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F.L.M. (song)

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"F.L.M." (Fun, Love and Money) is a hit song that became the third single of British pop duo Mel and Kim. It was written and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman and a UK number seven single in 1987. It was the title track to F.L.M., their debut album.

"F.L.M."
Single by Mel and Kim
from the album F.L.M.
ReleasedJune 1987
Format7" single
12" maxi
Recorded1987
GenreDance-pop
LabelSupreme
Songwriter(s)Stock Aitken Waterman
Producer(s)Stock Aitken Waterman
Mel and Kim singles chronology
"Respectable"
(1987)
"F.L.M."
(1987)
"That's the Way It Is"
(1988)
"Respectable"
(1987)
"F.L.M."
(1987)
"That's the Way It Is"
(1988)

In 1988, Morris Minor and the Majors parodied F.L.M. in their song, This is the Chorus; they joked that it stood for "fun, love, and monotony."

UK releasesEdit

7" (SUPE 113)
  1. "F.L.M."
  2. "F.L.M." (instrumental/Senza Voce)
12" (SUPE T 113)
  1. "F.L.M." (Extended mix)
  2. "F.L.M." (Club mix)
  3. "F.L.M." ([original] Dub mix)
12" picture disc (SUPE TP 113)
  1. "F.L.M." (Extended mix)
  2. "F.L.M." (Club mix)
  3. "F.L.M." ([original] Dub mix)
12" remix (SUPE TX 113)
  1. "F.L.M." (Two Grooves Under One Nation remix/Chic Le Freak mix)
  2. "F.L.M." ([Two Grooves Under One Nation] Dub mix)
Cassette single (CSUPE113)
  1. "F.L.M." (Auto Mix)
  2. "Showing Out/Respectable" Megamix
  3. "F.L.M." (7" version)

Official mixesEdit

  • Album version 3:55
  • 7" version 3:33
  • Instrumental/Senza Voce 3:35
  • Extended mix 7:50
  • Club mix 5:37
  • [original] Dub mix 4:00
  • Auto mix 7:24
  • Two Grooves Under One Nation remix/Chic Le Freak mix) 8.10 – mixed with Chic's Le Freak
  • [Two Grooves Under One Nation] Dub mix 4:30