ON THIS DAY, 1981...
On 16th October, 1981 Human League released the album 'Dare'. 'Dare' is the third studio album by the British synth-pop band The Human League. It is one of their most iconic and successful albums.
The album includes some of their most well-known songs, such as "Don't You Want Me," "Love Action (I Believe in Love)," and "Open Your Heart."
"Don't You Want Me" is perhaps the most famous track from the album and is a synth-pop classic. It reached number one on the UK Singles Chart and became a global hit, propelling The Human League to international fame.
The album "Dare" is considered a landmark in the synth-pop genre and played a significant role in popularising electronic music in the early 1980s.
The Human League's use of synthesisers and their distinctive visual style, including the iconic image of lead singer Philip Oakey, contributed to the band's unique and memorable presence in the music world.