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Life Kills - The Human League - Travelogue (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. In both Travelogue and its predecessor Reproduction were re-issued on g vinyl. Legacy. In Travelogue was the subject of a BBC 6Music documentary as part of the "Sounds of a City" series. The programme examined the album's sound and how it grew out of the city, going on to influence a new generation of
  2. Jun 02,  · Along with its amazing cover art, the interesting side to "Travelogue" is in its "acoustic" approach and pleasant experimental/cinematic touches the group kept throughout the album; "Dreams Of Leaving" is a stunning example in reconciling experimental and pop tendencies within a song, and as such would have been the perfect opener to an album/5(K).
  3. The second album from The Human League, the Sheffield synth-pop rentdescampringsacsupertyfulldocomas.coogue was released in , and is the last record to feature the full original line-up before the Heaven 17 schism. That also means that Travelogue is the last chance to hear the slightly more industrially-edged version of the League’s sound reissue on Universal.8/10(5).
  4. Feb 03,  · To say it was a forced affair, would be an understatement - two years in the making, with a couple of non-album singles along the way (much superior "Mirror Man" and to a lesser extent catchy but funny "Fascination"), a clash with the producers, the record label's interference and "Hysteria" sadly couldn't live up to its promise/5().
  5. The Human League ‎– Travelogue Label: Virgin ‎– CDVR, Virgin ‎– 5 2 4, Virgin ‎–
  6. Love this era of human league sounds, reproduction was my favourite album with the first 3 songs then slowly it went down hill, likewise with travelogue, black hit of space is such a great start to a album, life kills what a song, just pure genius, this album is worth the dosh I /5(64).
  7. Features ‘Travelogue’: The Human League’s Journey Into New Territory. Marking The Human League’s progression towards chart dominance, ‘Travelogue’ was a highly accessible album that.
  8. If you have the Japanese import of the Holiday '80 EP on 12" vinyl, it has a large picture label of the original Human League, Oakey, Wright, Marsh and Ware. B.E.F. issued an album on cassette tape only called 'Music for Stowaways' for their first release, this was totally instrumental, and this is where the classic 'We Don't Need This (Fascist.
  9. Human League's Dare was groundbreaking at the time of release and its influence and quality has not waned since its release in the early 80s. There is not much I can add in terms of how good this album is and the only disappointment is that the group (in all its varying iterations) have not been able to produce anything approaching the standards set by this album ever since/5().

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