Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder

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Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder
Studio album by
Released19 July 1985 (1985-07-19)
LabelVirgin Records
ProducerGiorgio Moroder
Giorgio Moroder chronology
Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder
Déjà Vu
Singles from Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder
  1. "Together in Electric Dreams"
    Released: 1984
  2. "Good-Bye Bad Times"
    Released: 1985
  3. "Be My Lover Now"
    Released: 1985
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3/5 stars[2]

Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder is a 1985 collaborative studio album by Philip Oakey, the lead singer of The Human League, and Italian record producer Giorgio Moroder.[2] It peaked at number 52 on the UK Albums Chart.[3]

The album includes "Together in Electric Dreams", which was originally written for the 1984 film called Electric Dreams.[2] The track peaked at number 3 on the UK Singles Chart.[4] "Good-Bye Bad Times" peaked at number 44 and "Be My Lover Now" peaked at number 91 on the UK Singles Chart.[4]


In 2003, in an interview by Simon Price included on the DVD The Very Best of The Human League, Oakey was asked to comment on the experience of working with his idol Moroder on this project. He diplomatically characterises him as a "very quick worker", claiming they made the entire album in a few days.[5]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Philip Oakey and Giorgio Moroder, except "In Transit" written by Moroder.

1."Why Must the Show Go On"4:10
2."In Transit"0:56
3."Good-Bye Bad Times"3:51
4."Brand New Love (Take a Chance)"3:59
7."Together in Electric Dreams"3:52
8."Be My Lover Now"3:51
9."Shake It Up"4:16


Credits adapted from liner notes.


Chart Peak
UK Albums (OCC)[3] 52


  1. ^ a b Allen, Jeremy (14 August 2015). "Giorgio Moroder – 10 of the best". The Guardian. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
  2. ^ a b c Cater, Evan. "Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder - Giorgio Moroder, Philip Oakey". AllMusic. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Official Albums Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  4. ^ a b "Giorgio Moroder". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  5. ^ "Kolling, Niels".

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