While there were plenty of poofy-looking New Romantics populating the post-punk world, the idea of a genuine he-she frontman was still a bit novel and, truth be told, not entirely comfortable. The New York Dolls , it seems, did not exactly make the world safe for that kind of look. But once people got an earful of the melodic and soulful brand of pop George and his bandmates were putting out, especially the hit parade they racked up between , sound won out over sight, and the group was embraced from the music to the thick mascara on the singer's eyelids. Culture Club ranked right up there with the biggest of the early MTV era, with six Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot and a trio of platinum or better albums. Sadly, the reign did not last long as Culture Club succumbed to internal divisiveness and to George's substance issues. The good news, however, is that the troupe regrouped in , and while we're still waiting for a new album Culture Club has shown itself to be more potent live than ever -- and you know that nobody would revel in a second coming more than Boy George himself. Meanwhile, let's recall some past glories There's an air of schtick around the signature track from Culture Club's second album, Colour By Numbers , but in a winning way.
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Culture Club is an English band that formed in London in They are considered one of the most representative and influential groups of the s. Led by singer and frontman Boy George, whose androgynous style of dressing caught the attention of the public and the media in the early s, the band have sold more than 50 million records   including over 6 million BPI certified records sold in the UK  and over 7 million RIAA certified records sold in the US. Their second album, Colour by Numbers , sold more than 10 million copies worldwide. Culture Club's music combines British new wave and American soul and pop. It also includes some elements of Jamaican reggae and also other styles such as calypso , salsa , and with "Karma Chameleon", elements of country music. After his tenure with the group ended, George decided to start his own band and enlisted bassist Mikey Craig, drummer Jon Moss, and finally guitarist Roy Hay joined the group. Realizing they had an Irish gay man as the lead singer, a black Briton on bass, a blond Englishman on guitar and keyboards, and a Jewish drummer, they eventually decided to name the group Culture Club. The group recorded demos, which were paid for by EMI Records, but the label was unimpressed and decided not to sign the group. Virgin Records heard the demos and signed the group in the UK, releasing their albums in Europe, while Epic Records released their albums in the United States and much of the rest of the world since Virgin did not have a US presence at the time.
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