The DJ reveals that he and the band's frontman Boy George have talked about collaborating on a new record.
Superproducer Mark Ronson is keen to work his musical magic on Culture Club - he is hoping to team with the "Karma Chameleon" legends for a new album. The DJ has remixed the hits of stars including the "Kaiser Chiefs" and "The Zutons" to create new hits for Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen, and has also worked on a new album with 1980s favorites Duran Duran.
And after working with Boy George for a track on Ronson's latest disc, the pair came up with the idea of reuniting the band to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Ronson tells Britain's Daily Star, "Boy George is going to do some shows with my band so we have talked about collaborating on a new Culture Club record, because in 2012 it's their 30th anniversary. That should be fun, they were a great band."
Culture Club split in 1986 and later reunited in 1998 and 2002 to tour.