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The Best Human League Albums, Ranked

Updated February 26, 2019 475 votes 99 voters 1.9k views9 items

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We're ranking the best Human League albums of all time. As one of the most popular New Wave bands of the '80s, the group originally formed back in 1977. What is the greatest Human League album ever? From their debut album Reproduction to their 2011 album Credo, this list also includes Travelogue, Dare, Hysteria, and more.

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  • Photo: Virgin, A&M

    1. The Things That Dreams Are Made Of
    2. Open Your Heart
    3. The Sound of the Crowd
    4. Darkness
    5. Do or Die
    6. Get Carter (Instrumental)
    7. I Am the Law
    8. Seconds
    9. Love Action (I Believe in Love)
    10. Don't You Want Me

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      Travelogue

      1. The Black Hit of Space
      2. Only After Dark
      3. Life Kills
      4. Dreams of Leaving
      5. Toyota City
      6. Crow and a Baby
      7. The Touchables
      8. Gordon's Gin
      9. Being Boiled
      10. WXJL Tonight

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        Hysteria

        1. I'm Coming Back
        2. I Love You Too Much
        3. Rock Me Again and Again and Again and Again and Again and Again (Six Times) 
        4. Louise
        5. The Lebanon
        6. Betrayed
        7. The Sign
        8. So Hurt
        9. Life on Your Own
        10. Don't You Know I Want You

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          Reproduction

          1. Almost Medieval
          2. Circus of Death
          3. The Path of Least Resistance
          4. Blind Youth
          5. The Word Before Last
          6. Empire State Human
          7. Morale...You've Lost That Loving Feeling
          8. Austerity/Girl One (Medley)
          9. Zero as a Limit

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