The Human League / A Very British Synthesizer Group: four-disc anthology

The Human League / A Very British Synthesizer Group box set

Career-spanning anthology includes a DVD & CD of rarities

A Very British Synthesizer Group: The Anthology is a new four-disc super deluxe overview of Sheffield’s electronic pioneers The Human League.

With almost 40 year of activity under their belt, this new collection seems well balanced with the first disc two discs containing largely original single versions of all their 45s, from 1978’s non-album debut Being Boiled to the radio edit of Sky (taken from 2011’s Credo).

The third CD is packed with previously unreleased early versions of 17 songs, and the DVD which completes this set is crammed full with promo videos and, more interestingly, twenty-one their appearances on the BBC, including rare early appearances of the Oakey/Marsh/Ware line-up on BBC 2’s Mainstream and on Top of the Pops (promoting the Holiday 80 EP).

The four-disc super deluxe will come with a 58-page book with a new essay by David Buckley and a cut-down two-CD edition (featuring just the singles) will be available, along with a half-speed remastered triple-LP vinyl edition (containing the tracks on the two-CD set). The vinyl comes with a download code.


A Very British Synthesizer Group: The Anthology will be released on 18 November 2016. They will support this release with a UK tour in December.


CD 1
Being Boiled (A-Side single)
The Dignity of Labour (Part 3)
Empire State Human (A-Side single)
Only After Dark (single edit)
Nightclubbing (from “Holiday ’80 EP”)
Boys and Girls (A-Side single)
The Sound of The Crowd (instrumental version)
Hard Times (B-Side single)
Love Action (I Believe In Love) (A-Side single)
Open Your Heart (A-Side single)
Don’t You Want Me (A-Side single)
Mirror Man (A-Side single)
You Remind Me Of Gold
(Keep Feeling) Fascination (extended version)
The Lebanon (single version)
Louise (DJ Edit)

CD 2
Life On Your Own (A-Side single)
Human (extended version)
I Need Your Loving (DJ Edit)
Love Is All That Matters (DJ Edit)
Heart Like a Wheel (William Orbit remix)
Soundtrack to a Generation (edit)
Tell Me When (radio edit)
One Man In My Heart (A-Side single)
Filling Up With Heaven (A-Side single)
Stay With Me Tonight (single version)
All I Ever Wanted (radio edit)
Night People (radio edit)
Never Let Me Go
Sky (radio edit)

CD 3 (Super Deluxe Edition)
The Path Of Least Resistance (early version)
No Time (The Word Before Last, early version)
Being Boiled (State Of The Art Mix 1)
Stylopops You Broke My Heart (Marianne, early version)
I Am The Law (early version)
Darkness (early version)
Louise (early version)
The Real Thing (early version)
Love On The Run (early version)
A Doorway (early version)
F.M. (Soundtrack to a Generation, early version)
Happening Woman (Filling Up With Heaven, early version)
Give It Back (Houseful of Nothing, early version)
New Start (All I Ever Wanted, early version)
SH5 (Liar, early version)
Biller 10 (Single Minded, early version)
Jupiter 4c (Sky, early version)

The Circus of Death 1978
Empire State Human 1979
Love Action
Open Your Heart
Don’t You Want Me
Mirror Man
Keep Feeling (Fascination)
The Lebanon
Life On Your Own
I Need Your Loving
Love Is All That Matters
Heart Like A Wheel
Soundtrack To A Generation
Tell Me When
One Man In My Heart
All I Ever Wanted
Filling Up With Heaven
Night People
Never Let Me Go

The Path of Least Resistance (Mainstream 6/11/79)
Empire State Human (Mainstream 6/11/79)
Rock ‘n’ Roll – Part 2 (TOTP 8/5/80)
The Sound of The Crowd (TOTP 30/4/81)
The Sound of The Crowd (TOTP 21/5/81)
Love Action (TOTP 6/8/81)
Open Your Heart (TOTP 8/10/81)
Don’t You Want Me (TOTP 24/12/81)
Love Action (Christmas TOTP 25/12/81)
Love Action (Multi Coloured Swap Shop 30/5/82)
Mirror Man (TOTP 18/11/82)
Keep Feeling (Fascination) (TOTP 5/5/83)
The Lebanon (TOTP 3/5/84)
Life On Your Own (TOTP 28/6/84)
I’m Coming Back (On The Road 25/8/84)
Rock Me Again and Again… (On The Road 25/8/84)
Human (Wogan 13/8/86)
Human (TOTP 28/8/86)
Heart Like A Wheel (Wogan 13/8/90)
Heart Like A Wheel (TOTP 23/8/90)
Tell Me When (TOTP 22/12/94)
Tell Me When (TOTP 5/1/95)
One Man In My Heart (TOTP 16/3/95)
The Stars Are Going Out (Later with Jools Holland 25/11/95)
The Sound Of The Crowd (Later with Jools Holland 25/11/95).

3LP Vinyl Edition

A1: Being Boiled (Fast Product Version)
A2: The Dignity of Labour – Part 3
A3: Empire State Human
A4: Only After Dark
A5: Nightclubbing
A6: Boys and Girls

B1: The Sound Of The Crowd (Instrumental)
B2: Hard Times
B3: Love Action (I Believe In Love)
B4: Open Your Heart
B5: Don’t You Want Me

C1: Mirror Man
C2: You Remind Me Of Gold
C3: (Keep Feeling) Fascination (Extended Version)
C4: The Lebanon
C5: Louise (Radio Edit)*

D1: Life On Your Own (Radio Edit)*
D2: Human (Extended Version)
D3: I Need Your Loving (Radio Edit)*
D4: Love Is All That Matters (Radio Edit)*
D5: Heart Like A Wheel (William Orbit Remix)

E1: Soundtrack To A Generation (Radio Edit)*
E2: Tell Me When (Radio Edit)*
E3: One Man In My Heart
E4: Filling Up With Heaven

F1: Stay With Me Tonight
F2: All I Ever Wanted – Radio Edit*
F3: Night People – Radio Edit
F4: Never Let Me Go
F5: Sky – Radio Edit

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John Archbell

Well, I’ve taken 3 years to reply to this – and I expect my only reader will be Paul!! Lol

I’ve been contemplating buying the CD box set for an eternity – waiting for prices to drop etc. In fact the complete opposite is happening. It’s rising and rising. I don’t think the price will ever drop and I really don’t think there will be any more Human League Box Sets. I don’t think there is demand.

So I just paid out £80 for the CD set and balls to everyone who thinks I’m nuts. Human League were there at almost the beginning of synth and there won’t be another chance.

Cheers all


I read your post! And I am contemplating it still… but is the demos disc and dvd worth it? Hmmm…

[…] December 2016 The Human League‘s A Very British Synthesizer Group 3CD+DVD set was released at around the £80 mark and the merits of the product were entirely lost […]


Ordered vinyl version from Amazon and they have no idea when it may arrive. Not impressed.


(3) Ok, after spending some time with this new Box Set, I find the sound quality is much improved over the Human League’s 2003 Compilation “The Very Best Of The Human League”. This new Box Set sounds much better in my opinion. I do have some seperate individual tracks of their’s off carious compilations, which seem to sound superior to this Box Set, but maye it’s because the volume is a bit louder. In the end I have decided that this Box Set is an improvement in sound. Including this new remaster of “Don’t You Want Me”. Just disregard my comments earlier. Still over priced tho!


(2) To be fair, some tracks sound decent, while others sound awful. They obviously gathered some tracks from poor sound quality sources. Not sure why they can’t take the time to get high quality sound sources for all tracks. I just hate this kind of thing where they don’t take the time.


WASTE. OF. MONEY. Some of you may disagree with me. But the Remastering on this Box Set is disappointing, when compared to other released. This makes me angry when I spend my money on something like this, and it sounds like I am hearing it through a cloth. Slightly muffled sound, Compared to other remasters. Could have been much better. I have other Human League tracks and albums that sound so much better. Compare the song “Don’t You Want Me” up against other releases. I just would like all my music from this band to sound great all across the board. Not different albums and box sets with different remastering, some crap, some excellent. And the Price doesn’t help. I am very disappointed.


A nice concept but I could probably re buy all of their albums for the same price I could buy that!


I went for the 2x CD for £12.99, that’s all I need.


HMV honoured at £44.99.

Kenny R

I had it ordered but cancelled it.
Good sense prevailed, I had the vinyl ordered and a few weeks ago I saw Amazon had the Sting box set for £99. By all accounts it is a quality box set with great sleeves etc. I know it was an offer but it just makes the pricing of the human league 3 x lp even more ludicrous

Carl P

I originally ordered this thinking the pricing was wrong. Amazon always change their prices somewhere along the line dont they. But I see it’s still ludicrously overpriced.

What a shame. Shan’t be buying this. Interesting to see if anyone is?


While I’m only a medium sized fan of THL, Dare is one of the greatest albums of the electronic age. In fact, I think I may have 2 versions of it. Someone put out that very nice box set a few years back that contained both Dare and the Fascination ep, with bonus tracks, all contained in mini sleeves, housed in a cardboard box. It was dead cheap and the sound quality was great. As far as I’m concerned this box set is ludicrous and clearly aimed at hard core fans. Why include the instrumental to the sound of the crowd over the single or album version? It was one of their first big hits! The demo’s and early working versions don’t really jump out at me and videos are a bore. The price is questionable at best, so I’ll definitely be sticking to my greatest hits and dare / fascination remasters.


The deluxe mp3 version on Amazon UK is 13.99 – you get all the audio tracks from discs one to three. So the book and DVD cost an extra £66 if you buy the physical product at the current pricing!


You wouldn’t catch me buying a lossy mp3!

Matthew Holbrook

Vinyl now £84.99 on Amazon. The pension funds must need a top-up

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Yani P

vinyl 70 quid on pledge music – still pricey

Barry Grayshon

HMV must have made a mistake as it was £44.99 for the 4 disc set and £29.99 for the 2 disc. Now they are £79.99 and £12.99 respectively, in line with everyone else. I’m glad I got my order in for the 4 disc set, I just hope they honour people’s orders at that price.


Hmv Just charged me £44.99…Yay


Its a pity the later stuff they recorded with Colin Thurston couldn`t come out,i read somewhere that it exists ,the stuff they aborted to go and work with Jam and Lewis or the death of imagination as Phil called it.

[…] In other news, the announcement that there will be a reissue of George Michael‘s Listen Without Prejudice album was fairly well received. A few of you pointed out that the cover is different. It’s effectively a tighter crop of the old image. Good spot. But no complaints about the price of this set, unlike The Human League‘s forthcoming anthology where the ludicrous pricing is all that’s being discussed on SDE, on that particularly post. […]


Wow £79.99 now on both Amazon and HMV. I wonder if those people who preordered from HMV at £44.99 will have their orders fulfilled at that price. Nice way to treat their fans with the worst pricing i think i have seen for what you actually get.


Nice way to treat their fans?Are you for real?
Yeah,Philip rang HMV first thing and told them to put the price up quick smart or else he was Gina send Sysan round.
Sorry,I understand the the price is all over the place at the moment but to suggest the band are directly to blame is ridiculous.


Do we know this for a fact that they aren’t involved in the pricing ? I have been reading about this release on various forums as well as the HL one and lots of people aren’t happy about the over inflated price which i would imagine will lose the band sales which makes you wonder if they even care. To be honest i was only really interested in the 3rd disc in this collection as the first 2 discs holds no interest to me at all and the TOTP performances are on youtube albeit in lesser quality than will probably be on the DVD.

Daniel ( from Berlin )

I remember an interview with martin rushant. He said they did hundreds (!!) of edits for the “love and dancing” remix album. This was a chance to bring 2 or 3 of them to an
official release. Btw i hope that someday it will be a re-release of “love and dancing” with
unreleased edits of the songs / mixes as bonus tracks.
But i think this will be only a dream (not come true)…

Pete Chilton

Whilst I recognise that for some buying this is a no-brainer, regardless of the cost, the fact is the price is treating us all as gullible mugs. Compare and contrast with the recent Simple Minds reissues which were better and almost half the price.


As of this moment, all the prices on the HMV site have gone up. The 3 CD/1 DVD Super Deluxe Edition is £79.99….go figure!


The cd has gone up to £29.99 too!


The vinyl version is currently £100.99 on Amazon. Do they just make these prices up?


The pricing must be decided by the same person/s who decide the Graham Parker pricing an Amazon Germany! ;)

Jason Buchanan

I would have loved for B Sides from the Hysteria era such as The World Tonight, Thirteen and the extended of The Sign to be added on this collection, that is a missed opportunity as the Hysteria B Sides are absolutely fantastic and actually better than some tracks on the Hysteria album. Though they were released as extras on the Caroline Records Hysteria release from 2005. Which goes for 75 pounds or so second hand at Amazon. But again, as a League collector I would spend 75 pounds on a deleted edition . So this Deluxe Box Set is not expensive at all, I have spend just as much on some vinyl


Hopefully we get a proper reissue of hysteria in the future,we’ll all the albums in fact.I agree the world tonight is fantastic and I much prefer the sign (extended remix version)from the 7″ to the 12″.i also think life on your own 12″ is one of their best.


Sorry, but when the Dead or Alive 19 disc set is only £117.99, this seems ridiculously overpriced.

Stan Butler

Don’t apologise Adam. It is ridiculously overpriced. Some though seem to consider the more they can spend over the odds as a badge of honour. But in an era of shrinking physical product record companies just use such loyalty to fleece the punter.


Well even the over sensitive BBC didn’t omit it from the repeat in bbc 4 last year.It was introduced by Peter Powell by the way.
Abc re imagined themselves as cartoons right across the board for zillionaire (probably my favourite album of theirs and Image)which is slightly different than this.
Philip just likes Pete McKee,he wrote the forward in one of his books.


I just hope it’s not jimmy savile introducing them on TOTP with Rock ‘n’ Roll – Part 2 How sick would that be ? in fact that should have been omitted from the DVD.


I just watched that TOTP performance on youtube and it’s peter powell lol.


TOTP is maybe the best resource we have for historical pop music performance’s on TV and it’s archives are hugely important. What JS did was hideous but we cannot wipe out hundreds of episodes of the programme because of this. Most episodes could be edited in a way that JS is never seen on screen. The only thing preventing this is finances, I know this because a friend of mine works on the BBC archives and I am told there is no money for this.


So this is something I’ve been wondering for a long time now: Gary Glitter is one of “Rock And Roll”‘s songwriters. That means he would get royalties from the sale of the deluxe edition of this set (as well as any new copies of Travelogue), right? (He’ll be 85 if he lives to make it out of prison.)


Ludicrous price ,i think it will come down though ,HMV already proved that .I am a massive fan ,but you would have thought the band would have more to say about ripping the fans off.The third CD is all the fans want,and to bury it within such a high priced set is bad but not surprising.
The artwork is quite ironic actually,in the eighties i remember an interview with Phil and he mentions Zillionaire by ABC and how he thought the cartoon personas of the group was such a bad idea,now here he is doing it himself.


So at one end there’s the 2 Cd on HMV for £30 and just under £13 on Amazon.
Or the deluxe 3Cd/DVD for £45 on HMV or £80 on udiscover.
The vinyl on udiscover £75 or £1o1 on HMV.
Bizarre to say the least.

Jason Buchanan

I have pre ordered the Deluxe Edition with 3 Cd’s and the FABULOUS DVD but missed out on the signed print as I only found out about this amazing release a few hours ago. I see the signed print is a poster of the Art Work, I don’t think the cover is great so I don’;t care about missing out on the signed poster. It’s the content on Disc 3 and the DVD I am in rapture with, so all good :-)

Jason Buchanan

It’s simple, those who don’t want to spend the price that it is, don’t buy it. For us who have already pre ordered and don’t care about how much it is, it is our money and we can spend as much of it as we like on our favourite electronic band!

Chris Merritt

Wow – would love to go in for the vinyl, but that cover is truly awful. What happened to good design?


@Chris-You wouldn’t buy it because you don’t like the cover ?

Chris Merritt

I suppose not – not that I don’t have some ugly vinyl, mind you. But I would have been really grateful to see the design ethos of the late 70s to mid-80s releases continued, as 3/4 of this is a celebration of the releases from those years…


exactly. when I saw the cover I thought “that’ll serve me for laughing at the elton cover” … a band I love end up with a cover even worse … now I know the artist I see it a bit differently. still don’t like it. just wish they had had some cool photographs took for it.
love the HL. saw for first time in 95. met after that Nottingham gig. loveliest people


If you don’t like the cover, AND you don’t like the price…


Another moan about the price…. are we surprised how many people are complaining about the cost when…
Marc Almond Trials Of Eyeliner box set- 10 CD’s + 64-page hardcover book. COST: £75.00
Simple Minds New Gold Dream Super Deluxe – 5xCD’s, 1xDVD. COST £39.99
Human League Anthology – 3xCD’s, 1xDVD + 58-page hardback book. COST: £79.99
All available from the same supplier yet their pricing is all over the place.
Makes you wonder what is behind the pricing difference in these box sets, surely it cannot be a hardback book, especially when the Almond is giving more at a cheaper price.
Up until last week The Human League Anthology 3xCD, 1xDVD was selling on eBay for £39.99, now its £84.


£44.99 HMV


Cheers. That`s Better.

Derek Langsford

They still don’t deliver outside the UK.


I have no clue what those first two CD’s are supposed to be about with extended versions, instrumentals and b-sides which if it’s meant to be a singles collection then it’s a complete mess. There is nothing unreleased on the first 2 CD’s either so why on earth would anybody want to buy it when there are about another HL 15 singles collections out there that are a hell of a lot better than this.


agree. instrumental sound of the crowd?! sure the casual buyer will love that!
I would rather have a comprehensive singles 2 cd package or all mixes. not a bit of each,
Heart like a wheel is perfect in original form, so why put the remix on!? (which I love BTW)
I just don’t like something that is *nearly perfect* … that said, still will be getting the
deluxe. love this band.


Hi this is my first post on this excellent website. Just to let you know that I have spotted the 3 cd/ DVD version on Hmv.com for £45. I have pre ordered it from them.


That’s a big saving over £27 good spot i still think it’s too expensive even at that price. I noticed the 2 CD on there for £29.99 ???


Nice find Alan!
Its an Anthology and not a straightforward GH,hence the track listing,by putting different edits on they’ve tried to keep people who want the hits and fans who want something a bit different happy.
As far as I know the below have not been officially released on CD.
I am almost certain that the single edit of only after dark is included & the (add your voice ) version from the 7″ of sound of the crowd too (even though timings state otherwise)
Nightclubbing(without rock n roll)
Louise dj edit(promo 7″)
I need your loving dj edit (promo 7″)
Love is all that matters dj edit(promo 7″)
Tell me when radio edit (promo cd)
Night people radio edit(promo cd)
Sky radio edit(promo cd)


Very expensive. Not worthy in my opinion

Paul Mac

Have to agree with those complaining about the price of the deluxe version. For what you get, it’s the most ridiculously over-priced item I’ve seen…well, possibly ever. I’m not above paying ridiculous prices for a CD or vinyl that I really want, but that’s for something rare that isn’t generally available any more. This is a new and as far as I know, unlimited release. I’ll be waiting for the price to drop substantially before buying, I think.


Well if you became a big fan after hearing dignity of labour,you were hardly gonna love Human,lol.I love Crash,it may be more a ‘featuring The human League’ but I love it non the less.The Jam & Lewis penned Human is a great track and as we all know saved their career worldwide.

Simon F

The artwork is abysmal, the price is a joke and the track listing is more than a tad disappointing. Why do we need two versions of the horrific Louise? I was big fan of the League for many years after hearing Peel play the Dignity Of Labour EP, but it all went wrong when they hooked up with Jam & Lewis for the Crash album. J&L were great for Janet Jackson but totally wrong for the Human League. When a song as dreary as Human features about six songwriting credits you know it’s time to get the hell out. ‘Please forgive me’ intones Phil at one point in that song. No.


I love the Dignity of Labour (also first thing I heard by the Human League) but I also really love Crash (I actually prefer it to Hysteria) although I must admit that I am really really not a fan of the track ‘Human’.
However I don’t think of them as being by the same band even though the name is the same.
Reproduction and Travelogue are vastly different to anything that came afterwards and so I don’t tend to compare them (I actually prefer League Mk I but that doesn’t diminish my love of Mk II). Similarly with Ultravox I think of the Foxx and Ure eras as two different bands (although I do think that Vienna at least sounds like a natural progression from Systems of Romance whereas the second side of Penthouse and Pavement sounds more like a natural progression from Travelogue than Dare does).

Chris Merritt

“Why do we need two versions of the horrific Louise?” is the quote of the day as far as I’m concerned.


haha. perfect ;)

Phil G.

*puts on Amazon Wish List, waits until price drops to something more reasonable*


Not happy about the price (hoping it will come down) but I am ordering it anyway…
The tracklising is interesting – quite frankly any Human league compilation that omits “Together in Electric Dreams “(a god-awful song and not from the League) immediately has something to recommend it.
In any case I feel that there are enough standard League compilations around to please the casual buyer.
CD3 looks great (although I am also disappointed about the ‘missing’ Long version of Toyota City and the alternative version of Marianne – it would have been great to have these on CD finally).
I won’t watch the DVD often but I am looking forward to the Marsh/Oakey/Ware footage.

As for the artwork – I know I am in the minority but I like it! Again it makes a change from the usual.

I was waiting with bated breath for the David Buckley book – I hope he is still planning on releasing it.

Thanks for digging this info up Paul – was desperate to find out more when I heard the initial rumours.


All those videos crammed on to a single DVD the quality will be terrible.

Neil Kelly

Doubt many will know this but missing TOTP2 ‘All i ever wanted’ and the Later with Jools Holland track that the record company involved wouldn’t license out cheaply last time out for the DVD probably ‘Tell me when’ or ‘One man in my heart’ (at a guess – memory lost). Disappointing. Especially at that price!

Jason Buchanan

Yes, I knew there was an All I Ever Wanted TOTP performance which was shown on TOTP 2 and I just realised reading your post that it is missing it, drats!!!!!!!!


being boiled. it’s my fave of the 3 songs. shame its not included


Horrific pricing.

At first I thought the vinyl was bad, that’s over £24 per disc.

But then I saw the 3CD and DVD for the same price!

I’m a big League fan, but would only get this at half of the price.

Jog on


Why do so many Folks Point out that for x Pound less I can buy an Erasure box or a Dead or Alive box and I get 15 or 20 or 65 CDs more than the Human League has to offer? I don’t Need a Dead or Alive box, I want the Human League set, and no-one who wants this set will say: “Oh, wait, I can save a lot of Money when I buy a bigger box from another Artist.”
If you want to argue with the amount of CDs and the Money you have to pay for it, then you have to Forget about all the box sets on this site and buy this Frank Sinatra box set with 46 CDs for only 49 Euro. Slightly more than one Euro per CD can’t be beaten by Erasure or whoever.


first : both deluxe signed versions are sold out, that means 200 copies have been sold

so if you think the price is deterring people, it hasn’t yet.

i’ll be getting the deluxe version at some point, when i can find it for less.

to me, i’ve been collecting human league for 30 plus years, and have spent more
money on promo’s, releases, and other items than how much this costs.

i currently have nearly 100 items from them.

and just ordered a 12″ from the uk for a promo, that cost 20UKP. (and i already had those mixes on CD already also, i just wanted the tracks on vinyl).

so the price of this boxset, while high, is still not bad, considering what you are getting for it.

since the human league has wound down their career, and there’s not really anything new to look forward to.

getting all the back items i’m missing is about the only thing left.

this new collection might be one of the last new things from them, so i’m going to keep supporting the band while i can.



Raj (Negative1),

I am with you – it’s a bit expensive but why not? It’s got a lot that Human League collectors will want. I hope the book is really nicely done. The DVD looks superb.

I was just looking through Human League on Discogs and there is a lot of rare stuff that some fans have noted here. Are the greek mixes of Sky/Egomaniac from Marsheaux and Fotonovela worth the price? Weird they never came out anywhere else – same question for that promo cd of “You’ll be Sorry.” Are those remixes any good?



The Greek mixes are really good,in fact I was listening to them today and I think they are the best mixes from Credo.
Regarding you’ll be sorry,it’s pretty rare but,I don’t like the mixes,other than the instrumental.The others are very generic club mixes.


200 copies sold isn’t that many is it ? Your comment about the price of the box set being not bad for what you are getting is seriously misguided. If you think that £72 is an acceptable price for for 3 CD’s and a DVD then you are the only one who thinks that proved by the hundreds of posts on various discussion sites on the net.


Ok so 200 isn’t that many but it makes your comments ‘seriously misguided’and ‘the only one who thinks the price is acceptable’ a load of nonsense.I would bet a large amount of the ‘hundreds’ of posts on various sites will complain about anything and everything and wouldn’t buy it regardless.
I can’t understand why the price is bringing out such venom.we all know it really is as simple as don’t buy or wait until the price drops.I waited for the first Bowie box price to drop and the bananaramma singles box.No biggie,didn’t feel the need to slag them of in the mean time.

Paul E.

@Neil…perhaps but I’ve seen his (negative1) posts all over the net (i.e. NO forum) and believe he is a huge music consumer as am I. I guess it’s just an individual’s decision at the end of the day to buy now, wait for a lower price, etc. Personally, this site (my favorite by far) certainly tempts the wallet, scares my wife, and regardless of the artist on topic: is always an enjoyable read. This hobby for me is passion and it’s almost therapeutic to see others spend to the same or greater degree than me.


Ok, I am going to complain, because I end up buying all their reissues.singles collections/Best Of’s… The first thing I noticed on this track list was that once again they have included the “Extended Version” of (Keep Feeling) Fascination. They seem to like that version quite a bit, because it’s been on most all the past few releases, I was hoping for the Single version. Blah Blah Blah



Erik Vang Olsen

I don’t understand what can justify the price difference between the 2CD set and the 3CD+DVD set? You pay an extra 60£ for a CD and a DVD. Why?