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  1. Shop for culture club cd at Best Buy. Find low everyday prices and buy online for delivery or in-store pick-up.
  2. The Best of Culture Club is a greatest hits album of British new wave group Culture Club, released by Virgin Records in Overview. The album was Culture Club's second greatest hits compilation. It originally included 16 tracks: 13 singles, 2 songs previously not available on any Culture Club album, and a non-single track.
  3. Culture Club – The Best of (EMI ) SONGS: 1 Do You Really Want To Hurt Me? 2 White Boy 3 Church Of The Poison Mind 4 Changing Everyday 5 The War Song 6 I’m Afraid Of Me 7 It’s A Miracle 8 The Dream 9 Time (Clock Of The Heart) 10 The Dive 11 Victims 12 I’ll Tumble 4 Ya 13 Miss Me Blind 14 Mistake No. 3 15 The Medal Song 16 Karma Chameleon.
  4. Changing Every Day Culture Club. Album Colour By Numbers. Changing Every Day Lyrics [Verse 1] Someone says Wake up child And throw your life away See you in the crime file What will your mama say.
  5. Feb 02,  · This is a really interesting Culture Club compilation with 16 songs (many of which aren't on other compilations): Do You Really Want To Hurt Me White Boy Church Of The Poison Mind Changing Everyday The War Song I'm Afraid Of Me It's A .
  6. Aug 22,  · Changing Everyday Time (Clock Of The Heart) White Boy Mystery Boy Because of the concurent Culture Club thread ("The Rise and Fall of "), I played the Epic best of CD on the way to work this morning. Really enjoyed hearing the songs again! .
  7. 2 days ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Best Of Culture Club on Discogs. Label: Virgin - TOCP • Series: Rock You! Best Special • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Synth-pop, New Wave.
  8. Culture Club was a popular s pop group, perhaps most noticeable for their gender-bending frontman Boy George. The other members of the band were Roy Hay on guitars and keyboards, Mikey Craig playing bass and Jon Moss (ex Damned, London, Adam and the Ants) on drums.

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