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Old 04-18-2005, 08:49 PM   #16
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Okay... as much as I don't wanna do this, I gotta logout and go to bed. I'll catch you later?
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Old 04-18-2005, 08:51 PM   #17
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Okay... as much as I don't wanna do this, I gotta logout and go to bed. I'll catch you later?
damnit yeah i guess i should too.

have a good one!
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Good night! And keep this thread alive.
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well i've gotta go to bed now but we shall see.
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Old 04-18-2005, 09:45 PM   #20
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watch me as i drool over the bass god!
Why on earth are you drooling over Steve Kilbey in a Duran Duran thread?

And did you know The Church opened for Duran Duran for something like six shows? They dropped out after that -- apparently a really bad fit for The Church crowd-wise.
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cause white linessss blow awayyyy
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Old 04-18-2005, 10:42 PM   #22
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i just saw them at the joint (hardrock las vegas) a few weeks ago

it was seriously one of the most enjoyable shows i've ever been to.
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Old 04-18-2005, 11:25 PM   #23
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Earliest memory of Duran Duran that comes to mind for me is hearing their song "Is There Something I Should Know?" on a tape of 80s songs when I was little. At that time, though, I remember not really caring for that song, so I'd always skip over it. I like it now, though. And every time I hear "Electric Barbarella", I automatically think of this friend of mine, 'cause she loved that song (it is a cool song).

I've only really heard their big hits, but I like those ("Ordinary World"-great song ). And I like their newer songs I've heard, too. I remember a few months back their song "The Reflex" was really clicking with me, I was really liking that song for a time there.

Also, when VH1 Classic was showing all those "MTV Unplugged" shows last month-the Duran Duran one was really good, one of the best ones they showed that day.

So yeah, in short: Duran Duran=.

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Old 04-19-2005, 12:59 AM   #24
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I guess I'll always be a bit of a Duranie at heart. I was fortunate enough to meet the band a few times in the 80s and have a lot of happy memories of those days.

And I must say, Roger Taylor is looking really, really hot these days!!! I think he's aged the best of the guys, looks-wise.
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Old 04-19-2005, 04:27 AM   #25
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And did you know The Church opened for Duran Duran for something like six shows? They dropped out after that -- apparently a really bad fit for The Church crowd-wise.
hmm, really? do you know when they did?
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i just saw them at the joint (hardrock las vegas) a few weeks ago

it was seriously one of the most enjoyable shows i've ever been to.
they kick ass live. every time i've seen them they've put on such a great show.

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And I must say, Roger Taylor is looking really, really hot these days!!! I think he's aged the best of the guys, looks-wise.
well yeah, but i always have a soft spot for john who i think is aging very well too. (as long as he doesn't spike his hair up like he's been doing at times. who told him that looked good??)
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My first Duran song was Planet Earth. I have tonnes of vinyl including many Japanese import 12 inch remixes. I have lots of videos too, not that I have a VCR lol

Then theres the books. I have quite a few from the old scrapbook series, Sing Blue Silver, as well as my tour programme from 1983.

etc, etc, etc
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hmm, really? do you know when they did?
I was listening to an old (from 1986) Kilbey interview the other day and he was asked about it then, but I don't remember him saying when exactly it was. Comparing concert dates and venues for both bands it has to have been in early October 1982 in Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, and France.
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I have heard only few songs of Duran Duran and I like what I have heard
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Duran I've been listening to them since 1984!!! I Just saw them Wednesday night at the Garden they were unbelievable....

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