Saturday, September 18, 2010

Mark Ronson produced comeback album

London. If Boy George (49), the first transvestite of modern pop music, late again to success? Winehouse producer Mark Ronson (34) has with Boy George on a song for his third album 'Record Collection 'and then came the two worked on the idea that the 80s band back together to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Culture Club debut album' Kissing To Be Clever '.

Ronson, who has recently dyed their hair gray, told the British 'Daily Star': "Boy George will make a few shows with my band and we talked about doing in 2012, a new Culture Club album, because then her 30 - anniversary is. That would certainly be fun, they were a great band. " Culture Club broke up in 1986 and did in 1998 and 2002 together again to tour around. Reason for the split was in 1986 after Georges detail his drug use and the "absolutely destructive relationship" with the band's drummer and lover Jon Moss (53).

Boy George sings on the new Mark-Ronson, Ronson album with the band 'The Business' "Somebody To Love Me" - written by Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters), Cathy Dennis, Anthony Rossomando (formerly Dirty Pretty Things) and Andrew Wyatt.

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