- Performer:Culture Club
- Title:The Best of Culture Club [VVI]
- Style:Contemporary Pop/Rock,New Wave,Punk/New Wave
- Date of release:October 1, 1991
- Size FLAC version1750 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1260 megabytes
- Size WMA version1944 megabytes
- Formats:AU VQF AUD AIFF VOX FLAC
The Best of Culture Club is a greatest hits album of British new wave group Culture Club, released by Virgin Records in 1989. The album was Culture Club's second greatest hits compilation. Although it gathers many less successful singles, the compilation omits the major hit "Move Away", what makes From Luxury to Heartache not being represented by any song.
Culture Club's discography consists of 6 studio albums, 9 compilation albums, 3 box sets, 3 extended plays, 20 regular commercial singles and 5 promotional singles released throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Culture Club sold more than 50 million albums and 100 million singles (including Boy George solo) records worldwide, including 7 million records in the United States. For the comprehensive Boy George solo discography, see Boy George discography.
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Band Name Culture Club. Album Name The Best of Culture Club. Data de aparición 1989. Labels Disky Communications. Estilo MusicalNew-Wave. Miembros poseen este álbum5. 1. Do You Really Want to Hurt Me? 04:23.
Bittersweet Stylish Cheerful Gentle Refined Romantic. The Best of Culture Club. 7. Time (Clock of the Heart). Mikey Craig, Roy Hay, Jon Moss. 8. Church of the Poison Mind. Mikey Craig, Roy Hay, Jon Moss, George O'Dowd.
Features Song Lyrics for Culture Club's Best Of Culture Club album. Do You Really Want to Hurt Me Lyrics. Culture Club Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Culture Club Lyrics.
The ten Culture Club tracks are of a piece, from 1982’s Do You Really Want to Hurt Me (which here leads off with an ominous voice intoning, Popularity breeds contempt ) to Love Is Love, which wasn’t a hit but is a better choice than the missing War Song, which was. The solo tracks are a more mixed batch, and not only because Top 40 . hits like Keep Me in Mind, Sold, and To Be Reborn are missing.