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One Of The Most Popular Groups Of The Era Was

Do you miss the days of the s?

Many of us have fond memories of the decade and its music. One of the most popular groups of the era was Culture Club, a British New Wave band that exploded onto the scene with their smash hit single “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?”.

The song was an instant classic, and it's still played today on the radio and in clubs.

It was the first single to be released from their debut album “Kissing to Be Clever”. This album also had several other popular singles, such as “Time (Clock of the Heart)” and “I’ll Tumble Ya”.

Culture Club was more than just a band – they were a movement.

Lead singer Boy George, who was openly gay, was an icon of the s and a symbol of the LGBT community. He was a voice for LGBT rights and acceptance, and his music resonated with many people. Today, Culture Club’s music is still enjoyed by many, and is a reminder of the culture and struggles of the LGBT community in the s. If you’d like to take a trip down memory lane and experience the songs of Culture Club, visit our website at topgaysongs.com/memories-of-the-s-culture-club/. You won’t regret it!
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