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BOY GEORGE WOULD OF MADE A PERFECT CLUB KID


Like the subject says I think Boy George would of made a perfect club kid, Not in his C.C days but before that when he worked at the clubs, He would of fit right in....Anyone else agree? or Disagree? If so why?

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I completely agree, having reading his first autobiography..!

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He has a bio? Where could I get it at? I only have The VH1 Behind The Music but Im a huge fan of his and I would love to read his bio.

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** would HAVE **

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Thank you Nitroblade! I "would of" said it if you didnt

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in some ways he was, Boy George influenced these people he opened the door to the club world to the public...his music , style..etc...

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he was a club kid, pre CC, in london.

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Boy George was definitely a proto-Club Kid, but also a shameless hanger on, which he still does. In the punk scene he was always trying to get in with Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwoods crowd from Seditionaries, and nearly did when Malcolm decided to try him out in Bow Wow Wow because he was close friends with the drummer. It didn't work out though, all he ended up with was a Westwood Apache shirt, and an early name for Bow Wow Wow, Sex Gang children. Oh then he jumped on the Leigh Bowery bandwagon, wrote that musical about him, but Bowery didn't even George, and only associated with him because there was occassional costume work out of it, and because George could give Minty free publicity. **Source: Kevin Mooney, former drummer of Adam and the Ants, teenage play thing and future husband of Westwood model Pamela Rourke aka Jordan, Taboo regular, and member of the Sex Pistols Jubilee Boat Party.**

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Wasn't Boy George at one of the club kids outlaw parties, the one at Dunkin' Donuts. Leigh Bowery was at that one too.

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look up the blitz kids. london had something similar at the beginning of the 80s

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^Yes, this.

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