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Brit Awards 2004
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unofficial live DVD
Venue Earls Court Two Arena, London,
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Recorded 17 February 2004
Released Unknown
Label Unknown Label
Format DVD
Length 10 tracks
Genre Pop, interview
Producer Duran Duran
Duran Duran
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Brit Awards 2004 is an unofficial Duran Duran live DVD, recorded at the 25th annual Brit Awards, Earls Court Two Arena in London, UK on 17 February 2004.

About the DVD[]

The DVD is a recording of Duran Duran's performance at Earls Court Two Arena, a 17,000 square metre floor venue located on the former Lillie Bridge sports ground in London.

The show was the 25th annual Brit Awards, an event organised by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). The evening was hosted by Birmingham's Kat Deeley.

Among the award winners were Duran Duran, who were presented with The Outstanding Contribution To Music Award by Justin Timberlake. During the presentation Timberlake said "The band were only reason he turned up at the cermony".

Accepting the prize, frontman Simon Le Bon said: "This band owes everything to this country and to the great British music scene. By presenting us with this award you have validated us. You have also honoured us with a place alongside those who first inspired us."

Justin Timberlake would later work on Duran Duran's 2007 Red Carpet Massacre album.

The DVD also features five bonus videos, including Duran Duran's performance at the Superbowl XXXVIII in 2004.

Track listing[]

  1. Intro
  2. Outstanding Contribution To Music
  3. "Hungry Like the Wolf" (Live)
  4. "Ordinary World" (Live)
  5. "The Wild Boys" (Live)

Bonus videos:

  1. "Someone Else Not Me" (Hard Rock Live 1999)
  2. "Rebel Rebel" (Hard Rock Cafe 1995)
  3. Entainment Today (Interview 2003)
  4. MTV Music Video Awards 2003
  5. "The Wild Boys" (Live at the Superbowl XXXVIII 2004)


Duran Duran are:

Brit Award Winners 2004[]

  • Duran Duran (1 Award)
  • The Darkness (3 Awards)
  • Dido (2 Awards)
  • James Bourne (2 Awards)
  • Matt Willis (2 Awards)
  • Charlie Simpson (2 Awards)
  • Justin Timberlake (2 Awards)
  • Daniel Bedingfield (1 Award)
  • Lemar Obika (1 Award)
  • Beyonce Knowles (1 Award)
  • 50 Cent (1 Award)
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