Info on the new Human League album

September 5, 2010 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Tracklist new The Human League album revealed
Good news from The Human League’s camp. The band’s first album in over nine years is almost ready. It is now being mastered at The Exchange in London by Mike Marsh (Depeche Mode, The Chemical Brothers, The Human League’s 2001 album “Secrets”, …). Electricity-club.co.uk also announced the working titles of the album’s songs. Here are the titles known so far: “Never Let Me Go”, “Night People”, “Sky”, “Got To Do”, “Egomaniac”, “Single Minded”, “Electric Shock”, “Get Together”, “Privilige”, “Breaking The Chains” and “Stars Start To Shine”. Still according to the website, “Night People” will be most possibly the first single.

So far the band’s label Wall Of Sound Records did not communicate any release date. The band’s website is under construction so you won’t find any information there.

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One Response to “Info on the new Human League album”

  1. Millie Weaver on September 8th, 2010 10:15 pm

    The album is called Decades, relesed on 10/10/10, tenth album etc. The first single isnt Night people its called “Monkey Custard”
    Relesed on Wall of Sound

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