Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
Culture Club and its lead singer, the flamboyant cross-dresser Boy George, were one of the biggest pop bands of the '80s in both the UK and internationally. Emerging in 1982 with their huge hit Do You Really Want to Hurt Me, their songs consistently reached the Top 10, making them the most popular pop band in the world. Culture Club were the first band since The Beatles to have three cuts from their debut album reach the Top 10 on the Billboard chart. Their 1983 album Colour By Numbers included the pop happy Karma Chameleon which sold over five million copies worldwide. The group broke up in 1987.