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Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

FM - Direct To Disc Direct To Disc
Prog Audiophile - LP LBR 1001 Labyrinth
Canada Only, Limited Edition, Direct-To-Disc Original. The Band's Self-Released 1978 Debut. This Is The Original Release, Years before It Was re-Released Under The Title "Head Room." FM Are Ben Mink, Cameron Hawkins And Martin Deller.... more details
 
FM - Head Room Head Room
Prog Audiophile - LP LBR 1001 Discwasher
1977 Canada Only, Limited Edition, Direct-To-Disc Recording, Gatefold Jacket Reissue. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
FM - Black Noise Black Noise
Prog Used - LP 7007 Visa
1979 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve. Touch Of Ring Wear. “Mixing Cold, Mechanical Instrumentation With The Sizzle Of Keyboards, FM Played An Irregular Style Of Progressive Music That Sounded Isolated And Pleasantly Hollow. Even The Warmth Of Cameron Hawkins Voice Can't Take Away The Harshness In The Sound, Which Is Why This Album Portrays Mood So Effectively. "Phasors On Stun" Sounds Like It's Sung From The Blackness Of Space, With Piercing Laser Blasts Shooting Through The Body Of The Song. "Hours" Is A Stellar Array Of Synth, Drums, And "Effects" That Musically Casts An Image Of Time Travel, While "Slaughter In Robot Village" Uses Glockenspiel, Electric Violins, And Mandolin To Illustrate A Battle Between Gigantic Metal Beasts. Nash The Slash Uses His Voice And His Violins To Conjure Up A Science Fiction Motif That Is Convincing Through All Eight Songs. FM's Music Relies On Loose Structure And Small Surges Of Numerous Instruments To Create A Large Sound. Black Noise Is A Prime Example Of How Well Instruments Can Be Used To Convey, Shape And Utilize Imagery.” – Mike DeGagne, All Music Guide... more details
 
FM - Surveillance Surveillance
Prog Used - LP AB4246 Passport
1979 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
FM - City Of Fear City Of Fear
Pop New - LP PB 6004 Passport
Sealed 1980 Gatefold Original. Saw Cut. 4 Stars. “The Last Album FM Released Before Going Into Hiatus, City Of Fear Showed The Band Moving More Toward A Pop Sound While Still Retaining A Firm Grip On Their Progressive Rock Tendencies; Though You Could Certainly Point Toward Either Rush Or Yes As Comparison Points For The Sound Of This Album, It Would Probably Be More Accurate To Look At The Forward-Thinking Peter Gabriel Albums From Around The Same Period. The Production Is Very Crisp, Songs Are Fairly Tightly Written, And There's A Fairly Dark And Menacing Edge To The Sound Here -- Keyboards And Other Electric/Electronic Instruments Add A Fairly Dissonant Edge To The Otherwise Traditional Songwriting, Which Adds A Very Fitting Claustrophobic Feel For An Album So Titled.” Sean Carruthers, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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