Culture Club

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Culture Club
Origin London, England
Genres New Romantic, New Wave, Soul, Blue-eyed soul, Soft rock
Years active 1981–1986, 1998–2002, 2011–present
Labels Virgin, Epic
Associated acts Bow Wow Wow
Website culture-club.co.uk
Members
Boy George
Roy Hay
Mikey Craig
Jon Moss
Past members
Sam Butcher

Culture Club is a new romantic/post-disco-Pop band from the United Kingdom. They were formed in the early 1980s and split up in 1986. Members of Culture Club include Boy George (singing), Mikey Craig (bass guitar), Roy Hay (electric guitar, keyboards), and Jon Moss (drums, percussion). They have many songs that were successful and popular, for example R&B-influenced "Time (Clock of the Heart)" (1982) that entered the US Pop chart (#2 position), and UK Pop chart (#3 position) or "I'll Tumble 4 Ya" (1983).

In 1998 the band reunited and did some reunion tours. It was a major success.

Some members of Culture Club were LGBT.

Discography[change | edit source]

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  • 1982: "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?" (UK #1, US #2, JP #23)
  • 1982: "Time (Clock of the Heart)" (UK #3, US #2)
  • 1983: "Church of the Poison Mind" (UK #2, US #10, JP #23)
  • 1983: "Karma Chameleon" (UK #1, US #1, JP #26)
  • 1984: "Miss Me Blind" (US #5, JP #61)