Culture Club will always be viewed with affection as spearheads in the English New Wave that span off into the New Romantic movement of the 1980s. At it's best, this period saw a renaissance in great British pop music, which sold worldwide thanks to the growing importance of the MTV cable and video explosion. No band was better than George O'Dowd's when it came to marketing an image and in their lead singer Culture Club had a flamboyant secret weapon with a fine soul voice and the ability to entertain the press. Deluxe double vinyl LP pressing of Culture Club's anniversary concert at London's Royal Albert Hall recorded live during the summer of 2002. Featuring "Church Of the Poison Mind," "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?", "Miss Me Blind," "Move Away," "I'll Tumble 4 Ya," "It's A Miracle," and "Karma Chameleon."
Culture Club will always be viewed with affection as spearheads in the English New Wave that span off into the New Romantic movement of the 1980s. At it's best, this period saw a renaissance in great British pop music, which sold worldwide thanks to the growing importance of the MTV cable and video explosion. No band was better than George O'Dowd's when it came to marketing an image and in their lead singer Culture Club had a flamboyant secret weapon with a fine soul voice and the ability to entertain the press. Deluxe double vinyl LP pressing of Culture Club's anniversary concert at London's Royal Albert Hall recorded live during the summer of 2002. Featuring "Church Of the Poison Mind," "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?", "Miss Me Blind," "Move Away," "I'll Tumble 4 Ya," "It's A Miracle," and "Karma Chameleon."
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Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Artist: Culture Club
Format: Vinyl
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Culture Club will always be viewed with affection as spearheads in the English New Wave that span off into the New Romantic movement of the 1980s. At it's best, this period saw a renaissance in great British pop music, which sold worldwide thanks to the growing importance of the MTV cable and video explosion. No band was better than George O'Dowd's when it came to marketing an image and in their lead singer Culture Club had a flamboyant secret weapon with a fine soul voice and the ability to entertain the press. Deluxe double vinyl LP pressing of Culture Club's anniversary concert at London's Royal Albert Hall recorded live during the summer of 2002. Featuring "Church Of the Poison Mind," "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?", "Miss Me Blind," "Move Away," "I'll Tumble 4 Ya," "It's A Miracle," and "Karma Chameleon."