Recognition (EP)

Recognition (EP)

Infobox Album
Name = Recognition
Type = ep
Artist = Europeans


Released = Start date|1983
Recorded = Townhouse studios, London
The Manor Studio, Oxfordshire; Start date|1983
Genre = New Wave
Length =
Label = A&M Records
Producer = Vic Coppersmith-Heaven, David Lord, Trevor Vallis
Reviews =
Last album =
This album = "Recognition EP"
(1983)
Next album = "Vocabulary"
(1983)

"Recognition" is the name of the Extended Play vinyl record (an EP) released in 1983 on A&M records by Scottish rock band Europeans.

Track listing

"All tracks written by Dugmore/Harper/Hogarth/Woore."
#"A.E.I.O.U."
#"Recognition"
#"Innocence"
#"Spirit of Youth"
#"American People"
#"Kingdom Come"

The song "Kingdom Come" strives to be chilling, eerie and prophetic. The beat is much slower than that of a typical rock song, and even slower than a typical reggae beat. The lyrics, dealing with a more serious issue than their other songs (the inequality and injustice of capitalism) include these phrases: "They realize something terrifying / They know why we've been going so wrong."

Personnel

*Colin Woore - guitar, backing vocals
*Steve Hogarth - synthesizer, vocals
*Ferg Harper - bass guitar, lead vocals
*Geoff Dugmore - drums, percussion, backing vocals


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