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    Dead Man's Shoes

    • Year Released: 1995
    Dead Man's Shoes is a studio recorded album released by British AOR/hard rock band FM. Dead Man's Shoes was released in 1995 on the Raw Power record label.
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    Indiscreet

    • Year Released: 1986
    Indiscreet is the debut album from British AOR/hard rock band FM. Indiscreet was originally released in 1986 on the Portrait Records label, a sister label of Epic Records. The song "Frozen Heart" became a moderately successful single. The song "That Girl" was covered by Iron Maiden as a B'side to their single "Stranger in a Strange Land". This is likely because future FM member Andy Barnett (who was actually not a member of FM for this album) is a friend of Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith and they had written "That Girl" together for the The Entire Population of Hackney project beforehand. They would later play together again on Smith's ASAP project. Produced, arranged and engineered by Merv Goldsworthy, Steve Overland, Pete Jupp, Chris Overland, Didge Digital and Dave King. Assisted by Alan Moulder, Pete Woodroffe, George Shilling and Mark Robinson. Recorded at Mediterranean Studios (Ibiza), Comforts Place (Surrey) and Livingston Studios (London).
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    Metropolis

    • Year Released: 2010
    Metropolis is the long-awaited sixth studio album released by British AOR/hard rock band FM, their first since 1995. FM reformed in 2007 to headline Firefest IV, and following Andy Barnett's subsequent departure, FM recruited new guitarist Jim Kirkpatrick in time to once again headline Firefest in October 2009 and record the new album. Metropolis was produced by the band and recorded at various studios including world-renowned Metropolis Studios in London (providing the band with the inspiration for the album title itself), where famous clients include Queen and more recently The Who and The Black Eyed Peas. Metropolis was released 29 March 2010 by Riff City Records in the UK and on the AOR Heaven label in Europe, with tracks from the album gaining airplay on many significant radio stations, including a coveted place on the BBC Radio 2 playlist.
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    Takin' It to the Streets

    • Year Released: 1991
    Takin' It To The Streets is the third studio album released by British AOR/hard rock band FM. Takin' It To The Streets was released in 1991 on the Music For Nations record label. This album does not represent a real AOR genre, it is bit closer to hard rock. Produced by Merv Goldsworthy, Steve Overland, Pete Jupp, Andy Barnett and Didge Digital Engineered by Reg Hollywood and Andy Reilly Recorded at Ezee Studios (London) and The Old Chapel (Winchester) Mastered at The Hit Factory (London) by Tim Young
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    The Entire Population of Hackney

    • Year Released: 1985
    The Entire Population of Hackney is the name used for a project featuring members of Iron Maiden, FM and Urchin that played two concerts in 1985. It is also the name used for a bootleg recording of the first show. It is most notable for being the spark that would lead to Adrian Smith forming his ASAP project later on and ultimately his split with Iron Maiden in 1990 (He returned in 1999 and has since remained a member of the band, although he has pursued other projects). It is also notable for leading to the first Iron Maiden recording without the current lead singer on lead vocals. At the end of the 1985 World Slavery Tour, Iron Maiden took 6 months off, when Nicko McBrain's frustration of not playing after winding down from an extensive Maiden tour and looking at a six month break, drove him to rent a rehearsal studio and invite Adrian Smith along to jam. The two invited more friends including: Dave Colwell (the one who wrote "Reach Out"), Andy Barnett as well as Martin Connoly, a friend of McBrain's who also played in Marshall Fury. Both Colwell and Barnett helped write "That Girl" during this project and it was later used with FM. McBrain arranged two gigs one under the name
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    Tough It Out

    • Year Released: 1989
    Tough it Out is the second studio album released by British AOR/hard rock band FM. Tough It Out is the follow-up album to their 1986 debut album Indiscreet and was released in 1989 on the Epic Records label. Produced by Neil Kernon Mixed by Nigel Green Recorded at CBS Rooftop Studios (London) and Air Studios (London) Mixed at Battery Studios (London) Assisted by Richard Hollywood, Karen Down and Andrew (Carb) Canelle (Rooftop), Matt Howe and Rupert Coulson (Air) and (Def) Geoff Hunt (Battery)
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