The Definitive Collection - Level 42 Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Pop Rock / Artist: Level 42 / Audio CD released 2006-06-12 at Polydor Group / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Lessons In Love 2 The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up) 3 Heaven In My Hands 4 Something About You 5 Hot Water 6 The Chinese Way 7 Leaving Me ... more
The Definitive Collection - Level 42 ... Way
7 Leaving Me Now
8 Running In The Family
9 To Be With You Again
11 It's Over
12 Micro Kid
13 Children Say
14 Love Games
15 Turn It On
17 Take A Look
18 Take Care Of Yourself
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World Machine - Level 42Level 42 - World Machine - Good, But Probably Not Great (2095 words)
by Hishyeness - written on 06/06/09 (Very useful, 115 readings)
~~~~~~~~~~~ INTRODUCTION ~~~~~~~~~~~ Last night, I finally fulfilled the lifelong and much delayed ambition of seeing L Level 42 perform live - at the Hampton Court Music Festival. Sort of like "The Sun" newspaper, which many people seem to read, but no one will admit to buying, Level 42 are one of those bands that people secretly like, but will deny allegiance to with the same haste and insistence with which St Peter denied Christ. I have never really understood this behaviour, as in my mind, Level 42 are one of the most "complete" bands I have ever had the pleasure of following. By "complete" I mean that they are excellent, innovative ...
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