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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Kissing To Be Clever is the debut album by Culture Club. Originally released in 1982, 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. "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" hit the #1 spot in several countries and turned out to be a song that resonates to this day with it's universal feel of heartache. All in all, this set is a highlight of '80s pop music that set the stage for one of the decade's most loved and oft-remembered bands.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Kissing To Be Clever is the debut album by Culture Club. Originally released in 1982, 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. "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" hit the #1 spot in several countries and turned out to be a song that resonates to this day with it's universal feel of heartache. All in all, this set is a highlight of '80s pop music that set the stage for one of the decade's most loved and oft-remembered bands.
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Kissing To Be Clever [Colored Vinyl] [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Ylw)
Artist: Culture Club
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Kissing To Be Clever is the debut album by Culture Club. Originally released in 1982, 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. "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" hit the #1 spot in several countries and turned out to be a song that resonates to this day with it's universal feel of heartache. All in all, this set is a highlight of '80s pop music that set the stage for one of the decade's most loved and oft-remembered bands.
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