September 22, 2020

The League Unlimited Orchestra - Love And Dancing (1982) - €15,00



Love and Dancing is a remix album by English synth-pop band The Human League, released in July 1982 by Virgin Records. Issued under the band name "The League Unlimited Orchestra" as a nod to Barry White's disco-era Love Unlimited Orchestra, the album was principally the idea and work of producer Martin Rushent and contains dub-style, largely instrumental remixes of songs from the band's multi-platinum selling album Dare (1981), along with a version of the track "Hard Times", which had originally been the B-side of the single "Love Action (I Believe in Love)". 
Rushent was inspired by hip hop turntablist Grandmaster Flash and created Love and Dancing on a mixing board
He created vocal effects by cutting up portions of the Dare tape and manually gluing them together. In total, over 2,600 edits feature on the album.
Upon release, Love and Dancing was able to take advantage of the huge success of Dare and also work as a stopgap while the Human League worked on new material. 
The album received both mixed and positive reviews from music critics and was a commercial success, reached number three in the UK Albums Chart and later being certified Platinum by the BPI. Today, the album is regarded as among the earliest remix albums ever released and has proven influential.


Side A
A1.  Hard Times - 5:40  
A2.  Love Action (I Believe In You) - 5:12  
A3.  Don’t You Want Me - 7:18  

Side B
B1.  Things That Dreams Are Made Of - 5:10  
B2.  Do Or Die - 4:36  
B3.  Seconds - 2:25  
B4.  Open Your Heart - 2:35  
B5.  The Sound Of The Crowd - 2:55 


Notes
Release:  1982
Format:  LP
Genre:  Synth-pop, Instrumental
Label:  Virgin Records
Catalog#  204696

Vinyl:  VG+
Cover:  VG+

Prijs: €15,00

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