Spear of Destiny recreate and re-imagine ‘WorldService’.


Spear of Destiny have recreated and re-imagined the now classic 1985 top 20 hit ‘WorldService’.

With Kirk never being happy with the sounds and mix on the mid 80s original., this is an altogether different affair. Massive drums, guitars and voice coupled with wonderful keyboard sounds and real soulful brass take these amazing sounds to dazzling new heights.

Re-recording of ‘World Service’ 2020.

The original recording of this album was done in 1985. It was produced by seminal DJ Rusty Egan of The Blitz/Visage etc fame. He was brought in at my behest as no one, either management of band could agree on a producer.

Rusty produced what many have said is a classic album of Spear songs, both press and fans alike.

You could say why re-record what is a a classic album from the 1980s. You’d have a point. But, it has been my intention to re record this set of songs much more in line with what I feel they were originally written for, much more of a rock album, as opposed to a pop/rock album.

With the original recording there was a lot of compromise, which to my mind today, meant the albums worth of songs was never done the justice it deserved. I’m not trying to re write the past, I’m trying, and I believe we have succeeded, in doing this album justice, finally, to how it was meant to sound.

I can only thank my long standing band members, for helping me to achieve this with their sympathetic ears. We have played songs from this album for decades and I knew on this occasion, we would all step up to the mark with its re-recording. The proof is in the pudding.

World Service
Cole Younger
I Can See
Come Back
Once In Her Lifetime
Harlan County
Rekey Ship
Last Card
Somewhere In The East
Walk In My Shadow
All My Love
Up All Night
Young Man (Piano Version)