Stigma (EMF album)
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|Studio album by EMF|
|Released||28 September 1992|
|Genre||Alternative dance, alternative rock|
Stigma is the second studio album by English rock band EMF, released in 1992. "It's You" was actually called "It's You That Leaves Me Dry" but was re-titled to "It's You" and re-mixed for the single release.
Geoff Orens of AllMusic gave the album three-and-a-half stars out of five, feeling that the overall mood and lyrical themes of the album were different from what would have been expected by fans: "For a fan base ready for more "Unbelievable"'s however, Stigma was far from enticing and unfortunately sold less than hoped, leading to EMF's less-than-grand return to the foray of pop on Cha Cha Cha."
All songs written by EMF, except where noted.
- "They're Here" - 4:22
- "Arizona" (James Atkin, Ian Dench) - 4:05
- "It's You That Leaves Me Dry" (Atkin, Dench) - 3:54
- "Never Know" (Atkin, Dench) - 4:02
- "Blue Highs" (Dench) - 3:48
- "Inside" (Atkin) [Explicit] - 3:26
- "Getting Through" (Dench) - 4:23
- "She Bleeds" (Dench) - 4:05
- "Dog" - 3:56
- "The Light that Burns Twice as Bright..." - 4:09
- James Atkin: vocals, guitars
- Ian Dench: guitars, keyboards
- Derry Brownson: sampling, keyboards
- Zac Foley: bass guitar
- Mark de Cloedt: drums, percussion
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