5, 2011 | There is much excitement in Duranworld for
the upcoming premiere of the Girl Panic! video happening at Harpers
Bazaar 'Woman of the Year' event in London [Claridge’s Hotel
in Mayfair] on Monday november 7 as reported in this
of the exclusive photo shoot for the Harper's Bazaar cover whose
headline reads "The Supers VS Duran Duran" are starting
to surface on the web. Check out this
article from the Telegraph and this
one from the Daily Mail with scoop-preview pics of the upcoming
nine-minute clip is directed by Jonas Akerlund
[the Grammy Award winner behind Lady Gaga’s “Telephone”]
and made in collaboration with Swarovski Elements.
Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Eva Herzigova, Helena Christensen,
and Yasmin LeBon play Simon, John, Nick, Roger, and an “anonymous
guitarist,” while the real members of the group appear as
bellhops, waiters, chauffeurs, and paparazzi. Domenico
Dolce and Stefano Gabbana even make
cameos as Harper’s Bazaar U.K.’s guest editors during
a photo shoot scene, images from which can be found in that magazine’s
actual December issue. “It’s all daft stuff,
but it’s fantastic daft stuff,” says John
Taylor in a “making of” video that you can see on
Style.com. John Taylor says "is a must-see.
It's going to blow everyone's socks off". He also says "the
video is about 9 minutes long."
will blow your mind," says Simon "It's five of the original
supermodels - Cindy Crawford, Helena Christensen, Eva Herzigova,
Naomi Campbell and Yasmin LeBon - and they each have a romp with
one of the members of the band. It's shot in reportage style.
It looks incredible."
was Nick's idea"
was Nick's idea" adds John "that it would be really
great if we could just get some supermodels to play us. We connected
with Jonas Akerlund who is famous for big, high concept music
"He did Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' video with Beyonce - I think
that's perhaps his most famous piece. We connected with him and
once he got on board, it became an extravaganza. I think it's
going to be the most talked about video of the year when it drops
comments of the shooting day: "It was great to see that bunch
of girls back together again, they are kind of like the Rolling
Stones, with that type of legendary status not many people outside
of [internationally celebrated] bands have."
Rhodes explains in this
interview, “Harpers had approached us about collaborating
with the magazine on something really special… I’d
had had this crazy idea for a video for the song ‘Girl
Panic! ‘that looked fantastic on paper but that I thought
in reality would be impossible to pull off.
idea was to recreate a day-in-the-life of the band, with five
of the world’s greatest supermodels playing all of us.
(They) loved the idea of doing a cover shoot within the video
itself – and so it all began.”
Simon Le Bon adds, “We have made some pretty ambitious videos
over the years, but this one was certainly the most challenging
the schedules of five of the world’s biggest supermodels,
Jonas, and the band was no easy task – but we couldn’t
be happier with the finished film. It has all of the ingredients
that we feel are important – it’s humorous, glamorous,
sexy and very Duran Duran.”
on the banner below to get a cool photogallery of screencaps from
the making of video!
The successful North American Tour
Duran's N°1 fan Mark Ronson attend the Duran show and seems
happy and proud of the band just like one of us.
articles from local American and Canadian newspapers
this point the guys should all be back in UK preparing for this
huge event and hopefully for some more media promotion and buzz
that the video will certainly generate... But before we turn page
and look to another chapter of the Duran Duran history about the
guys touring the UK we want to look back... not too far... We
want to celebrate, with this new installment, the successfull
North American Tour and post some other interesting little news!
from Comcast Arena, Everett, WA, on september 23 and ending on
October 29 at Borgata, Atlantic City, NJ, the "All You Need
Is Now" North American Tour with its 24 shows in 5 weeks
has been a huge success.
acclaimed, loved by the long time fans - who have found all the
elements of the original Duran Duran formula - and from the new
generation of fans... also commercially successfull to the point
has mentioned the "All You Need Is Now Tour" as one
of the tops Hot Tours on the week of october 21.
Oct. 10-16 Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, Fla. (1/1)
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C. (1/1)
11 Hard Rock Live, Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood, FL
13 St. Augustine Amphitheater, St. Augustine, FL
Oct 14 Chastain Park Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA
16 Constitution Hall, Washington, DC
17 Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, PA
Oct 19 State Theatre, Cleveland, OH
Oct 21 Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL
22 The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor, Windsor, ON
23 Bell Centre, Montreal, QE
25 Madison Square Gardens, New York City, NY
27 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
Oct 28 Wang Theater, Boston, MA
29 Borgata, Atlantic City, NJ
the Borgata Events Center show in Atlantic City the band leaves
behind another tour of the Us and Canada. Roger
thanked the fans through his facebook page:
"big thanks to everyone in the U.S and Canada
that has come out to support us with such heart and soul... its
been one of the greatest tours so far..and of course... bring
on Brazil and the UK!"
And so does John via twitter:
tour of the US and Canada is behind us. Really fantastic fun everyone,
one of the best, most fun ever... Thanks to all who came".
stage wizardry at #duranlive | United as never seen before,
in great spirit, this band is back with great force from a musical
point of view thanks to a very well structured show and to Simon's
powerful voice and stage presence. The stage set is a big part
of this fantastic show, very large with all the flash and glitter
you’d expect from these glamourous boys.
blended in a backdrop of colorful video behind them that lit up
the stage in faux fire, and the four heads came to life with images
of the guys and even i the beautiful Nagel-esque face of Rio.
During a few songs like The Reflex, the heads transformed into
the singing faces of Simon, Nick, John and Roger. A clever and
a great techno-trick.
Duran gave a solid, electrifying performance every night of the
24 shows. They've
definitely embraced the latest social media technology as well,
holding a Twitter party before the show and even during the instrumental
Tiger Tiger, encouraging fans to tweet #duranlive
so the audience could watch their messages scrolling on the screen
behind them as they played.
one of duranasty.com friends and correspondents reports from Usa:
City, the last show of the North American tour | "the
guys hit the stage played just about 2 hours. The GA floor was
packed with many people dressed up in costume, dancing, laughing,
singing, and generally whooping it up! I knew they were probably
going to sing Is There Something I Should Know,
but hearing this song played live for the first time in 27 years
was a highlight for me. Simon ran back and forth like a madman,
hard to believe he's just turned 53! The guys all sounded and
looked great... speaking of which Mark Ronson
looked amazing in that snakeskin jacket he wore. Without a doubt
having Duran and Ronson perform Girl Panic! was incredible.
seemed as though the band was taking a little longer to get out
for the encore, and we learned why - they all came out with animal
masks on! Nick played Wild Boys with the mask still on his head!
A funny point was when Simon turned to John and called him a cow
to his cow-masked face!
mentioned it was the last show in the North American. leg of the
tour, and how much they appreciated how warm everyone made them
feel. I thought the audience was fantastic when I saw Duran Duran
in Hollywood a few weeks back - last night's audience was even
more electric. It was a flat-out amazing experience...
Thanks to the fans
Rhodes says thanks to the loyal fan-base
2011: We’re very grateful for our fan base and they have
been extraordinarily loyal. But with all artists what you need
to do is keep growing as well, so we’ve been very lucky
because we’ve now crossed over several generations.
I look at the audience I can see people that have clearly been
following us for many, many years and some of them have brought
their family with them. Other ones are kids who are still teenagers
who have recently discovered us on the internet or through people
we’ve collaborated with.
you’ve got people that maybe we’ve picked up along
the ’90s with songs like ‘Ordinary World’ and
‘Come Undone’ and other people who came along when
we put together the first reunion so, yeah, it’s quite a
"I get to go onstage every night and play at being Simon
le Bon, which is a lot of fun. I wouldn’t make a good
actor—I’m much better as a lead singer. I get to
write my own script."
Le Bon, October 2011
comments on the tour: Our shows are pretty crazy
are pretty crazy, really. People always come knowing that they’re
going to have a good time. We don’t like anyone to leave
our shows without a smile on their face.
to lift people’s spirits and take them on a bit of an
emotional journey. For me, music is a very powerful emotional
factor in our lives so if you can use that to take people somewhere
then I think you’re doing something right.
When I listen
to other people’s music that I like it really has an effect
on me – a positive effect.
it makes me want to smile or makes me want to cry or makes me
want to dance or whatever it is – as long as it’s
doing something and stimulating something I think that’s
report: "It was like coming around, full circle"
Bonczyk wrote for us this nice article which discusses
her thougths and feelings about seeing Duran Duran last month
in the very same city where she first saw them live almost 29
was the proverbial déjà vu, as I got on I-95 and
made my way to Hollywood, Florida, for purposes of seeing the
greatest band in the world, Duran Duran. Only this time, the calendar
read October 11, 2011, and not March 27, 1984, and the destination
was the Seminole Hard Rock, not the Sportatorium.
As I made my way down the interstate, my mind wandered back nearly
29 years previously, to the time when the word spread that our
favorite band from Birmingham was actually going to appear in
the excitement that we experienced as we contemplated actually
being in the very same building and breathing the same air as
Andy, Nick, Roger, Simon and John. A million details had to be
addressed and dealt with in our circle of Duranies: Who was in?
Who was out? How would we get there? When were tickets going on
Once we got out hot little hands on five tickets for Duran Duran
live, the calendars were marked, but time seemed to pass soooo
slowly. We tried to track the band’s progress on what would
ultimately come to be known as their landmark “Sing Blue
Silver” tour. This, of course, was long before the internet
existed, so there was no such thing as real time tracking of anything.
We had to keep the TV tuned to MTV and pray that there would be
Occasionally, you’d get a telephone call out of nowhere
with someone screaming “Hurry up, put on MTV right now…”
No further explanation was required. If you were quick enough,
maybe you’d catch the last second or two of one of the original
VJs telling you about the tour as pictures of the fab five in
action graced the screen. It was a different day and age, indeed.
Then finally, finally! dawn broke on the 27th of March. I doubt
if anything was accomplished that day in our little group. We
willed the hours to pass until the appointed time came. And then
it did – there we were on the interstate, destination being
the “Hollywood Blvd.” exit. We then proceeded to make
our way west to the Sportatorium, parked, and walked alongside
thousands of other Duranies toward the doors.
Once there, we made our way to our seats, way in the back on Andy’s
side. And then we started talking and laughing with the other
fans we met, as we watched all the JT lookalikes walking around.
One appeared to look so much like John, girls waited in line to
get their pictures taken with him.
the pic Simon and John at "An Intimate SoJO Session with
Duran Duran" just before their live show at The Borgata
looked around and wondered how many of those fans were also in
attendance at the Sportatorium show back in '84"
the band hit the stage, and there they were, playing all our favorites
from the first three albums. We could hardly believe it. The feeling
in that building was electric.
the other 16,000 or so fans who were assembled to see Duran Duran
were as excited as our group of five, and the band was simply
one point, Andy and John walked backwards and almost bumped right
into each other. The audience gasped, and the guys looked at each
other in amusement.
The evening was over much too soon, but what a blast it was. Over
the years, I’ve discussed the events of that night many
times, especially with my sister, Debbie, who has accompanied
me to one other concert since that magical night back in ’84.
We went to see them together for the third time on the last night
of the U.S. leg of this tour, in Atlantic City.
Flash forward 28.5 years to October 11th – Duran Duran did
not disappoint. The band and the crowd were on fire. People laughed,
danced in the aisles, and sang along to all the tunes, the new
ones and the oldies.
I looked around and wondered how many of those fans were also
in attendance at the Sportatorium show. For us, the Hardrock show
was like coming around, full circle.
A touching moment for me was when John talked about that night
back in ’84 when Duran Duran first played Hollywood. Apparently,
he didn’t forget either…
you always know you’d be famous?
I knew I had something to offer. When I was in school everyone
was trying to be “normal,” whereas all I wanted
was be different from everyone else. I wanted to do things that
were extraordinary, like perform. I trained as an actor for
Simon Le Bon, Timeout, NY October 2011
had a lot of time to ponder the question of what our job is,
what we do in the world," Le Bon says. I feel that we do
something which brings people together, makes people feel good
about themselves, makes people feel that they're not alone.
Making people feel not alone, I feel we're providing a very
Le Bon, Orlando Sentinel October 2011
US tour was brilliant, one of our best ever- thanks to all of
you [and us!].
a map of the US thinking, 'Where can we play next year...' Having
said that, we've a lot of Europe, South America and Australiasia
to get to first. But
Taylor, November 2011
Highlights from recent interviews
think ‘All you need is Now’ is an important song
for us, because it acknowledges mortality.”
think that lets the audience in,” Taylor said. “Because,
God knows, we’re all walking around feeling our mortality,
all the time. When you kind of set yourself up as being like,
‘We don’t age, and we’re still having sex
with young girls, and we’re kind of frozen in time,’
it’s like you’re kind of cheating your audience
in a way. So there’s a degree of honesty in ‘All
You Need is Now’ that I think the audience appreciates.”
lot of people don’t expect us to rock, and they don’t
expect us to be as authentic as we are,” he said. “We
really are a hard-working road band. We play live all the
time. We’ve been around the block, we’ve had huge
successes over the years. But we really don’t take what
we do for granted. We have a very sacred view of our stage
performances. The most important gig we play is the next gig.”
John Taylor, October 2011 blog-aol
do a lot of things that are age inappropriate," said
Taylor. "Whenever Duran Duran tries to grow up, we are
told the fans don't want us to grow up. It's all about girls
and boys." John Taylor October 2011, windsorstar.com
a band, we don't tend to look back much. We keep the blinkers
on. We achieved so much in our early 20s, then we went through
some years of real struggle. If you look back, one could almost
drown. I don't like talking about album sales or concert-ticket
sales, because you end up comparing them to the '80s, and
you really have to struggle to put a good spin on it.
is feeling good today. We'd rather sell 20,000 tickets than
2,000 tickets. But big does not necessarily mean good. We've
had a tough year. Whatever momentum we had in the spring with
the release of the album, we lost through the summer [when
the group had to postpone concerts because Le Bon partly lost
his voice]. Anybody who was looking forward to seeing the
band had their patience tested. Now we're where we're meant
to be We're having a good time onstage, and I think the audiences
are having a good time, too. John Taylor October 2011, cleveland.com
don’t need to play as much as half the number of these
new songs, but not as little as a quarter,” he says.
“There really is a balance that seems obvious when you’re
playing a show. If you put four new songs together, then the
audience gets twitchy. They want something they can dance
to, and they know the words to, something they can sing along
to, something they know can give them the feeling that they
want.” Simon le Bon, October 2011, metro.us
I thought you were an agnostic?
You’re probably right. I was trying to be an atheist for
a while, but I realized it’s just as arrogant as being
a hard-boiled fundamentalist. It’s closed-minded and I
like to be open-minded.
le Bon Time Out, october 2011
very much in control now. The show is the most important thing
that we do in the 24 hours when we're in a city. It used to
be we'd get to a city and we'd have six hours of promotion.
We'd have to go to the local TV station, and we'd have to
go to six radio stations, then we'd have to sign autographs
for the hundred kids that were waiting outside the hotel.
Then get to the gig ten minutes before we go on, then you
get this instrument kind of thrown in front of you, with hardly
any preparation, and you'd have to play a show. Then we'd
go on partying until the early hours after the show; then
the whole cycle would start again. So we're very careful now;
90 percent of our energy is stored up and used for the show.
I think it works much better like that, actually. Roger Taylor,
October 2011, blogs.westword.com
you feel like that hardcore fan base has changed throughout
You know, it probably has changed. We've got the hardcore
fans that have grown with us, that are probably now in their
30s and 40s. That's probably the bulk of the audience. But
we've also got some young kids that come along, whether that's
because bands that they listen to name-check us as influences
or the way that people get their music now. You can go onto
iTunes whenever and find any music from any generation; you
don't have to be sorting around in dusty old record shops,
it's all on your computer. And I think that's definitely helped
us get to a wider audience. Roger, Dallas Observer
Above picture was taken at Jezebel
magazine 15th Anniversary [Jezebel mag is based in Atlanta] on
October 31, 2011. Simon, John, Dom and Anna played a special performance
to celebrate Halloween!
Duran - Toronto October 27, 2011 Happy Birthday Simon Le Bon with
News and tidbits
to publish Duran Duran rock icon John Taylor’s Autobiography
Brown and Sphere will publish the autobiography of John Taylor.
The bass player has landed a “major deal” [$500,000
and up]. Publication is set for the fall of 2012.
as-yet-untitled book will chart John's thirty year career with
the band, as well as tell details of his formative years. He said:
“This book recounts the million tiny seductions that are
required to make the journey from English suburbia to selling
out Madison Square Garden – seductions that go by a hundred
different names; family, friendship, romances, collaborations
and strategic alliances. This is my journey and where it took
me; into fantastic success, more than a little decadence, darkness
and finally, I like to think, a little enlightenment.” Taylor
has co-written the book, which will be released in the autumn
of 2012, with Tom Sykes.
a recent interview John said: "It's coming along,
I got a lot done over summer, set to finish it by spring.
I'm working with [co-writer] Tom Sykes. I couldn't
do it alone. Well, I could. But I don't think I'd want to. It's
like going into the attic. It's definitely better going in with
someone else. I've not lost too much sleep over it. Yet.
Q: Are there any trunks in the attic that you're not looking forward
don't want to lose any friends -- let's put it that way. I'm strong
enough to take myself down. But I'm not taking anybody else down.
Part of what makes a book like this work is picking the right
stories. They're not all going to be dark and dangerous. But they're
not all going to be good times, either. So far, I've found it
tremendously affirmative and empowering.
think that John Taylor is a very rich person from an intellectual
point of view, he's a cool writer, the fans have always enjoyed
his writing through trusttheprocess.com and the duran blogs. He
has an extraordinary life, full of events and meetings with wonderful
people and he's also a great story-teller. His honesty and great
ability to open himself and tell us his story will make of this
book a masterpiece.
we got the news about the release of this autobiography it came
to mind an old interview that John did back in
1984 with LesleyAnn Jones, acclaimed journalist
with over 20 years' experience in London, New York and Hollywood,
also author of the Freddie Mercury Definitive Biography. We thought
of that particular interview because that was probably the first
time that John opened himself that much in public. So here is
this little treasure from my personal archive. It's an interesting
interview to a 24 years old John Taylor. No need to say
that we can't wait to read the book!
1984 interview: John Taylor open himself
will probably be a full set of books says Nick
answers a question about John's autobiography
you seen any advanced writing in Johns book?
No, nothing. I think it's probably best that I don’t and
I'm sure John would feel the same. I guess eventually there
will probably be a full set of books. I don’t know when
I’ll be doing mine. I don’t know when Simon will
be doing his but I imagine there will be a set, and that will
give you all the different perspectives as to why Duran Duran
is what it is.
guys have been in touch with John Jones lately... are they working
on a Liberty reissue?
Jones, Simon Lebon, Norico, Nick Wood & Roger Taylor
backstage at the Duran Duran Concert in LA.
Back in July John Jones, Nick Rhodes
and Chris Potter were in the studio in London.
In the 90s they all worked together on the "Liberty"
album, and John Jones continued to work on "The Wedding Album".
On August 1st JJ posted this on his blog:
if the last 20 years flew by, the dynamic trio reformed for
a brief moment at Sphere Studios in Battersea, London this past
July. Just think of all the water under the bridge since 1990
when we finished the Duran Duran album Liberty [now old enough
Jones, with SYN's Nick Wood,
joined the band backstage in LA. Just wonder if these meeting
of Jones with the guys are a prelude to the remastering job of
the long-awaited Special editions of Liberty
and The Wedding Album...
about producers... Medazzaland producer Anthony J. Resta
has been working to some cool Girl Panic! remixes.
Last week he said that he was currently "working on Duran
Duran "Girl Panic!" remixes, finalizing tracks and consolidating
for mix dates in Miami... Video release is the 5th, these will
Jones - Liberty flashback
cool interview to John Jones by Nuno and Paula published
some years ago on their duran fansite... below an interesting
excerpt about the Liberty album.
worked on Liberty, which I personally think is one of
the most underestimated albums they've made. It was an
attempt to something different - why do you think that
happened; was it intended?
I'd like to think that because they had met me and realized
that we could program all the songs using MIDI and Sampling
before recording the album that they could express themselves
more than they had previously been able to do. We really
had a blast making that record... until the final mixes
that is. No criticism of Chris Potter who was fantastic
but the Genelec Speakers at Olympic really had us going
until we went into the Mastering room and heard what it
really sounded like. They had so much punch in the studio
but out of it it was really soft and un-dynamic. It did
not do justice to the many great songs on that album...or
The falling out with Sterling wasn't very fun either. On
the bright side we did Burning The Ground during the Liberty
sessions which is still my favorite of anything!
Jones, Nick Rhodes and Chris Potter
year the band will hopefully be shooting a documentary in Antigua
and Sri Lanka to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Rio.
Nick and John have confirmed
the rumor about a possible trip to Antigua next April
to celebrate the 30th year anniversary of Rio. John said in this
interview that they hope to celebrate the upcoming anniversary
in Antigua and hopefully in Sri Lanka too. “We’ve
reconnected with the yacht from Rio” John said, “We’re
going to go down to Antigua, and we’re going to revisit
the boat that was featured in the video.”
Rio thing, we do have one little plan for which I'm hoping will
involve a short documentary film that will celebrate that period."
Nick Rhodes, October 2011
the Ultimate Special Edition with a book of unreleased pictures?
Arcadia: we’ve long talked about doing the ultimate special
edition of it. There's actually a book that I have that was done
by an extraordinary photographer called Dean Chamberlain who photographed
the album cover. He
did a lot of the photography for the Arcadia project. We took
him around with us and made an incredible book of more than 100
images, large format images, and we never released it. I actually
have it sitting in my vault, all the originals so I wanted to
do is put this out because it is a time capsule beyond belief.
These things exist and nobody has ever seen them. I was gonna
do this along with a book. I would love to do it.
Taylor was on hand to judge Talented students' charity designs
help promote the work of a teenage cancer charity
students on Tyneside have been selected to have their designs
used to help promote the work of a teenage cancer charity.
than 100 logo designs were put forward by students at Tyne Met
College after they were tasked with creating an innovative symbol
that embodies the work of the new Teenage Cancer Trust Teenage
Cancer Trust is a charity that focuses on the needs of teenagers
and young adults with cancer, leukaemia, Hodgkin’s and related
diseases by providing specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals.
North East board - known as the Toon Council.
Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor, originally from Cullercoats,
was on hand to judge the varied range of designs and was impressed
by the standard of work.
who came up with the name Toon Council for the board, said: "There
were probably four or five that could have gone with the Toon
Council but there was one that we all were drawn to."
Reynolds, 26, was the lucky student whose logo was selected to
represent the Toon Council and he was pleased to see his work
represent such a worthy local cause. The
graphic design student said: "It's the first time I have
won anything like this and it'll be great to add this to my portfolio."
In the pic:
Andy Taylor chats to the winning artists from Tyne Met College.
From left, Ryan Hunt, 19, from North Shields, and Andrew Reynolds,
26, from Whitley Bay.
Rhodes about tour plans for 2012: rest of Europe will probably
happen in May/June
live in a very chaotic world in Duran Duran World. I think people
think we're much more organized than we are. So we make things
up as we go and at the moment, I think we have got as far as planning
Australia for next year and there's a few European dates
which we have been trying to reschedule but couldn’t fit
them in this year because of the British tour and the American
So we’re definitely going to play some of those in late-January.
But then we're also looking at India and China
to see if we can make them happen because we’ve never been
to either of them.
we are looking at the rest Europe which would
probably be May/June, I would imagine. So my guess is we’ll
probably make it through to next summer. And then at that time,
everyone will take a break or make a new record,
one or the other.
band hopes to work with Mark again and Nick has already an idea
for the new album
a recent interview published on thephoenix.com Nick has hinted
that he has got already an idea, a theme, for the next Duran Duran
album and more importantly he expressed the band's desire to work
with Mark Ronson again. Below an excerpt of this very interesting
part of the interview.
the people we’ve worked with in the last couple decades,
Mark just suits us better. He has an understanding of so many
genres of music.
has incredible style and great taste and he really, really gets
what Duran Duran is about. So, I sincerely hope we work with him
again. We stay in constant touch. We're so fond of him on a very
personal level, as well as musical level. He’s really something."
Drinkwater: Speaking as a fan, I think it would be fantastic to
see what would come next, after that initial idea...
Nick: I have a little idea in my head. [Laughs]
discussed it the other day. We almost look at albums like movies,
so they do need a bit of a theme, then we just see what happens.
We don't really have a script, but we definitely have an idea.
the pic at the Halloween “Sinners or Saints” bash
at the Boom Boom Room in NY
Do you think you'll ever bring Andy Back? Sore subject?
Why? Dom not working for ya? I think he's AWESOME
thanks to MC Vitry for sharing her great Duran pictures with
us all, to Joel for the newspapers, to Kathy
the cool reports from Usa, to Mandy for some additional pictures
and to all the fans who submitted news and pics.
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