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Album: Duran Duran (The Wedding Album)
# Song Title   Time
1)    Too Much Information More Info...
2)    Ordinary World More Info...
3)    Love Voodoo More Info...
4)    Drowning Man More Info...
5)    Shotgun More Info...
6)    Come Undone More Info...
7)    Breath After Breath More Info...
8)    U.M.F. More Info...
9)    Femme Fatale More Info...
10)    None Of The Above More Info...
11)    Shelter More Info...
12)    To Whom It May Concern More Info...
13)    Sin Of The City More Info...
 

Album: Duran Duran (The Wedding Album)
# Song Title   Time
1)    Too Much Information More Info...
2)    Ordinary World More Info...
3)    Love Voodoo More Info...
4)    Drowning Man More Info...
5)    Shotgun More Info...
6)    Come Undone More Info...
7)    Breath After Breath More Info...
8)    U.M.F. More Info...
9)    Femme Fatale More Info...
10)    None Of The Above More Info...
11)    Shelter More Info...
12)    To Whom It May Concern More Info...
13)    Sin Of The City More Info...
 
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  • Duran Duran: Simon LeBon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor, Warren Cuccurullo.
  • Additional personnel: Steve Ferrone (drums, percussion); Vinnie Colaiuta (drums); Bosco (percussion); Lamya, Tessa Niles, Karen Hendrix, Jack Merigg (background vocals); Milton Nascimento.
  • Commonly known as "The Wedding Album" to differentiate it from their self-titled 1981 debut, 1993's DURAN DURAN was an unexpected commercial comeback for Simon LeBon, Nick Rhodes and John Taylor, spawning two hit singles, "Ordinary World" and "Come Undone," that were better than anything the band had done in nearly a decade. The rest of the album succeeds in subtly updating the classic Duran Duran sound without straying too far from their '80s chart-pop roots.
  • The politicized "Too Much Information" and "Sin of the City" (concerning a disaster at a unlicensed New York dance club), are surprisingly aggressive tunes, but elsewhere, "None of the Above" and "Love Voodoo" are more traditional Duran fare. The album's two biggest surprises are the duet with Tropicalia superstar Milton Nasciemento on "Breath After Breath," and the surprisingly reverent take on the Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale."
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