1982...In The Sun
1982 in the sun duran duran
compilation album
Country Australia Dbi flag australia
Catalogue no. GIVE 1982
Label EMI Music (Australia)
Format 12" vinyl (45 RPM)
Length 18 tracks
Released 1982
Genre Pop, Rock
Producer various
featuring Duran Duran

1982...In The Sun is a compilation vinyl album featuring Duran Duran, released in Australia by EMI Music (Australia) during 1982.

About the albumEdit

This is a collection of Australian hit singles from the early 1980s. Included is Duran Duran's "Girls on Film", a song which reached no.11 on the Australian Singles Chart. The compilation is made up of British, Canadian, American and Australian. The Go Go's feature singer Berlinda Carlisle, who Andy Taylor later performed guitar on her "Mad About You" solo single in 1986.

The Australian acts featured on the album include Mondo Rock, Sunnyboys, Renee Geyer and Moving Pictures. There is also Australian Crawl, a band that were the opening act on some Duran Duran shows during The Sing Blue Silver Tour such as the N.E.C. Arena concert, Birmingham on 12 December 1983.

Track listingEdit

GIVE 1982Edit

Side AEdit

  1. "Wired For Sound" - Cliff Richard
  2. "Hold on Tight" - ELO
  3. "Our Lips Are Sealed" - The Go-Go's
  4. "Girls on Film" - Duran Duran
  5. "The Break Up Song" - Greg Kihn Band
  6. "It's My Party" - Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin
  7. "Just So Lonely" - Get Wet
  8. "Summer of '81" - Mondo Rock
  9. "Oh No Not You Again" - Australian Crawl

Side BEdit

  1. "Green Door" - Shakin Stevens
  2. "Do You Know What I Mean" - Renee Geyer
  3. "Alone With You" - Sunnyboys
  4. "Love Song" - Simple Minds
  5. "Precious To Me" - Phil Seymour
  6. "Only Crying" - Keith Marshall
  7. "Pretend" - Alvin Stardust
  8. "Bustin' Loose" - Moving Pictures
  9. "Fashion And Fame" - The Angels

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