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Greenville: November 9, 2006
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unofficial live album
Location Pepsi Pavilion, Greenville
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Recorded 9 December 2006
Released 2006
Label Unknown Label
Format 2xCD
Length 17 tracks
Genre Pop
Producer Duran Duran
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Greenvile: November 9, 2006 is an unofficial Duran Duran live album, recorded during The Astronaut Tour at the Pepsi Pavilion, Bi-Lo Center in Greenville, SC, USA on 9 November 2006.

About the album[]

The album is a recording of Duran Duran's performance at the Pepsi Pavilion, a 6,900 capacity venue located in downtown Greenville. This was the only show performed in the state of South Carolina on the tour.

Supported by a massive light show and video screens, Duran Duran wasted no time and picked up speed right from the start. Kicking off with "Hungry Like the Wolf", which soon had the audience singing along.

The band romped through their catalogue of hits including "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise", "The Reflex", "The Wild Boys", "Girls on Film" and "Save A Prayer".

"America stamp your feet" was the cry from Simon Le Bon, before the band launched into "The Wild Boys". After a short break, Duran Duran followed the song with an encore of "Girls on Film" and "Rio".

Track listing[]

CD 1[]

  1. "Hungry Like the Wolf"
  2. "Union of the Snake"
  3. "Serious" / "Nice"
  4. "Come Undone"
  5. "What Happens Tomorrow"
  6. "Hold Back the Rain"
  7. "Some Like It Hot" / "My Own Way"
  8. "The Reflex"
  9. "The Chauffeur"
  10. "Ordinary World"
  11. "Save A Prayer"

CD 2[]

  1. "A View to a Kill"
  2. "Notorious"
  3. "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise"
  4. "The Wild Boys"
  5. "Girls on Film"
  6. "Rio"


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