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Hunting Venus (soundtrack)
Hunting venus duran
soundtrack album
Released 1999
Recorded various
Genre Pop
Length 18 tracks
Label Columbia, Sony Music Entertainment
Producer various
reverse cover 
Hunting veus back
various acts

Hunting Venus: A Soundtrack To The 80s is a compilation album featuring Duran Duran, released by Columbia / Sony Music Entertainment in 1999.

About the album Edit

The album is the soundtrack to Hunting Venus, a British TV film first aired on Wednesday 31 March 1999. The film stars Neil Morrissey, Jane Horrocks, Martin Clunes and includes Simon Le Bon.

The CD features music from the 1980s including "Union of the Snake" by Duran Duran, a track played in the film during a reception area scene.

Track listing Edit

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  1. "Vienna" - Ultravox (4:36)
  2. "Planet Earth" - Duran Duran (3:55)
  3. "Fade To Grey" - Visage (3:43)
  4. "To Cut A Long Story Short" - Spandau Ballet (3:19)
  5. "Enola Gay" - OMD (3:31)
  6. "Ghosts" - Japan (3:49)
  7. "Wishing (I Had A Photograph Of You)" - A Flock Of Seagulls (4:00)
  8. "Don't You Want Me" - Human League (3:54)
  9. "Cars" - Gary Numan (3:38)
  10. "Union of the Snake" - Duran Duran (4:20)
  11. "Someone, Somewhere In Summertime" - Simple Minds (4:36)
  12. "Statues" - OMD (4:20)
  13. "Seconds" - Human League (4:57)
  14. "Say Hello, Wave Goodbye" - Soft Cell (5:23)
  15. "Heaven" - Psychedelic Furs (3:25)
  16. "The Sound Of The Crowd" - Human League (3:55)
  17. "Starburst" - The Venus Hunters (3:55)
  18. "Stand By Your Man" - Neil Morrissey (2:32)

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