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Post by stopdead on Mar 2, 2021 20:50:31 GMT -5
That would be like saying the White Lines and Perfect day singles never existed. The album is not penned by SLB apart from Drive By, but all the music is 'original' in that it sounds like them. I would not include the Beautiful Colours demo album, and I wouldnt include the unreleased Reportage album, is it was worked on and produced to fill up that time, but we never got it.
"(not counting the covers album TY,"
Someone Else Not Me, singles released March. The Pop Trash album is released June, followed by the 'Pop Trash Tour. John performs more dates with Terroristen.
Final shows with Warren. Missing Persons Reunion. The original five members Reunion. The band start to record demos for Astronaut.
Second year of working on Astronaut. Dark Circles released.
The band spend a third year demoing new songs for Astronaut. They send a sampler CD to publishers. The Duran Duran - (2003) - The Reunion Tour.
(Reach Up for The) Sunrise released in September. Astronaut released October, and many songs on the Astronaut album are remixed by other artists. The Reunion Tour continues.
The Astronaut Tour. What Happens Tomorrow single released. The band start work on Reportage.
The band record Reportage. Astronaut Tour continues. Andy leaves the band. The new album is rejected.
Duran Duran plays several prominent shows, and prepares for the November launch of Red Carpet Massacre.
Duran Duran promotes and tours around the world to support the Red Carpet Massacre album.
The first six songs of All You Need Is Now are completed. Some sporadic touring.
Second year of developing the All You Need Is Now album. Some dates with Mark Ronson, and only a few others. A scheduled tour start in South Africa is cancelled.
The All You Need Is Now album is released in March. Another Tour From Hell year is postponed during the summer due to Simons throat.
The band tour the All You Need Is Now album for most of the year. John releases his book Into The Pleasure Groove.
Duran Duran tentatively return to the studio with Mark Ronson to work on the Paper Gods album. A quiet year.
Second year working on the Paper Gods album. A Diamond In The Mind released. One small tour at the end of the year.
Paper Gods album is mixed. Pressure Off released in June. Album released in September. Paper Gods tour.
A huge tour to support Paper Gods.
A second year touring Paper Gods, including a special show at The Louvre in Paris.
Another quiet year. The BBC present a special Evening With Duran Duran show in the summer.
The band begin work on their 15th studio album. A few more dates on their Paper Gods tour.
The second year recording their 15th album. Progress slows due to a global pandemic scare. John begins a series of interviews and bass tutorials.
The band mix their 15th studio album and get ready for release, perhaps September. A small number of concerts are rearranged due to a global pandemic scare.
First year touring their 15th album.
Second Year touring their 15th album. A limited edition rough cuts and b-sides release.
A quiet year, SLB finally releases the autobiography.
The band work on their 16th album. Some select dates.
Second Year working on their 16th album.
The band mix their 16th album, with singles release possibly March, Album in June.
One of the band slips a disc while falling out of a bathtub. The band call it quits.
50th Anniversary of Band formation, October 1978.
I do think that 2028, their 50th year, might be their farewell album and tour. But it would be very nice if they could release at least three albums between now and that final show...