The Human League - Heart Like A Wheel

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"Heart Like a Wheel" is a song by the British synthpop group The Human League. It is taken from their 1990 album Romantic?. 

"Heart Like a Wheel" was the first single to be taken from the Human League's Romantic? album of 1990. It was written by former band member Jo Callis with Eugene Reynolds (of The Rezillos) and features vocals by Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley; with the synthesizer skills of Neil Sutton. It was recorded at Genetic Sound Studios during 1990 and produced by Martin Rushent who was reconciled with the band after an eight-year gap.

The song is a return to the overtly political lyrics that the Human League sometimes do, but dressed up to a poppy hook that makes it palatable to the public. Whereas "The Lebanon" of 1984 was the Human League’s view of the Israeli Invasion of Southern Lebanon and subsequent civil war, "Heart Like a Wheel" is supposedly a commentary on U.S. military imperialism.

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Artist: The Human League
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