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Duran Duran (named after a character in Roger Vadim's sci-fi classic, Barbarella) is an electronic pop-rock band that was part of the new wave music movement in the early 1980s. Created by Nick Rhodes (keyboards) and John Taylor (bass) in Birmingham, UK, 1978, with the later addition of Roger Taylor (drums), Andy Taylor (guitar), and Simon Le Bon (lead vocals), the band has sold more than 100 million records, making them one of the best-selling bands in history. Check our available Duran Duran concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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5.0 (based on 9 reviews)

It's fitting that 80s poster boys Duran Duran should have a book devoted to that very piece of memorabilia, the gig poster. Flick through this and you'll get the gist: graphic design ruled during the 80s, and the Rio artwork or that pop-out "D" from the Seven And The Ragged Tiger era speak volumes about the decade. But for every swish bit of design there's also a dodgy promo shot - not that Duran Duran are solely responsible for this...
This DVD, Blu-ray, live CD or package featuring all those formats, according to your preference and budget, is a startling thing, taken at face value. After all, in theory Duran Duran really shouldn't be selling out arenas any more. Spandau Ballet aren't. Culture Club aren't. Paul Young, Howard Jones and Nik Kershaw certainly aren't. George Michael is, but only because he shed his skin as Wham! and grew up...
Genre: Pop Year: 2004 Country: USA Official Site: Duran Duran Details: Tracks & Audio Label: Sony Astronaut marks the return of Duran Duran under its original line-up. Despite the release of several albums in the 90's, the band hadn't been able to successfully bridge the gap between the 80's and the 21st century, except for The Wedding Album and the "White Lines" cover, which for a brief moment reminded us that they were still able to cut catchy glitz-pop tunes...
It's been a long time since Duran Duran has been a vital band but they still mean something to those who were around to enjoy the group's heyday, back when they were MTV darlings and purveyors of hits like "Rio" and "Hungry Like the Wolf...
Summary: An efficient mechanical construct put together with some genuine heart. 5 of 5 thought this review was well written Trying to find the exact location of the interface between Simon Le Bon's voice and the technological razzmatazz that Duran Duran call their music has always been a bit like attempting to draw a definitive line between the two apparent sides of a Möbius strip...
What you do in the long term once you've invented the future has always been one of pop's great dilemmas: for every Kraftwerkian (or Beastie Boyish, for that matter) masterclass in profile management, there's a Presleyan wilderness or Lydon-like meander into parody...
Though Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes and the revolving door of original members and session musicians have pushed on emphatically through the last three decades, it's mostly been a case of one step forward, two steps back...
As the '80s pop legends proved with their last album, 2007's underperforming, Timbaland produced R&B; wrong turn, 'Red Carpet Massacre', super producers aren't always the answer. And while on paper teaming up with '80s-lover Mark Ronson for their 13th album makes more sense, given the more miss than hit nature of his recent 'Record Collection', it's a far less exciting prospect than it was four years ago when first mooted...
After an aeon in the wilderness, punctuated by acts of sheer imbecility such as covering Public Enemy's '911 Is A Joke', somehow, miraculously, new romantic godfathers the Duranies are back with their strongest album since 1983's 'Seven And The Ragged Tiger'...
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