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The '80s had its own version of 'Farrenheit' ... even if the spelling is a bit off

You know Fahrenheit 451 the novel; Fahrenheit 911 the movie and Fahrenheit 7800 the Bon Jovi album, but this is Lost and Found and today it's just plain old Farrenheit and another lost AOR nugget called Fool In Love.

The origins of Farrenheit started in Boston when singer/guitarist Charlie Farren and bassist David Hull joined the Joe Perry Project when Perry took a break from Aerosmith. After one album, Perry returned to Aerosmith and Farren and Hull joined forces with Hull legally changing his last name to Heit all paving the way to naming their new band Farrenheit. The result was the most excellent single Fool In Love.

Fool In Love is a melodic rocker that was a minor hit on the Mainstream Rock Charts in 1987. Farrenheit never panned out and Farren spent over twenty years working for Hewlett Packard before retiring to resume working on his music. http://www.charliefarren.com/

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