At Worst... The Best of Boy George and Culture Club

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At Worst... The Best of
Greatest hits album by Culture Club
Released 2 November 1993
Recorded 1982-1993
Genre New wave
Label Virgin, SBK (US)
Producer Steve Levine
Angela Dust
Bruce Forest
Amos Pizzey
Bobby Z.
Culture Club chronology
This Time – The First Four Years
1987
At Worst... The Best of
1993
Greatest Moments – VH1 Storytellers Live
1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

At Worst... The Best of Boy George and Culture Club is a greatest hits album featuring the biggest hits from 1982 to 1993 of Boy George's career as a solo singer as well as with the bands Culture Club and Jesus Loves You. It was released on 2 November 1993.[2]

With this release, it was the second time that an album had included Culture Club's biggest hits, following This Time – The First Four Years.

While giving a good look at those first years, it doesn't include hits like The War Song (UK #2) and To Be Reborn (UK #13).

Track listing[edit]

Title Performed Time
1 "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" Culture Club 4:22
2 "Time (Clock of the Heart)" 3:42
3 "Church of the Poison Mind" 3:31
4 "Karma Chameleon" 4:00
5 "Victims" 4:53
6 "I'll Tumble 4 Ya" 2:35
7 "It's a Miracle" 3:25
8 "Miss Me Blind" 4:29
9 "Move Away" 4:20
10 "Love Is Love" 3:50
11 "Love Hurts" Jesus Loves You 4:25
12 "Everything I Own" Boy George 3:56
13 "Don't Cry" 4:07
14 "After the Love" Jesus Loves You 4:22
15 "More Than Likely" P.M. Dawn (feat. Boy George) 3:50
16 "The Crying Game" Boy George 3:22
17 "Generations of Love"
(La La Gone Gaga Mix)
Jesus Loves You 3:58
18 "Bow Down Mister"
(A Small Portion 2B Polite Mix)
3:44
19 "Sweet Toxic Love"
(Deliverance Mix)
3:52

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
UK 24
US[3] 169

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