|unofficial live album|
|Venue||St. Andrews Stadium, Birmingham, UK|
|Recorded||28 May 2005|
About the albumEdit
The stadium opened its gates around 3:30pm, with the show finally kicking off at 6:20pm when The Bravery from America came on stage.
Later Daniel Bedingfield and his backing band hit the stage. He was warmly received by the crowd. The set included 80s retro snatches of "Sweet Dreams" and "Pump Up The Jam", finishing with his debut single "Gotta Get Thru This".
Supported by a massive light show, the five original members of Duran Duran opened the show with a energetic performance of "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise". Spacey synths and disco bass lines provided the soundtrack, as the crowd pumped their fists in the air every time Le Bon motioned for them to do so.
"Is anybody hungry?" was the cry from Le Bon, before the band launched into their second song "Hungry Like the Wolf".
"Save A Prayer" featured the audience singing the opening verses.
Before playing a cover version of "Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)", John Taylor said Duran Duran were a Birmingham band. This led to Le Bon declaring he was from the London area as the introduction to Steve Harley and the Cockney Rebel's song.
Tickets for the event cost around £35.00 and 3D pop-up programme books cost £22.
- "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise"
- "Hungry Like the Wolf"
- "Planet Earth"
- "I Don't Want Your Love"
- "Come Undone"
- "What Happens Tomorrow"
- "Sound of Thunder" / "I Feel Love"
- "The Reflex"
- "The Chauffeur"
- "A View to a Kill"
- "Ordinary World"
- "Save A Prayer"
- "Taste the Summer"
- "Nototious" / "We Are Family"
- "Careless Memories"
- "The Wild Boys"
- "Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)"
- "Girls on Film"
Duran Duran are:
- Simon Le Bon - vocals
- John Taylor - bass guitar
- Andy Taylor - guitar
- Nick Rhodes - keyboards
- Roger Taylor - drums
- Cover design by Duraniumfromvienna
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