In 1991, EMF released their debut album Schubert Dip which went to in the UK. The name was explained by songwriter Ian Dench, as "If ever I'm short of a chord sequence, I nick one from Schubert. Successful singles from the album included "I Believe", "Children", and "Lies". The latter was controversial as it included a voice sample of Mark Chapman, John Lennon's murderer . The band headlined at The Westbury Festival on Saturday, 25 August 2012. On 21 September 2018 the band played at Arrecife en Vivo Music Festival in Lanzarote.
Songs sampled in EMF's They're Here (Mosh Mix): Amen, Brother by The Winstons (1969). Songs sampled in EMF's They're Here: 3 . Eternal (Live at the . Other remixes of EMF's They're Here: They're Here (D:Ream Mix) by D:Ream (2001). They're Here (Cenobite Mix) by Ralph Jezzard (1992).
|A1||They're Here (Cenobite Mix)|
|B1||They're Here (Mosh Mix)|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 724388020961
|Y-56256||EMF||They're Here (12", TP)||EMI||Y-56256||US||1992|
|TC-R 6321||EMF||They're Here (Cass, Single)||Parlophone||TC-R 6321||UK||1992|
|S7-56801||EMF||They're Here / It's You That Leaves Me Dry (7", Single, Jukebox)||EMI Records USA, CEMA Special Markets||S7-56801||US||Unknown|
|SPRO-04659||EMF||They're Here (12", TP)||EMI||SPRO-04659||US||1992|
|CDR 6321, 7243 8 802092 3||EMF||They're Here (CD, Single)||Parlophone, Parlophone||CDR 6321, 7243 8 802092 3||UK||1992|