|Time: January 10, 2011|
|Published||January 10, 2011|
|Managing Editor||Richard Stengel|
|featuring Duran Duran|
Time: January 10, 2011 (Vol. 177 No. 1) is an American news magazine, featuring an interview with members of Duran Duran published on that date.
About the magazineEdit
This is the world's largest weekly news magazine, which has a domestic audience of 20 million and a global audience of 25 million. The 10 January edition also features Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's First Lady of Freedom on the front cover, plus articles about Southern Sudan and Azure's hybrid engine.
Time Arts Editor Tim Morrison began his interview with Simon Le Bon and Nick Rhodes by talking about Duran Duran's new album All You Need Is Now. Le Bon added that producer Mark Ronson wanted to take the band back to the spirit of their first two albums, not to repeat the sound of them, but get that sense of experimentation and adventure.
The interview also covered Duran Duran's early fashion choices and how their audience has changed over the years?. About the audience Rhodes commented "The Internet has changed the way people consume music. Kids now are likely to have some of our music, some Beatles, some Kanye. They mix it all up a lot more."