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September 8th 2008 sees the re-issue of "The Golden Hour Of The Future", the limited edition 2002 compilation of early recordings by The Human League and their earlier incarnation, The Future.
Available both as a CD and a digital download, the compilation features 20 rare tracks recorded before The Human League signed with Virgin Records, dating from 1977 to early 1979.
The CD was compiled by ace record producer Richard X (who has produced and remixed countless artists, including Sugababes, New Order, Jarvis Cocker, Soft Cell, Tiga, Annie, Depeche Mode, Liberty X, Nine Inch Nails and Gwen Stefani) with the assistance of the League's current engineer David Beevers, and Sean Turner of Ex-Rental.
The Golden Hour Of The Future is released by Black Melody, and should be available from all good music stores. Further details of the original CD release can be found here.
The original promotional "Dance Like A Star" EP that accompanied the original CD will also receive a digital and limited vinyl reissue, the digital version including four tracks not on "The Golden Hour Of The Future". Further details of the original EP release can be found here.
For more details and to listen to a podcast featuring Martyn Ware discussing the recordings, visit The Golden Hour Of The Future on MySpace.

To mark the original release of the CD and EP, a special launch party was hosted by The Fan Club in London on Saturday 5th October 2002, attended by past and present Human League musicians...