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The Farm (recording studio)

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Industry  Music
Type of business  Recording studio
Founded  November 1980
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Area served  Fisher Lane, Chiddingfold, Surrey, England
Areas served  Fisher Lane, Chiddingfold, Surrey

Fisher Lane Farm is the main recording studio of the English progressive rock band Genesis. The studio is located in Chiddingfold, Surrey, England. Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks and Phil Collins have also recorded there as solo artists, or on side projects (e.g. Mike + The Mechanics), including ...But Seriously, the fourth solo studio album released by Collins, which reached the number one position all over the world. Genesis recorded every album since Abacab in this studio, including Genesis, Invisible Touch and We Can't Dance; all of them became the best-selling albums released by the band.

The Farm was initially formed by a cowshed located beside a cottage, hence the full name "Fisher Lane Farm". It was remodelled into a studio in 1980, shortly before Genesis recorded their album Abacab. In 1984, a new control room was added to the building, leaving the original control room to be an editing room. The cottage was sold to Genesis in 2000, and was retained as the band's main recording studio.

In March 2016, the studio filed for insolvency.

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