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Sixty Eight Guns - The Alarm - Declaration (Cassette, Album)

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Label: I.R.S. Records - CS70608,I.R.S. Records - CS-70608 • Format: Cassette Album Dolby • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Declaration on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. 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 7/
  3. 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.
  4. "Sixty Eight Guns" is a song by Welsh rock band the Alarm that was released as a single in August and later appeared on the group's debut album Declaration in February It was written by Alarm members Mike Peters and Eddie MacDonald. The song reached #17 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the Alarm's first Top 40 appearance and their highest-ever position on that chart. The song also .
  5. ''the Welsh U2'' ''the punk Who'' but The Alarm were just a great band in their own album starts at a fast pace with hardly time to breathe between Marching On, Where Were You Hiding and Third Light before we get to the anthemic Sixty Eight Guns/5(27).
  6. Sixty Eight Guns We Are The Light Shout To The Devil Blaze Of Glory (Declaration album version) Tell Me Deceiver, The The Stand (Prophecy) Howling Wind. Versions: UK: LP cat #:IRS IRSA UK: LP cat #:IRS IRSA (misspress/wrong label) UK: Cassette cat #:IRS IRSC UK: CD cat #: (Released:) USA: Cassette (promo sampler) USA: LP cat.
  7. And now they're trying to take my life away Forever young I cannot stay Hey On every corner I can see them there They don't know my name they don't know my k.
  8. "Sixty Eight Guns" was their battle cry, a call to arms against the establishment. This attitude was fomented in their hometown of Rhyl, North Wales, where they grew up in bleak economic times and fought naysayers who saw no need for another rabble-rousing rock band. The martial imagery reflects their push against this prevailing attitude.

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