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The Human League - Dare! Full Album

The Human League - Dare! Full Album Performer: The Human League
Title: Dare!
Style: New Wave, Synth-pop
Category: Electro
Date of release: 1981
Country: Europe
Label: Virgin
Catalog number: 204 104, 204 104-320
Size MP3: 1831 mb
Size FLAC: 1796 mb
Rating: 4.0


1Open Your Heart3:54
2Get Carter1:00
3Love Action (I Believe In Love)4:58
4The Things Dreams Are Made Of4:11
6Don't You Want Me3:57
7Do Or Die5:23
9I Am The Law4:10
10The Sound Of The Crowd4:01


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
V2192The Human League Dare ‎(LP, Album, CBS)VirginV2192UK1981
LM-3153The Human League Dare ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial)Liming RecordLM-3153Taiwan1981
noneThe Human League Dare ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RE)VirginnoneUK2008
SP-4892The Human League Dare ‎(LP, Album, Gat)A&M Records, VirginSP-4892US1982
V2192The Human League Dare ‎(LP, Album)VirginV2192Ireland1981


  • Design [Cover]Adrian, Philip
  • Engineer [Assistant]Dave Allen
  • Layout, Coordinator [Artwork]Ken
  • ManagementTunenoise
  • Photography – Brian Aris, Brian Aris
  • ProducerThe Human League
  • Producer, Synthesizer, Programmed By [Roland Microcomposer, Linn Drum]Martin Rushent
  • SynthesizerIan Burden, Jo Callis, Philip Oakey
  • Synthesizer [Occasional], Other [Slides]Philip Adrian Wright
  • VocalsJoanne Catherall, Philip Oakey, Susanne Sulley


Instruments used: Roland MC8, System 700, JP4, Korg 770, Delta, Casio VT1, M10, Linn LM1, Yamaha CS15

Thank you: Paul Bower, Nick Dawson, Bob Last, Tim Pearce, All The Banshees (Nils, Dave Woods, Jan)

Layout at A.S.
Recorded at Genetic Sounds
℗ and © 1981 Virgin Records Limited
Distributed by the Ariola Group of Companies
Printed in Western Germany by Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe GmbH, Gütersloh.

On the sleeve and spine the Category is 204 104-320 and on the labels the Category is 204 104.


  • Rights Society: GEMA STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 3098


  • Printed By – Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe GmbH


Dare released as Dare in the US is the third studio album by British synthpop band the Human League, first released in the UK on 16 October 1981 then subsequently in the US in mid-1982. The album was recorded between March and September 1981 following the departure of founding members Martyn Ware and Ian Craig Marsh, and saw the band shift direction from their prior avant-garde electronic style toward a more pop-friendly, commercial sound led by frontman Philip Oakey. DareLove And Dancing - The Human League, League Unlimited Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Recreated By Yours Truly. The 1st & 5th TRACK is The Unlimited League Orchestra. The Rest is NOT . They are bonafide instrumentals. Dare captures a moment in time perfectly - the moment post-punk's robotic fascination with synthesizers met a clinical Bowie-esque infatuation with fashion and modern art, including pop culture, plus a healthy love of songcraft. The Human League had shown much of this on their early singles, such as Empire State Human, but on Dare they simply gelled, as their style was supported by music and songs with emotional substance. Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit the high-art synth-pop of the Human Leagues Dare, a prismatic album that all pop music would soon pass through. In late 1980, the singer Philip Oakey was scheduled to go on tour and make a third record with his band the Human League. Dare also issued as Dare is the third studio album recorded and released by The Human League and the first to be released after the group split in 1980. The album was produced by Martin Rushent and The Human League, and recorded at Rushent's Genetic Sound studios near Reading, Berkshire between March and September 1981. It was released in the UK on 16 October 1981. The Human League: все альбомы, включая Interview with Robin Ross 181095 , Anthology - A Very British Synthesizer Group , All the Best и другие. The Human League - Dare review: Disposable, cheap, and throwaway. All words that do not describe the Human Leagues 3rd album, 'Dare'. It's hard to believe in the 21st century that at one point in the not so distant past, synthesizer based pop music was in itself an avant-garde art form. Our culture has diluted it so much so, that almost all of the original bands which made it a great and interesting new genre have either been thrown under the wheels of obscurity, or, in the case of bands like the Human League, overexposed, bastardized, and cut up into easily digested bites of retro-reminiscence. The Human League Dare. Genre: Electronic, Pop. Style: Synth-pop, New Wave. Année: 1981. Not a huge Human League fan, but this album is true classic of this era. Stand out tracks, Love action, The Law, Don't you want me and Open your heart. Répondre Me notifier Helpful. damo12. 20 décembre 2019. en référence à Dare, LP, Album, EMI, V2192. Studios with leaking roofs, trips to new romantic clubs in a little Hillman Imp, and a heavy metal single recorded between sessions. Theyâre all part of the behind-the-scenes story of the 1980s synthpop masterpiece that is THE HUMAN LEAGUEâs Dare album. Â Â. Words: NEIL MASON. The first key decision in the making of Dare came in Edinburgh in 1978, when local music entrepreneur Bob Last signed the band to his fledgling Fast Product imprint. Last was a canny operator