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Performer: The Human League
Title: Octopus
Style: Club/Dance,Dance-Pop,Punk/New Wave,Synth Pop
Duration: 45:01
Location: London, England
Relesed: January 27, 1995
Recording date: February, 1994 - August, 1994
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 389
Other formats: APE VOX MP4 MIDI DMF VQF

Octopus is the seventh full-length studio album recorded by the British synthpop band The Human League. It was produced by the former Tears for Fears keyboard player Ian Stanley and released by EastWest Records in 1995. It was the first new album from The Human League in five years after the termination of their long-term contract with Virgin Records.

Recorded at The Human League from February to August 1994. Additional recording at Axis Studio, Sheffield. Mixed at Olympic, Nomis and Metropolis Studios, London in August and September 1994. Tracks 2, 5: EMI Virgin Music Publishers Ltd/Island Music.

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Octopus was the first Human League album which presented the band as a trio consisting of the singers Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley. The former Human League member Jo Callis and keyboard player Neil Sutton also contributed to the writing of the album. Octopus saw a return to the public eye for The Human League, who had been out of the top ten since their 1986 album Crash. The first single, "Tell Me When", received support from MTV in the UK and the . and the song became the band's first top-ten hit in nine years, peaking at number six in the UK singles chart. The single also climbed to number thirty-one in the .

Octopus was the first Human League album which presented the band as a trio consisting of the singers Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley.

Octopus Studio album by The Human League Released January 27, 1995. The first single "Tell Me When" received support from MTV in the UK and the . and the song became the band's first top-ten hit in nine years, peaking at number six in the UK singles chart (the single also climbed to number thirty-one on the . The Octopus album also peaked at number six in the UK, becoming the Human League's sixth top-ten album. It was later certified Gold.

These Are the Days, 05:46.

The League is back, as a trio, to the analogue technology it knows so well but astonished, it realizes that the glitter has all gone. No one has said anything yet. Contributions By. erik, JediMark.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Tell Me When Paul Beckett / Philip Oakey The Human League 4:53
2 These Are the Days Philip Oakey / Ian Stanley The Human League 5:46
3 One Man in My Heart Philip Oakey / Neil Sutton The Human League 4:03
4 Words Philip Oakey The Human League 5:54
5 Filling Up with Heaven Philip Oakey / Ian Stanley The Human League 4:19
6 House Full of Nothing Paul Beckett / Philip Oakey / Ian Stanley The Human League 4:30
7 John Cleese; Is He Funny? Philip Oakey The Human League 3:59
8 Never Again Jo Callis / Philip Oakey The Human League 4:41
9 Cruel Young Lover Paul Beckett / Philip Oakey The Human League 6:56

Credits

Robin Barclay - Mixing Assistant
Dave Bascombe - Mixing
Paul Beckett - Composer, Programming
Jo Callis - Composer, Programming
Ben Darlow - Engineer
Russell Dennett - Programming
David Dodd - Engineer
Kate Garner - Photography
Andy Gray - Programming
Chris Hughes - Assistant Producer, Programming
The Human League - Artwork, Primary Artist
Bob Kraushaar - Engineer, Mixing
Philip Oakey - Composer, Programming
Ian Stanley - Composer, Producer, Programming
Mark "Spike" Stent - Engineer, Mixing
Pete Stewart - Engineer
Neil Sutton - Composer, Programming
Andy Wright - Programming
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