Question of the Week: Which Song Represents the Sing Blue Silver tour of 1984?

Last week’s question focused on the Strange Behavior Tour of 1987, supporting the album, Notorious. Unlike so many other polls in this theme, last week’s had a clear winner: Skin Trade. While there were a few other songs chosen, the vast majority picked Skin Trade. Therefore, we are ready to move on to the tour before that one, the Sing Blue Silver Tour of 1984, supporting Seven and the Ragged Tiger. In case you do not know what I am talking about, this set of questions is relatively simple. We are picking out a song that represents each of Duran’s major tours throughout the band’s history. We started with the most recent tour and have moved back in time. The results so far are:

  • Paper Gods Tour – Pressure Off
  • All You Need Is Now Tour – All You Need Is Now
  • Red Carpet Massacre Tour – Night Runner
  • Astronaut Tour – Sunrise
  • Pop Trash Tour – Hallucinating Elvis
  • Ultra Chrome Latex and Steel Tour – Electric Barbarella
  • Thank You Promo Tour – White Lines
  • No Ordinary Tour – Too Much Information
  • Big Live Thing – I Don’t Want Your Love
  • Strange Behavior Tour – Skin Trade

Today’s poll, then, features all the songs that Duran Duran played live during the Sing Blue Silver Tour. They are listed by the frequency with which they were played. Songs played more often are at the top while songs played rarely are at the bottom. On that note, which song best represents the Sing Blue Silver Tour?


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