The Human League Greatest Hits (video)

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The Human League Greatest Hits
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Video by The Human League
Released November 1988 & November 1995
Recorded 1978 - 1995
Genre Synthpop
Label Virgin Records
Producer Various
The Human League chronology
The Human League Greatest Hits (VHS)(1988) The Human League Greatest Hits (VHS)(1995) The Very Best of the Human League (DVD) (2003)

The Human League Greatest Hits is a compilation music video by the British Synthpop group The Human League released VHS and Laserdisc.

The original version was released by Virgin Records in 1988, and ties in with the compilation album of the same name, released concurrently. The 1988 version contains twelve music videos recorded between 1978 and 1986.

In 1995, to cash in on an upsurge in the band's popularity Virgin, repackaged and re-released the compilation with three extra videos that the band had recorded with their new label EastWest Records, again the video release tying in with a compilation album of the same name.[1]

Track listing (1988 release)[edit]

  1. "Circus Of Death"
  2. "The Sound of the Crowd" (Top of the Pops)
  3. "Love Action (I Believe in Love)"
  4. "Open Your Heart"
  5. "Don't You Want Me"
  6. "Mirror Man"
  7. "(Keep Feeling) Fascination"
  8. "The Lebanon"
  9. "Life on Your Own"
  10. "Together in Electric Dreams"
  11. "Louise"
  12. "Human"

Track listing (1995 release)[edit]

Cover of 1995 version
  1. "Circus of Death"
  2. "Empire State Human"
  3. "The Sound of the Crowd" (Top of the Pops)
  4. "Love Action (I Believe in Love)"
  5. "Open Your Heart"
  6. "Don't You Want Me"
  7. "Mirror Man"
  8. "(Keep Feeling) Fascination"
  9. "The Lebanon"
  10. "Life on Your Own"
  11. "Louise"
  12. "Human"
  13. "I Need Your Loving"
  14. "Love Is All That Matters"<Note 1>
  15. "Soundtrack to a Generation"
  16. "Tell Me When"

<Note 1> Sleeve lists track as "Love Is All That Matters" when it actually is "Heart Like a Wheel"

Audio album[edit]

For the audio album of the same name that accompanied each video, see

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