|1||Feels Like Heaven (extended)|
|2||Feels Like Heaven|
|3||Don't Make Me Cry|
|4||(Feels Like) Heaven [Extended Version]|
|5||(Feels Like) Heaven (maxi)|
|6||Not the Only One (long version)|
|7||Not the Only One|
|9||The First Step|
|11||Ghost of Love|
|12||Heart and Mind|
|13||(Feels Like) Heaven|
|14||(Feels Like) Heaven (12")|
Fiction Factory was a Scottish new wave band from Perth. Formed in 1983, they are known to mainstream audiences solely for their debut single "(Feels Like) Heaven", which peaked at #6 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was written by Eddie Jordan and Kevin Patterson.
Before they began Fiction Factory, Kevin Patterson (vocals), Eddie Jordan (keyboards), Grant Taylor (trumpet) and Chic Medley (guitar) played in skinhead ska band The Rude Boys (later shortened to The RB's). Asked by CBS to create a concert-playing band, they enlisted Graham McGregor (bass) and Mike Ogletree (drums and percussion), a former member of Simple Minds and Café Jacques.