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Alternative Pop/Rock Alternative/Indie Rock Album Rock College Rock New Wave Punk/New Wave. Eddie Macdonald, Mike Peters. 3. Right Back Where I Started From. 4. Rain in the Summertime. Eddie Macdonald, Mike Peters, Dave Sharp. 6. In the Big Country.
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The Alarm's 1983 signature tune, 68 Guns (. .will never die, our battle cry"), said it all, but In the Poppy Fields says it again. This time, the target of leader Mike Peters' rancour is time itself, and the realisation that there's not enough of it. Still bellicose, he evokes the mullet-minded old days on The Rock and Roll and 45RPM, then looks to the future (with utmost reluctance, judging by the throat-shredding angst packed into every syllable) on New Home, New Life.
|4||The Drunk And The Disorderly||6:42|
|5||Federal Motor Voter||2:35|
|7||New Home New Life||4:52|
|8||The Rock And Roll||4:28|
|10||Right Back Where I Started From||4:06|
|12||In The Poppy Fields||4:32|
|13||45 R.P.M. Bonus Enhanced VideoTrack|
- Bass, Backing Vocals – Craig Adams
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Steve Grantley
- Guitar [6 String Electric & Acoustic], Twelve-String Guitar [Acoustic, Electric], Backing Vocals – James Stevenson
- Piano, Backing Vocals – Jules Jones
- Piano, Organ [Hammond] – Mark Taylor
- Producer, Mixed By – Steve Brown
- Strings, Effects – Mark O'Grady
- Vocals, Guitar [Electric & Acoustic], Harmonica – Mike Peters
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