. Jul 24,  · Declaration , an Album by The Alarm. Released 13 November on 21st Century (catalog no. 21C; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock/5(8).
  8. 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(28).
  9. Listen to your favorite songs from Declaration (30th Anniversary) by The Alarm Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.

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