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There are at least seven bands who have used the name ‘The Men’.

1. The Men are a noise rock/post-hardcore/garage punk band. They’re from Brooklyn, NY. They released the We are The Men”12” EP in 2009, the Immaculada LP in 2010 as well as a split cassette with Nomos, and in 2011 their second LP, Leave Home, on Sacred Bones Records. In 2012, they released their third record, Open Your Heart, to much acclaim.

2. ‘The Men’ were none other than The Human League, who released the Chic-influenced single I Don’t Depend On You/Cruel which sunk without trace.

Finally revived in 2003 with the re-release of ‘Travelogue’ along with another six rare tracks that had been otherwise deleted until then.

3. The Men is a Vietnamese pop music duo – Lê Hoàng and Tiến Dũng. Tiến Dũng rose to fame in the early 2000s as member of boy band Weboys. He left Weboys after his contract with Wepro Company was over in 3/2009. Hoàng used to be member of boy band B.O.M, he also left his band just a few months before The Men was formed.

4. ‘The Men’ are a Mod / R&B band from Sweden.

5. ‘The Men’ were an early 1990s Southern California rock group best known for the track “Church Of Logic, Sin, & Love.” Two members of the group were, ironically, female.

6. ‘The Men’ were the psychedelic backup band for Shin Jung-Hyun (신중현) during the early 70s. Their most notable album was ‘It’s A Lie’ (거짓말이야), which included a blistering 20-minute rendition of the title track. They also appeared on a split LP with Jang Hyeon (장현).


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  • alexjohanssen

    yo you

    8 Apr 12:49pm Reply
  • dead_world19

    From Leave Home to Tomorrow's Hits, the record lavel is still Sacred Bones, it's the same band, but the sound is complete different.

    28 Nov 2014 Reply
  • neckermanncj

    The new album is actually pretty good if you don’t listen to it for 7 months, forget what it sounds like and then relisten and imagine it’s a Replacements/Springsteen hybrid record.

    15 Nov 2014 Reply
  • Defiled

    immaculada ванлав

    8 Sep 2014 Reply
  • frohn_jusciante


    6 Aug 2014 Reply
  • ShipDestroyer

    22 Jul 2014 Reply
  • BrokenSignals

    Wait a minute, "Tomorrow's Hits" and "Leave Home" are the same band? I've just started listening to them and these are the first albums I've explored but since there are several bands with the same name I assumed they were different.

    10 Jul 2014 Reply
  • unpunk

    Really good live band, but I'm not sure if I'm feeling their recorded stuff...

    20 Jun 2014 Reply
  • garynotrashcoug

    Tomorrow's Hits is just some pretty straight-forward rock n roll. I'm digging it a lot actually.

    18 Apr 2014 Reply
  • promagnon

    Tomorrow's Hits isn't really that bad, but doesn't live up to the expectation that albums like Open Your Heart and Immaculada set.

    11 Apr 2014 Reply
  • peepingtom72

    not feelin the men

    9 Apr 2014 Reply
  • rippolino

    "Tomorrow's Hits" really seem to be an improvement from their prevoius garage-y stuff. This one comes pretty close to some 'frantic piano rock', like Ben Fold in the basement)

    30 Mar 2014 Reply
  • algoostu

    nice, but could be a way better

    30 Mar 2014 Reply
  • xjrlokix

    Well, not sure of the members names but the guy who sings the one half is/was not with them during the tour and therefore, they didn't play any of the "good stuff". That show sucked.

    25 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Fritzel

    i have to agree, seeing them tonight but listening to their latest really drops my expectations

    16 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Smirnon

    i'm totally with Norman Records on this band; if they sounded like on their latest efforts to begin with, would anybody have paid any attention in the first place? i highly doubt it. i'll just stick with Immaculada and Leave Home

    16 Mar 2014 Reply
  • raffy_rillo

    The new album is an enjoyable listen, especially tracks like Different Days and Sleepless.

    10 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Corylikescandy

    another night <3

    9 Mar 2014 Reply
  • helvettt

    Obviously their loud and noisy stuff was great, but Tomorrow's Hits is quite good. I mean, if now they sound like Neil Young, there's nothing wrong for me about it because I do like Neil Young. That being said, I still like New Moon the best of their latest.

    8 Mar 2014 Reply
  • Gyoshimaru

    Not bad, actually...

    8 Mar 2014 Reply
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