The Firm is the first studio album by the British rock band The Firm, released by Atlantic Records on 11 February 1985. Tracks ranged from the epic "Midnight Moonlight" based on a previously unreleased song by Led Zeppelin called "Swan Song", first tinkered with during the Physical Graffiti sessions, to the commercially successful "Radioactive". "Closer" employs a horn section to subtle effect. It also includes the Righteous Brothers' hit "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" with the fretless bass sound of Tony Franklin.
The Firm peaked at #17 on the Billboard 200 chart, and reached #15 on the UK Albums Chart. The song "Radioactive" topped Billboard's Top Rock Tracks chart for one week.