Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, R&B, Rock
Boy George and the Culture Club's Look and Sound Influenced and Impressed a Vast Amount of Music Fans in the Early Part of the 1980s. This Collection Includes all of the Group's Most Popular Tunes ("Karma Chameleon", "I'll... more »
Boy George and the Culture Club's Look and Sound Influenced and Impressed a Vast Amount of Music Fans in the Early Part of the 1980s. This Collection Includes all of the Group's Most Popular Tunes ("Karma Chameleon", "I'll Tumble for Ya", "Time (Clock of the Heart)", "Miss Me Blind", "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?", etc.) And More (The Early Singles "The War Song" and "I'm Afraid of Me" plus the "Electric Dream" Original Soundtrack Cut "The Dream").
"This is something Virgin America should do!"
Joseph J. Brigante | Norwalk, CT United States | 08/02/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"That's right. Virgin America should come up with an album like this. Instead, Disky, a Virgin division in Holland, did this album. It is fantastic, and I would order it now. Unlike the US greatest hits albums, this contains some soul and rarities of Culture Club. It has the soul classic with Helen Terry in the background, "Changing Everyday", with fantastic rarities like "The Medal Song", "White Boy", "I'm Afraid of Me", and "The Dream". The only flaw is that there is no eighties material from producers Arif Mardin's and Lew Hahn's "From Luxury to Heartache". Yet, this album is still worth it. If the price seems kind of fishy, don't worry. The songs are the original versions from the first three Culture Club albums and the "Electric Dreams" sounndtrack. That's right. No concert versions. A masterpiece for a cheap price. Buy it now!"
Good Selections, Terrible Sound!
Edgar Freire | Plainfield, NJ United States | 11/30/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I just purchased this album because it contains alot of tracks that are not included on other Culture Club singles compilations (namely, "The Dream", the four tracks taken from the album "Waking up with the House..." and the funkdafied "White Boy") Unfortunately, the sound level on this import is HORRIBLE: The sound is tiny and poorly mastered. I actually had to turn the volume level on MAX and the sound still seemed unbelievably weak. The sound quality on this CD is its only fault, but not a forgivable one or one that can be easily overlooked, so I think this one is going to end up as a gift. (...)"