Skip to content

Symphonic Metal

6 thoughts on “ Soundtrack To A Generation - The Human League - Romantic? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. This album just makes me feel good listening to it takes me back to a time when music was really great now a days music in America is and just bad of course there’s some music that’s cool but musicians that started out in the 70s and 80s I can’t really say I like any new artists maybe a couple but none come to mind anyone that loved 80s music this album is great 👍/5(5).
  2. The Human League discography and songs: Music profile for The Human League, formed Genres: Synthpop, Minimal Synth, New Wave. Albums include Dare, Reproduction, and .
  3. "I Don't Depend on You" is a disco-influenced song by the British synthpop group The Human League released under the pseudonym The repdisttricabpotvewarmneserhungnedi.coinfo was released as a single in the UK in February , but failed to chart. It was written by Philip Oakey, Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh; was produced by Colin Thurston and featured guest backing vocalists Katie Kissoon and Lisa Strike (who later worked.
  4. Fascination! is an EP released by British synthpop band The Human League in The EP was issued as a stop-gap release in between the albums Dare () and Hysteria (). Released in the US, it was made available in Europe as an import. The original vinyl release of Fascination! contained six tracks, including two versions of their single "(Keep Feeling) Fascination" as well as "Mirror.
  5. Look at the Powerful People [LP] Formation's debut goes to great lengths to re-create the sound of s-era dance-punk bands. The band were already drawing comparisons to LCD Soundsystem, a comparison they have embraced, but on Look at the Powerful People, they expand their homages, with Price: $
  6. The soundtrack to a generation (Anyhow) Just give it to me now The soundtrack to a generation (Oh, wow) You really got me now The soundtrack to a generation (Holy cow) You're getting to me now The soundtrack to a generation Years have gone on in between But all I knew at seventeen Is all I know now Through times of joy and suffering The music.

Leave a Comment