1982–1992

1982–1992

Infobox Album | Name = 1982-1992
Type = compilation
Artist = Europe


Released = 1993
Recorded = 1982–1992
Genre = Hard rock, Heavy metal, Glam metal
Length = 76:15
Label = Epic Records
Producer = Various
Reviews = *Allmusic rating|4.5|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:xgivad3kt8w1 link]
Last album = "Prisoners in Paradise"
(1991)
This album = "1982–1992"
(1993)
Next album = "Definitive Collection"
(1998)
Misc = Singles
Name = 1982–1992
Type = Greatest hits
single 1 = "Sweet Love Child"
single 1 date = 1993

"1982–1992" is a compilation album by Europe, released in 1993 by Epic Records. Vocalist Joey Tempest chose the songs for this album.

This album contains some rarities, such as "On Broken Wings", which was the B-side for the "Final Countdown" single, and two songs from the "Prisoners in Paradise" sessions: "Sweet Love Child" and "Yesterday's News".

Track listing

#"In the Future to Come" (Tempest) – 5:00
#"Seven Doors Hotel" (Tempest) – 5:15
#"Stormwind" (Tempest) – 4:23
#"Open Your Heart" (Tempest) – 4:01
#"Scream of Anger" (Tempest, Jacob) – 4:04
#"Dreamer" (Tempest) – 4:19
#"The Final Countdown" (Tempest) – 5:09
#"On Broken Wings" (Tempest) – 3:43
#"Rock the Night" (Tempest) – 4:04
#"Carrie" (Tempest, Michaeli) – 4:30
#"Cherokee" (Tempest) – 4:12
#"Superstitious" (Tempest) – 4:33
#"Ready or Not" (Tempest) – 4:03
#"Prisoners in Paradise" [edit] (Tempest) – 4:29
#"I'll Cry for You" [acoustic] (Tempest, Graham) – 3:58
#"Sweet Love Child" (Tempest, Marcello, Michaeli) – 4:57
#"Yesterday's News" (Tempest, Marcello, Levén, Haugland, Michaeli) – 5:27

Personnel

*Joey Tempest - Vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards (All tracks)
*John Norum - Guitars, background vocals (Tracks 1-11)
*Kee Marcello - Guitars, background vocals (Tracks 12-17)
*John Levén - Bass (All tracks)
*Mic Michaeli - Keyboards, background vocals (Tracks 7-17)
*Tony Reno - Drums (Tracks 1-6)
*Ian Haugland - Drums, background vocals (Tracks 7-17)
*Nate Winger - Background vocals (Tracks 14, 16-17)
*Paul Winger - Background vocals (Tracks 14, 16-17)
*Joey Tempest - Compilation producer
*Thomas Witt - Compilation producer
*Peter Dahl - Remastering, digital remastering
*Annmarie Gatti - Coordination
*Michael Johansson - Photography
*Denis O'Regan - Photography
*Per Hökengren - Artwork

External links


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