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Friday, 29 May 2009

The Human League - Love Is All That Matters

'Love Is All That Matters' is the third single taken from The Human League's 1986 album, 'Crash'. It was recorded in early 1986 at the Flyte Time studios in Minneapolis while the Human League were in residence recording Crash with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. This single was like many others from the album, a love song aimed towards the US market. However, this single failed and only charted in the UK where it reached number 41 on ther Singles Chart. The B side is an instrumental version.

In the UK, after the dismal failure of the second single from Crash 'I Need Your Loving' had put a stop to further releases from Crash. 'Love Is All That Matters' was released principally to promote the imminent release of the (then) first Human League Greatest Hits album in 1988.

The Music Video was a result of Virgin Records beginning to lose faith in the Human League and being reluctant to invest in any further elaborate music videos; so the video was kept deliberately low budget. The video is basically edited clips of all the band’s previous music videos to that point, spliced together with animated stills from the key points from those videos. This was also designed to provide a storyboard which promoted the band’s back catalogue to generate interest in the Greatest Hits compilation.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
I Love You Too Much - B-Side


The Human League - Love Is All That Matters - Video

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