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Do You Believe In Shame?

Originally slated to be the third release from DD's Astronaut CD, it was quickly canned. Some say due to the fact that "What Happens Tomorrow" didn't go over very well. Nonetheless, the Eric Prydz Mix found its way to dance radio, and fans began to push for the single's release...that was in the fall of 2005. Now that this song has been forgotten, it receives a release via Sony/BMG. Are they out to make a quick buck, by jumping on the bandwagon of the recent success dance music has been achieving? Each of the Eric Prydz Mixes vary a little bit. But, who needs 3 radio length edits by the same Remixer? Besides each of Eric's mixes contain bits and pieces of Simon's vocals. Jump directly to the Pablo La Rosa Naughty & Nice Remix, it contains more of the vocals and is perfectly suited for Club Play. The Johnson Somerset Atomic Ice Remix is remiscent of K&D works, whereas the Mike Greig So Nice Mix is a fresh, bouncy, digital piece of candy. Lost in this collection is the worthless R&B touched Dready Mix, which was most likely thrown together to capitalize on the current R&B trend. Four Stars. (Pick one of the Eric Prydz Mixes, the Pablo La Rosa Remix and for the Mike Greig Mix.)

Kinda late, but....

I'll take club mixes of my favorite band from the 80's anyday... especially when Eric Prydz is on board. These remixes come late in the game from the excellent album "Astronaut". Maybe the label is squeezing more money out of this monster before the second album (due anyday now) by all five original members is released. Or maybe with the recent success of Ferry Corsten's "Fire", which used Simon LeBon's vocals, someone has finally figured out that there is still a market for dance/rock/pop. Of course there is. These guys STARTED it.

Where OH WHERE are the good old days of remixes?

As a fan who remembers being really excited about purchasing the old original "night versions" of the early singles on vinyl and being totally thrilled with the music, I can honestly say that not since "The Wild Boys" have I been happy with a remix EP from Duran Duran. Listen to the 12" versions of "New Moon on Monday" or "Union of the Snake" to hear what a REAL remix sounds like. I used to love hearing Roger's percussion parts solo'd out in the mixes, Nick's amazing synth sounds pushed way forward in the mix... Simon's backing harmonies... I detest this new style of "remix".. which at it's core is nothing more than wanna-be musicians living out their stardom fantasy through established artists by grabbing one little snippet of the original vocal and laying it on top of "anyone can program it" loop software. total rubbish. Of course, this isn't to say that I don't absolutely cherish "Nice" as a song. It was my favorite on Astronaut by far... completely harkening back to the days when all 5 members contributed evenly for that sound that only Duran Duran could create.


Formed: 1978 in Birmingham, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Duran Duran personified new wave for much of the mainstream audience. And for good reason. Duran Duran's reputation was built through music videos, which accentuated their fashion-model looks and glamorous sense of style. Without music videos, it's likely that their pop-funk -- described by the group as the Sex Pistols-meet-Chic -- would never have made them international pop stars. While Duran Duran did have sharper pop sensibilities than their new romantic contemporaries like Spandau Ballet and...
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