9 thoughts on “ Seconds - The Human League - Dare! (CD, Album) ”

  1. Dare, an Album by The Human League. Released 16 October on Virgin (catalog no. V; Vinyl LP). Genres: Synthpop, New Wave. Featured peformers: Philip Oakey (vocals, synthesizer, design), Ian Burden (synthesizer), Jo Callis (synthesizer), Joanne Catherall (vocals), Susanne Sulley (vocals), Adrian Wright (synthesizer, design), Martin Rushent (producer, programming), The Human League.
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  3. Human League's Dare was groundbreaking at the time of release and its influence and quality has not waned since its release in the early 80s. There is not much I can add in terms of how good this album is and the only disappointment is that the group (in all its varying iterations) have not been able to produce anything approaching the standards set by this album ever since/5().
  4. May 17,  · But Dare, the album he made with the ruins of a broken band, was a paradigm shift: It signified the end of something old—the original Human League—and the .
  5. The Human League are an English synthpop band formed in Originally a minimal Post-Punk synthesiser-based group from Sheffield, UK, they became one of the most successful New Wave acts of the 80s. The only consistent band member is vocalist and songwriter Phil parkbingbibchaupihtigumpcofhandwiderec.xyzinfo band's best known configuration was their lineup of Phillip Oakey (vocals), Joanne Catherall (vocals), .
  6. Dare, an Album by The Human League. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. CDVR 25; CD). Genres: Synthpop, New Wave, New Romantic.
  7. A new three-CD package, ‘Essential’ offers an overview of the Virgin Records-era of Sheffield synth-pop band The Human League. This collection includes all of the band’s top 20 singles during this time, including ‘Don’t You Want Me’, ‘(Keep Feeling Fascination)’, ‘Love Action (I Believe In Love)’ and ‘The Lebanon’ and also features Phil Oakey’s solo single ‘Together in Electric Dreams.’.
  8. Human League's Dare was groundbreaking at the time of release and its influence and quality has not waned since its release in the early 80s. There is not much I can add in terms of how good this album is and the only disappointment is that the group (in all its varying iterations) have not been able to produce anything approaching the /5().

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