|Venue||Velodromo, Santiago de Chile,|
|Recorded||9 May 1993|
About the album Edit
The album is a recording of Duran Duran's performance at the Velodromo, a 47,000 capacity outdoor venue located in the eastern sector of Santiago de Chile. This was Duran Duran's first ever show performed in the South American country of Chile.
After Chilean rock band Valija Diplomática opened the show, Duran Duran appeared on stage. Whilst the band got ready on this cold evening with their equipment, Simon Le Bon who was dressed in gloves and a coat, spoke to the crowd in Spanish.
As stage lights illuminated Fergus Gerrand on drums, Warren Cuccurullo burst into the opening chords of the first song "Planet Earth", played on an acoustic guitar. Le Bon now minus his coat and gloves was soon singing the opening lyrics to their debut single.
The next song, "Hungry Like the Wolf" was greeted with screams from the crowd when Le Bon began their 80s hit with "In touch with the ground".
The album recording was taken from a Chilean radio special celebrating Duran Duran's first show in Chile, which is also available as a video bootleg version.
Track listing Edit
- "Planet Earth"
- "Hungry Like The Wolf"
- "Ordinary World"
- "Come Undone"
- "The Chauffeur"
- "Crystal Ship"
- "Girls on Film"
- "Too Much Information"
- "Save A Prayer"
- "The Wild Boys"
Duran Duran are:
- Fergus Gerrand - Drums, percussion
- Yolisa Phahle - Violin, keyboards
- Ellen Blair - Violin
- Ivan Hussey - Cello
- Curtis King Jr. - Backing vocals
- Lamya - Backing vocals
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