Heaven 17 - Best of Heaven 17: Higher & Higher

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Heaven 17
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Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh left the original lineup of the Human League after having differences with Phil Oakey. They recruited Glenn Gregory (who's vocal's were remarkably similar to Oakey's) and Heaven 17 was born. Their first single together, "We Don't Need This Fascist Groove Thing", was an immediate hit, a political call to arms against the rise of conservatives both in the UK and US. They continued forth with "I'm Your Money", "At the Height of the Fighting" and "Penthouse & Pavement" and their career was off to a swift start. It went into hyperspace with the megahit "Let Me Go", which hit big on both sides of the Atlantic. This collection gathers all their hits from their entire career run on a single convenient disc.

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1) (We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang
2) I'm Your Money
3) At Height of the Fighting (He-La-Hu)
4) Play to Win
5) Penthouse ; Pavement
6) Let Me Go
7) Trouble
8) Come Live with Me
9) Crushed By the Wheels of Industry
10) Sunset Now
11) Flame Down
12) This Is Mine
13) Foolish Thing to Do
14) Contenders
15) And That's No Lie
16) Temptation

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