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Артист: Overland Название: Epic Жанр: Hard Rock Год выхода: 2014 Label: Escape Music / ESM 262 О музыке:
Steve Overland is a British singer/musician who was the lead vocalist and songwriter for the bands Wildlife, FM, The Ladder, Shadowman,
and his own group, Overland. Overland's nearly 30 year career began in his home county of East Anglia, where he and his brother Chris formed the
band Wildlife in 1980. The group were scouted by Adam Faith and soon signed to Chrysalis Records, who released the band's debut album, Burning,
in 1980. The band moved labels to the Led Zeppelin owned Swan Song Records for their 1983 self-titled follow up album, which featured Simon Kirke on
drums. The band were also managed for a short period by Peter Grant. The demise of Swan Song in 1983, meant that the Wildlife album was under
promoted, with an American release for the album being cancelled and the band split up soon after.
Overland next formed the AOR band FM, along with former Wildlife members Pete Jupp and Chris Overland. FM's first album, issued in 1986 on
Portrait Records, was named Indiscreet. The band's next album, Tough It Out, was released in 1989 with serious financial backing from Epic
Records, which was Portrait's parent company. For this album, the band brought in songwriter Desmond Child, known for his work on Bon Jovi's
album, Slippery When Wet. This 1986 to 1989 period saw the band at their commercial peak, scoring minor UK Chart hits with "Frozen Heart", "Bad Luck",
and the non-album release, "Let Love Be The Leader". The band toured as headline artists, as well as undertaking support slots with Bon Jovi, Tina
Turner and Meat Loaf.
The band was then ped by Epic Records and signed to Music for Nations for their third album, Takin' It to the Streets. The album displayed a
shift towards a more straightforward rock approach and also included a cover of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine", which was released as a single.
Chris Overland left the band in 1991 and was replaced by ex-Visage and ASAP guitarist, Andy Barnett. FM's fourth album,
Aphrodisiac, followed in 1992 and is often considered to be the band's best. The band then signed to the Raw Power label to record Dead
Man's Shoes, which featured new keyboard player, Jem Davis. In March 1996, Steve Overland and Pete Jupp decided to disband FM, forming the band
So! with Wishbone Ash bass player, Bob Skeat, soon after. So!'s debut album, Brass Monkey, had two very limited releases, with copies of either
release being difficult to come by.
Overland has recorded prolifically throughout the 2000s (decade), with the bands The Ladder, Shadowman, and latterly, with his solo albums, Break Away
and Diamond Dealer. In 2007, FM reformed for a one-off gig at Nottingham's Rock City. Overland has also appeared in the Broadway show Dreamtime,
which had a successful run at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
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1. Radio Radio (4:15)
2. If Looks Could Kill (4:34)
3. Stranded (5:30)
4. Rags to Riches (3:35)
5. Liberate My Heart (4:16)
6. Down Comes the Night (3:03)
7. If Your Heart's Not in It (4:17)
8. Rock Me (4:08)
9. So This Is Love (4:48)
10. Wild (4:00)
11. The End of the Road (5:21)
12. Time for Letting Go (5:46)