Hysteria (Human League album)

Hysteria (Human League album)

Infobox Album |
Name = Hysteria
Type = Album
Artist = The Human League

Released = May 1984
Recorded =
Genre = Synthpop
Length =
Label = Virgin Records
Producer = Hugh Padgham
Chris Thomas
The Human League
Reviews = *Allmusic:rating|2.5|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:byez9757krat link]
*Robert Christgau (C) [http://www.robertchristgau.com/get_artist.php?id=600&name=Human+League link]
Last album = Fascination!" (1983)
This album = Hysteria (1984)
Next album = Crash (1986)

Hysteria is the fourth album by the British synthpop band The Human League. Following the worldwide success of the 1981 album "Dare (album)", the band struggled to make a successful follow-up and the sessions for "Hysteria" were fraught with problems. The album name itself is taken from the problematic recording period. [Windle, Rob [http://www.league-online.com/biography3.html] ] Producers Martin Rushent and Chris Thomas both left the project which would eventually be finished by producer Hugh Padgham.

By the time "Hysteria" was released, three years had passed since "Dare" and the album met with relatively lacklustre success in comparison to its multi-platinum predecessor. Three singles from the album made the top-twenty of the UK singles chart but first single The Lebanon was the only song to chart in the U.S., stalling at number sixty-four on the Billboard Hot 100. The album peaked at number three in the UK, later being certified Gold.

In 2005 "Hysteria" was remastered and re-issued with B-sides and extended mixes as bonus tracks.

Track listing

# "I'm Coming Back" (Oakey, Wright)
# "I Love You Too Much" (Burden, Callis, Wright)
# "Rock Me Again and Again and Again and Again and Again and Again (Six Times)" (Austin, Brown)
# "Louise" (Callis, Oakey, Wright)
# "The Lebanon" (Callis, Oakey)
# "Betrayed" (Oakey, Wright)
# "The Sign" (Burden, Callis, Oakey)
# "So Hurt" (Burden, Callis)
# "Life On Your Own" (Callis, Oakey, Wright)
# "Don't You Know I Want You" (Burden, Callis, Oakey)
# "Thirteen" (from "The Lebanon" 12-inch single, and 7" B-side)
# "The World Tonight" (from "Life on Your Own" 12-inch single, and 7" B-side)
# "The Lebanon" (extended version)
# "Life on Your Own" (extended version)
# "The Sign" (extended version)


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