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The U.K. newspaper The Guardian calls Boy George’s first album in 18 years “the comeback of the year.” Considering the life that Boy George has lived in the interim—from arrests and 12-step groups to the two autobiographies, the Tony-nominated musical Taboo, and his fashion label B Rude—it’s a wonder that he ever found his way back to music. Yet from the opening track, “King of Everything,” where he’s looking to make amends with those who were caught in his self-destructive ways, to the smoother reggae song of acceptance “Live Your Life,” George here sings in tones that range from a lower, warmer croon to a lighter, airier attack that suggest that, at 52, he still has plenty left. “My God” comes close to mainstream singer/songwriter soul, while “It’s Easy” blossoms into orchestrated easy listening. The album's second half centers on reggae grooves (“My Star,” “Love and Danger”) that let George take it smooth. The bonus tracks on the deluxe version include covers of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love” and Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games.”

Customer Reviews

Boy Oh Boy!

It is about d*** time and it was worth the wait. Excellent!

Shape Shifting at its very best...

This is one of a few 5 star recordings I've heard of the past year. Here we have a icon of music from the 80's who's soulful vocals brought his band Culture Club to the top of the world's music scene over 30 years ago, but when you have a voice like this, sure its lost some of its highs but man this deeper almost burnished quality gives him a new lease. These songs share nothing with the pop of his day but they are catchy, bluesy, reggae, soulful and even a few country soulful gems. King of Everything starts off this collection and its a huge anthem song about coming to terms with a life. This has a little of everything but done really well. The production tries not to be anything but organic with a 70's feel, this is a big breath of fresh air for music lovers. Very surprised as I was never a big fan of his earlier 80's music but I knew he had a voice that could take him places, I think he's on to something on This is what I do!

Awesome! Great lyrics...

Yes, you can be the King of Everything!


Born: June 14, 1961 in Eltham, Kent, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

British singer Boy George combined a strong, soulful singing voice with a provocative sense of fashion, both of which were first brought to the attention of English and American audiences in the group Culture Club, for whom he served as lead singer from 1982 to 1986. The group wrote and played impeccable pop music, and Boy George's androgynous persona -- heavy makeup and outrageous costumes -- gave the group a distinct video image in the dawn of MTV. That very distinctiveness, however, made the group...
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This Is What I Do (Deluxe Version), Boy George
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock, Dance
  • Released: Oct 28, 2013

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