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EMF - Schubert Dip album mp3

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Children
Backing Vocals – Claudia Fontaine
A2 Long Summer Days 3:52
A3 When You're Mine
Featuring – DJ Milf
A4 Travelling Not Running
Backing Vocals – Laurane McIntosh*, Sindy Finn
A5 I Believe
Backing Vocals – Claudia Fontaine
B1 Unbelievable
Featuring – DJ Milf
B2 Girl Of An Age
Backing Vocals – Claudia Fontaine
B3 Admit It 3:27
B4 Lies
Backing Vocals – Claudia Fontaine
B5 Longtime 4:27
B6 EMF - "Live At The Bilson" 3:47

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – The Bilson Inn


  • Bass – Zac Foley
  • Drums – Mark Decloedt
  • Keyboards, Guitar – Ian Dench
  • Mixed By – Ian Dench (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to B5), Ralph Jezzard
  • Photography By – Kevin Westenberg
  • Producer – Pascal Gabriel (tracks: A1 to A5, B2, B4, B5), Ralph Jezzard (tracks: A1 to B5)
  • Sampler [Samples] – Derry Brownson
  • Sleeve – EMF, Green Ink
  • Vocals – James Atkin


Track B6 is not shown on the cover or inner sleeve.

℗1991 except B1 (+B6) ℗1990 EMI Records Ltd.
©1991 EMI Records Ltd.

All tracks produced by Pascal Gabriel & Ralph Jezzard except B1 and B3 produced by Ralph Jezzard.
All tracks mixed by Ralph Jezzard & Ian Dench, except B1 and B6 mixed by Ralph Jezzard.

B6 recorded live at The Bilson Inn, Forest of Dean.

Made in EEC

Embossed EMI logo on back cover (bottom right)

Catalog numbers:
064 7 96238 1: Back cover
064-7 96238 1: Spine, labels & inner sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 077779 623815
  • Label Code: LC 0299
  • Rights Society: BIEM GEMA
  • Other (Distribution Code): France: PM 264
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 064-7 96238 1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 064-7 96238 1 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side A): 7962381-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B): 7962381-B1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0077779623815

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDP 7 96238 2, CDPCS 7353 EMF Schubert Dip ‎(CD, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone CDP 7 96238 2, CDPCS 7353 UK & Europe 1991
64 7962 381 EMF Schubert Dip ‎(LP, Album) EMI ITALIANA S.p.A., Parlophone 64 7962 381 Italy 1991
MC-7-S 3034375 EMF Schubert Dip ‎(Cass, Album, Tra) Jugoton, Parlophone MC-7-S 3034375 Yugoslavia 1991
E1-96238 EMF Schubert Dip ‎(LP, Album, Promo) EMI USA E1-96238 US 1991
79 6238 1 EMF Schubert Dip ‎(LP, Album) Parlophone 79 6238 1 Portugal 1991

EMF - Schubert Dip album mp3
Performer: EMF
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: Schubert Dip
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 1991
Style: Leftfield, Synth-pop
MP3 version ZIP size: 1780 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1201 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 807
Other Formats: FLAC MMF AC3 MPC MP1 VOC MP4

'Believe' it or not but EMF werent some Blink 182 pre-date... In fact it was a seriously derranged pop group with great sense of misleading the teenagers of the year 1991. Appearing in a darling boy-band concept, EMF was unknown abbreviation until all hell broke lose when it turned out meaning 'Ecstasy Mother Fuckers' (or Epson Mad Funkers for censorship-lovers) : ) Well, personally I still dislike that good ol' 'Unbelievable' drag-of-a-hit-single but 'Schubert Dip' if not clumsy with samples (Kermit the frog for instance) works much better on other levels - take 'Children' for example... a gorgeous slide-in opener, sample hard core madchester bandwagon jumping... Maybe too calculating regarding the question where the record hits with every next track but 'Long Summer Days', 'When You're Mine', etc. etc. squeeze out the best of the Roses' orange juice... The song 'Lies', however, is a different pair of shoes - with subversive opening line from John Lennon's killer himself (a rumour has it this was forced alteration after Yoko complained so beware of later copies for they have no spicy content any more). Two hits, 'Unbelievable' and 'I Believe' - the latter accused by many as a straight rewrite, remain dancefloor favourites from time to time. The rest of the material, just like the group itself, keeps on collecting dust. The highlight of their debut doesn't come in any of its hits or misses... it comes in a closing live piece which proved it was a blast.
It's so easy
Yes it is true some versions of this album come without the MDC spoken word intro to Lies. Considering he was reciting one of Lennon's lyrics, it's no wonder Yoko would want to have it pulled.