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Culture Club was a 1980s pop band most noted for their gender-questionable frontman, Boy George. They were most famous for their singles like, “Karma Chameleon,” “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya,” and “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?” Their success in the US was limited, but they were considerably more successful in the UK.

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In 1982 Culture Club released their debut, Kissing to be Clever. The album would produce several charting singles such as, “Do You Really Wanna Hurt Me?” which charted number one in the UK and number 2 in the US. They followed up that single with the next, “Time,” which would rise to number 3 in the UK, and number two in the US. Also the album produced single, “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya,” which charted only in the US at number 9.

In 1983 Culture Club released their most successful album, Colour By Numbers. The album produced “Karma Chameleon,” which charted number one in the US and UK. It also included single such as “Victims,” “Miss me Blind,” and “It’s a Miracle,” which all charted in the top 10.

Culture Club’s next album supplied no top ten hits in the US. However, they released the single, “The War Song,” which charted number two in the UK. Two years later in 1986 they released From Luxury to Heartache. This album would also only produce one top ten hit and only in the UK, “Move Away,” moved up to number seven.

Culture Club would attempt a reunion in 1998 after ten years apart. They would release several greatest hits and live albums as well as an album titled, Don’t Mind if I Do. The album would have no major singles.


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