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|unofficial live album|
|Venue||Vélez Sársfield Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Recorded||30 April 1993|
About the albumEdit
The album is a recording of Duran Duran's performance at the Vélez Sársfield Stadium, a 49,540 capacity venue which is home of the football club Vélez Sarsfield from the First Division. This was the second of four shows performed in Argentina during 1993.
Filmed for a TV broadcast in Argentina to celebrate Duran Duran's first tour in the country, around 50,000 people attended the concert.
Duran Duran took to the open air stage and began with an introduction from Simon Le Bon. He said "Hola amigos, buenas noches (Hello friends, good evening). We're gonna play a show, but first we gonna shoot some video. We have the honor of shooting it with you guys." Le Bon then introduced Brazilian artist Milton Nascimento.
During the evening songs were performed as long instrumental versions, including "Come Undone" at 8:14 minutes. The next song was a cover version of The Doors' "Crystal Ship", which Duran Duran would later record for their 1995 album Thank You.
Track listing Edit
- "Breath After Breath"
- "Planet Earth"
- "Hungry Like the Wolf"
- "Ordinary World"
- "Come Undone"
- "Crystal Ship"
- "Girls on Film"
- "Too Much Information"
- "Save A Prayer"
- "The Wild Boys"
Duran Duran are:
- Fergus Gerrand - drums, percussion
- Lamya - backing vocals
- Yolisa Phahle - violin
- Ellen Blair - violin
- Ivan Hussey - cello
- Distributed by Why Not Records Srl
- Captured live in Argentina, Buenos Aires, Velez Stadium last April 30th 1993.
- Mispelling on track list (track 8).
Barcode and other identifiers:
- Barcode: 8013133010404
- Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
- Matrix / Runout: BKCD 052 PHC
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