"Miss Me Blind" is a song by the 1980s pop band Culture Club. The song was released on the band's second album, Colour by Numbers, and it peaked at #5 on the US Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in April 1984.
The single was also released in Canada (where it also reached number 5), Brazil, Australia and Japan. However, it was not released as a single in the band's native United Kingdom.
The song includes a reference to the title of one of Culture Club's previous album. Lead singer Boy George states in the song "But you know, I'm never really sure, If you're just kissing to be clever", the name of Culture Club's debut album.
In most countries (like Japan, Canada and USA), its B-Side was the ballad "Colour by Numbers". In Mexico, the B-Side was "Victims". In Brazil, the B-Side was "Boy Boy (I'm The Boy)".
A very popular 12" was issued, gaining big success in American clubs and elsewhere. The popular extended 12" version contained extracts of the other Culture Club hit of the spring, "It's a Miracle". In the US, the "Miss Me Blind" / "It's a Miracle" 12" single reached #10 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in May 1984.
The official music video features Boy George and the rest of the Culture Club members, and it takes place in Japan, and ends with a girl and a man yelling and trying to blow off a fire.
Backing vocals on "Miss Me Blind" were performed by R&B singer Jermaine Stewart.
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