Live In Tokyo
Duran duran 1987-03-21 tokyo
unofficial live album
Venue Korakuen Stadium, Tokyo,
Japan Japan flag
Recorded 21 March 1987
Released Unknown
Label Unknown Label
Format CD
Length 7 tracks
Genre Pop
Producer Duran Duran
concert ticket
Ticket duran duran Korakuen Stadium, Tokyo, Japan wikipedia tokyo 1987
Korakuen Stadium japan wikipedia duran duran
Korakuen Stadium japan tokyo wikipedia duran duran

Live In Tokyo - Singin' In The Rain is an unofficial Duran Duran live album, recording during The Strange Behaviour Tour at the Korakuen Stadium in Tokyo, Japan on 21 March 1987.

About the albumEdit

The album is a recording of Duran Duran's performance at the Korakuen Stadium, a 50,000 capacity venue which was located on the site of now The Tokyo Dome. This was the fourth of six shows performed in Japan on the tour.

These were the first Duran Duran shows in Japan for more than 3 years, playing to their largest audience since Live Aid, with 35,000 people attending each of the Tokyo concerts.

Whilst Duran Duran were in Tokyo, Nick Rhodes visited a Buddah Temple and Simon Le Bon went to the Imperial Palace.

The show began on a night of heavy rain, so during the evening Le Bon sang a line of "Singin' in the Rain" from the 1952 American Musical comedy film starring Gene Kelly. He also thanked the crowd for being there.

The concert flyer features Duran Duran photography by John Swannell.

Tickets for the event cost from around 5,000 Japanese Yen.

Track listingEdit

  1. "A View to a Kill"
  2. "Notorious"
  3. "Singin' in the Rain"
  4. "Save A Prayer"
  5. "Skin Trade"
  6. "Hungry Like the Wolf"
  7. "The Reflex"


Duran Duran are:


<< March 16, 1987 - Shimin Kaikan, Fukuoka, Japan Strange Behaviour Tour '87 >>

See alsoEdit

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