Filed By Alex Blaze | December 14, 2007 5:00 PM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment Tags: Boy George, Culture Club, queer music
Here's the Culture Club's video for Karma Chameleon. It's pretty much how I imagine late nineteenth century Mississippi:
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I don't get it.
That is the most fatally catchy song ever written. And for some reason, that damn guy walking the plank is permanenetly tatooed into my brain from the 80s. I also love how Boy George is walking around there, trying his best to stay inconspicuous, despite being Boy George
Believe it or not, I can't remember ever seeing that video. I've never been a Culture Club fan, I guess.
Neither do I, Serena. How did they know the guy was cheating? And walking the plank... on a riverboat? Doesn't sound like much of a punishment. And what's Boy George doing there anyway?