Top Heaven 17 Albums
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Crushed By the Wheels of Industry
Crushed By the Wheels of Industry
[2014]
Live from Metropolis Studios - Heaven 17
Live from Metropolis Studios - Heaven 17
[2013]
Before/After: The Mixes
Before/After: The Mixes
[2012]
Penthouse and Pavement (Special Edition)
Penthouse and Pavement (Special Edition)
[2010]
* Naked As Advertised: Versions 08
* Naked As Advertised: Versions 08
[2008]
Don't Fear the Reaper - EP
Don't Fear the Reaper - EP
[2008]
Live At Last
Live At Last
[2008]
I'm Gonna Make You Fall In Love With Me
I'm Gonna Make You Fall In Love With Me
[2007]
Sign O' the Times
Sign O' the Times
[2007]
Penthouse and Pavement
Penthouse and Pavement
[2006]
Absolutely the Best (Live) - Heaven 17
Absolutely the Best (Live) - Heaven 17
[2006]
Hands Up To Heaven (Exclusive DJ Mixes)
Hands Up To Heaven (Exclusive DJ Mixes)
[2006]
Before After
Before After
[2005]
Teddy Bear, Duke & Pyscho
Teddy Bear, Duke & Pyscho
[1988]
Endless
Endless
[1986]
Pleasure One
Pleasure One
[1986]
The Luxury Gap (Deluxe Version)
The Luxury Gap (Deluxe Version)
[1983]
Penthouse and Pavement (Bonus Tracks)
Penthouse and Pavement (Bonus Tracks)
[1981]
Related Information for Heaven 17
Heaven 17 is a British synthpop band originating in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England that was formed in 1980, having much 80s success with their electronic sound. Taking their name from a fictional group mentioned in Anthony Burgess's novel A Clockwork Orange (where 'The Heaven Seventeen' are at number 4 in the charts with 'Inside'), Heaven 17 formed when Ian Craig Marsh and Martyn Ware split from their earlier group, The Human League, and devised the production company British Electric Foundation (B.E.F.).Shortly after, they recruited their good friend and photographer Glenn Gregory on vocals to complete their lineup for Heaven 17. Contrary to popular belief, they were not 'New Romantic... read more