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The Human League 12/15/1998

Review

Pop fans a bit put off by the Human League's dispassionate vocals on their breakout hit "Don't You Want Me" would have been shocked by the degree of emotionlessness heard two years earlier on the band's 1979 debut. The trio of Ian Craig Marsh, Martyn Ware, and Philip Oakey all handled vocals and synthesizers to create a set of grim, rigid tracks that revealed a greater lack of humanity than even Kraftwerk. It's a surprise that the Human League hit the British charts at all (with the single "Empire State Human"), since this could well be the most detached synth pop record ever released. ~ John Bush
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Almost Medieval The Human League 4:34
  3. 2 Circus of Death The Human League 3:48
  4. 3 The Path of Least Resistance The Human League 3:27
  5. 4 Blind Youth The Human League 3:16
  6. 5 The World Before Last The Human League 3:55
  7. 6 Empire State Human The Human League 3:10
  8. 7 Morale...You've Lost That Loving Feeling [Cover] The Human League 9:23
  9. 8 Austerity/Girl One [Medley] The Human League 6:38
  10. 9 Zero as a Limit The Human League 4:5
  11. 10 Introducing The Human League 3:11
  12. 11 The Dignity of Labour, Pt. 1 The Human League 4:21
  13. 12 The Dignity of Labour, Pt. 2 The Human League 2:48
  14. 13 The Dignity of Labour, Pt. 3 The Human League 3:52
  15. 14 The Dignity of Labour, Pt. 4 The Human League 3:49
  16. 15 Flexi Disc The Human League 4:9
  17. 16 Being Boiled [Fast Product Version] The Human League 3:49
  18. 17 Circus of Death [Fast Product Version] The Human League 4:38

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