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Posted by shanoah on February 25, 2009

You know, I was going to keep on the topic of War, and then one youtube video led to another, and another, and somehow my precious war theme had turned into Boy George. Doen’t you hate it when that happens?

The Church of the Poison Mind – Culture Club (1984)

Actually, Boy George did do a song called “The War Song” about war. I just liked this song better. For those unfamiliar with Culture Club, Boy George is the one with the bow in his hair. He’s backed by Helen Terry here. I just find the phrase “the church of the poison mind” very evocative. And Helen does great backup on this song.


2 Responses to “Culture”

  1. […] Culture […]

  2. […] and he does a good cover of it. Though I sort of preferred his outfit in the video I posted of The Church of The Poison Mind. And, yes, I know you’re familiar with this song, […]

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