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A slice of heaven...

My appreciation for Heaven 17 increased as I grew older. I heard "Hands Up To Heaven" on the Electricity 2 CD a couple of years ago and was blown away. This album does just as well -- I love the cover of Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear The Reaper". They keep fairly faithfully to the original but still stamp their Heaven 17 trademark vox all over it... actually pretty decent '80's comeback!

I gave this five stars for that duff two star review that had nothing to do with this release, but there are six solid tracks here (1,2,3,4,5,7) that are top notch and reminiscent of the trio's best since the downward slide that began with "How Men Are". Still makes me wonder what would have happened if these guys had never left Human League. And Glenn hasn't sounded better. Said tracks are highly recommended!

One of My Top Five Favorites In 2006

When I heard the "Hands Up To Heaven" remixes I was so excited and when the full CD was released I was blown away, I couldn't stop playing it. The new songs were worth the wait, thank you Heaven 17!


Formed: October, 1980 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '00s, '10s

Taking their name from the Anthony Burgess novel A Clockwork Orange, the U.K. techno-pop trio Heaven 17 grew out of the experimental dance project the British Electric Foundation, itself an offshoot of the electro-pop outfit Human League. The core of Heaven 17 was originally comprised of Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh, a pair of onetime computer operators who first teamed in 1977 as the Dead Daughters, a duo that integrated synthesizer patterns with a heavy reliance on tape loops. Soon, Ware and...
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