EMF are reforming

Yes, they are.

As No Rock ‘N’ Roll Fun puts it:

So, that’s Shed 7, MC Hammer, the Inspiral Carpets and EMF all on tour in the UK at roughly the same time. No wonder nobody’s bothered to invent time travel; there’s nothing bloody left in the past to go back and visit.





0 responses to “EMF are reforming”

  1. Cool. EMF were utterly fantastic. The one time I saw them live, the mix was kind of fucked up by a dodgy engineer (drums ten times louder than everything else put together), so it’ll be nice to try again.

    It’s a shame James’s band Cooler didn’t get anywhere. I think the label folded just before the album came out. The singles were incredible.

    I met Ian once. Nice bloke.

  2. >EMF were utterly fantastic

    I’m assuming you’re talking about an EMF other than the sub-Jesus Jones chancers responsible for rubbish like ‘Unbelievable’?

  3. Alex Botten doesn’t like my taste in music? Have the media been alerted?

  4. ??

    So is it a different EMF or what?

  5. Gary

    I liked Unbelievable. And the other one, the one that sounded quite like Unbelievable.

  6. I Believe, probably.

    Personally, I love the second and third albums.

  7. mupwangle

    I think the only one I’ve listened to was Schubert’s Dip. Which I did like.

  8. Gary

    They did more than one album?

  9. tm

    I preferred lies to I believe (it’s just too much like unbelievable).