Human Racing (song)

Human Racing (song)

"Human Racing" is a song written and recorded by the British singer, Nik Kershaw.

It was the title track for his hit debut album, Human Racing, released in 1984. It was the fourth hit single from the album, reaching #19 in the UK Singles Chart. It spent seven weeks in that chart, first entering in the week ending 15 September 1984.

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