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1985-1987
1985 Thru 1987 duran duran dvd
compilation DVD
Released unknown
Recorded 1985-1987
Genre Pop, interview
Length 35 tracks
Label unofficial
Producer various
Timeslip with John Taylor
MTV Awards with John And Andy

1985-1987 is an unofficial Duran Duran 35-track compilation DVD.

About the DVDEdit

The DVD is a collection of Duran Duran and band related recordings from various TV broadcast, between 1985 and 1987. The compilation begins with Robert Palmer's only live performance during the 1980s with the Power Station on the US TV show Saturday Night Live, broadcast on 16 February 1985 (Robert would later perform with the band on The Living In Fear Tour in the mid 1990s).

Also included is John Taylor's appearance on Timeslip (see video below), plus John and Andy presenting video director Russell Mulcahy with an MTV award (see video below).

Track listingEdit

  1. "Some Like It Hot" - Power Station (Saturday Night Live 85)
  2. "Get It On (Bang a Gong)" - Power Station (Saturday Night Live 85)
  3. Simon Le Bon - Interview
  4. John Taylor (about "Some Like It Hot" + "The Reflex" + "The Wild Boys")
  5. "A View To A Kill" TV Performance
  6. Nick Rhodes and Simon Le Bon - Interview
  7. Press Conference 1983
  8. Simon Le Bon (about "A View To A Kill", Sing Blue Silver)
  9. John Taylor - Timeslip as Hacker (1985, Yorkshire TV)
  10. John Taylor with Lisa Robinson
  11. Power Station on TV
  12. "A View To A Kill" / James Bond on CNN
  13. Nick Rhodes - Grammy 85 with award for Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson
  14. Nick Rhodes - Interview from MTV News
  15. Notorious - Sunday Special MTV
  16. James Bond premiere - San Francisco (John and Andy)
  17. John Taylor and Michael Des Barres - Interview
  18. Simon Le Bon - Interview (MTV)
  19. Simon Le Bon - Interview (1985)
  20. MTV Award for Russell Mulcahy from John and Andy
  21. Arcadia - Interview
  22. Band Aid - Press Conference (Duran Duran and Culture Club)
  23. John with bass
  24. Arcadia - Interview
  25. TV shots 1985
  26. Nick Rhodes present 'Album of the Year'
  27. Rebecca Blake - Video (starring John Taylor)
  28. Nick Rhodes - Interview about Playing For Keeps
  29. Band Aid
  30. Duran Duran - Interviews 86-87
  31. "Hungry Like The Wolf" (Showbiz CNN)

Bonus tracksEdit

  1. "I Don't Want Your Love" - America's Top 10
  2. Duran Duran - Interview 88
  3. Spring Break MTV 93
  4. "Serious" from RAI

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