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CULTURE CLUB - Kissing To Be Clever

CULTURE CLUB - Kissing To Be Clever

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Culture Club - Kissing To Be Clever LP record from Japan

Side A:

1. White Boy (Dance MIx)

2. You Know I'm Not Crazy

3. I'll Tumble 4 Ya
4. Take Control
5. Love Twist


Side B:

1. Mistery Boy

2. Boy, Boy (I'm The Boy)
3. I'm Afraid Of Me (Remix)
4. White Boys Can't Control It
5. Do You Really Want To Hurt Me


Virgin - VIL-6008

Comes insert (VG+) and obi (VG+). Jacket has shelf wear. 

"Kissing to Be Clever" is the debut album by Culture Club, released in 1982. It's an essential record that blends new wave with pop, soul, and reggae influences, marking the band's breakthrough into the mainstream. The album features the hit single "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me," which showcases Boy George's distinctive voice and the band's knack for crafting memorable, emotionally resonant songs. This release highlights Culture Club's innovative approach to music, combining diverse genres with thought-provoking lyrics. The band, fronted by the charismatic Boy George, became icons of the 1980s music scene, celebrated for their visual style and musical diversity. "Kissing to Be Clever" stands as a testament to their creativity and impact on pop culture.

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Label: Virgin

Year: 1982

Country: Japan

Size: 12 inch

Speed: 33rpm

Disc condition: NEAR MINT

Cover condition: VERY GOOD PLUS

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