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The Alarm

Welsh rock band

The Alarm

Welsh rock band
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Biography

The Alarm are a Welsh rock band that formed in Rhyl, Wales, in 1981. Initially formed as a punk band, The Toilets, in 1977, under lead vocalist Mike Peters, the band soon embraced rock and included marked influences from Welsh language and culture. By opening for acts such as U2 and Bob Dylan, they became a popular new wave pop band of the 1980s.
The Alarm’s highest charting single in Britain was 1983’s “Sixty Eight Guns”, which reached number 17 in the UK Singles Chart. Their 1984 album, Declaration, which contained “Sixty Eight Guns”, peaked at number six in the UK Albums Chart.

Associated Acts

Quasimodo PAX The Toilets Seventeen U2 Big Country Dead Men Walking Coloursound

Genres

Alternative rock, new wave

Origin

Rhyl, Wales, United Kingdom

Years Active

1981 1991 1999 present

Name

The Alarm

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