I first started hearing DTMYLM back on the radio in 1982. I thought the guitar work sounded alot like Randy Rhoads, but I knew the vocals weren't Ozzy's. What frustrated me was that the D.J.s would never give the name of the band. I finally found out and although I was impressed I never got around to buying Dawn Patrol (college budget). Then in '83 I was in my car delivering Pizzas for Domino's and I heard Rock in America, I was blown away. I went right out and got Midnight Madness and was so impressed that I bought Dawn Patrol. From that point on I was a diehard, and have purchased every new disc ASAP.

- Alan Hood