Upon its release in 1981, ‘Don’t You Want Me’ was called a breakthrough in music, voted a favorite of the British public while topping the US Billboard charts at the same.
Synth-pop legends The Human League won over the eighties with the signature sound of their smash ‘Don’t You Want Me.’ It’s a song that you can’t help but fall in love with and a track that’ll have you singing along for sure.
The video for this hit song was played extensively on MTV, carrying with it an elaborate setup and expensive promotional production value. Its video is actually loosely based on the film ‘A Star Is Born.’
‘Don’t You Want Me’ rose to massive levels of appeal, with the controversial video based on murder mystery subplot doing nothing other than raising interest in already popular track?