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Human League launch tour

PUBLISHED: 14:16 01 December 2010

THE Human League returned to the UEA in Norwich this week to launch their latest tour. The band drew a large crowd to the venue, many who would have followed the legendary New Wave act since their 1980s heyday.

The diehard fans were not disappointed with The Human League performing a string of their classic hits including the number one single Don’t You Want Me.

The trio of Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall and Susan Sulley have been recording and touring for the last 30 years and are set to release a new album, Credo, next year.

Returning for a rapturous encore the band ended on high performing Oakey’s 1984 hit with Giorgio Moroder, Together in Electric Dreams.


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