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Live On The Tube
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unofficial live album
Venue Tyne Tees Television Studios, City Road, Newcastle upon Tyne,
UK Union-jack2
Recorded 24 April 1987
Released 2003
Label Decade
Format CD
Length 10 tracks
Genre Pop
Producer Duran Duran
The Tube
The Tube Neon Sign
Duran Duran

Live On The Tube is an unofficial Duran Duran live album, recorded on The Tube in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on 24 April 1987.

The album was released by Decade in 2003.

About the album Edit

This is a recording of Duran Duran's performance on the final episode of The Tube, a British television show that began on 5 November 1982. The series was broadcast from Newcastle upon Tyne and featured presenters Jools Holland and Paula Yates.

Simon Le Bon had been previously interviewed by Paula Yates in the summer of 1982. The Tube also broadcast a TV mid-summer special featuring Duran Duran in 1983. Presented by Jools Holland, the mid summer show was filmed in France when the band were recording tracks for Seven and the Ragged Tiger.

The album also features several bonus tracks, including "All She Wants Is" performed with alternate lyrics.

Track listing Edit

  1. "New Religion"
  2. "Meet El Presidente"
  3. "Hungry Like the Wolf"
  4. "Notorious
  5. "Skin Trade"
  6. "The Wild Boys"

Bonus tracks:

  1. "Skin Trade" (Parisian Mix) Remixed by Daniel Abraham from 'The Presidential Suite' 12" Promo
  2. "Bomb" (Alternative Demo)
  3. "All She Wants Is" (Alternate Lyrics)
  4. "A View to a Kill" (Demo)

PersonnelEdit

Duran Duran are:

With:

<< Belfast 1987 Manchester '87 >>

See alsoEdit

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