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Artist: FM

Title: Metropolis

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2010

Label: AOR Heaven

Catalog Number: 00040

Personnel

Jem Davis Keyboards
Jim Kirkpatrick Guitars
Merv Goldsworthy Bass
Pete Jupp Drums
Steve Overland Vocals, Guitars

Tracks

1.  Wildside  
2.  Hollow  
3.  Unbreakable  
4.  Flamingo Road  
5.  Metropolis  
6.  Over You  
7.  Days Gone By  
8.  Bring Back Yesterday  
9.  I Ain't the One  
10.  I Don't Need Nothing  
11.  The Extra Mile  
12.  Who'll Stop the Rain  
13.  Still the Fight Goes On  

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From: Rafo Phoenix Date: March 22, 2010 at 1:04
They are back with a Great AOR/Melodic Rock album Who'll Stop the Rain(OMG! AOR song of the year... 80's style is back again) Still the Fight Goes On, I Ain't the One, Bring Back Yesterday my 4 favs tracks, thanks always FM for the Great music 90/100.

From: erik Date: March 22, 2010 at 11:44
My copy from Hangloose records should be with me this week

From: juan carlos Date: March 23, 2010 at 14:58
Excellent to see a FM album, nice comeback! but not a great or awesome album, just Good Melodic Rock in my book. "Bring Back Yesterday" is my fav track here, "I Ain't the One" and "Still the Fight Goes On" are good ones too. 8.5/10

From: MetalllianStallion Date: April 12, 2010 at 22:15
Never a huge fan of this band but the song 'Unbreakable' is the best song I have heard from this band since it's 80's prime. I blame the keyboardist Didge Digital(who's MIA on Metropolis) for killing the bands image early on with his DEVO/Village People stage presence. Steve's voice is aging like a fine wine as I enjoyed the whole album but 'unbreakable' is in a league all it's own.

From: erik Date: April 13, 2010 at 11:06
Being responsable for one THE all time great AOR/Melodic Rockreleases with Tough it Out they have always struggled in finding the fantastic writing form again. Rest assured though they are BACK. Killer album by FM. One of THE 2010 albums without a doubt ( together with the brilliant Coup de Grace of Treat). Two classic aor melodic rock bands back to where they belong. On top of the melodic rock ladder. Bring back Yesterday, I aint the One, Hollow, Days gone By,Flamingo Road, Dont need Nothin, Who will stop the Rain, Wildsie, Unbreakable, Still the Fight goes On are all flawless FM melodic rock, mid pased songs. Steve's magical voice is as always giving the songs that bit extra. Killer return. 92/100

From: masmusic Date: April 24, 2010 at 8:08
This is a record that took me a couple of listens to get into it! The more I played it the more I liked it. The production I find is a little weak. Lots of bass but not enought highs and mid range. Other than that this is a fine release 85/100

From: wilmerAORespinas Date: May 3, 2010 at 20:16
Fm gran banda A.O.R .. creo que desde sus dos primeros discos hasta el momento no han sacado un disco parejo con aquellos . y a este de 10 le doy 5 puntos ...

From: Wachen Date: May 15, 2010 at 16:08
At last, FM returns! One of my favourite bands ever and this time they don't disappoint (as was the case with "Dead Man's Shoes". This is their best since "Tough it out" back in 1989. Standout tracks are 2,3,8,9 & 12! Welcome back!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: May 28, 2010 at 18:40
It took 7 years for FM to release another album and well it was worth the wait!..great album by all means,maybe not as explendid as Indiscreet and Tough It Out but of course enjoyable 4 sure!.."wildside" is a great song and the first single of the album,"Hollow" is a very nice song,"Flamingo Road" is a rocky song,"Over You" is one of my faves,"Days Gone By" is a catchy song,"Bring Back Yesterday" is pleasent,"I Ain't The One" is another fave along with "I Don't Need Nothing" this one has a nice groovy sound,"Who'll Stop The Rain" and "Still The Fight Goes On" this one is soft and moody,a perfect and a different option to typical rock endings..is awesome that 50% of the band recorded a new album (Overland,Goldsworthy and Jupp)but i hope "someday" Didge Digital and Chris Overland return 2 the band,it would be magical!.92/100

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From: Jez Date: November 3, 2010 at 23:01
This has really got better & better with each subsequent spin. The blues keeps being mentioned alot around this release & although this does have a bluesy element to the sound say ala Bad Co.(always a bands name that crops up with latter day FM stuff), it isn't outright blues at all on any track, so don't let that word put you off. mid period 'Aphrodesiac' era, with maybe a couple of tracks that harken back to the good old days, but without the lush production of 'Indiscreet' or 'Tough It Out'. Of the 13 tracks, I'd count 2 as fillers ('Flamingo Road' & 'I Don't Need Nothing')but over the course of a nearly 70 minute disc, I'd say that's pretty damned good. Top tracks for me are 'Bring Back Yesterday' 'Who'll Stop The Rain', 'I Ain't The One' & 'Hollow'. Production is good & beefy without making it too 'smooth', which suits the present FM sound very well & I will keep on saying it over & over, Steve Overland really is one of the best vocalists this country has ever produced period.

From: 123charpenay Date: May 1, 2016 at 4:29
not their best record.this cd have not the level of "tough it out" and "heroes and vilains".we have several fillers track 2 a poor a o r song without interest and emotion,track 4 a hard rocking song the end of this song is really bad,track 11 a poor bluesy ballad track 13 a slow and long(too long)song and track 14 ,the japan bonus track a very average a o r song.nevertheless the others nine song are excellent.track 5 is a short but beautiful instrumental,tracks 3.6.8 and 12 are top class a o r songs,tracks 7.9 and 10 are really excellent.for make short i recommand this cd cause the good is superior to the bad.


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