- Audio CD
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Virgin
- ASIN: B000092A01
- Other Editions: MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 154,494 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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.Label: Virgin.Published: 1986
Top customer reviews
Even though I've got most of the tracks on other albums .... who cares? Heaven 17 are still going strong and their fan base is loyal (she says!!)
Brilliant ... if you're a died hard H17 fan add it to your collection!!!
The Track Listing:
1/. Heaven 17 Megamix (* includes This Is Mine, Crushed by the Wheels of Industry, Height of the Fighting (He-La-Hu), Penthouse and Pavement, Temptation, I'm Your Money, and Play to Win) (7:51)
2/. We Live So Fast (6:08)
3/. Penthouse and Pavement (6:34)
4/. Let Me Go (6:47)
5/. Temptation (4:40)
6/. Who'll Stop The Rain (6:07)
7/. (We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang (4:15)
8/. Let's All Make A Bomb (New Version) (5:09)
9/. Counterforce (2:59)
10/. Crushed by the Wheels of Industry (5:57)
11/. ... (And That's No Lie) (6:00)
12/. Sunset Now (5:15)
With the exception of Counterforce, you are presented with an extended megamix and various extended versions of Heaven 17's most memorable hits. You could almost call it a 12" Remix album. Well worth purchasing along with one of their Best Of albums, which feature the 7" single versions. Endless peaked at #70 on the UK album charts.
Not a CD that I play constantly or even regularly, but is loaded on my portable music player along with lots of other tracks on 'shuffle'.
Heaven 17 were always a 2nd division band in my opinion, never regularly up there with the big boys but not far off them, and capable of putting out a good track or two, more of a band that you said you liked when trying to score points in a student bar discussion, where the usual 'name' bands didn't score credibility points, and having their poster on your wall was either to hide a stain or to impress others. However here I can see that there was more to them than being just a band for the posers.