I’m going to keep this brief, since I’ve previously mentioned this as a guilty pleasure a few times. The Lebanon, released by The Human League in 1984, is Phil Oakey’s synthpop crew at their most ill-advised and wonderful. Jointly written by Oakey and keyboard player Jo Callis, it was created under the intense pressure from Virgin to follow up the success of their previous album, Dare. Continue reading
Oh. Where to begin? You mean this?