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Culture Club - Was Boy George Stu James? download mp3 album
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Was Boy George Stu James?
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Synth-pop
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1983
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It was released on 26 October 2018 through BMG. It is Culture Club's first studio album since 1999's Don't Mind If I Do. After the band reformed in 2014, the album originally began as Tribes, a project that the band offered through PledgeMusic that was initially set to be released in 2015, then early 2016 through the band's own label, Different Man Music

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19, Boy George and Culture Club will release Life, the act’s first collection of new material in 19 years. Why did they want to put out a new album now? We’ve done lots of tours over the years, and that’s always been pretty easy, says George. I was the one that always wanted to record a new record. I was the one that said, ‘Well, if we’re going to play live, we do need new songs.

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Other productions from Culture Club.

Boy George & Andrew Wyatt) - EP. 2010.

Boy George and Culture Club's greatest songs, including 'Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?', 'Karma Chameleon', 'Victims', 'Everything I Own' and 'Video Games'. Boy George became an international superstar in the early 1980s thanks to his unique style and amazing voice. 1. 'Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?' This became a huge hit for Culture Club in 1982, reaching number 1 in the UK and number 2 in the States. He later included it as a bonus track on his next album the following year, his first album of new material in 18 years. 7. 'Church of the Poison Mind'. This was the lead single from Culture Club's most successful album Colour by Numbers in 1983. It was kept off the top spot in the UK by David Bowie's 'Let's Dance'.

Tracklist

A1 I'll Tumble 4 Ya
A2 Take Control
A3 Love Twist
A4 I'm Afraid Of Me
A5 Time (Clock Of The Heart)
B1 You Know I'm Not Crazy
B2 White Boys Can't Control It
B3 You Really Want To Hurt Me
B4 White Boy
B5 Church Of The Poison Mind

Notes

Recorded live at Lyceum Theatre in London in 1983.

Produced by Stu Lebin
for Don't Frase Productions
Mixed by Stu Lebin