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..a really nice album that should be widely accepted by prog rock fans.
Skirt Top 50
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The Funeral Music Chart with the 10 most popular rock songs for funerals.
According to a ranking of the Co-operative Group, the leading English funeral home, which manages more than 100,000 funerals each year, these are the 10 most sought-after songs of the present that serve as soundtracks for the events: In order to go into the individual music directions, here is the Funeral Music Chart for Rock, hard Rock and Metal:
Story of rock music. Cultural club: bio, diskography, reviews, hyperlinks
In the early 80s, the most famous were Boy George's Culture Club (O'Dowd), which featured hits like Do You Really Want To Heart Me (1982) and I'll Tumor 4 Ya (1982), by Cissing To Be Clever (Virgin, 1982 ), Time (1983), Chapel Of The Poisoned Mind in 1983 and above all Karma Chameleon (1983), from her best record, Colour By Numbers (Virgin, 1983), which mixed the most exuberant soul with mersey beat melodies and bright blue passages.
The cultural clubs would have collapsed at the end of fashion anyway, but their latest albums, The House On Fire (Virgin, 1984) and From Luxury To Heartache (Virgin, 1986), did everything they could to trigger the fall. George Boy started his solo career with Sold (Virgin, 1987), under the musical direction of veteran Lamont Dozier, but Tense Nervous Breakdown (Virgin, 1988) and Boyfriend (Virgin, 1989), which were released in the USA as High Hat (Virgin, 1989), are records that live only on his popularity, a popularity that rapidly declined.
Martyr Mantras (Virgin, 1991) collects some singles (e.g. Generations Of Love) which are unreleased from this time. He was still in the charts with some covers, but Cheapness & Beauty (Virgin, 1995), his "Rock" record (on which he mainly imitates Billy Idol), marked the end of his career.
Some of the early 1980's popular reviewers included Boy George (O'Dowd)'s most popular cultural night, who rose to the charts with Do You Really Want To Time Me (1982) and I'll Tumor 4 Ya (1982), ahead of Cissing To Be Clever (Virgin, 1982 ), Time (1983), Chapel Of The Pisoned Mind in 1983 and above all Karma Chameleon (1983), from her best record, Colour By Numbers (Virgin, 1983), which remixed the most effusive of souls with mersey beat tunes and sparkling blue parts.
The Culture Club's triumph would have ended with the disappearance of the trends anyway, but their latest releases, entitled The House On Fire (Virgin, 1984) and From Luxury To Heartache (Virgun, 1986), did everything they could to speed up the doom. George Boy started his solocareer with Sold (Virgin, 1987) under the baton of veterinary Lamont Dozier; Tense Nervous Breakdown (Virgin, 1988) and Boyfrend (Virgin, 1989), which were published in the USA; and High Hat (Virgin, 1989), plates that depend exclusively on his own fame, are a fad that was rapidly diminishing.
Martyr Mantras (Virgin, 1991) is collecting some single (like Generations Of Love) and other unpublished music. While George went back to the charts with some cover music, Cheapness & Beauty (Virgin, 1995), his rock record (on which he tried to imitate Billy Idol), was the end of his successful record making record break.