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8 thoughts on “ Love Action (I Believe In Love) - Various - Going Underground 20 New Wave Classics (CD, Album)

  1. Electronic’ includes some of the best pure-pop anthems of all time from The Buggles, Kim Wilde, Falco and Giorgio Moroder & Philip Oakey alongside the sophisticated electro-pop of Joe Jackson, Jan Hammer, Yello and Harold Faltermeyer. ‘Electronic’ is an essential album /5(24).
  2. Various ‎– The Love Album II Label: Virgin ‎– VTDCD69, Virgin ‎– 8 2 5, Box Music (3) ‎– 8 2 54/5(2).
  3. Mar 05,  · Love Action (I Believe In Love) (Instrumental) Remix – Martin Rushent Written-By – Ian Charles Burden*, Philip Oakey: – Scritti Politti: Wood Beez (Pray Like Aretha Franklin) (Version) Producer – Arif Mardin Written-By – Green Gartside: /5(77).
  4. Pre-orders for the single were of such a volume that the song entered the U.K. charts at number one -- their first of four. Released at a time when Pink Floyd was experiencing their renaissance via The Wall and ABBA was still seeing chart action, "Going Underground" was a cleansing discharge from one of the key pop spokesmen of a generation.
  5. "Love Action (I Believe in Love)" is a song by the British synthpop group The Human League, released as a single in the UK in July It became the band's first Top 10 success, peaking at number three in the UK Singles Chart.. The song was written jointly by lead singer Philip Oakey and keyboard player Ian ikaltogmucksimli.siawoodsthedezalitingcumsdedeagdosen.infoinfo features lead vocal by Oakey, female backing vocals by Susanne Sulley and Genre: Synthpop, new wave.
  6. The Best Sixties Album contains the defining tracks of the decade and features some of the biggest hits from the original artists. all-time hits presented on this 5 CD collection. Includes: Aretha Franklin, Fifth Dimension, Lovin' Spoonful, Johnny Cash, Santana, The Byrds, Moody Blues, Del Shannon, Andy Williams, Harry Nilsson, Sly & The /5().
  7. Love Action (I Believe In Love) 3. this musical movement termed "New Romatacism" and it was starkly different genre and message from the years of Punk and New Wave which immediately preceeded, one felt contained, hopeful and nourished at a time of spectular dissillusionment. If you're not really too familiar with The Human League and /5(13).

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