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Culture Club - It's A Miracle flac mp3 download
Title:
It's A Miracle
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Style:
New Wave
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MP3 album size:
1319 mb
FLAC album size:
1335 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ✪

Tracklist

I'm The Boy
I'll Tumbe 4 Ya
Mister Man
Take Control
Black Money
Love Twist
Do You Really Want To Hurt Me
You Know I'm Not Crazy
I'm Afraid Of Me
White Boys Can't Control It
It's A Miracle
Church Of The Poison Mind
White Boy
Time (Clock Of The Heart)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CC831 Culture Club It's A Miracle ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Pur) R.O.S. Records CC831 UK 1983
CC 831 Culture Club It's A Miracle ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial, Bro) R.O.S. Records CC 831 UK 1983
none Culture Club In Japan ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label none US 1999
Reviews:
  • Kendis
This album features a concert recorded live at the Sun Plaza Hall, June, 1983 in Tokyo, Japan. It features excellent sound quality and comes in major label quality packaging, unlike what you might expect an "unofficial release" to feature. Although there are no credits on this release, the 1983 Japanese tour program lists the following performers' credits: Boy George (Vocals) Jon Moss (Drums) Michael Craig (Bass) Roy Hay (Guitar) Helen Terry (Female Vocals) Phill Pickett (Keyboards) Steve Granger (Saxophone) The performance, from Culture Club's first world tour, features their entire debut album "Kissing To Be Clever" and highlights from the (at that time) work-in-progress follow up album, "Colour By Numbers". From those sources, the songwriting credits can be assigned to O'Dowd-Moss-Craig-Hay on all songs, except "It's A Miracle" which was also written with Phil Pickett. Captured during Culture Club's most popular period, this recording demonstrates the youthful zeal and energetic performance of a band who had only just begun to feel the global impact their work was having. Their music translates well to the live stage, but often their talent as a live band was overshadowed by their image.