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Pop Trash Archives - The Daily Duranie

Kiss Goodbye

Kiss Goodbye is a 41 second stand-alone prelude to Last Day on Earth, and it features Nick on Keyboards. When we say we review an album, we review the whole thing, including the 41 seconds of Kiss Goodbye, so let’s get into it! Audio Rhonda The thing is, these little interludes are synonymous with Duran… Continue reading Kiss Goodbye

Lady Xanax

On to the ninth track on Pop Trash, “Lady Xanax”. Nick wrote this song, and according to Katy on, “it is actually about someone he knows who represents spiraling into despair and unable to find any sense of purpose in her life”. The song is a ballad, some characterizing the song as having a… Continue reading Lady Xanax

Mars Meets Venus

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From just five years after (1995) was developed comes Mars Meets Venus (2000). The song takes a satirical look at dating in the modern-age, and was produced by TV Mania. The fact that “modern-age” was used in a sentence here is already unnerving, but never mind. It is Monday. Let’s just take a listen!… Continue reading Mars Meets Venus


Pop Trash

We have arrived at the shortest song on Pop Trash, “Fragment”, which is an instrumental interlude lasting for a mere 49 seconds. Don’t yawn, because it may well be over by the time you’ve finished! Audio Rhonda There is no easy way to say it – Fragment is likely my least favorite of all the… Continue reading Fragment

Hallucinating Elvis

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We have arrived in the land of glitz and glamour this week, with Hallucinating Elvis on the docket for review! Hallucinating Elvis is the fourth track from Pop Trash. Credits indicate that Hallucinating Elvis, along with the rest of the album, was written by Duran Duran, and produced by TV Mania in association with SYN… Continue reading Hallucinating Elvis