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The Human League

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The Human League are an English synth-pop band formed in Sheffield in 1977. After signing to Virgin Records in 1979, the band released two albums and a string of singles before attaining widespread commercial success with their third album Dare in 1981. The album contained four hit singles, including the UK/US number one hit "Don't You Want Me". The band received the Brit Award for Best British Breakthrough Act in 1982. Further hits followed throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s, including "Being Boiled", "Mirror Man", "Fascination", "The Lebanon", "Human" (a US No. 1) and "Tell Me When".

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12/06/2017

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Logan Campbell Centre in Auckland, NZ

12/11/2017

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Thebarton Theatre in Torrensville, AU

12/13/2017

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Palais Theatre in St Kilda, AU

12/15/2017

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State Theatre, Sydney in Sydney, AU

12/16/2017

Human League w/ Pseudo Echo

The Star Gold Coast in Broadbeach, AU

12/17/2017

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The Tivoli in Brisbane, AU

07/13/2018

Kew the Music: the Human League

Kew Gardens in London, GB

11/12/2018

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Huxleys Neue Welt in Berlin, Germany

11/13/2018

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Capitol Hannover in Hannover, Germany

11/14/2018

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Batschkapp in Frankfurt, Germany

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The Human League: A Very British Synthesiser Group

Some of the pop music on this collection ranks among the best, but fans and the curious of nature might be better off with acquiring the four-disc anthology than another greatest hits package. Music in 1980, in the wake of the earthquake…

via Pop Matters at February 14, 2017

LIVE REPORT: The Human League

Touring in support of the kind of retrospective that the band, and their fans, truly deserve, Ian Wade finds the Human League showcasing their versatility and their steadfast commitment to being — as the record says — "a very British synthesizer…

via The Quietus at December 16, 2016

The Human League collect 40 years of the future

Despite the fact that the future caught up with them, this collection shows that there remains nowt so queer as The Human League.

via The Line of Best Fit at November 11, 2016

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