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Belgrade: 17 October 2006
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unofficial live album
Venue Hela 1, Beogradski Sajam, Belgrade, Serbia Serbia flag large
Recorded 17 October 2006
Released 2006
Label Unknown Label
Format 2xCD
Length 20 tracks
Genre Pop
Producer Duran Duran
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Belgrade: 17 October 2006 is an unofficial Duran Duran live album, recorded during The Astronaut Tour at Hela 1, Beogradski Sajam in Belgrade, Serbia on 17 October 2006.

About the album[]

The album is a recording of Duran Duran's performance at the Hela 1, Beogradski Sajam, a 10,000 capacity venue located in the municipality of Savski Venac, on the bank of the Sava river. This was Duran Duran's first ever show in Serbia.

The evening began with opening act Laki Penguins, a local synthpop band that formed in 1979.

Duran Duran took to the stage for their first ever show in Serbia and opened with "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise", the first single released by the original band members since "A View to a Kill". This was the last time "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise" featured as the opening song on the tour.

More hits followed, including a cover version of The Power Station's "Some Like It Hot". "Ordinary World" featured Dominic Brown performing the shimmering guitar chords, written and recorded by Warren Cuccurullo.

The band closed the show with an encore of "Girls on Film" and "Rio".

Track listing[]

CD 1[]

  1. "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise"
  2. "Hungry Like the Wolf"
  3. "Planet Earth"
  4. "Serious" / "Nice"
  5. "Union of the Snake"
  6. "Come Undone"
  7. "What Happens Tomorrow"
  8. "Hold Back the Rain"
  9. "Some Like It Hot" / "My Own Way"
  10. "The Reflex"
  11. "The Chauffeur"

CD 2[]

  1. "Ordinary World"
  2. "Save A Prayer"
  3. "A View to a Kill"
  4. "Notorious"
  5. "Electric Barbarella"
  6. "Careless Memories"
  7. "The Wild Boys"
  8. "Girls on Film"
  9. "Rio"


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