"Love Is All That Matters" is a song by the British synthpop group The Human League. It was the third single to be taken from their 1986 album Crash, but was released two full years after the album in October 1988 to promote the band's Greatest Hits album.
It was recorded in early 1986 at the Flyte Time studios in Minneapolis while the Human League were in residence recording Crash with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. This song, like many other from the album, was a love song aimed towards the United States market, where the first single from Crash, "Human", had reached number one. However, this single failed and only charted in the UK where it reached number 41. As a result of the disappointing sales there would be no further releases from Crash. "Love Is All That Matters" was released principally to promote the imminent release of the first Greatest Hits album in 1988.
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