Anthology - A Very British Synthesizer Group is a compilation album by the British synthpop band The Human League. Released in 2016, the album features a comprehensive selection of the band's greatest hits and most memorable tracks from throughout their career.
The album includes some of The Human League's most iconic songs, such as "Don't You Want Me," "Being Boiled," and "Love Action (I Believe in Love)," as well as lesser-known tracks like "Empire State Human" and "The Lebanon." The album also features a number of rare and previously unreleased tracks, making it a must-have for die-hard fans of the band.
Anthology - A Very British Synthesizer Group showcases the band's pioneering use of synthesizers and electronic instruments, as well as their unique blend of pop, new wave, and post-punk influences. With its catchy hooks, infectious melodies, and sleek production, the album is a testament to The Human League's lasting influence on the synthpop genre and the wider musical landscape.