Dreams of a Life
(Documentary) (writer: "The Things That Dreams Are Made of" - as Philip Oakey)
(writer: "Don't You Want Me")
(writer: "Don't you want me [Trailer]", "Hard Times")
(writer: "Don't You Want Me Baby")
(writer: " (Keep Feeling) Fascination" (1983) - as Philip Oakey)
Made in Sheffield
(Documentary) (writer: "Being Boiled", "Circus of Death", "Empire State Human", "Don't You Want Me")
The Low Down
(writer: - as Philip Oakey) / (writer: "Love Action (I Believe in Love)")
(lyrics: "Together In Electric Dreams") / (performer: "Together In Electric Dreams")
(writer: "Things That Dreams Are Made Of")
Duet with Giorgio Moroder
: "Together in Electric Dreams", used in the movie _Electric Dreams" (1984)_.
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The Human League | Human League | Philip Oakey
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We couldn't possibly have done what we did without punk. Until then, the bands that we really liked, the Curved Airs and the Yes
es and the Genesis
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, The Sex Pistols
, but the point was that they just went out and did it. They learned how to do it, they were on a stage...
Worked as a hospital porter at Fullwood Annexe Hospital, Sheffield, in 1978, before he became famous.