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* Naked As Advertised – Versions 08

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01
Being Boiled
4:52
$0.49
02
Geisha Boys And Temple Girls
4:23
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03
Temptation
Artist: Heaven 17 feat. Billie Godfrey
3:47
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04
Penthouse And Pavement
4:23
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05
Party Fears Two
6:32
$0.49
06
Don’t Fall
5:19
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07
(We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang
3:33
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08
We Live So Fast
3:56
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09
Empire State Human
4:02
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 40:47

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great.....

JoeKlondike

now can we have the original versions?

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Um… not incorrect artists

PDXNTV

l.field1, there's nothing incorrect. Both Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh were in the Human League when those songs were first recorded, and #5 is simply a cover and an homage. Human League/H17/BEF have quite a history of releasing covers, going back to HL's Rock & Roll pt. 2 and BEF's Music of Quality and Distinction series (Billy MacKenzie of the Associates sang a Bowie cover on Volume One). And H17 sang Party Fears Two at MacKenzie's tribute concert a few years back.

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Being Boiled

HoytSchermerhorn

Sorry excuse for a release. I am a Heaven 17 fan from way back but this is just a bad stop gap release. Get Before After, which isn't perfect but is much better.

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Incorrect artists for songs

l.field1

Being Boiled and Empire State Human were by THE HUMAN LEAGUE not Heaven 17! Party Fears Two was by THE ASSOCIATES!

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Also surprisingly good

thefxc

I'm not usually keen on this sort of "band remakes their own stuff" record, but this works really well--it's nice to have H17 studio versions of "Being Boiled" and "Empire State Human," and the updated songs sound fresh--better than those weird 90s remixes of "Fascist Groove Thing."