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Don't Mind If I Do is the fifth album by the British new wave band Culture Club, released in 1999 by Virgin Records. The album was released only in Europe and Japan, though some promo copies also circulated in Australia. Don't Mind If I Do was Culture Club's first album of new material in 13 years, after the break-up of the band in 1986 and subsequent reformation in 1998.
Band Name Culture Club. Album Name Don't Mind If I Do. Type Album. Labels Virgin Records EMI Records Epic Records. Members owning this album1. 1. I Just Wann Be Loved. 3. Your Kisses Are Charity.
Country: United Kingdom Genre: Pop, Reggae Pop. In fact, it's easily their most solid, mature, and focused album. They effortlessly blend together all the musical elements that made them a pop phenomenon, ranging from rock, soul, dance, and reggae to come up with a near perfect pop album. Boy George's vocals are as smoky, torchy,and.
Culture Club are an English rock group that formed in London in 1981. The band comprises Boy George (lead vocals), Roy Hay (guitar and keyboards), Mikey Craig (bass guitar) and Jon Moss (drums and percussion). They are considered one of the most representative and influential groups of the 1980s.
Culture Club sang "I just Wanna Be Loved" during their Rewind tour in the US. George's version His song "Your Kisses are Charity" is even better as a duet with MS. DOLLY PARTON (which is not on this disc). I love CC, this album was great with the reggae and has a 70’ flair and classic James Bond Dusty Springfield motif on select songs. I enjoyed it very much, BG still has his original voice on this album. BG’s lyrics do not disappoint.
Album · 2001 · 4 Songs. Groove Armada 100 Club Mix. 5:59. Released: 1 Jan 2001. 2001 Catskills Records.
After a rocky patch, Culture Club are back with their first album in nearly two decades. For a band releasing their first album together in almost 20 years, Boy George is almost alarmingly calm. Exactly one week away from its release when we interview him, the Culture Club frontman talks about the record with the kind of casual attitude as though he were ticking it off his weekly to-do list. I’d make an album every year if I could, he insists. I don’t think we do it enough. Despite this, the major stumbling block behind a new Culture Club album for the past two decades has been the band themselves