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Heaven 17 - Endless download free

Heaven 17 - Endless download free

Genre: Electronic
Performer: Heaven 17
Album: Endless
Country: UK
Released: 1986
Style: Synth-pop
MP3 version ZIP size: 1279 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1392 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1386 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 957
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Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Heaven 17 collection. A strange compilation which doesn't follow the usual "chart number" formula Megamix", which was originally on a DMC "Members Only" compilation release, before appearing as a b-side of one version of . .

Heaven 17 are an English new wave and synth-pop band that formed in Sheffield in 1980. The band were a trio for most of their career, composed of Martyn Ware (keyboards), Ian Craig Marsh (keyboards) (both previously of the Human League) and Glenn Gregory (vocals). Although most of the band's music was recorded in the 1980s, they have occasionally reformed to record and perform, playing their first ever live concerts in 1997

Heaven 17 ‎– Endless. Label: Virgin ‎– CDV 2383.

Heaven 17. Heaven 17 Megamix, 07:49. Let's All Make a Bomb (New Version), 05:09. And That's No Lie, 06:00.

Is Endless the best album by Heaven 17? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Endless by Heaven 17 (1986) Compilation Overall rank: 98,344th. Accolades: Top albums of 1986 (1,214th). Top albums of the 1980s (12,104th). Best albums of all time (98,344th).

Tracklist

Heaven 17 Megamix 7:51
We Live So Fast 6:08
Penthouse & Pavement 6:34
Let Me Go 6:47
Temptation 4:40
Who'll Stop The Rain 6:07
(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thang 4:15
Let's All Make A Bomb (New Version) 5:09
Counterforce 2:59
Crushed By The Wheels Of Industry 5:57
And That's No Lie 6:00
Sunset Now 5:17

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDV 2383 Heaven 17 Endless ‎(CD, Comp) Virgin CDV 2383 UK 1986
257 719 Heaven 17 Endless ‎(CD, Comp) Virgin 257 719 Europe 1986
0777 7 87274 2 2, CDV2383 Heaven 17 Endless ‎(CD, Comp) Virgin, Virgin 0777 7 87274 2 2, CDV2383 Europe 1986
R-407719 Heaven 17 Endless ‎(Cass, Album, Comp, Mixed) Virgin R-407719 Spain 1986
TCVB 2383 Heaven 17 Endless ‎(Cass, Comp) Virgin TCVB 2383 UK 1986
TCV 2383 Heaven 17 Endless ‎(Cass, Comp, Bla) Virgin TCV 2383 UK 1986
TCV 2383 Heaven 17 Endless ‎(Cass, Comp, Gre) Virgin TCV 2383 UK 1986
32VD-1109 Heaven 17 Endless ‎(CD, Comp) Virgin 32VD-1109 Japan 1988
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Comments:
Folsa
A strange compilation which doesn't follow the usual "chart number" formula. This doesn't contain singles "Play To Win" (No 46 in the UK), or the excellent "Come Live With Me" (No 5), but does include "Counterforce" which was a b-side of "Sunset Now" (No 24), and "...Megamix", which was originally on a DMC "Members Only" compilation release, before appearing as a b-side of one version of "...(and that's no lie), which only reached No 52 in the UK charts. Both "I'm Your Money" and "We Live So Fast", didn't even chart. Maybe the band members just picked their own favourite tracks, "I'm Your Money" in particular, being a big fan favourite. But this in no way detracts from just how good a compilation "Endless" is, especially as most of the singles on there are 12" versions, some of which change hands for decent sums secondhand. And, of course, CD is the perfect medium for electronic music.

Coiriel
Picked this one up from a 1 euro bin at a cd fair, knowing only Temptation actually....which I loved from when I heard it back in the day. It's playing right now and I must say I'm quite surprised by the rest of the material too. Not sure why I never heard more, but I guess Temptation really was their only hit over here. Anyway, fine buy for a lousy 1 euro.

Shadowredeemer
By comparison to later compilations, "Endless" is without doubt the most consistent and representative of Heaven 17´s finest work. In 1986 the group also released "Pleasure One", a then-new album which only pointed out further to what direction the group were heading, replacing electronics with their white-boy soul-funk pretensions. "Endless" seems like a farewell to their early catalogue, at the time deservedly entering its anthological 80s phase. And while even at a later date the group managed to improve on some level at least, their ambitious appetite turned Heaven 17 into a washed down version of themselves, lost between pop, rock and electronics´ ins and outs.Of course, the inevitable brainwash constant for the dancefloor remains comprised in their best-known track - "Temptation". Just like "Tainted Love", "Fade To Grey" or "Just Can´t Get Enough" to name a few, "Temptation" forms part to the inevitable 80s´ hitlist besides which anything else seems not to stand a chance against... But there´s loads of hits here that deserve equal (if not greater) listeners´ attention. Ok, "Fascist Groove Thang" and "Let Me Go" always pass for a second (read: much better) dancefloor choice, than that of "Temptation" (despite the fact "Temptation" is and always will remain a deserved classic) - but it is the "Megamix", Potoker/s excellent up-to-date remix of "Penthouse and Pavement" and especially "Let´s All Make a Bomb (New Version)" that among the continuous playlist of slightly remixed/altered tracks, stand among this compilation´s best shots. Most of the songs are symbolically culled from 12" releases and sound way better than original album tracks - let alone an altogether remixed "Crushed By the Wheels Of Industry" (almost a TAGC track with a pop twist, giving Heaven 17´s experimental side far more breathing space) or the gorgeous two closing numbers - a stunning version of "And That´s No Lie", which in a way is a nice reminder of Kraftwerk´s "Radioactivity", and the optimistically embraced melancholy that is "Sunset Now" (practically reduced of entire verses, but still keeping the song´s essence to make it sound as a whole - in both, the song and the album terms). So, if you´re looking for a proper introduction to Heaven 17, this is the ultimate choice to dive your ears into - although stripped down of the (eventually expected) 7" singles revue appeal (of the lot, "Fascist Groove Thang" is the only survivor in that respect), it´s a perfect preview of the group´s then still-experimental leanings within a pop-context. A clever decision by the group over a collection of remakes which stand on their own unique two feet in order to tease the listener wondering about these songs´original whereabouts.

Saithi
Penthouse & Pavement is a unique John Potoker remix, and the version of Let Me Go has a unique extended intro.

Silverbrew
great spot! I notice the john potoker remix is also on the contenders 12" double pack

X-MEN
Collectors may want to consider the limited cassette box set as this contains 16 tracks as opposed to the 12 on the CD. I am surprised that the CD release was not produced in such a way as to get all the tracks on and to make a nice job with the packaging as was done with the cassette box.

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