A&M Records' Greatest Hits

On the label's 50th anniversary, founders Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss remember five decades of classic records

The Human League, 'Dare' (1981)

10. The Human League, 'Dare' (1981)
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Moss: "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."

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