"Reproduction" is the debut album released by British synthpop band "The Human League". The album was released in October 1979, through Virgin Records Ltd. "Reproduction" contains nine tracks of electronic music/synthpop and was recorded during six weeks at The Human League's studio in Sheffield. The recordings were produced by Colin Thurston, who had previously worked on some key new wave recordings such as Iggy Pop's "Lust for Life" and the first "Magazine" album .


"Reproduction" Album's Tracks/Singles


Other Albums by The Human League

Other popular albums released by The Human League.