the early Human League split up in 1981 the founder
members, Martin and Ian, asked an old friend, Glenn
Gregory, to be the lead singer in their new band Heaven
recorded their album, 'Penthouse and Pavement', at the
same time as Phil Oakey's new version of the Human League
were recording their album 'Dare'. Both albums were
recorded in the same studio which was co-owned by both
bands. Heaven 17 recorded at night and The Human League
during the day.
Penthouse and Pavement was, like Dare, also very successful.
- the excellent official heaven 17 site