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The Music Of LASER558 – The Human League

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      Catching up with some iconic singers and bands of the 1980s and seeing what they’re doing now, we can’t forget to mention The Human League. Formed in 1977 in Sheffield, England, The Human League quickly rose to fame in the 1980s with their unique blend of synth-pop and new wave music.

      Their breakthrough album, “Dare,” released in 1981, featured hit singles such as “Don’t You Want Me” and “Love Action (I Believe in Love)”, which topped the UK record charts. The album solidified The Human League’s status as one of the most successful bands of the decade.

      In the mid-1980s, The Human League continued to dominate the charts with hits like “Human” and “Mirror Man.” Their music was a staple on radio stations like LASER558, which played a crucial role in promoting their songs to a wider audience.

      Fast forward to the present day, The Human League is still going strong. They continue to tour internationally, performing their classic hits for loyal fans as well as releasing new music. Their latest album, “Credo,” was released in 2011 and received critical acclaim for its modern take on their signature sound.

      In recent years, The Human League has also been the subject of various documentaries and retrospectives, highlighting their influence on the music industry and their enduring appeal to fans of all ages. With their timeless music and innovative approach to pop, The Human League has cemented their place as one of the most iconic bands of the 1980s, and their legacy continues to inspire new generations of musicians and fans alike.

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