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The Human League 10/4/2005

Review

The Human League turned to American R&B producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis in the wake of their success with Janet Jackson's Control, and the combination brought the group its second number one hit with the Jam-Lewis composition "Human," which harked back to the earlier "Don't You Want Me," albeit with a gentler tone. The album's second single, the Control-soundalike "I Need Your Loving," was also a Jam-Lewis song (as was the U.K.-only third single, "Love Is All That Matters"), but the bulk of the album was made up of group-written songs with appealing backing tracks that maintained their dance appeal while eschewing the overtly synthesized sound of previous albums. That made Crash an improvement over the lackluster Hysteria, but still not on a par with Dare. [Crash was reissued in 2005 with remastered sound and extended mixes of "Human," "I Need Your Loving" and "Love Is All That Matters."] ~ William Ruhlmann
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Money The Human League 3:54
  3. 2 Swang The Human League 4:36
  4. 3 Human The Human League 4:25
  5. 4 Jam The Human League 4:19
  6. 5 Are You Ever Coming Back? The Human League 4:53
  7. 6 I Need Your Loving The Human League 3:43
  8. 7 Party The Human League 4:29
  9. 8 Love on the Run The Human League 3:53
  10. 9 The Real Thing The Human League 4:17
  11. 10 Love Is All That Matters The Human League 6:9
  12. 11 Human [Extended Version] The Human League 5:2
  13. 12 I Need Your Loving [Extended Version] The Human League 7:15
  14. 13 Love Is All That Matters [Extended Version] The Human League 7:46

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