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Rainer S

08 September 2011

Country:

1986 - Germany, 2011 - USA

17:33

Comment:

I saw you opening for Meat Loaf at the Philipshalle in Duesseldorf, Germany during his Bad Attitude Tour, and have been a vivid fan ever since. I am the proud owner of the Maxi-Vinyl "Frozen Heart" and all the LPs/albums/CDs ever since - thanks to NEH Records and Mike in Colorado. "Indiscreet" is a true classic, and you became a big part my life. Can't wait for the next 25!
Greetings from the US of A,

Rainer








Name:

Tom

08 September 2011

Country:


16:44

Comment:

Christ! 25 years eh? From the first vinyl singles to my original copy of Indiscreet (ON TAPE!!) to the huge FM CD collection of today, via many live shows and great friends... and the album still sounds amazing!
Long live FM - and here's to the next 25 !!








Name:

Dave_T

08 September 2011

Country:

Wales!

16:16

Comment

TOTALLY EPIC!
25 years and still my number one album!

Dave_T








Name:

Craig

08 September 2011

Country:

In 1986… England, in 2011… Canada

13:51

Comment:

25 years! Well bugger me!

I remember seeing the band supporting Gary Moore at Hammy O back in September 85 with my good friend Darren Mullett and thinking WOW!!! I had no idea who the band were or what they were called.
Skip forward to April 86 and I heard That Girl on the Radio One on a Saturday lunchtime. This time I caught the name of the band and off I went in search of vinyl at the local independent record store (remember those????). I got of the record and found out I'd missed the first single release of Frozen Heart, which I duly ordered there and then. I saw in Sounds or Melody maker that the band were playing the Marquee in Wardour St, London only a few day later. Darren & I headed off down there and managed to get ourselves at the front in front of Chris (this became our usual spot at FM gigs for a while). At the gig we heard what was to become Indiscreet plus a few others for the first time.
Numerous Marquee gigs, Reading Festival, the support slot with Magnum at St Albans City Hall and the first shows at The Astoria followed, by this time there were 4 of us regularly attending the gigs. I think I have the album on record, cassette & CD. All I need know is the re-mastered deluxe special edition re-release with all the b-sides etc and I'll have the full set (HINT! HINT!!!!).
Indiscreet is simply one of the best opening albums I've heard from any band ... straight up, no bull. It still reminds me of many good times with Darren, who sadly is no longer with us to see this anniversary.
Huge, huge thanks to Steve, Pete, Chris, Merv & Didge for making such a great great record and starting the road that leads us all here today.
And huge, huge thanks to Steve, Pete, Merv, Jem & Jim for being here today and still being hungry enough to give us the best they possibly can.








Name:

Robert Perry

08 September 2011

Country:

United Kingdom

13:35

Comment:

I've been blasting out the Indiscreet cd this morning and I thought about the Frozen Heart Double Pack single (with the live recordings of Hot Legs and Addicted To Love). And I remember being at an FM gig at the old Marquee and Steve announcing Love Lies Dying as the bands's new single just prior to the band playing it. Surely there must be complete recordings of those early gigs when they were promoting the album? And if so, what are the chance of another warts and all release, ala, Live At The Astoria?








Name:

Paul Cash

08 September 2011

Country:

England - UK

13:09

Comment:

WOW! I remember I used to play this 'LP', yes thats right 'LP' over and over and over again each night! 25 years later i'm not bored with it and still love it just as much...
I still get major goosebumps when I hear 'I belong to the night!'

Here's to another 25!!








Name:

Darg

08 September 2011

Country:

UK

10:53

Comment:

What can you say about an album that is a true classic, apart from how didn't sell more?

It was a perfect "Autumn" album for me, I remember listening to it on my Walkman going to college everyday. 25 years on and it is still in my car CD player - especially this time of year.

Looking forward to the "live" celebration already, not to mention the new material.

Someone posted on here what about re-recording it.....no need, you couldn't have done it any better.

Best Wishes

DB








Name:

HUw

08 September 2011

Country:

UK

10:53

Comment:

Bloody hell..remember scouring the shops when I was away for a wedding in Blackpool , and paying about £8 for a cassette copy which then dominated my musical landscape for months..happy days, thanks for creating them, guys . Then saw you supporting Magnum in St Albans and was hooked for life !








Name:

paul

08 September 2011  

Country:

england

10:34

Comment:

How about a new double cd? one a rerecording of the album, and the second a live recording of the album? P.





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