Duran Duran (The Wedding Album)

Duran Duran (The Wedding Album)

by Duran Duran


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Duran Duran (The Wedding Album)

Duran Duran came back out of nowhere in early 1993 with a new album and a huge hit, "Ordinary World." The group sounds more relaxed and mature than it did during their glory days, but not all that much has changed; instead of personifying the days of early-'80s synthesized dance-pop, the music is smooth dance pop for the '90s. Taken on its own terms, Duran Duran (The Wedding Album) works every bit as well as Duran Duran, Rio, or Seven and the Ragged Tiger. "Ordinary World" and "Come Undone" are wonderful pop singles that sit between some passable album tracks and the occasional embarrassment, namely the wretched cover of the Velvet Underground's "Femme Fatale." In other words, {|Duran Duran">Duran Duran">{|Duran Duran are back and as good as they ever were.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/23/1993
Label: Parlophone (Wea)
UPC: 0077779887620
catalogNumber: 988766
Rank: 6498

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Duran Duran   Primary Artist
Bosco   Percussion
Vinnie Colaiuta   Percussion,Drums
Warren Cuccurullo   Guitar
Steve Ferrone   Percussion,Drums
Lamya   Background Vocals
Tessa Niles   Background Vocals
Karen Hendrix   Background Vocals,Sampling
Lamva   Background Vocals
Jack Merigg   Background Vocals,Sampling

Technical Credits

Duran Duran   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Art Direction
Lou Reed   Composer
Nick Egan   Art Direction
Simon LeBon   Contributor
Tony Taverner   Engineer
John Jones   Producer

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Duran Duran (The Wedding Album) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
DD's reinvention in '93 after their late 80's trough is a welcome one. For once they managed to create an album which fans and critics took to. The opener Too Much Information focuses on the very medium which made them stars in the previous decade, tv and video. The singles are faultless and Breath After Breath is their most beautiful song since 1982's Save A Prayer. Love Voodoo and the hard-funky Sin Of The City are other main highlights. They deserved to go on to better things but then brought out a appalling covers album. Silly DD. With this album we finally get to hear a truly consistent melodic even daneable set from a ban which before and since have come up short. Check it out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago