Human League

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Manhattan Clique - Remixography
2001 Mirwais "I Can't Wait" 2001 Soft Cell "Torch" 2001 The Lighthouse Family "Happy" 2001 The Human League "Shameless" 2002 Sophie Ellis-Bextor "Get Over You ...
Love Action (I Believe In Love) - Background
... The Human League had previously supported Iggy Pop live ... Reed)." The single was designated 'Red' on the Human League’s short-lived self-imposed labelling system of 'Blue' for pop songs and 'Red' for ... number 3 in the UK charts and placed The Human League in the forefront of media attention ...
Live At The Dome (The Human League Album)
... The Human League Live at the Dome is a compilation album by British synthpop band The Human League recorded during a live concert at the Brighton Dome, UK on December 19, 2003 ... A DVD also called The Human League Live at the Dome (DVD) was released concurrently with the album, the DVD contains the full concert and bonus footage ...
1981 In Music - Other Significant Singles of The Year
... Imagination "Boys and Girls" – The Human League "The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em) – The Greg Kihn Band "Burnin' For You" – Blue Öyster Cult "Cambodia ... The Tubes "Don't You Want Me" – The Human League "Double Dutch Bus" – Frankie Smith "Dumb Waiters" – The Psychedelic Furs "Edge of Seventeen" – Stevie ... Squier "Love Action (I Believe in Love)" – The Human League "Love Games" – Level 42 "Love is Alright Tonight" – Rick Springfield "Love On a Two Way Street" – Stacy Lattisaw "Lunat ...
The Human League Video Single (1983)
... The Human League Video Single is a compilation of music videos by the British Synthpop group The Human League released on VHS and Betamax format tape, and marketed as a "video single ... The video single would be a precursor to the Human Leagues next video venture, The Human League Greatest Hits released five years later in 1988 ...

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