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You Know Im Not Crazy - Culture Club - Kissing To Be Clever (CD, Album)

04.09.2019
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  1. , The debut of Culture Club, "Boy George and Company" on Kissing To Be Clever is a decent album all the way through. Updated graphics and liner notes are superb! THIS is what CDs should have been in the beginning. I was very happy to be a part of the s as a teenager, turning "13" in November /5().
  2. You Know I'm Not Crazy: A3: I'll Tumble 4 Ya: A4: Take Control: A5: Love Twist (Featuring Captain Crucial) Featuring – Captain Crucial: B1: Boy, Boy, (I'm The Boy) B2: I'm Afraid Of Me (Remix) B3: White Boys Can't Control It: B4: Do You Really Want To Hurt Me Vocals [Additional] – Helen Terry/5().
  3. Oct 07,  · Kissing To Be Clever is the debut album by Culture Club. Originally released in , it immediately put the band on the musical map. Turning the flamboyant Boy George into a star, the soulful pop outing incorporated elements of pop, rock, new wave, dance and Caribbean rhythms and sprouted several international hit songs/5().
  4. Kissing to Be Clever is the album that put Culture Club on the musical map. Incorporating pop, rock, dance, new wave, soul, and Caribbean rhythms (an amalgamation of "cultures"), the result was a soulful, progressive pop outing that scored several landmark international hits and made a star out of the band's outrageous frontman, Boy George.8/
  5. Feb 19,  · referencing Kissing To Be Clever, CD, Album, RE, CDV, My version of the CD album is almost identical (almost same Matrix / Runout), but there is another barcode () and beyond this barcode there is also the number 7 2 /5(K).
  6. Behind George's brash sense of chic, clever wit and more than acceptable vocal talent, their debut, Kissing to Be Clever (), was embraced by not only post-disco dance music enthusiasts, but also new wave listeners and pop fans as well. Although the LP itself failed to place within the Top Ten, it spawned a trio of tunes that did make it.
  7. Kissing to Be Clever is the debut album by the English band Culture Club, released on 4 October in the United Kingdom. It includes Culture Club's international breakthrough hit single, "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me", which reached number one in the band's native UK and the Top 10 of many charts around the world.
  8. Kissing To Be Clever is the debut album by Culture Club. Originally released in , it immediately put the band on the musical map. Turning the flamboyant Boy George into a star, the Soulful Pop outing incorporated elements of Pop, Rock, New Wave, Dance and Caribbean rhythms and sprouted several international hit songs.

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