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Artistic, experimental, melodic and beautifully raw.....
on 30 March 2003
As a huge fan of electro, with a particular fondness for early Human League, I couldn’t help but get just a little excited on learning that an album of previously unreleased demo tracks was now available. My heart beating at double time, I placed my order that same day; I wasn’t disappointed!! Artistic, experimental, melodic and beautifully raw, this album takes us back to a time when electronic music was in its infancy, yet it sounds as spectacular now as when it first poured out of their analogue synths. From the humour of “Daz” the wonder of “Interface” to the bone chilling “Looking For The Black Haired Girls” this album relives a voyage of discovery that would change music forever.
If your only perception of the Human League is of a guy and two girls singing about waitresses in cocktail bars, "don’t" buy this album. However if, like me, you tingle with excitement at the sound of a pile of hardware and circuitry doing what it does best, this album is an absolute must!