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Rain In The Summertime - The Alarm - Eye Of The Hurricane (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Rain In The Summertime Lyrics: Under the anvil of the sun / Sweat, like a train / I come, I come / My body to dust / Scorched by the might of the sun / Burning light, burning white heat / Like.
  2. I love to feel the rain in the summertime I love to feel the rain on my face And then I run 'til the breath tears my throat 'Til the pain hits my side As if I run fast enough I can leave all the pain and the sadness behind I love to feel the rain in the summertime I love to feel the rain on my face I love to feel the rain in the summertime I.
  3. Jul 16,  · Rain In The Summertime was first released as the a single in October and then appeared on the Eye Of The Hurricane album released in November
  4. Rain in the Summertime This song is by The Alarm and appears on the album Eye of the Hurricane () and on the album Standards ().
  5. Rain in the summertime can provide welcome relief from the blistering sun. The song deals with the internal struggles The Alarm were facing. They had great expectations after releasing their first EP in and touring with U2, but over the next few years they couldn't chase down a hit and found themselves in rough financial waters, leading to tension in the group.
  6. Change is the fourth studio album by The Alarm. It was released in September on IRS Records. The album was released initially on vinyl LP, cassette and CD, reaching No. 13 in the UK charts and No. 75 in the US charts. An extended re-mastered version was released, including extra tracks.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Eye Of The Hurricane on Discogs.4/5(2).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Eye Of The Hurricane on Discogs.3/5(4).
  9. The signal hit here was "Rain In The Summertime," an overproduced leadoff track followed by "Rescue Me" and "Presence Of Love." All three tracks got AOR radio play in the U.S., so you couldn't say the Alarm wasn't getting exposure, especially when they were .