Maybe Duran Duran and Rio spoiled me, but when it came to Seven & the Ragged Tiger, I never found a groove listening to the cassette. I would skip around to songs I liked and I would sometimes lose interest between “Monday” and “Snake”. As someone who listens to albums and not singles, the sequencing… Continue reading What’s The Sequencing, Kenneth?
Tag: The Reflex
This week in DD history: May 30-June 5, 2021
If you were at my house this week, you’d hear a mixture of sighs of relief tumbling with anxious worry of report cards to come. It’s the final week of school, and I’ll be honest – it hasn’t been optimal. We need this summer break. *I* need this summer break, and we are all hoping… Continue reading This week in DD history: May 30-June 5, 2021
The Week in DD History: May 16-22 2021
It’s a day late, but it’s still here and this week in present day is going to be INSANE. Let’s get on with the week in DD history! May 16 Top of the Pops aired performance of A View to a Kill (1985) Played at Brighton Centre (1987) May 17 Top of the Pops aired… Continue reading The Week in DD History: May 16-22 2021
The Week in DD History – March 7-13, 2021
Well, people of the world….we’ve made it to March. I am pretty sure that I’m not the only one spying the ending date of this week knowing that at least for us here in California, it will mark a year since we entered lockdown. I can’t say I am celebrating. It is one hell of… Continue reading The Week in DD History – March 7-13, 2021
Let’s pretend you are a record producer..
The world is YOUR oyster, at least for today. If you could re-record any of the following Duran Duran songs, which would you choose? Bonus points for commenting with what you chose and why!
The Reflex Redux
If you missed the excitement on Twitter, Rhonda and I squared off on the D-Side podcast’s Duran Durunk Debate! You can tune in here and VOTE for who made the best drunken arguments about Duran Duran music. Voting ends today so jump right in and see why I am not a massive fan of “The… Continue reading The Reflex Redux