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Hot Shots No. 3/93
Duran duran Hot Shots No. 3 93
compilation album
Country Germany German-flag
Catalogue no. CDP 519 319
Label EMI Germany
Format CD, promo
Length 18 tracks
Released 1993
Genre Pop, Rock
Producer various
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Duran duran Hot Shots No. 3 93 duran
featuring Duran Duran

Hot Shots No. 3/93 is a promotional-only compilation album featuring Duran Duran, released in Germany by EMI Germany during 1993.

About the albumEdit

The album is a collection of songs by various artists, which includes Duran Duran's 26th single "Too Much Information".

The compilation also includes Billy Idol, an artist who performed during the Neurotic Outsiders's Hollywood's Burning show on 16 October 1995.

George Michael is featured, an artist who was part of Wham!'s final concert that included Simon Le Bon. Lulu recorded a James Bond-movie theme 11 years before Duran Duran released "A View To A Kill".

Track listingEdit

CDP 519 319Edit

  1. "Rubberband Girl" - Kate Bush (4:43)
  2. "All I Gave" - World Party (3:46)
  3. "Never Let Go" - Cliff Richard (4:09)
  4. "Trippin' On Your Love" - Kenny Thomas (4:01)
  5. "Off The Ground" - Paul McCartney (3:38)
  6. "Hit The Ground Running" - Tim Finn (4:38)
  7. "Let Me Wake Up In Your Arms" - Lulu (4:29)
  8. "Too Much Information" - Duran Duran (4:56)
  9. "Dog" - Dada (3:32)
  10. "Distant Sun" - Crowded House (3:49)
  11. "The Crossing" - Johnny Clegg (4:06)
  12. "These Are The Days Of Our Lives" - George Michael & Queen With Lisa Stansfield (4:43)
  13. "What Goes Around" - John Miles (4:23)
  14. "Adam In Chains" - Billy Idol (3:46)
  15. "Missing You Already" (Edit) - Chesney Hawkes (4:05)
  16. "Ain't Going Down" - Garth Brooks (4:32)
  17. "Come To Me" - Diesel (4:13)
  18. "Songs Of The Earth" - Runrig (4:50)

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