Comprised of lead singer Boy George, guitarist Roy Hay, bassist Mikey Craig and drummer Jon Moss, the Culture Club are without a doubt one of the most iconic groups of the 80s. With a series of smash hits including “Karma Chameleon,” “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me,” and “Time (Clock Of The Heart)” the synth pop group made waves both for their incredibly catchy songs as well as Boy George’s androgynous aesthetic.
Their second album, “Colour by Numbers", sold more than 10 million copies across the world and was included on the Best Albums Of The 1980s list by Rolling Stone magazine. In 1984, the group went on to win two Brit Awards in addition to the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. "Time (Clock of the Heart)" is list on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's compilation of 500 songs that shaped rock and roll.