FM – Heroes and Villains (2015)

FM_HeroesVillains4 out of 5 Stars!

In my opinion, England’s FM (not to be confused with the Canadian Prog-Rock band) is not only one of the finest AOR/Hard Rock acts to have emerged in the mid-’80s, but a band that features perhaps one of the finest, most recognizable lead vocalists in the genre, a chap by the name of Steve Overland (Shadowman/The Ladder/Overland/Wildlife).

Indeed, every album by this group (or any band where Steve is behind the microphone) is generally a melodic treat for AOR fans, and even in this new century, FM releases nothing but top-quality material, including the tracks on the more recent Heroes and Villains album, such as the catchy and upbeat “Call on Me,” “Big Brother,” “Life is a Highway,” “Diggin’ Up the Dirt,” “Shape I’m In,” “Fire and Rain,” as well as the emotional ballads “Incredible” and “Walking With Angels.”

AOR gold!

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