Spotify sucks, i did not get my money worth from them dipping into my credit card each month.... so i get my kicks else where rather than short changed. unfortunately Last FM is tied up with those money crabbing crooks. how f'ing sad.
Hysteria is underrated. Not as good as Dare!, but not far off. If they could combine best stuff from Fascination EP and Hysteria, it would probably be as good as Dare  If you gave it all that Martin Rushent synth production, definitely. Pissing him off was the biggest mistake they ever made.
the narcotic that forges their union is a substance known only to one. to the clown it is known as dominion, it's a secret that he'll give to none. the drug which gives the clown power means the circus can never be stopped. and his dream can go on unhindered till the last human being has dropped.
I'd have FUCKED Phil Oakey into a COMA back in the "early days"!!!.... He was soooo fucking GORGEOUS!!!.... I had been "hoping" that he was an "out of the closet gay man" ( like "Marc Almond" for instance... ) Allegedly, he says he's not.... ( sure, Phil.... )
BoobyNoobie, "Together In Electric Dreams" is a song by Giorgio Moroder and Philip Oakey, from the "Electric Dreams" movie soundtrack. There was a lot of confusion over the song, since the Human League performs it live and it has been released on the Human League "greatest hits" compilations. But it was just Philip.
This soundtrack was also the source for Culture Club's hit "Love Is Love".
@BoobyNoobie: No, it isn't. It is however included on several of their Greatest Hits compilations. & They do often perform it live in a slightly altered version, with Joanne and Susan doing the backing vocals.
Fuck the haters of Dare! It's more listenable than Travelogue (better production & songs). The success of Dare! made The Human League pop stars which was the whole point of The Human League. Travelogue is a great album, don't get me wrong, but Dare! is the full realization of the The Human Leagues ideas, both musical and conceptual. Travelogue is just the blueprint. So all Dare haters just back off. Without Dare! The Human League would just be an quirky electronic band only popular with hipsters & snobs.