Category Archives: Daily Question

Question of the Day: Sunday, October 12, 2019

74% of our participants own Greatest while 11% do not. 14% used to own it.

What about Live from London?

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Question of the Day: Saturday, October 12, 2019

35% of our participants own Extraordinary World but 56% do not. 13% used to own it.

What about the Greatest DVD?

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Question of the Day: Friday, October 11, 2019

So sorry that the question of the day was missing for a couple of days. We are trying a new poll plug-in. Bear with us as we learn about how to create polls with this new kind.

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Question of the Day: Tuesday, October 8, 2019

35% of our participants own a copy of Decade (Video) and 54% do not. 12% used to own it.

What about Extraordinary World?

Here’s a description of it:

Extraordinary World is a documentary and music video by Duran Duran, released by EMIPMI in 1994.

The video provides a visual history of Duran Duran. The four members provide a chronological story-telling of how the band were created, the rise to fame and their history since 1978.

This is the first video to cover the subject of the band’s history and also features six songs from The Wedding Album era.

Question of the Day: Sunday, October 6, 2019

38% of our participants own Working for the Skin Trade and 59% did not. 3% used to own it.

What about 6ix by 3hree?

Here is some information about it:

6ix by 3hree (Six By Three) is a video compilation by Duran Duran released in 1989 on VHS and LaserDisc. There is currently no commercial DVD release available but the whole compilation was included as an extra on the 2010 DD Fan Club DVD release of ‘Three To Get Ready’. The six videos of the title are from the bands’ albums Notorious and Big Thing.

The intent of this release was similar to the Seven and the Ragged Tiger video EP “Dancing on the Valentine“, mopping up an album’s worth (or two albums in this case) of videos and getting them to market. However, the release of Decade a year later meant that most of the videos on both of these compilations were readily available on one release.

6ix by 3hree does include two videos not available on other compilations – “Meet El Presidente” and “Do You Believe in Shame?” – but they were included as extras on the CD/DVD special releases of Notorious and Big Thing respectively.

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Question of the Day: Saturday, October 5, 2019

47% of our participants have a copy of Three to Get Ready and 42% do not. 11% used to own it.

What about Working for the Skin Trade? Here’s information about it:

The video features live Duran Duran performances recorded during The Strange Behaviour Tour in 1987 and 1988.

Included is footage from the Praca De Aporteose in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on 8 January 1988, which was filmed in front of 100,000 people. There are also recordings from the Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View in San Francisco, USA on 31 July 1987.

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Question of the Day: Friday, October 4, 2019

62% of our participants do own Arena: An Absurd Notion (DVD) while 39% did not.

What about Three to Get Ready? Here is some information about this DVD:

Directed and produced by award winning filmmakers Carolyn Brooks and David Gasperik, this is a behind the scenes look at Duran Duran. The documentary was filmed entirely in black & white during The Strange Behaviour Tour in 1987.

First shown at film festivals during 1987, the video features footage of Duran Duran travelling on the road, interviews and visits to American TV shows including Soul Train. There are also stage performances of “Notorious“, “Save A Prayer” and “Skin Trade“.

Originally Three To Get Ready was released in Italy as a 75 minute version in 1987. An edited 29 minute version was later released in several countries in 1990. The DD Fan Club have also released an unofficial DVD edition in 2010.

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Question of the Day: Thursday, October 3, 2019

77% of our participants own Sing Blue Silver and 15% do not. 8% used to own it.

What about Arena (An Absurd Notion) (DVD)? Here is how Wikipedia describes it:

Arena (An Absurd Notion) is a concept concert video filmed during the course of Duran Duran‘s 1984 Sing Blue SilverNorth American Tour in support of the album Seven and the Ragged Tiger.[1]

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Question of the Day: WEdnesday, October 2, 2019

32% of our participants own As the Lights Go Down (video), 61% do not and 7% used to.

What about Sing Blue Silver? Here is how Wikipedia describes this DVD:

Sing Blue Silver is a documentary about Duran Duran‘s 1983-1984 World Tour directed by Michael Collins.[1] A sixty-minute edited version of the documentary was aired on MTV (and later other music channels) under the title Blue Silver.

Sing Blue Silver was originally released on videotape (in VHS and Betamax formats) and on LaserDisc, near the end of 1984. It was re-issued on DVD in April 2004. A 1984 book of the same name featured still photography by official tour photographer Denis O’Regan. The title comes from a verse from the song “The Chauffeur“, released in 1982. It was certified gold by the RIAA (Billboard magazine week ending February 23, 1985).

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