|Peter Farelly||Bass, Cover Art, Guitar, Vocals|
|Martin Foye||Drums, Percussion|
|Stephen Houston||Keyboards, Oboe, String Arrangements, Vocals|
|Vince McCusker||Composer, Guitar, Vocals|
|Michael Rennie||String Conductor|
Future Legends is the debut studio album by North Irish progressive rock band Fruupp. Recorded in July 1973 and produced by Denis Taylor, it was released on 5 October in the United Kingdom on the Dawn Records label, a subsidiary of Pye Records for underground and progressive rock music. To promote the album, the band undertook a two-month tour which finished on 29 November with a concert in The Whitla Hall, Belfast where they played with the Ulster Youth Orchestra.
The track “On a Clear Day” written by Stephen Houston featured in the first hundred vinyl pressings of Future Legends but was later withdrawn from the album. It resurfaced as a bonus track in the 2009 Esoteric Recordings remastered edition.
All tracks are written by Vincent McCusker, except “Graveyard Epistle” written by McCusker and Paul Charles, and “On a Clear Day” written by Stephen Houston.Join Us on Our Facebook Group