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Paper Gods (Deluxe Version)

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Unlike other ’80s groups, Duran Duran aren’t trying to recapture a bygone era, or squeeze themselves into lanes in which they don’t fit. Paper Gods feels like a natural progression for the pioneering New Romantic band. Friends like Mark Ronson, Mr Hudson, Kiesza, and John Frusciante usher the boys into the now, coating them in expressive pop-art patterns. “Last Night in the City” and “Change the Skyline” speak to Duran Duran’s urbane electro-pop sensibility, while “Pressure Off” is a glorious disco-funk throwdown with Nile Rodgers and Janelle Monáe, who gift them their own “Get Lucky.”

Customer Reviews

Another success!

Excellent, fun upbeat song for a band that even after 30+ years in the business still know what it takes to succeed. Can't wait hit the full release!

Perfect Summer Song

When I first heard this song, it was like something from 'Rio' with an updated funk track. It's an catchy, infectious song that's perfect for summer. So glad Niles Rodgers is working with the band again. His influence is definitely felt in the funky beat of this song.

The DD Renaissance continues

"Pressure Off" is a great pop single from the masters that are Duran Duran, Niles Rodgers, and Mark Ronson. Looking forward to September.

Biography

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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