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The album contained four hit singles, including the UK/US number one hit "Don't You Want M. The band received the Brit Award for Best British Breakthrough Act in 1982. Further hits followed throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s, including "Mirror Man," "(Keep Feeling) Fascination," "The Lebanon," "Human" (a US No. 1) and "Tell Me When. The band toured for the first time together internationally.
Being Boiled" is a song by the British synthpop band The Human League. lt;/p
Being Boiled" was first released as a single in 1978 on the Fast Product label, and although failing to chart, was influential amongst other new wave and post-punk artists. The band recorded a new version as part of a session for the John Peel radio programme in the summer of 1978. The session was recorded 8 August 1978 and broadcast on 16 August A totally re-recorded version of "Being Boiled" was included on the band's Holiday '80 EP, which reached number 56 in 1980 and number 46 in 1982
Being Boiled" is a song composed by Sheffield musicians Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh, with lyrics by Philip Oakey, and recorded by them as The Human League. It is notable as one of the first pieces of electronic pop music produced in the UK. "Being Boiled" was first released as a single in 1978 on the Fast Product label, and although failing to chart, was influential amongst other new wave and post-punkartists.
Lyrics to "Being Boiled" song by The Human League: Ok, ready, let's do i. .Listen to the voice of Buddha Saying stop your sericulture Little people like your offspring Boiled alive for some Gods stocking Buddha's watching, Buddha's waiting. Just because the kid's an orphan Is no excuse for thoughtless slaying People don't forget this torture Just because you call her mother Doesn't mean that she's your better. Once more with the voice of Buddha He'll say carry on your slaughter Who cares for the little children You may slice with no conviction Blind revenge on a blameless victim.
By now the song was being acknowledged as a significant piece of music that had influenced many artists including Soft Cell and Depeche Mode. In 2003 the British group Liberty X had a UK hit with their merging of the lyrics from Rufus' "Ain't Nobody" and the music from this song.