The Uk band Fiction Factory are forgotten one-hit wonders. Best-known for the Depeche Mode-ish solitary “(FEELS AS THOUGH) Heaven,” Fiction Manufacturing plant published soulful, melancholic pop tunes lighted by danceable synthesized rhythms and cool bass lines. Heaven 17 was a clear influence; nevertheless, the deep, ardent vocals of Kevin Patterson very easily challenged any costs of plagiarism. Featuring Patterson, Chic Medley (guitars), Graham McGregor (bass), Eddie Jordan (keyboards), and Mike Ogletree (drums, percussion), Fiction Manufacturing plant released their debut LP Toss the Warped Steering wheel Out in 1984; in addition they toured with Paul Youthful and O.M.D. “The Ghost of Like” was the album’s first solitary, nonetheless it didn’t possess the effect of its follow-up, “(FEELS AS THOUGH) Heaven.” “(FEELS AS THOUGH) Heaven” was popular on new influx radio stations in the us and in the Philippines. Misinterpreted by many radio listeners like a like song, “(FEELS AS THOUGH) Heaven” is in fact in regards to a bitter separation; towards the band’s dismay the monitor stereotyped them as purveyors of sentimental synth-pop ballads. “(FEELS AS THOUGH) Heaven” was revived in 1995 on Rhino’s CANNOT Obtain Enough: New Wave Hits from the 80s, Vol. 13, and Columbia reissued the Toss the Warped Steering wheel Out recording on Compact disc that 12 months. Fiction Manufacturing plant released another LP, Another Tale, in 1985 before divorce.