|A||Amnesty International Press Conference|
|B||Amnesty International Press Conference|
|BSAPC + 7-1||Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman||Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman - Amnesty International Press Conference (7", Pic, Unofficial)||Amnesty International||BSAPC + 7-1||UK||Unknown|
|none||Iron Maiden||Interview (7", Pic, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Iron Maiden)||none||Europe||1988|
|none||Iron Maiden||Interview (7", Unofficial)||Not On Label (Iron Maiden)||none||Unknown|
|BSAPC + 7-1||Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel, Sting||Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel, Sting - Amnesty International Press Conference (7", Pic, Unofficial)||Not On Label||BSAPC + 7-1||UK||1991|
|BSAP6-7-1||Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel, Sting||Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman, Peter Gabriel, Sting - Amnesty International Press Conference (7", Pic, Unofficial)||Not On Label||BSAP6-7-1||UK||1991|
Kissing to Be Clever is the debut album by the English band Culture Club, released on 4 October 1982 in the United Kingdom. It includes Culture Club's international breakthrough hit single, "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me", which reached number one in the band's native UK and the Top 10 of many charts around the world. The album has reportedly sold over 5 million copies worldwide, including over 1 million in the US where it has been certified Platinum by the RIAA.
Amnesty International press conference featuring Sting, Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen and others. Likely released between 1995 and 1998. Amnesty International is not mentioned on the release. Reportedly, less than 10 copies pressed. This release has been blocked from sale in the marketplace.
Kissing To Be Clever. Reissued, Extra Tracks, Remastered. Against the cynical, post-punk backdrop of the early Thatcher and Reagan era, Culture Club's debut release Kissing to Be Clever was as refreshing as a scoop of gelato in a heatwave. These were the innocent days when Boy George could still declare he'd rather "have a cup of tea than sex," well before he hurtled to the brink of near self-destruction.
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Kissing to Be Clever is the debut album by the English band Culture Club, released in late 1982. The album was anchored by the international hit "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me". With the release of "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me", the band scored a global smash hit in over a dozen countries. The follow-up single, "Time (Clock of the Heart)", became a US and UK Top 3 hit. This song appeared on US versions of the album but not initially on the UK version.
A couple of tracks were European dance hits, but the first "official" single, "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me," was a simple masterpiece, resonating with an ache that harked back to the classic torch songs of yesteryear
Album Name Kissing to Be Clever. Erscheinungsdatum 1982. Labels Virgin Records Disky Entertainment Epic Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen9. 1. White Boy (Dance Mix). 2. You Know I'm Not Crazy.
Culture Club Kissing To Be Clever (album 1982).