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Human Nature

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Over the past 19 years, Human Nature have forged one of the most successful careers in Australian music history. Having released eight albums and numerous singles, the band has sold millions of CD's around the world. Human Nature released its first album Telling Everybody on December 2, 1996 and it went on to achieve triple-platinum status. During this time the group also worked as a support act for superstars Michael Jackson and Celine Dion on their respective Australian tours. Counting Down (1998) continued the band's momentum, and debuted at number one on the ARIA charts and generated five gold singles. The band also appeared in an Australian concert tour of symphonic versions of Beatles songs conducted by legendary producer and "fifth Beatle", Sir George Martin. With the realization that they were perhaps outgrowing their original teen market, for their fifth studio album Human Nature decided to pay tribute to the music that influenced them and released an album of Motown covers- Reach Out: The Motown Record- on 6 November 2005. It peaked at number one on the Australian charts and has reached 5 times platinum. Dancing In The Street: The Songs Of Motown II was released and debuted at number one as well. Early 2008 saw Human Nature head over to perform for the first ever time in the USA, with a lengthy engagements in Atlantic City and Las Vegas where the band phas layed to sold out shows and rave reviews. Don't miss this great act!


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