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London 2021 [no label, 1CD]

Radio 2 In Concert. Live at the BBC Radio Theatre, London, UK; December 2, 2021. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV webcast).

Thanks to indykid for sharing the HDTV webcast at Dime.

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Owen Tonks, dailymail.co.uk:

Duran Duran put on an energetic display as they took to the stage at the BBC Radio Theatre for Radio 2 at Broadcasting House in London on Thursday night. Frontman Simon Le Bon, 63, could be seen raising his arms into the air as he whipped the crowd into a frenzy at the event hosted by Jo Whiley, 56.

The musician wore a black T-shirt with a turquoise as he performed with the rest of the band - Nick Rhodes, 59, John Taylor, 61, and Roger Taylor, 61. The group played a number of their hits including “Hungry like the Wolf,” “Notorious,” “A View to Kill,” “Come Undone” and “Girls On Film” among others.

During the gig, Simon said: “In 1993, we came back from the dead for a comeback. Not everyone was happy, they didn’t want to see ’80s music in the ’90s.” Duran Duran first formed in Birmingham in 1978 and made a comeback in 1993. They went on to reform with their original lineup - Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor, Roger Taylor, and Andy Taylor - in 2001. Yesterday evening, Simon ended the concert by saying: ‘The show will go on.’

In October 2021, the group commemorated the 40th anniversary of its debut recording with a new album. The new disc, titled FTURE PAST, marks 40 years since the release of their first self-titled album. Future Past includes collaborations with the likes of Mark Ronson, Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, Tove Lo, Ivorian Doll, Japanese band Chai and dance music producer Giorgio Moroder.

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Track 01. Intro 3:00
Track 02. Hungry Like the Wolf 4:04
Track 03. Notorious 4:21
Track 04. A View to a Kill 4:22
Track 05. Come Undone (with Anna Ross) 4:58
Track 06. Invisible (with Graham Coxon) 4:49
Track 07. All of You (with Graham Coxon) 4:33
Track 08. Give It All Up (with Rachael O’Connor and Graham Coxon) 5:12
Track 09. Anniversary (with Graham Coxon) 5:18
Track 10. Ordinary World (with Graham Coxon) 7:16
Track 11. Hammerhead (with Ivorian Doll and Graham Coxon) 4:13
Track 12. White Lines (Don’t Don’t Do It) (Grandmaster Melle Mel cover) 5:50
Track 13. Planet Earth 4:17
Track 14. Girls on Film 7:13
Track 15. Tonight United 3:27
Track 16. Save a Prayer 5:43
79 mins

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  1. 12 Responses to “DURAN DURAN - LONDON 2021”

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  10. Having issues downloading!

    By Luis Torregrosa on Oct 29, 2022

  11. for me too, the download or playing of the newer shows not possible since a week or so !!!

    By HP on Oct 29, 2022

  12. For a couple of years, i have been unable to download from this site - when I right click and choose “save as” or “save link” (whatver it says), instead of saving the MP3 file to my drive, I get an error message.

    Don’t have this issue on any other site. The workaround I use is to open the mp3 file in a new tab in my browser, and then go to that tab and right click and choose “save as”, and that saves the MP3 file to my drive.

    By Harry Bollz on Nov 2, 2022

  13. great post, Bigozine :) thank you.

    The setlist on this tour is much longer than this, trust the BBC to mess that up and only give the band a shorter slot of 79 mins.

    By Harry Bollz on Nov 2, 2022

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