Human League 5

Human League 5


Human League

  1981 The Human League triple platinum album Dare and the multi-million selling single "Don't You Want Me"were released. Dare reached No. 1 in the UK. It spent a total of four weeks at the top spot over the 1981/82 period, remaining in the chart for 77 weeks Philip Oakey was introduced to  producer Martin Rushent who recorded them at Genetic Studios in Reading, Berkshire. "The Sound of the Crowd" was released and the single was an instant success reaching No. 12 in the UK. Bob Last believed along with Ian Burden that the band could be improved further by the addition of one more professional musician, so in April 1981 Jo Callis (formerly of The Rezillos, a band Last had previously managed) was invited to become the final permanent member of the band. The next single, "Love Action (I Believe in Love)", reached No. 3 in the UK in August 1981. "Don't You Want Me" became the band's biggest hit, selling over two million copies worldwide. Dare has since been labelled as one of pop music's most influential albums.  Please note that the paper is size always larger than the printed image.Info here.

6 x 6 cm Neg Frame

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