Astronaut Demos is an unofficial Duran Duran 13-track compilation album.
About the albumEdit
The album is a collection demos recorded by the original five band members of Duran Duran, during recording sessions for the Astronaut album held in the South of France. During this period a teaser CD with short demo versions of a few of the unfinished songs (used to demonstrate the new work to potential labels and producers) was leaked to the Internet and quickly copied throughout the band's fan base. The songs were "Virus", "Sunrise", "TV vs. Radio", "Taste the Summer", "Salt in the Rainbow" and "Pretty Ones", which are all included on this album.
The compilation also features a demo version of "Beautiful Colours", a song performed by the band during The Reunion Tour and used by FIFA (The international governing body for football) as it's Centennial song.
- "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise" (demo 2004)
- "Beautiful Colours" (demo 2004)
- "What Happens Tomorrow" (demo 2004)
- "Bedroom Toys" (demo 2004)
- "Nice" (demo 2004)
- "Taste the Summer" (demo 2004)
- "Point Of No Return" (demo 2004)
- "Still Breathing" (demo 2004)
- "Virus" (demo 2004)
- "Lonely Business" (demo 2004)
- "Salt in the Rainbow" (demo 2004)
- "Pretty Ones" (original demo)
- "TV vs. Radio" (original demo)
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