- Performer:Heaven 17
- Title:Temptation, Pt. 2 [UK CD]
- Style:New Romantic,New Wave,Punk/New Wave,Synth Pop,Dance-Rock,Club/Dance,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Disco
- Date of release:1992
- Size FLAC version1210 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1683 megabytes
- Size WMA version1870 megabytes
- Formats:AAC WMA APE MP1 MMF MOD
Temptation, Pt. 2. Heaven 17. 3 Tracks. 0. Popular albums by this artist.
Complete your Heaven 17 collection. Temptation (Special Dance Mixes) (12"). Temptation (Special Dance Mixes) (CD, Mini). Temptation (7", RE). Old Gold (2). OG 9820.
Heaven 17's first "live" performance was in 1986 on the UK television programme The Tube (though the band made use of backing tapes during this performance). After the remix album Endless peaked at number 70 in July 1986, the band's fourth studio album Pleasure One was released in November 1986 and featured the single "Trouble" (UK No. 51, Germany. and the abbreviation would not appear again until the Bigger Than America album in 1996. In late 1992, a Brothers in Rhythm remix of "Temptation" reached number 4 and was followed by the compilation album Higher and Higher – The Best of Heaven 17 in 1993. Remixes of "(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang" and "Penthouse and Pavement" were also minor hits in 1993.
Band Name Heaven 17. Album Name Temptation (Remix). Type EP. Data de lançamento 1992. Labels Virgin Records. Estilo de MúsicaNew-Wave. Membros têm este álbum0. Temptation (Instrumental). Saber mais. Other productions from Heaven 17. Before After.
Artist: Heaven 17Duration: Single. HEAVEN 17- The Luxury Gap CD (1983 BLUE FACE UK Album) Temptation. Rarer original blue face disc pressing but shows wear and scratches. Genre: Pop. £. 0 postage. Artist: Heaven 17Duration: Album. Hot Gossip– Geisha Boys And Temple Girls CD. EX+, Heaven 17, Human League.
Heaven 17's debut studio album reached in the UK, and despite the single releases failing to achieve chart success, the album still managed to sell over 100,000 copies. A combination of melodic electropop and left-wing political views may have aided its success. The single (We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang was even banned by the BBC who had worries that it libeled the . President Ronald Reagan. Temptation was the lead single from Heaven 17's second studio album The Luxury Gap, reaching in the UK, in Ireland and also becoming a moderate hit in some European countries. In 1998 a CD single was released to promote the compilation album Retox/Detox. Original vinyl single sleeve from 1983. This is the 1998 CD single sleeve. Come live with me (1983).
CreditsB.E.F. - Producer
Brothers in Rhythm - Producer, Remixing
Glenn Gregory - Composer
Heaven 17 - Primary Artist
Ian Craig Marsh - Composer
Greg Walsh - Producer
Martyn Ware - Composer
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