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Fmep

FMEP
EP by Fireball Ministry
Released May 15, 2001
Genre Stoner metal
Length 38:18
Label Small Stone Records
Fireball Ministry chronology
Ou Est La Rock?
(1999)
FMEP
(2001)
The Second Great Awakening (album)
(2003)

FMEP is the second studio album prior to their second full release The Second Great Awakening by Fireball Ministry. The first three tracks appear on that release. The remaining songs are covers. "Muscle Of Love" was originally performed by Alice Cooper, "Victim Of Changes" was originally performed by Judas Priest. "Fortunes" appears on Blue Explosion: A Tribute To Blue Cheer. "Cough/Cool" appears on Graven Images: A Tribute To The Misfits. "Movin' Out" appears on Right In The Nuts: A Tribute To Aerosmith.

Track listing

  1. "King" - 4:39
  2. "Choker" - 4:52
  3. "Maidens Of Venus" - 6:02
  4. "Muscle Of Love" - 3:27
  5. "Victim Of Changes" - 10:01
  6. "Fortunes" - 2:34
  7. "Cough/Cool" - 2:16
  8. "Movin' Out" - 4:25
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