Where are they now? >>> The Human League

The Human League are a British New Wave band. They first formed in 1977 and, after a change in line up, achieved huge popularity in the 1980s.
They have continued recording and performing with moderate commercial success in the 1990s and 2000s.

The band’s most popular song is “Don’t you want me” which it was covered by various artists such as Mandy Smith, Alcazar and Neon Trees.
Since 1978, The Human League have released nine studio albums: “Reproduction”(1979), “Travelogue”(1980), “Dare” (1981), “Hysteria” (1984), “Crash”(1986), “Romantic?”(1990), “Octopus”(1995), “Secrets” (2001) and “Credo” (2011).
At the end of 2012, the band undertook the “XXXV Tour” across Europe and the UK, to celebrate 35 years in existence. The shows were critically acclaimed.


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