It’s ‘synth-pop par­adise’ in city

Hamilton Press - - OUT & ABOUT - COM­PE­TI­TION

the New Zealand al­bum and sin­gle charts.

They held six New Zealand Top 20 sin­gles with well-known hits in­clud­ing (Keep Feel­ing) Fas­ci­na­tion, Hu­man and Love Ac­tion.

Their 1981 break­through al­bum Dare was a Num­ber One hit on the NZ al­bum chart, and re­mained there for 40 con­sec­u­tive weeks help­ing them be­come firm night­club favourites dur­ing a time of ex­cit­ing mu­si­cal change.

It con­tained four hit sin­gles in­clud­ing the mas­sively pop­u­lar Don’t You Want Me.

Their songs are still sam­pled and played across dance floors world­wide and their live rep­u­ta­tion grows with each pass­ing year.

Their per­fect pair­ing with Pseudo Echo with such great songs as Liv­ing In A Dream, A Beat For You, SendMe An An­gel and Funky Town augers well for a night that will have you in synth-pop par­adise.

Com­pe­ti­tion by Fill The House Tick­ets Project – proudly sup­port­ing fam­i­lies of chil­dren with can­cer.

To be in to win, email your name, ad­dress and day­time tele­phone num­ber(s), to hpfth­, with Hu­man League in the Sub­ject, by mid­day Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 18.

Hu­man League will be per­form­ing at Auck­land’s Lo­gan Camp­bell Cen­tre.

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