Not much information about The Europeans other than the fact that it's an English band formed in 1981 and composed of Steve Hogarth, Colin Woore, Ferg Harper and Geoff Dugmore.
Group that will remain mainly in the musical history of the 80s for their flagship single "Animal song" released in 1982.
As such alone, we had to devote this article to them.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
Animal song 1982
American people 1983
1982 ... which will surely remain as their most emblematic title. Supercharged, disjunct, wacky at will, a title so revealing of this incredible period and which above all offers them a direct ticket for posterity. HU-GE !
1983 ... a much calmer sequel and suddenly, somewhat dull compared to the previous title. Must and can do better ...
1983 ... this title is already a little more inspired, that's clear. Unfortunately, the group will not have been able to capitalize on the success of the first opus and will never find the head of the race ...
1983 ... a year 1983 that ends better than it started. Undeniably, the group has talent and they will not have missed much to go to the stars ...
1984 ... a career to say the least ephemeral. Three short years and then go. We would have liked the adventure to continue a little longer, but fate will have decided otherwise ...
1984 ... there will have been some good and some not so good. A group that will have struggled to find its place in this time when everything was possible but where the level of inspiration should never weaken to be able to compete with the best. Which was not necessarily their case on certain titles ...