1993
Label: Virgin - VJCP-23233 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Reggae, Pop • Style: Soul, Synth-pop
Move Away (Extended) - Culture Club - From Luxury To Heartache (CD, Album)

Even Culture Club members themselves want to act like the singles off of "Kissing" and "Colours" were all they did. Technically, "Move Away" was their last top 20 hit. It came out right before the tabloids revealed Boy George's addiction problems. Many CC inches were not extended songs, however this song and the B-side "Sexuality" are extended.3/5(1).

A Move Away (Extended Version) B Sexuality (Tango Dub Remix Version) "Move Away" is a song by the British band Culture Club. Taken as the lead single from their fourth album, From Luxury to Heartache, the song became the group's eighth top-ten hit on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at .

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"Move Away" is a song by the British band Culture Club. Taken as the lead single from their fourth album, From Luxury to Heartache, the song became the group's eighth top-ten hit on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number seven.


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "From Luxury To Heartache" on Discogs/5(34).

  2.  · For their fourth album, From Luxury To Heartache, Culture Club jettisoned producer Steve Levine in favor of pop/R&B veteran Arif Mardin, seeking to reverse the commercial decline they had suffered with their third album. When the danceable lead-off track, "Move Away," rose into the singles chart, that seemed like a good decision, and the rest of the album followed through with a /10(48).

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