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After The Hurricane
After The Hurricane - Songs For Montserrat duran duran
compilation album
Released 1 February 1990
Recorded various
Genre Pop, Rock
Length 18 tracks
Label Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
Producer various
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After The Hurricane - Songs For Montserrat 2
featuring Duran Duran

After The Hurricane - Songs For Montserrat is a compilation album featuring Duran Duran, released by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab on 1 February 1990.

About the albumEdit

The album was compiled shortly after the Caribbean island of Montserrat was struck by Hurricane Hugo, during September 1989. The destructive force of the category 5 hurricane damaged ninety percent of all structures on the island, including virtually all the homes of its 12,000 residents and George Martin's AIR Studios.

The Montserrat Hurricane Relief Foundation received all profits from this album, which features tracks recorded at the AIR Studios such as Duran Duran's "New Moon on Monday" and The Police's "Invisible Sun".

Track listingEdit

UDCD 529Edit

  1. "Fancy Man Blues" - The Rolling Stones
  2. "Ebony & Ivory" - Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder
  3. "Marguerita Time" - Status Quo
  4. "I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues" - Elton John (featuring harmonica by Stevie Wonder)
  5. "Dream On" - Nazareth
  6. "Clouds And Rain" - Gillan / Glover
  7. "More" - Simply Red
  8. "Just Got Back" - Cheap Trick
  9. "Why Worry" - Dire Straits
  10. "Invisible Sun" - The Police
  11. "New Moon on Monday" - Duran Duran
  12. "Hot Hot Hot" - Arrow
  13. "So Amazing" - Luther Vandross
  14. "Time Stand Still" - Rush
  15. "Keep Me In Mind" - Boy George
  16. "Teakbois (The Life And Times of Bobby Dread)" - Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman & Howe
  17. "Wep" - Kassav
  18. "Dear God" - Midge Ure

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