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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
FM
Canada
 
 
City of Fear rock

Enlarge this picture! Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a remastered edition of the 1980 album by the Canadian Progressive Rock group FM, "City Of Fear”.
The band began life in 1976 with CAMERON HAWKINS (Synthesisers, Bass, Vocals) and NASH THE SLASH (Jeff Plewman) (Electric Violin, Mandolin, Vocals) coming together as a duo, making an appearance on national TV in Canada in the Summer of 1976. By March 1977 FM became a trio with the addition of MARTIN DELLAR on Drums. The band’s debut album followed. In 1978 Nash the Slash was been replaced by BEN MINK on Electric Violin and Mandolin. "City of Fear” was the fourth album by the band, released in 1980 and was produced by Synthesiser wizard Larry Fast (of Synergy and musician with Nektar and Peter Gabriel).
This Esoteric Recordings release is the first time "City of Fear” has been issued in Europe and has been newly remastered and includes an illustrated booklet and a new essay.

- Martin Deller / drums, acoustic & electric percussion
- Cameron Hawkins / lead vocals, bass, piano, synthesizers
- Ben Mink / acoustic & electric violins, acoustic & electric mandolins, vocals

1.Krakow (4:37)
2.Power (3:28)
3.Truth or Consequences (4:13)
4.Lost and Found (4:25)
5.City of Fear (5:07)
6.Surface to Air (5:18)
7.Up to You (4:21)
8.Silence (3:22)
9.Hiding the Thunder (4:06)
10.Nobody at All (4:09)
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ECLEC 2383 CD 1980   17.00
 
 
Surveillance rock

Enlarge this picture! The band began life in 1976 with CAMERON HAWKINS (Synthesisers, Bass, Vocals) and NASH THE SLASH (Jeff Plewman) (Electric Violin, Mandolin, Vocals) coming together as a duo, making an appearance on national TV in Canada in the Summer of 1976. By March 1977 FM became a trio with the addition of MARTIN DELLAR on Drums. The band’s debut album followed. By the end of the year Nash the Slash had been replaced by BEN MINK on Electric Violin and Mandolin. "Surveillance” was the third album by the band, released in 1979, and was a hit of the Progressive Rock genre in the USA and Canada.
This Esoteric Recordings release is the first time "Surveillance” has been issued in Europe and has been newly remastered and includes an illustrated booklet and a new essay.

- Martin Deller / drums, percussion
- Cameron Hawkins / lead vocals, bass, synthesizers, piano
- Ben Mink / electric violin, electric mandolin, vocals

1.Rocket roll (3:29)
2.Orion (1:33)
3.Horizons (4:21)
4.Random harvest (4:36)
5.Shapes of things (3:07)
6.Seventh Heaven (5:39)
7.Father time (4:23)
8.Sofa back (3:01)
9.Destruction (6:00)
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ECLEC 2382 CD 1979   17.00
 
 
Black Noise rock

Enlarge this picture! - Martin Deller / drums, percussion, Arp 2500 synthesizers
- Cameron Hawkins / lead vocals, piano, synths, bass, sequencer
- Nash the "Slash" / electric violin, vocals, elelectric mandolin, glockenspiel, f/x

1.Phasors on Stun
2.One o'Clock Tmorrow
3.Hours
4.Journey
5.Dialing for Dharma
6.Slaughter in Robot Village
7.Aldeberan
8.Black Noise
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ECLEC 2376 CD 1977   17.00