Bottom/ "10:15 Saturday Night" is a single from Three Imaginary Boys (Fiction, 1979), the debut album by English alternative rock band The Cure. Three Imaginary Boys was later re-released in the United States with a slightly different song line-up as Boys Don't Cry. The band has performed as an encore "Three Imaginary Boys", "Fire in Cairo", "Boys Don't Cry", "Jumping Someone Else's Train", "Grinding Halt", "10:15 Saturday Night" and "Killing an Arab" on the recent 2008 '4 Tour'.
Top/ Originally an avant-garde all male synthesizer-based group from Sheffield, UK, The Human League started off with two experimental studio albums, Reproduction (Virgin, 1979) and Travelogue (1980), before skyrocketing to mainstream fame with the release of the influential, multi-million selling single "Don't You Want Me" a year later. Reproduction features the single "Empire State Human". By this time, The Human League's role as UK electronic pioneers was usurped by Gary Numan and his single "Are 'Friends' Electric?".