Heaven 17

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Heaven 17 - Teddy Bear, Duke & Psycho Teddy Bear, Duke & Psycho
Pop New - LP V 2547 Virgin
Sealed 1988 UK Original.... more details
 
Heaven 17 - Heaven 17 Heaven 17
Pop New - LP AL6606 Arista
Sealed 1981 Vinyl. Following Extensive Success Overseas, Arista Signed The Band And Released This US-Only Compilation-Primarily Culled From The Band's "Penthouse And Pavement"-To Introduce The Band To The States. The States Failed To Care. Nonetheless, An Excellent Overview Of The Group's Early Material.... more details
 
Heaven 17 - Sunset Now / Flamedown / Counterforce Sunset Now / Flamedown / Counterforce
Pop Used - 12 VS 708 Virgin
Beautiful 1984 Five-Track 12" Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve.... more details
 
Heaven 17 - Pleasure One Pleasure One
Pop Used - LP 90569 Virgin
1986 Embossed Cover Original With Press Kit, Saw Cut. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Heaven 17 - Penthouse And Pavement Penthouse And Pavement
Pop Used - LP V 2208 Virgin
1981 UK Original In Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. "When Synthesists Ian Craig Marsh And Martyn Ware Left The Human League In 1980, The Decision Seemed Iffy; After All, The League Appeared On The Way Up And Would Achieve Global Fame The Very Next Year With Dare!. The First Album From Heaven 17, Marsh And Ware's New Trio With Singer Glenn Gregory, Wasn't Greeted With Quite The Same Commercial Kudos When Released In 1981, But It Turned Out To Be An Important Outing Nevertheless. Picking Up Where Kraftwerk Had Left Off With The Man Machine, The Group Created Glistening Electro-Pop That Didn't Skimp On Danceable Grooves Or Memorable Melodies. What Set Heaven 17 Apart Was The Well-Deep Vocals Of Gregory, Who Managed The Difficult Trick Of Sounding Dramatic Without Seeming Pretentious, And An Overtly Left-Wing Political Outlook Best Expressed On The Debut Single "(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang." Other Standout Combinations Of Witty Lyrics And Whiplash Electro-Grooves Include "The Height Of The Fighting" And "Play To Win," While The Funky Title Track Draws On American R&B For Its Popping Bassline. Despite The Catchy Material, Chart Success Proved Somewhat Elusive; The Group Didn't Score A Major Hit Until Their Next Album, 1983's The Luxury Gap. Nevertheless, Penthouse And Pavement Stands As One Of The Most Accomplished Debuts Of The '80s.” – Dan Leroy, All Music Guide... more details
 
Heaven 17 - How Men Are How Men Are
Pop Used - LP AL8 8259 Arista
1984 Original IN Custom Inner Sleeve And Custom Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Heaven 17 - Pleasure One Pleasure One
Pop New - LP 90569 Virgin
Sealed 1986 Embossed Cover Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut.... more details
 

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