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Out Of Notorious
Out of notorious duran demo
compilation album
Released unknown
Recorded 1986
Genre Pop
Length 11 tracks
Label unofficial
Producer Duran Duran
Duran Duran

Out Of Notorious is an unofficial compilation album, featuring a collection of Duran Duran tracks recorded during the demo sessions for Notorious in 1986.

About the album Edit

The album includes various previously unreleased tracks.

"Notorious"
The track is an early version of the final album song, with mostly different lyrics and does not feature the chorus "No- No-Notorious".

"Berlin"
This is an unreleased instrumental track that is not found on any other album, and is an early version of the Daniel Abraham's remix of "Drug".

"A Matter Of Feeling"
The track is very different to the album version and is a rock song featuring vocals by Andy Taylor, with incomplete lyrics.

"Vertigo"
The song has completely different lyrics, features the same medley line to the final version.

"Anything For You"
A ballad song in the style of David Bowie.

"One Of The Faithful"
An early demo version of "Meet El Presidente", featuring different lyrics and vocal medley.

"Winter Marches On"
The track does not include bass or guitar, only Simon Le Bon's voice and Nick Rhodes' keyboards are present.

Bonus tracks :
The two bonus tracks are the SOS Dub remix of "Skin Trade", taken from the Master Mixes album and the "Dance into the Fire" bootleg version of "The Wild Boys".

Track listing Edit

  1. "Notorious"
  2. "Berlin"
  3. "Skin Trade"
  4. "A Matter Of Feeling"
  5. "Take it to Me"
  6. "Vertigo"
  7. "Anything for You"
  8. "One of the Faithful"
  9. "Winter Marches On"

Bonus tracks:

  1. "Skin Trade" (SOS Dub)
  2. "The Wild Boys" (Live From The Strange Behaviour Tour)

PersonnelEdit

Duran Duran are:

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