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Tuesday 1st March 2005

Established band After The Fire are linking up with Christian Aid

ROCK BAND After The Fire, who in the 70s built a huge UK following and have recently reformed, have been asked to re-record their 1979 song "One Rule For You". The single is being recorded in association with Christian Aid as part of the Trade Justice campaign Make Poverty History. After The Fire's press officer Mick Farrer said, "The band is relishing the opportunity to both work with Christian Aid and to be involved with such a high profile campaign." In addition to the single, being recorded in their own studios and Eastbourne's ICC Studios, the band will be cutting other songs including "Forged From Faith," a new composition performed for the first time last November. CR

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