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Astronaut [CD + DVD] Limited Edition

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In the 80s Duran Duran were the most successful new romantic band of the “second British Invasion”, helped by their stylish and sexually charged videos which received heavy play on MTV.

Formed in 1978 by John Taylor (bass) and Nick Rhodes (keyboards) in Birmingham, England, their most successful line-up also included Simon Le Bon (vocals), Andy Taylor (guitar) and Roger ... Read more in Amazon's Duran Duran Store

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  • Audio CD (11 Oct. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B0002XB5EU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 94,083 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. (Reach Up For The) Sunrise
2. What Happens Tomorrow
3. Want You More!
4. Nice
5. Bedroom Toys
6. Taste The Summer
7. Still Breathing
8. Point Of No Return
9. Finest Hour
10. Chains
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Hungry Like The Wolf (Live at Wembley)
2. Sunrise (Live at Wembley)
3. What Happens Tomorrow (Live at Wembley)
4. Wild Boys (Live at Wembley)
5. New Religion (Live at Wembley)
6. Behind The Scenes Documentary

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* Limited Edition includes DVD, featuring 5 songs Live at Wembley Arena concert and "Behind The Scenes" Documentary. Total Running time 45 minutes.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Jayne Beaumont on 30 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well it finally arrived - my mistake having ordered it with another item which was awaiting release! Anyway, the wait is over - this album is a fantastic 'come back' album from Duran Duran. Having been a Durannie in my teens, I was so excited at the prospect of having the original five back together. Having waited with baited breath for the recent UK tour (which was awesome)and the new album, I can honestly say that I am NOT disappointed with this. The album combines a little of the 'old' sounds along with many new. My favourite tracks are "What Happens Tomorrow" and "Still Breathing" but I like all of them for different reasons. Simon's voice is still perfect and it's great to hear that Andy has been allowed to 'let rip' with his guitar. I was surprised that the first single from this album "Reach Up (For The Sunrise)" did not top the UK charts but I am sure that the next single "What Happens Tomorrow" will surpass that. All in all, definately worth the wait. Also, this limited edition comes with a DVD of footage and interviews from their recent UK tour - a taster of the forthcoming live DVD. 45 minutes of footage and the video of "Reach Up (For The Sunrise)" at the end. I'm probably biased but I would say that this is the best and most anticipated album release of 2004!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD
finest hour, track 8 on the album says it all. Duran Duran are back for their finest hour so far. This album grows with every listen, Sunrise is the obvious hit, an original Duran flashback.
Finest hour should be a single, haunting, powerful in its simplicity. What happens tomorrow? well if there is the slightest hint of justice in this world, people will buy this album by the truckload. Forget the bland mundane Keene, coldplay & the rest of their copy cat pals. Forget Robbies regurgitating greatest hits, forget the Duran stigma, ignore those sad old beatles loving critics, this is as credible creative & original as popular music gets.
Buy it & let 'want you more' blast from those bose speakers in your Audi TT's. As long as I'm 'still breathing' I will be a fan.
Durranies forever!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alex on 29 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the album I was expecting. After "Pop Trash", I was not so sure about Duran's future. But now, I'm definitely by their side! Even if it's not a comercial hit, this album is great, big and notorious! This is the real Duran, no doubt about it. Songs like "Want you more!" reminds me to many different eras in Duran's history: a part of "Lava Lamp", a little of the first album, and a chorus like "Of crime and passion". The tracks are so good that is very difficult to bet which one is going to be the next single, but songs like "Nice" or "What happens tomorrow" are, by little difference, the best options. Funky tunes like "Bedroom toys" or ballads like "The finest hour" gives this album the possibility of being one of Duran's best albums. What else can I say? Thank you!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "emmastephens22" on 19 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
i know a couple of people who have listened to this album and didn't like it as they felt Duran hadn't "moved on" i think they are talking rubish after all isn't that why we love them. some of the tracks on the album are quite 80's sounding however there are also tracks e.g. Bedroom Toys and Astronaut which are totally now actually better than now with the rubbish the record companies are churing out. DD have definatly proven with this album that they can stand the test of time. Everybody I know is having it for Christmas like it or not they will learn to. also the DVD is worth a watch just to tide you over until the full one comes out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sean Kennedy on 14 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Since Duran Duran back together in 2001 the excitement continues to grow as the five original members of DURAN DURAN release the new album - Astronaut.
The album, which was recorded in its entirety in London, has been co-produced by the band with both Don Gilmore and Dallas Austin.
Although at first you may be slightly scared to think they couldn't recapture the magic of the 80's with the likes of the albums, Rio, Seven and the Ragged Tiger - then think again. Being apart for 21 years has made them stronger, and this album proves, that unlike other famous 80's bands that keep popping up and doing tours with 5 or 6 other ex 80's bands then fade away again, Duran Duran are back and will be around for a while longer yet!
The album has it all, and will certainly have at least 3/4 tracks out on single format. If you were a fan last time round, you will soon be hooked - don't take my word for it.
The only thing missing from the true Duranies this time around will be the make up, long hair and weird dress sense - and that's just what the boys wore!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bev on 14 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD
I listened to this album nervously, wondering if the boys could really bring out something fresh and new after such a long time apart. Well I needn't have worried, this is a quality album. The single (Reach up for the) Sunrise is top quality as is What Happens Tomorrow. These two tracks were familiar having seen them at the NEC this year, but I found the whole album imaginative and fresh. Astronaut is quite a quirky track and the mood changes for the last few tracks to very mellow and moody. Simon's voice has definitely improved over the years. The DVD is a real taster for the full-length DVD which is due out - when? The boys seem to have had a great time on tour and gave confident and professional performances all round. I can only echo what the fan who was interviewed said - 'I thought they were good twenty years ago, but tonight they were even better'.
Well done lads!!
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