The Farm

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Members include: Steven Levy, George Maher, Keith Mullin, Roy Boulter, Steve Grimes, Peter Hooton, Ben Leach, Phillip Strongman, Anthony Evans, Andy McVann, and John Melvin.

The Farm is a Liverpool based band that became popular in 1990. The group's most popular releases bridged the gap between late-'80s dance music and classic pop/rock stylings.
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Albums

The Farm - Spartacus album art The Farm Spartacus (Album, EP, Comp) Produce Records (2) UK & Europe 1991 Sell This Version
TCD 0083 The Farm - In Concert-515 album art The Farm In Concert-515(CD, Transcription) BBC Transcription TCD 0083 UK 1991 Sell This Version
The Farm - Love See No Colour album art The Farm Love See No Colour (Album) End Product Spain 1992 Sell This Version
The Farm - Hullabaloo album art The Farm Hullabaloo (Album) Sire Canada 1994 Sell This Version
CRIDE 76, CRIDE 76Z The Farm - All Together With The Farm (Live) album art The Farm All Together With The Farm (Live)(CD, Album) Secret Records Limited, Secret Records Limited CRIDE 76, CRIDE 76Z 2007 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

End 1 The Farm - Hearts And Minds album art The Farm Hearts And Minds(12") End Product End 1 UK 1984 Sell This Version
The Farm - Steps Of Emotion album art The Farm Steps Of Emotion (Single) PA Records UK 1985 Sell This Version
The Farm - Some People album art The Farm Some People Fire Records UK 1986 Sell This Version
The Farm - Body And Soul album art The Farm Body And Soul Foresight Records (2) UK 1989 Sell This Version
The Farm - Stepping Stone /  Family Of Man album art The Farm Stepping Stone / Family Of Man (Single, Maxi) Produce Records (2) UK 1990 Sell This Version
The Farm - Groovy Train album art The Farm Groovy Train (Single, Maxi) Produce Records (2) UK 1990 Sell This Version
The Farm - All Together Now album art The Farm All Together Now (Single, Maxi) Produce Records (2) UK 1990 Sell This Version
The Farm - Love See No Colour album art The Farm Love See No Colour (Single) Produce Records (2) UK 1991 Sell This Version
MILK LP 1 RT The Farm - Spartacus Re-mixes album art The Farm Spartacus Re-mixes(12", Smplr, W/Lbl) Produce Records (2) MILK LP 1 RT UK 1991 Sell This Version
The Farm - Don't Let Me Down album art The Farm Don't Let Me Down (Single, Maxi) Produce Records (2) Europe 1991 Sell This Version
The Farm - Talk album art The Farm Talk Optimum Records (3) UK 1991 Sell This Version
The Farm - Sinful! album art Pete Wylie & The Farm Pete Wylie & The Farm - Sinful! (Single) Siren (3) UK 1991 Sell This Version
The Farm - Mind album art The Farm Mind (Single) Produce Records (2), Produce Records (2) UK 1991 Sell This Version
The Farm - Don't You Want Me album art The Farm Don't You Want Me (Single, Maxi) End Product, End Product UK 1992 Sell This Version
The Farm - Rising Sun album art The Farm Rising Sun (Single, Maxi) End Product Spain 1992 Sell This Version
6581734 The Farm - Rising Sun album art The Farm Rising Sun(Cass, Single) Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. 6581734 UK 1992 Sell This Version
The Farm - Messiah album art The Farm Messiah (Single) Sire, Reprise Records US 1994 Sell This Version
PRO-CD-7078-R The Farm - Comfort album art The Farm Comfort(CD, Single, Promo) Sire, Reprise Records PRO-CD-7078-R US 1994 Sell This Version
The Farm - Feel The Love EP album art The Farm Feel The Love EP (EP, Single) Not On Label UK 2017 Sell This Version

Compilations

The Farm - Pastures Old And New album art The Farm Pastures Old And New (Comp) Fire Records UK 1986 Sell This Version

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Numanoid

Numanoid

May 5, 2018
I think The Farm packed it in too early, the band's early 90's dance-rock would have translated rather easily to later 90's brit-pop vogue. "Hullabaloo" was not the best attempt at such a transition, but their large live/football following should have meant that they had the backing while updating their sound for the future.
mjb

mjb

July 14, 2017
Despite not being from Manchester, The Farm had just enough chunky, shuffly beats and pop prowess to be a mainstay of the UK dance-rock scene of the early '90s. Nevertheless, the near perfection of "Groovy Train" was never to be matched. Slightly too tepid to find much favor with alternative rock fans, slightly too alternative to compete with the likes of Jesus Jones and EMF, and just not good enough to compete with the Madchester bands, The Farm faded quickly. The dodgy vocals on all of their "Groovy Train" followups didn't help, either.

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