The Human League

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The Human League
The Human League 2007.jpg
The Human League in 2008
From left: Susan Ann Sulley, Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall
Background information
Also known asThe Future (1977)
The Men
The League Unlimited Orchestra (1982)
OriginSheffield, South Yorkshire, England
GenresElectronic
Synthpop
New Wave
Electropop
Avant-garde
Years active1977–present
LabelsFast Product
EMI
Wall of Sound
Virgin
Associated actsB.E.F. (British Electric Foundation), Heaven 17, Giorgio Moroder
MembersJoanne Catherall
Philip Oakey
Susan Ann Sulley
Past membersIan Burden
Jo Callis
Ian Craig Marsh
Martyn Ware
Philip Adrian Wright

The Human League is a British pop music band from Sheffield. The Human League has 3 members: Philip Oakey, Joanne Catherall, and Susan Ann Sulley. The band originally had 6 members. The other 3 members were Ian Burden, Jo Callis, and Philip Adrian Wright. They all left The Human League in the late 1980s.

The Human League started in 1977 and they had their greatest success during the 1980s. They continue to make new music today. Philip Oakey, the band's singer, is the only Human League member that has been with the band since it started. The other 2 members, Joanne Catherall and Susan Ann Sulley, joined The Human League in 1980.

The Human League has made 10 albums. Their newest album is called "Credo" and it was released in March 2011. Some of The Human League's hit songs are "Don't You Want Me", "Keep Feeling Fascination", "The Lebanon" and "Human".

Albums[change | change source]

Below is a list of all the albums by The Human League.

  • Reproduction (1979)
  • Travelogue (1980)
  • Dare (1981)
  • Fascination (1983)
  • Hysteria (1984)
  • Crash (1986)
  • Romantic (1990)
  • Octopus (1995)
  • Secrets (2001)
  • Credo (2011)