|Mancow’s Morning Madhouse|
|Presenter||Erich “Mancow” Muller|
|First broadcast||February 2, 2011|
|Radio station||Talk Radio Network and others|
|featuring Simon Le Bon|
Mancow’s Morning Madhouse: February 2, 2011 (also called The Mancow Radio Experience) is a radio show broadcast in the USA which featured a 6-minute interview with Simon Le Bon.
About the showEdit
This is an American radio show hosted by Erich “Mancow” Muller, broadcast each weekday between 5:30am and 10pm to a number of markets of mainly FM radio stations throughout the United States. This includes the Talk Radio Network, which can be heard on over 34 of its network affiliates.
After "Notorious" was played, the interview with Simon Le Bon began with a discussion about the band's appearance at the Pepsi Super Bowl Fan Jam in Dallas the following day. Telephoning from Dallas, Le Bon said Duran Duran had 30 minutes and would be playing songs that people recognise, as well as new material.
All You Need Is Now was covered, with Le Bon commenting that producer Mark Ronson was determined to make a record that sounded modern, but recapturing the edgy, exploring Duran Duran of their first two albums. Nick Rhodes added that he used a lot of old analogue synthesizers, and not one digital synthesizer, on the album (see The Shape of Things That Hum). The interview finished with "All You Need Is Now".