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Artist: Alarm

Title: The Change

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1989

Label: I.R.S.

Catalog Number: IRSD-82018

Personnel

Mike Peters vocals
Dave Sharp guitar
Eddie Macdonald bass
Twist drums

Tracks

1.  Sold me Down the River  5:25
2.  The Rock  4:39
3.  Devolution Workin' Man Blues  4:11
4.  Love Don't Come Easy  4:08
5.  Hardland  4:09
6.  Change II  2:52
7.  No Frontiers  3:53
8.  Scarlet  4:17
9.  Where a Town Once Stood  4:09
10.  Black Sun  4:30
11.  Prison Without Prison Bars  3:48
12.  How the Mighty Fall  4:19
13.  Rivers to Cross  3:42
14.  A New South Wales  4:46
  
Total Running Time:  58:48

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Gar Date: July 16, 2002 at 17:50
Some really good songs on this one. Too bad the weak ones outnumber them. Great band, average album.

From: robert Date: December 12, 2003 at 22:52
7º disco!! tampoco lo tengo!! alguien sabe algo??

From: Lucas Date: March 30, 2004 at 14:47
No me parece que esta banda merezca ser juntada con el resto bajo el rotulo de "hard rock" si se tiene en cuenta que estan bandas como Aerosmith, o Motley Cure, yo este disco lo tengo, y tengo Raw que aun no lo escuche. Los vi en vivo hace un par de meses atras a la vuelta de mi casa y suenan mas grunge que "hard rock".

From: illimey Date: May 2, 2004 at 21:54
Oh, how I love this music! Didn't really notice The Alarm 'back in the day', but had one album for a while years ago and then just recently picked this up for a buck or two. This is real emotion, quality musicianship and honest songwriting. Some of the tracks aren't exactly originality itself but baby I don't care. Mike Peters gave his all to this project, and he is STILL giving his all to his native country and his fans. Wonderful, genuine talent. Fav track? :confused 'Where a Town Once Stood'?

From: illimey Date: May 2, 2004 at 21:57
Oops. Forgot the second ":" for my 'confused' smiley so it came out like this: ":confused" instead of like this "". Hope I didn't confuse anyone.

From: jeeptravel Date: October 5, 2004 at 14:18
The guitar work on this album is awesome. Melodic yet crunching with bite. Dave Sharp finds chords and pieces of chords on the neck that other players never knew. If nothing else, you can wait as you listen to this song for many many guitar crunches that make most pop guitar work today look amateur.

From: jeeptravel Date: October 5, 2004 at 14:18
The guitar work on this album is awesome. Melodic yet crunching with bite. Dave Sharp finds chords and pieces of chords on the neck that other players never knew. If nothing else, you can wait as you listen to this song for many many guitar crunches that make most pop guitar work today look amateur.

From: juan carlos Date: November 15, 2007 at 12:43
Básicamente es Rock con toques Bluesy/Country, Buena voz la de Mike Peters con su timbre de voz a lo Bono(lo cual siempre se le achacó). Inician con el clásico "Sold me Down the River" ok pero me quedo con "No Frontiers" y "Hardland" como las mejores. la acústica melódica "How the Mighty Fall", "Black Sun"(U2?), y "Change II" rockerilla con mucho gusto mis otra gustables. Si está esto pues propondría que pongan el "Long Line" de PETER WOLF, un gran disco de rock nostálgico y sentimental. 7.8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 27, 2011 at 8:54
Another nice release by the Alarm...probably with a more rocking approach than their previews ones...about Mike Peter's voice is not a secret its similarity with Bono(for good or for bad)wich has somehow condemned him(for bad or for good)...about the tracks,my faves are "Sold Me Down The River" that was their hit in here,"The Rock","Hardline","Change II","No Frontiers"(with a bit of AOR added to it),"Black Sun"(reminds me of The Cult ) & "How The Mighty Fall"(solid nice)...in general lines a very good album 2 have indeed!!!...90/100


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