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Duran Duran


Hard Rock Live, Hollywood, Florida

October 15, 2011

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by PeterP

Here's how to see this show.

1. Catch the opening band Neon Trees, an energetic band with a frenetic lead singer playing good modern rock. 

2. Leave for a drink and come back when Duran Duran is about 45 mins in.

I'm sorry ,but their latest stuff is not great and the show sags badly to begin with. Duran Duran threw in 'With a Vierw to a Kill' early to try to energize the crowd but it it didn't really work.

However the second part of the show soared when they started their old material. It's very good and Duran Duran played it well with a great sound from the band  and really got the sell out crowd going. The show built nicely and the band went out on a high leaving the crowd happy with an encore of Rio.



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