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Helen Terry


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Helen Terry sang in Boy George’s band, Culture Club, from 1982 to 1984. She provided background vocals on many of Culture Club’s hits, including Karma Chameleon, Do You Really Want to Hurt Me and Church of the Poison Mind. She left the band in 1984. That same year, she released her first solo single, Love Lies Lost, and collaborated with producer Giorgio Moroder on the song Now You’re Mine, from the movie “Electric Dreams.”

1986 saw the release of Helen’s only solo album, Blue Notes, produced by Don Was. She also continued working as a background vocalist for Was (Not Was), Boy George, and Phil Collins. In 1989, she released her final singles, Lessons In Loneliness and Fortunate Fool. Shortly thereafter, Helen left the music business, and she now works in TV production.


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  • RobHeathers

    How the snot hasn't anyone posted on her page since I did last in 2010? (Over two years ago!) Wow, Helen... you still get me jiving and I love blasting your music throughout Iowa when I put the top down on my Chrysler.

    8 Dec 2012 Reply
  • RobHeathers

    I had to figure out who the chick doing the background vocals on "Church of the poison mind" was... NOW i'M ADDICTED TO HER.

    21 Aug 2010 Reply
  • StevenEdmondson

    So apparently she's related to Ellen Terry.

    13 Jul 2009 Reply
  • DavidSnell

    helen is the best british blues shouter i ever far as i am concerned she was ill advised she was potentially miles better than alison moyet.mind you she aint done bad without my advice.her singing in the queens head maldon was parless.david snell tillingham essex

    26 Jun 2008 Reply

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