Duran Duran – Live from London (2005)
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- play_circle_outline(Reach Up For The) Sunrise
- play_circle_outlineHungry Like The Wolf
- play_circle_outlineSomething I Should Know
- play_circle_outlineUnion Of The Snake
- play_circle_outlineCome Undone
- play_circle_outlineA View To A Kill
- play_circle_outlineWhat Happens Tomorrow
- play_circle_outlineThe Chauffeur
- play_circle_outlinePlanet Earth
- play_circle_outlineI Don't Want Your Love
- play_circle_outlineNew Religion
- play_circle_outlineOrdinary World
- play_circle_outlineNight Boat
- play_circle_outlineSave A Prayer
- play_circle_outlineThe Reflex
- play_circle_outlineCareless Memories
- play_circle_outlineWild Boys
- play_circle_outlineGirls On Film
Live from London is a concert film by the British group, Duran Duran. It was filmed during the course of the last two of five sold-out nights at Wembley Arena in April 2004, during the band’s first global tour after the reunion of the band’s original five members.
The concert features hits from their 25-year catalog, together with live versions of the singles from their 2004 studio album Astronaut. The band was joined on stage by saxophonist Andy Hamilton and backing vocalist Sarah Brown.
Live from London is sold as a single-DVD set and also as a Deluxe DVD+CD box set, which features 20 songs on the DVD and 10 songs on the CD. Bonus features in the Deluxe set include a tour documentary, multi-angled viewing options, photo gallery, interviews, and behind the scenes footage. It was certified gold by the RIAA on 9 March 2006.
The concert was directed by Lawrence Jordan for Coming Home Studios, and filmed using twenty-eight cameras. The DVD is presented in 16:9 widescreen format, and the audio options include SRS 5.1 Circle Surround Sound, and 5.1 DTS.
The package was Duran Duran’s first DVD release since the 2003 music video compilation Greatest, and their first concert film since 1985’s Arena.
Duran Duran are an English new wave and synthpop band formed in Birmingham in 1978. The band grew from being alternative sensations, in 1982, to mainstream pop stars by 1984. By the end of the decade, membership and music style changes challenged more...