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1.62 | 14 ratings | 2 reviews | 7% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Magic (in your eyes) (5:12)
2. Dream girl (4:16)
3. She does what she wants (3:50)
4. I'm not mad (ready for the world) (3:39)
5. Alone together (4:55)
6. Take the time to dream (4:37)
7. Lost in thought (when I got caught) (3:34)
8. Good vibrations (4:21)
9. The real thing (4:00)
10. (On the) night flight (4:40)

Total Time: 43:04

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Line-up / Musicians

- Simon Brierley: acoustic & electric guitars, backing vocals
- Greg Critchley / drums, lead vocals (9), backing vocals
- Cameron Hawkins / lead & backing vocals, keyboards, bass
- Nash the Slash / lead & backing vocals, electric mandolin, hormonica, violin, bouzouki, mandola
+ Michael Waite / bass voices, backing vocals

Releases information

LP Duke Street DSR-31042

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FM Tonight ratings distribution


1.62
(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(7%)
7%
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(14%)
14%
Good, but non-essential (7%)
7%
Collectors/fans only (36%)
36%
Poor. Only for completionists (36%)
36%

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Review by SouthSideoftheSky
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Symphonic Team
1 stars One of the Beach Boys strapped to the snowy Canadian landscape?

One decade after FM's debut album they put out Tonight, which was to be their last album (until 2015's Transformation). Together with the previous Con-Test from 1985, Tonight is FM at their worst. This album is very much of its time and that is not a good thing when the time in question is the mid-1980's! All traces of progressive Rock are eradicated and the band's trademarks are pretty much completely gone. FM are close to New Wave territory here with the music found on Tonight often reminding me of The Cars. The melodies are slightly more catchy than on the dull Con-Test, but in the end these albums are no more than barely listenable.

They pull off a lame cover of The Beach Boys Good Vibrations which is as cold as the snowy landscape on the cover image. At first I didn't notice the snow covered human body in the middle of the picture, oddly strapped to the ground preventing it from floating off! Actually, the cover art is the best thing about this album.

Not recommended unless you are a FM completionist.

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2 stars This album wades even further into 80's AOR land than the previous album. There are some nice pop songs here, but that is the best you can say about this. The distinctive electric violin is gone and the electric mandolin is supposed to be there, but you really don't notice it. The cover of the ... (read more)

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