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Duran Duran "In Japan" DVD

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Duran Duran "In Japan" DVD

Postby Surly » Sun Feb 22, 2009 4:25 am

I got this last week from Amazon UK. It's NTSC 0. It's from the 1989 Big Thing tour and is pretty cool. Video quality is decent - seems like something that might have been out on VHS/Laserdisc in Japan back in the day. They use a "Rio"-era photo on the cover even though that's not the version of the band on the concert, unfortunately. Simon is sporting some very funny "end of the '80s" long curly hair in this one (like in the "All She Wants Is" video).

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Postby Sean » Tue Feb 24, 2009 1:56 am

Surly, which Duranie is missing from the line-up on this tour?
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Postby Surly » Tue Feb 24, 2009 3:30 am

[quote][i]Originally posted by Sean[/i]
<br>Surly, which Duranie is missing from the line-up on this tour?
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In 1989, Duran Duran consisted of Simon LeBon, John Taylor, Nick Rhodes and Warren C (not going to try to spell the last name!). Sterling Campbell was on drums.

Andy Taylor and Roger Taylor were not members at this point; both had left prior to [i]Notorious[/i] (although Andy did add some guitar to that album, only due to contractual reasons, as far as I know).



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Postby Sean » Tue Feb 24, 2009 9:25 am

Wish this was the 1992 concert so it would have included Ordinary World and Come Undone.
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