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330 Duran Duran In The 90s

In The 90s - Roundtable

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Duran Duran were one of the most successful artists of the 80s. However, they entered the 90s on the decline.

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We’re back with another “In The 90s” roundtable, our chance to revisit a popular artist from the 1980s and see how they navigated the shifting musical landscape of the 1990s. With fourteen Top 40 hits and two number one singles in the U.S., Duran Duran were one of the most successful artists of the 80s. However, they entered the new decade on the decline, their fifth album Big Thing failing to resonate with fans or critics the way their previous four releases had. How did their 90s output fare in comparison? To help us navigate through their catalog, we’re joined by Annie Zaleski (SalonAV Club), Chip Midnight (Kids Interview Bands) and Keith Sawyer (WMBR).

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Duran Duran Medley (Come Undone, Ordinary World, Electric Barbarella)
  • 9:21 - All She Wants Is (from Liberty)
  • 18:23 - Too Much Information (from Duran Duran/The Wedding Album)
  • 28:36 - 911 is a Joke (from Thank You)
  • 36:31 - Out of My Mind (from Medazzaland)
  • Outro - White Lines (from Thank You)

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In The 90s - Roundtable