Formed in Sheffield, England, in 1977, The Human League emerged as a pioneering synth-pop group. The band, initially comprising Philip Oakey, Martyn Ware, and Ian Craig Marsh, achieved massive success with their 1981 album "Dare," featuring the iconic single "Don't You Want Me." Known for their innovative use of synthesizers and Oakey's distinctive vocals, The Human League contributed significantly to the electronic music landscape of the 1980s. Despite lineup changes, Oakey led the band through continued success. With a career spanning decades, The Human League remains a influential force in pop and electronic music, with enduring classics defining their legacy
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