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Tomorrow's Music Today poster, 1978
A poster designed by the League to announce the release of Electronically Yours and Sheffield gigs. It includes artwork in a similar style to that used on the sleeve of the single.
Impetus #8 review
Impetus, 1978
An early review of the group's debut single, taken from issue eight of the fanzine Impetus. Includes the first known mis-spelling of Philip's name in print - the first of many...
Impetus #8 review
Melody Maker, June 1978
Another review of the debut single, from UK music paper Melody Maker.
Melody Maker review
Slash, 1978
A further review of Electronically Yours, this time from Slash magazine.
Slash review
ZigZag, August 1978
One of the League's earliest interviews, conducted by Chris Westwood, seemingly before Adrian was officially part of the group (he is not mentioned in the article).
Philip, Martyn and Ian discuss their 'manifesto' and mention is made of both the Being Boiled single and the then-new 'limited edition cassette'.
ZigZag August 1978 (page 24) ZigZag August 1978 (page 25)
Sounds, w/e 12 August 1978
An early interview with John Gill, published the week before the group's first London concert at the Music Machine, supporting the Rezillos.
The group explain the lyrics of both songs on their debut single and describe CARLOS, their Cyclic And Random Lyric Organisation System.
(Published by Spotlight Publications.)
Sounds12 August 1978 (page 17)
Limit advertisement, September 1978
An advertisement for two of the 'local nites' presented by Sheffield's Limit club, the first of which was headlined by The Human League, supported by Graph (featuring future League member Ian Burden on bass guitar) and 'Deaf Leppard' (sic) who would later become monsters of rock, with big mullets.
Limit club ad, September 1978
1979 part one
1979 part two
1980 part one
1980 part two