Yet another small signing by New Wave of English Heavy Metal’s defining label, Neat Documents. Croydon five-piece Sabre shown a very natural but energetic audio (and excruciatingly poor lyrics) on the 1983 single launch “Miracle Guy,” and its own marginally even more relevant B-side “Within the Loose.” Created in past due 1980, and offering vocalist John Ward, guitarists Nick Fusco and Alan Beschi, bassist Geoff Gillespie, and drummer Allan Angold, Sabre had been twice pointed out in Kerrang! magazine’s “Armed and Prepared” section before becoming asked by Neat to lead the track “Cry towards the Blowing wind” to 1982’s 60 Moments Plus metallic compilation. These single duly adopted, while “Within the Loose” ultimately made an appearance on 2002’s The Fire Burns On: THE VERY BEST of Neat Information. Regardless of the band’s commonalities to labelmates Persian Risk, and early materials from the considerably better known Tygers of Skillet Tang, “Within the Loose” was the last anyone have you ever heard of Sabre.