|Here Today Gone Tomorrow|
Here Today Gone Tomorrow is an unofficial compilation album, featuring a collection of Duran Duran recordings from the 1980s and 90s.
About the album Edit
The first five tracks on the album are Medazzaland alternates, which includes a more romantic version of "Who Do You Think You Are?" that was released on the album. "Butt Naked" is an early demo of "Be My Icon", sung by John Taylor before he left Duran Duran in January 1997.
The live outtakes are from The Greatest and Latest Tour. These include a cover version of Roxy Music's "Virginia Plain", used as the intro to "Rio" on the tour. The technical problems in Manchester 98 is a recording of problems at the beginning of "Come Undone", so Warren Cuccurullo and Simon Le Bon perform "Crystal Ship", but Simon misses the second verse and the band restart "Come Undone".
Track listing Edit
- "Midnight Sun" (Alternate Mix)
- "Butt Naked" (John Taylor on vocals)
- "Who Do You Think You Are?" (Alternate Mix)
- "So Long Suicide" (Alternate Mix)
- "Medazzaland" (Alternate Mix)
- "Virginia Plain" (Live in Cardiff 98)
- Technical Problems (Live Manchester 98)
- Warren Cuccurullo's birthday" (Cardiff 98)
Notorious Demos and Extras:
- "The LSD Edit"
- "Take it to Me" (Demo)
- "Anything for You" (Demo)
- "A Matter Of Feeling" (Rock Demo)
- "Meet El Presidente" (Demo)
- "Vertigo" (Demo)
- "A View To A Kill" (Demo)
- Simon Le Bon reads "Skin Trade"
- Nick Rhodes reads "Winter Marches On"
- John Taylor talks about fan lyrics
- Unreleased Instrumental
- "Pretty Queen" (SYN Productions Subaru Commercial)
- Pre Show Music