Hello Europe

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Hello Europe
Studio album by The Times
Released 1984
Genre Post punk, Indie
Label Artpop! Records - ART 17
Producer Ian Shaw and The Times
The Times chronology
This Is London
Hello Europe
Go! With The Times

Hello Europe is third album by West London Post punk and Indie band The Times released in 1984.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Side A

  1. Radiate
  2. Blue Fire
  3. Victory Drums
  4. Everything Turns To Black And White
  5. Boys Brigade

Side B

  1. Where The Blue Begins
  2. Public Reaction Killed This Cat
  3. Faith
  4. Things Weve Learnt
  5. Kulturshock


  • John East (bass, vocals)
  • Paul Damien (drums, vocals)
  • Edward Ball (vocals, guitar)
  • The Rhinoceros Horns (horns)
  • Anthony Thistlethwaite (saxophone)
  • Barbara Snow (trumpet)