"['Dare' was] a very interesting album. My wife and I were in England to see the Police on [UK television show] 'Top of the Pops', and I heard 'Don't You Want Me' – I thought, 'What a fantastic record!' Virgin was putting it out there, and Richard Branson told me, 'I don't know if it's a hit.' I said, 'I'm telling you, it is.' It was an outstanding song – it still gets put in movies – and 'Dare' proved to be an important record at the time."--Jerry Moss
Human League's "Don't You Want Me" was featured in a Swiffer television commercial.
The Human League was the first British artist to reach #1 on Billboard's Pop Singles Chart with "Don't You Want Me."
The single "Human" became A&M Records' 100th Top 10 hit on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
A&M Records' Greatest Hits. Matt Diehl. Rolling Stone, September 7, 2012.
|Philip Adrian Wright||vocals, synthsizer|
|Philip Oakey||vocals, synthesizer|
|Philip Adrian Wright||1956-06-30|
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|Ian Burden||League Unlimited Orchestra|
|Jo Callis||League Unlimited Orchestra|
|Joanne Catherall||League Unlimited Orchestra|
|Philip Adrian Wright||League Unlimited Orchestra|
|Philip Oakey||League Unlimited Orchestra, Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder|
|Susanne Sulley||League Unlimited Orchestra|