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Martyn Ware


Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, If The Human League didn’t exist, it would be essential to invent them, such is their influence on British electronic music. Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh were computer operators in the mid-1970s and started an experimental electronics band - The Future - with Adi Newton in Sheffield during the economically depressed 1970s. When Newton left, the pair searched for a new vocalist so that they could remain behind their keyboards. Somewhat ironically, their first choice was Glen Gregory (more on him in a moment), but he was already in another band in London, so they auditioned Martyn’s old school friend Phil Oakey. To test his suitability as lead singer and collaborator, Oakey was asked to come up with the melody and lyrics to an early version of ‘Being Boiled’. The result gave birth to The Human League and what many consider to be their finest track, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. When initially released in 1978, the song’s beefy bass-line sounded like a steroidal ‘70s John Carpenter score. Fused to this was Phil Oakey’s eerie, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) from mexico, yet meaningless lyrics (“Listen to the voice of Buddha/Saying stop your sericulture/Little people like your offspring/Boiled alive for some god's stocking/Buddha's watching, Buddha's waiting”) adding to the track’s electro-chic. Live, The Human League looked extraordinary. Striking visuals were projected behind the group by ex-art student Adrian Wright (who would become their ‘visual director’), meanwhile, Ware stood walled behind an apparently avant-garde Futurist-inspired Perspex screen (in reality a gob-shield). Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, And who could forget Phil Oakey; a northern androgyne whose asymmetrical haircut was both preposterous and stylish.

Two albums emerged from this first phase of the band: ‘Reproduction’ (1979), and then the more commercially successful and better received ‘Travelogue’ (1980). Each mixed pop elements with the unconventional. ‘Reproduction’ contained some of the more poppy numbers that were designed to be sung along to (for example, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) for sale, ‘Blind Youth’ and the eccentric ‘Empire State Human’), yet also showcased the group’s penchant for experimentalism with, what has to be, the most original cover version of ‘You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling’ ever.

‘Travelogue’ was a heavier album in terms of its electronic treatment, although both albums had lyrics that were surreal and dark. The first track - ‘The Black Hit of Space’ – was an indication of what was to come: a booming, distorted bass; keyboard and sound effects that mixed low-fi with sci-fi; and lyrics that were baffling but glorious (“How can it stay at the top/When it’s swallowed all the shops?”), Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription.

Whether Martyn Ware decided to leave the group in 1981 or was unceremoniously sacked, depends on who you talk to. According to Martyn, he was booted out by Phil Oakey. Plain and simple. Cruelly, The Human League went on to enormous success with their next album, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) online cod, ‘Dare’. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, When Ware and Marsh were in the band, they were admired artistically, yet remained penniless. With the break-up, Ian decided to stick with Martyn. Hence, the founders and ideologues of the group left together and started two new bands: Heaven 17 and its production/corporate division, BEF (the British Electric Foundation).

Glen Gregory was recruited as Heaven 17’s lead singer. Heaven 17 never quite had the cache of The Human League meaning that, somewhat unfairly, their early work is often bypassed in the histories of early British electro-pop. As ‘Reproduction’ and ‘Travelogue’ marked The Human League’s best work, so it’s fans of Heaven 17 who usually state that ‘Penthouse and Pavement’ is the band’s finest album, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. It’s certainly their most interesting, Discount Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin), mainly because the first few tracks marked where the band was headed (electro-soul) while the second half of the album represented the past (i.e. ‘pure’ electronic music). The majority of tracks were works-in-progress that would have made their way on to the next Oakey/Ware/Marsh album. That was never to be. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, ‘Penthouse’ was followed by Heaven 17’s most successful album to date – ‘The Luxury Gap’ – which marked the commercial highpoint for the band with the hit singles ‘Temptation’ and ‘Come Live with Me’. Five albums followed (‘How Men Are’, ‘Pleasure One’, ‘Teddy Bear, Duke & Psycho’, ‘Bigger than America’, and ‘Before After’) with varying degrees of success.

Besides being credited as one of the main influences on British electronic music, Martyn Ware has been a record producer for numerous artists, most notably Tina Turner whose career he helped kick-start with the 1983 single ‘Let’s Stay Together’, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) schedule. In 1994 he produced Erasure’s hugely successful album ‘Say / Say / Say’. This lead to numerous projects with Erasure’s Vince Clarke - most notably the now five year old Illustrious Company which, as stated on its website, provides “original music soundscapes to accompany exhibitions, art installations, galleries, museums and the performing arts”.

Adam Locks catches up with a very busy Martyn Ware in Soho to talk about The Human League, Heaven 17 and a plethora of current projects:

Martyn, can I start by asking a little about your background, and how you ended up getting into electronic music in Sheffield during the economically depressed ‘70s.

MW: “We started at a place called Meat Whistle where I met Ian and Glen and lots of friends who I’ve still kept friends with to this time, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. It was like an intellectual youth club. It was one of Britain’s first multi-media youth clubs, really. They had access to early video cameras. Get Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin), So, we used to mess around and invent groups. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, We used to perform for one day only and then they’d disappear and so on and so forth; so, it was a kind of experimental time. None of us ever anticipated being in a serious group and performing live. This was all pre-punk remember, so we spent all our time going to see King Crimson, Captain Beefheart, Frank Zappa – you name it – and experimental stuff as well; well, experimental stuff for us. Then, of course, the other thing that came along that was very interesting was that synthesizers at that time were extremely expensive and really specialist instruments. They were either made by people from kits which is what Ian Marsh did, but he couldn’t do anything except make motorbike sounds, purchase Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) online. You couldn’t play tunes on it, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. It looked great with lots of switches…”

But didn’t sound brilliant!

MW: “No, but, then around 1975/76, Korg came on the scene and Roland and started making domestic synthesizers for everyday musicians as opposed to the early Moogs which were really regarded as very much kind of Prog rock. All these things were quite expensive. The early Korg – the 770S – which was my first synthesizer, was like a realistic price – it was like £350 or something.”

Even then, that must have been a fair bit of money.

MW: “Well, it was a lot of money. It was the same price as a second-hand car. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, To this day I don’t drive, but it would have been the time that I was earning a bit of money being a computer operator. We’d been to all these gigs and I thought, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) no prescription, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool to be like Eno?’ – just for fun and not with any intention of doing anything apart for our own pleasure. It was an entirely different landscape then. To put it in context, there was no Midi, there were no drum machines, there were no personal computers which could run compositional software. So, everything had to be done. There were not even any multi-track recorders.”

So in that sense, people credit you with being one of the founders of electronic music in this country?

MW: “I think we’d take credit for populist electronic music, being at the start of that, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. If you look at Kraftwerk – they were a very wealthy bunch of individuals. They actually worked with Robert Moog himself to create their own systems. We were in awe of them, of course, but we simply didn’t have that kind of money, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) results. It sounds like the four Yorkshiremen sketch, but we were very poor. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, Our first works were bouncing from track to track; we didn’t even have a mixing desk or an ECU. None of us had any kind of conventional musical skills apart from a good ear.”

Could you play keyboards?

MW: “No, no. I still can’t, really. I’m still pretty rubbish.”

So, when you played live and had the tape recorder on, what were you and Ian actually playing on the keyboards?

MW: “We were playing live, but they were monophonic keyboards. It was like one-fingered typing. There was actually more skill involved with changing the patches at the end of every song because there was no pre-sets, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) pictures, Actually, that’s not quite right. If you listen to some of the early stuff we did off the ‘Golden Hour Of The Future’ which is all our early demos it’s clear we had a musical sensibility. I’ve always had a very good musical ear. I can basically pick-up most instruments and replicate a tune that I hear. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, And that’s really the key, if not the only thing to be record producer. I’m the classic, ‘I can’t do it, but I know man who can’.”

Brian Eno was very much like that, wasn’t he?

MW: “Yeah. It was a conceptual, different way of being, but for people making music. The thing that blew it all wide open of course was punk, canada, mexico, india, not necessarily because of the music (although I loved a lot of it) – it opened up the minds of A&R men. In the wake of punk, they were looking for things that simply didn’t sound like anybody else.”

Human League were snapped up by Virgin.

MW: “Yeah. The weird thing was that the first single that we put out – ‘Being Boiled’ – literally cost us about £2.50 which was the cost of the quarter-inch tape, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. A friend of mine sent it without telling us, up to Bob Last who was head of a label and he loved it. The next thing we know, he’d given a copy to John Peel and he was playing it like every couple of days for three months. Before we knew it, in three months by word of mouth, it had sold about 6-7,000 copies without any promotion. After Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin), That’s the point where Virgin started getting interested.”

The band must have been quite brave to be so arty during the heyday of punk. Was it sometimes frightening to be facing audiences for acts you were supporting such as Siouxsie and the Banshees and Iggy Pop? Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, MW: “Yeah, it was.”

I read that you considered playing one London gig in crash helmets!

MW: “We did wear crash helmets for one gig, but that was at the Sheffield students’ union.”

So you really did wear crash helmets?

MW: “Yeah, for one gig, but that was before we were signed up for anything.”

And was this for safety reasons?

MW: “No, it was because we loved the film ‘Rollerball’. I was wearing a Spiderman mask, if I remember rightly. We were just having a laugh. But, yes, it was the height of skinhead activity and punk. It was kind of unpredictable how we were going to be received to be honest. The first gig that we did in London was with the Rezillos – Jo Callis’s band [later to join The Human League for ‘Dare’] - and we had no idea how we were going to be received because they had a big punk following, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. What a lot of people forget is that many skinheads followed the punk thing. Ian had bought his equipment on HP – there’s a golden oldie. – he hadn’t paid for it. I had paid for mine in cash. Anyway…”

So you were really worried about the equipment being damaged at these gigs. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, MW: “Oh yeah. We were more worried about the equipment than ourselves to be honest because we thought that if they hated it, cheap Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) no rx, we could just walk off. Anway, Ian built this stand with Perspex screens to stop people gobbing at the equipment.”

But it looked amazing.

MW: “Yeah, it looked great. NME said, it was a powerful example of alienation in contemporary society, but no, it was just a screen covered in gob. So, there was that kind of stuff. When we did a Siouxsie and the Banshees tour, we were received with kind of bemusement and, occasionally, approbation, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. The audience appreciated a lot of it because we had slides by this time so it was kind of like an art installation and nobody had ever seen anything like it.”

That was with Adrian.

MW: “Yeah, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) price, Adrian Wright. We played the Victoria Hall in Stoke-on-Trent. It sounded terrible in that venue. We came on as a support act and there were loads of skinheads at the front of the stage all trying to pogo. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, I came off stage at the end of our set and Phil said, ‘Are you all right Martyn?’ What I didn’t realise was that I was covered in blood. Ian had seen this skinhead at the front of the stage banging his nose at the edge of the stage, swallowing the blood, and spitting it at me. When I went back, it was all over the keyboards. The other classic story is from Europe when we were headlining. About 15 minutes into a 30 minute set, the crowd start booing. I thought, ‘This isn’t a good sign’, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. The next thing we know, order Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) online c.o.d, they start throwing things.”

Bottles?

MW: “Yeah, bottles. One particular thing was – you know in old style coaches, they used to have those ashtrays, the semi-circular ones – one of those missed my head by about six inches. Then we noticed that in the audience they were burning a Union Jack. We did cut that gig short. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, We went to the dressing rooms to get changed. The people who were meant to be security had fucked off and there were all these skinheads backstage. I was thinking, ‘This is not good, not good, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) pics, not good’. I thought they were just going to kill us. Eventually, it turned out that they were just after some mischief. The whole thing just dissolved, basically, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. It was like a nightmare.”

Did Phil Oakey’s appearance ever generate hostility from the sort of audiences you’re talking about?

MW: “It was a different time, really. Because you dressed up in outrageous clothes or had an outrageous hairdo, it didn’t kind of have any connotations with sexuality. It was just regarded as wacky showbiz, I think. It didn’t have that implication then. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, I don’t think it does now, really. I know his hair was kind of provocative and kind of ambisexual, but I think that was just for showbiz.”

Looking back to the two Human league albums that you and Ian did – namely ‘Reproduction’ and ‘Travelogue’ – how do you view them now, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) no rx. Do you think they’ve aged well?

MW: “I think they’re fantastic. I would be fans of them if I hadn’t made them. I still can’t believe we did them.”

But is it true that you were disappointed with the production on ‘Reproduction’?

MW: “I’ll tell you what it is, right. Yes, is the short answer, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. Nobody really understood what that was about at that time. It’s a very boring fact, but actually you need a whole different set of production priorities to make that stuff sound good. Our intention was to make those albums – and especially ‘Travelogue’ – sound kind of hard. The thing is, it didn’t translate very well to tape a lot of stuff because people simply didn’t know how to record it properly. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, When it got transferred to CD, it sounded even worse. We’ve just re-mastered them in the last eighteen months. Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) trusted pharmacy reviews, They sound exactly as we intended them to sound in the studio then. We went back to the original tapes using new mastering techniques – multiband compression particularly – and now the bottom end sounds really punchy and tight and punky and…”

Brutal.

MW: “Yes, brutal. They now sound like they were made yesterday. I’m thrilled with them, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. I urge anybody who has got the original two albums to chuck them in the bin and buy these.”

I bought those albums a long time ago, not quite when they were first released, but back in 1982. Dare I say it, I prefer them to the Human League’s ‘Dare’.

MW: “Well, I think they have more depth. I mean, I do like the way they produced that album and I think some of the songs are really good, but I don’t think it had a lot of depth, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) forum. It’s a pop album and a very, very good one. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, It wouldn’t have sold so many copies if it hadn’t been so good. But, in terms of artistic depth, there’s nothing to compare with those first two Human League albums.”

How frosty was your relationship with Phil Oakey after you and Ian left the band. I’ve read that you called Phil a ‘berk’ in an interview, he called you a ‘twat’, and that you also publically stated that you’d erased the master tapes that he was going to use on tour.

MW: “I have no memory of that at all. I was a different person then. I honestly can’t remember. I’m not hiding anything, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. Actually, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) wiki, it sounds like quite a good idea. If he hadn’t done it, I wish I had of done. It was very acrimonious.”

You’re friends with Phil now, aren’t you.

MW: “Yeah, we’re fine, but he’s hard to contact.”

Plus you both live in different places. He’s in Sheffield. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, MW: “Yeah, he lives in Sheffield. I live in London. We’ve got entirely different lives. But we have done shows together since then.”

Have you?

MW: “We did a whole ‘Here and Now’ tour together. We also did a gig at the Astoria together – by together, I mean on the same bill.”

Have you ever considered revisiting ‘Reproduction’ and ‘Travelogue’ by playing them live?

MW: “I’ve made this clear, effects of Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin), well I thought I’d made this clear on various public domains and I’d be quite happy to talk to Phil and his management about it. I think a great idea would be to do ‘Travelogue’ and ‘Reproduction’ live in one night: one before the break, one after the break at the South Bank, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. I think we could sell out a week doing it. It’s not just for money. I think it would be a really fantastic thing to do because it would be a time travel thing. The other thing I’ve thought about is doing a tour with them and ABC – maybe the three of us together. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, We could go all over the world with that one. I think it’s a good balanced bill.”

I’d rather see ‘Reproduction’ and ‘Travelogue’ live.

M: “I do think it would be tremendous because those two albums were so far ahead of their time. They’re actually even more relevant now from a sound point of view.”

They are incredibly influential albums.

MW: “Yeah, and I’m glad they are. I think, without being conceited, Doses Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) work, I think they were without very much of a context at the time, so people found them like something that had just been dropped down from Mars. A lot of people who think like you do – and obviously we do – have found them influential, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. They’re not related to anything really. It’s almost like doing the soundtrack for an imaginary science-fiction film, but with lyrics in a pop context, and that’s where we were coming from.”

So are you going to try and push this live gig then. Will you try and contact Phil?

MW: “I’ve got so much happening at the moment. I’ve already tried. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, All I can do is keep mentioning it in the public domain. I’m not chasing nobody. But, hey, I would love to do it. The way to force the issue, australia, uk, us, usa, I suppose, would be to actually do it and then do it with a different singer or something – and then Phil would get pissed off. It wouldn’t be the same without Phil.”

No, you need Phil.

MW: “Oh yes, you need Phil. Actually, we could get Martin Fry to do it!”

I’ll be honest, I’m not so keen on Martin Fry and the ABC thing.

MW: “Well, Glen could do it!”

Glen’s very similar sounding to Phil, isn’t he?

MW: “Yeah, similar voice.”

This is a good point to move on to Heaven 17, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. Apparently you and the others in The Human League shied away from having photographs taken and that continued with Heaven 17 where album covers are paintings, not photos. Was this all to do with shyness, or was it more political, or aesthetic?

MW: “Aesthetic. I’ve never seen what the fascination is with photos of a band. Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) dangers, To me, buying an album in those days, you’re trying to get an insight into what the band’s about and you can’t get that from someone sitting on a settee. A painting also makes you more mysterious.”

Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, It also suggests you were rather playful. Whereas a lot of electro-pop artists in the early ‘80s were very po-faced, Heaven 17 always seemed to me to be postmodern. You were quite playful and ironic and quirky.

MW: “I think that is something that’s gone through our entire career.”

I read one story about The Human League wanting to start a gig with a lecture and a slide show and there was going to be one of you telling audience members were to sit.

MW: “No, that was the Talking Heads support gig. Basically, they asked us to support them on their first solo headline tour of the UK because they were fans of what we were doing. We proposed to them designing a massive multi-media show, I mean like 24 projectors and we design the soundtrack and we don’t play at all, but we’re in the audience polling their opinion and talking to them about it. And they agreed, initially, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. So we spent six weeks putting the slide show together and doing the backing tracks and everything, where can i cheapest Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) online. Then, a week before we were due to start, they pulled it.”

Why?

MW: “I think they were scared of being upstaged. It would have been cool and they would have got massive exposure from it. It was a very arty thing to do, but actually quite interesting.”

The Human League were distinctive for their live show visuals. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, David Bowie was impressed by not only your sound, but also by the visuals, wasn’t he?

MW: “Yes. He came to see us at a pub in London.”

Bowie came to see you in a pub?!

MW: “Well, it was a gig-pub. So, we were in this back stage area – I mean tiny – covered wall-to-wall in graffiti, cigarette stub marks on the floor, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) online no prescription, everywhere stinking of beer and piss and who walks in, but David Bowie – out of the blue with an entourage of about ten. This was like twenty minutes before we were due to go on and we were absolutely freaked out as you can imagine. Then he was in the press the following week and said, ‘This is the future’. The big pity was that we didn’t get a chance to work with him.”

Let’s move back to Heaven 17, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. ‘Penthouse and Pavement’ is a curious album. One half is rather funky, the second half sounds like a mixture from ‘Reproduction’ and ‘Travelogue’. Why was this?

MW: “They were tracks that me and Ian had been working on that got re-purposed. We hadn’t written the lyrics for them or anything. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, So, they were just lying around, and as soon as The Human League split, I thought, ‘You can fuck off – you’re not having those!’.”

So did you leave Phil with nothing?!

MW: “We left him nothing, no. So that’s why we decided to have two entirely different sides on the album: one that was a fresh start which is the ‘Penthouse’ side, ‘Pavement’ was like kind of saying goodbye to what we’d just been doing. The second side – the electronic side – was just that – it was the last fully electronic stuff that we decided to do, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) treatment. We thought that we’d got to differentiate ourselves from what The Human League continued to do, so we started to incorporate real instruments while maintaining an electronic attitude towards it.”

Was this one of the reasons for the split in The Human League, this desire to use real instruments rather than stick to purely electronic music?

MW: “No. The reason for the split is that I’d turned up to the studio one day and Phil said, ‘We’re chucking you out the group’.”

He denies he ever said that.

MW: “It’s not even in doubt that he said that. That’s exactly what happened.”

Obviously, you are two very strong personalities, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. Was the reason you were ‘kicked out’ because the band couldn’t cope with two leaders.

MW: “Well, if someone turns round to you and says they’re sacking you out of a group you started – what am I, Jack Black in ‘School of Rock’. It’s my band mate, we brought you in. Where to buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin), It’s not the other way round. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, I’m not some functionary that you can just get rid of. Then Ian, after a couple of days, said that he wanted to work with me. Phil had assumed that Ian would stay with The Human League, but he didn’t. Anyway, it was as simple as that. It was a bolt out of the blue as far as I was concerned.”

And you had no inclination that something was brewing. Weren’t there tensions in the band?

MW: “Tensions, yes, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. You’ve got to bear in mind that me and Phil were best friends; not just close, but actually living in each others pockets more or less since the fourth form at school. We spent all our time together and had fun. Those years are incredibly formative, order Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) from United States pharmacy. So, it was very hurtful. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, Everyone comes to a point in their life where they are betrayed in an epic, almost biblical sense. This was mine.”

I’m beginning to feel bad for bringing all this up.

MW: “Oh, no, no, no. I’m at a point now where I can talk about it. But Phil’s got a little revisionist take on it.”

Glen Gregory was obviously chosen as the singer for Heaven 17. What made you decide on him for the band?

MW: “Had Glen been living in Sheffiled when we formed The Human League, he would have probably been The Human League lead singer. Phil was my mate, but Glen would have been automatic first choice because we knew he could sing, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. He’d already sung in a couple of bands. Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, So, that’s the irony of it. He was already in a band in London when we were forming The Human League. He was just first port-of-call. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, He looks great, could sing, had charisma. What more do you want. Why go anywhere else?”

‘The Luxury Gap’ was your biggest selling album with two hugely successful singles - ‘Temptation’ and ‘Come Live with Me’. With that success, did the band start living like rock stars. After all, you’d been incredibly hard up while in The Human League even if you were respected and influential.

MW: “Er, yeah we did live the rock and roll lifestyle, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. We had some fantastic years.”

Well, can you tell me anything about it?!

MW: “Well, creatively they were fantastic, comprar en línea Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin), comprar Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) baratos. ‘Penthouse and Pavement’ was record of the year in Melody Maker in ‘81 or something like that. It was in the top 75, which meant something then, for 18 months. So, it actually sold quite a lot, just over a long period of time. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, It kind of seeped into the national consciousness. The funny thing is that most people – if you ask ex-fans of ours – what their favourite songs are, they’ll probably say, ‘Temptation’, ‘Come Live with Me’, Online buying Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) hcl, whatever – they’re all off ‘Luxury Gap’. But if you ask them which albums do they like best, they say ‘Penthouse and Pavement’. However, I think ‘Luxury Gap’ was less punky and experimental and more just going for the jugular in terms of being a commercial success.”

That album has dated very well.

MW: “Yeah. We always intended for what we did to be as timeless as possible. In other words, we made a conscious effort not to nail ourselves to a particular time, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. We always said that we wanted to play this stuff back in ten years time. Little did we know that people would still be playing it twenty odd years later which is great. ‘Luxury Gap’ has a real timeless quality to it, and ‘How Men Are’: I think that album is very under-estimated. I really like that album. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, I think it’s weird and a bit more of its time. But I think there are some things on that album which are at the absolute peak of what we were doing.”

In 1983 you helped produce Tina Turner’s ‘Let’s Stay Together’ which became her first hit for a decade and kick-started her career again. How did that collaboration come about, Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) images.

MW: “The BF album that we did where we originally got James Brown to sing ‘Ball of Confusion’ and we got all the flights booked to go to Atlanta to record with him. Then his lawyers said that they wanted 4% on the entire album. Well, we said, you can cancel the flights because that’s not going to happen, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. Basically, however great we thought he was, he wasn’t commercially that big a pull at that time. But every cloud has a silver lining. I was kind of distraught. The then administrator for Virgin said that he was going out to Los Angeles and would we be interested in meeting up with Tina Turner. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, As luck would have it, three weeks previous to that, I’d seen her at the Venue in Victoria and I thought she was fucking amazing. I loved her. So, she came over and agreed to do it.”

What’s happening with Heaven 17 at the moment. Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) duration, There’s been the recent release of your greatest hits and those three ‘80s albums. Will there be another album at some point in the not-too-distant future.

MW: “We are talking about it, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. The problem is that we’re so busy.”

Are Ian and Greg as busy as you?

MW: “Ian has gone off radar. We don’t know what’s he’s doing, really.”

Is Ian still working in the music business.

MW: “Good question. I don’t know. I’ve seen him twice in the last fifteen months.”

Is he in London Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, .

MW: “He’s kind of moved out of London. He’s got a new girlfriend. I think he’s reinventing himself or something. Me and Glen are in constant contact.”

In terms of production, you’ve worked with some well-known acts including Terence Trent D-Arby, Erasure, where can i buy cheapest Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) online, Marc Almond and Alison Moyet. Who are you working with at the moment?

MW: “I’ve kind of given up on production for a variety of reasons, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. The appeal of sitting in a studio for three months with a particular act does not fill me with joy anymore. I’ve got a real life and it’s amazing. I’ve got two children who I love to death. I like spending time with my wife and them. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, In my work life, I get to do a variety of creative things which I’d never of had the chance to do before. Collaborations with all sorts of different enterprises – artistic and commercial.”

Can you give me some examples?

MW: “Whoooah!”

I’m not asking you to list them all!

MW: “Recently, the biggest stuff we’ve done with Illustrious – we did 24 hours of content in three-dimensional sound in the centre of Mexico City outdoors playing 24 hours a day, seven days a week for ten days in the equivalent of Trafalgar Square, with twelve different sound artists doing two hour pieces based on the sounds of Mexico City. What excites me now is experiential live, open air, public art sound pieces: that’s what gets me hot. We’re doing some performances with an organization called Cybersonica [‘London’s annual festival of electronic music, sonic art and audiovisual fusion’] who are participating in our ‘Future of Sound’ tour which is a kind of edu-tainment lecture tour that we’re doing around Britain supported by the Arts Council starting in December. We were over in LA last week presenting our work to Disney and DreamWorks. We’re also doing some work with DTS who are Dolby’s competitors – that’s why I was struggling to get here on time for this interview, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. I’m just inundated with stuff at the moment.”

Is there anything you’ve heard recently which made you think that that could be the new ‘Travelogue’.

MW: “Er, yeah actually. This friend of mine who I actually mentor for an organization called NESTA (National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts). He’s called Brian Duffy. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, He’s been around for awhile. He’s incredibly talented. I think he’s pretty close to genius. For instance, he created a piece recently called the ‘Optophonic Lunaphone’ which is four major telescopes pointing up at the night sky at various constellations, taking the visual input (the twinkling of the various stars involved) and translating it into sound for a live audience. He’s also got this thing called the Modified Toy Orchestra which is, basically, taking existing technology and re-purposing it. So, in his case, he’s got Barbie dolls, Action men, Speak and Spells etc, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. He goes under the hood to the chip itself, unlocks all the hidden features in these chips, then he attaches all these Frankenstein-like controllers on to the side of these dolls, and him and four other people perform live using these as instruments with all this plugged into a digital mixing desk. It’s just the most incredible thing. It’s almost Kraftwerkian, but really crunchy. He’s releasing an album shortly. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, He’s going to be taking part in the Future of Sound tour. That’s the most exciting album I heard last year in that kind of area.”

Besides The Human League, what other early 80s electronic artists do you see as being really significant for today’s electronic music scene?

MW: “Soft Cell, I suppose. In terms of significant or influential, I don’t know.”

I suppose where I’m heading here is those bands who used to frequent that Mecca for electronic music: the Blitz club in London in the late 70s/early 80s; bands such as Ultravox and Visage.

MW: “Well, John Foxx is still doing experimental stuff. I know John. We keep saying we’re going to get together. We’ve talked a lot recently, Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription. He’s a lovely guy. I hope there’s a chance of a future collaboration. I wanted him to hear the 3D sound system, but the trouble is we’re all so busy doing stuff.”

To finish, will there be a chance of Heaven 17 playing live again in the not-to-distant future?

MW: “We are going to be doing some more gigs. We love playing live. Buy Amoxiclav Sandoz (Amoxicillin) Without Prescription, There’s the Scala live DVD coming out. We did it a year ago. But for us to tour now – because we don’t have any tour support, and both Glen and I have quite busy and successful production companies doing stuff all over the world (in my case) – it needs to not only break even, but make a little bit of money for us to be interested. It’s a lot of effort to do it. We like doing it, but someone needs to come up with a package that’s going to make it worth our while.”

Heaven 17’s first three albums have been reissued with bonus tracks. The Human League’s first two albums have also been reissued, again with additional tracks. Heaven 17’s ‘Live at Scala London’ DVD is on release now. Illustrious’s website is at www.illustriouscompany.co.uk.

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