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Heaven 17 - Penthouse And Pavement

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In September of 1981, Heaven 17 released their debut album, Penthouse And Pavement. It produced five singles, "(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang (U.K. #45), "Play to Win" (U.K. #46), "Penthouse and Pavement" (U.K. #57) and "The Height of the Fighting (He-La-Hu)". The album reached the #14 spot on the U.K. albums chart. The Sheffield, England new wave band formed when Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh split from The Human League. They recruited Glenn Gregory for vocals and the band was born. The band has recorded and performed sporadically since 1988.



Wikipedia: Heaven 17

Unofficial Website: heaven17.de

Blogload: Heaven 17 - Penthouse And Pavement - castlesinspace.blogspot.com

6 comments:

evr said...

Here's a link to a newer remaster of the album with bonus tracks for those who are interested:

http://castlesinspace.blogspot.com/2008/09/heaven-17-penthouse-and-pavement.html

Always loved this record!

CN said...

Thanks for that extra link - great album. My current copy is only CD recorded from vinyl!

Club80 said...

Thanks evr. I changed to the link to the one you supplied.

evr said...

The Castles In Space blog is awesome. He used to do the Spinster's Rock blog. Well worth following

Keep up the great work!

Club80 said...

Thanks evr. Yes, I was a frequent visitor to spinster's rock and knew about Castles In Space but have to remember to read it more regularly!

Anonymous said...

Documentary "Heaven 17: The Story of Penthouse and Pavement"

http://www.megavideo.com/?v=50CM98U8

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