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Nottingham 2004
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unofficial live album
Venue Nottingham Arena, Nottingham,
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Recorded 11 April 2004
Released Unknown
Label Unknown Label
Format 2xCD
Length 19 tracks
Genre Pop
Producer Duran Duran
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Nottingham 2004 is an unofficial Duran Duran live album, recorded during The Reunion Tour at Nottingham Arena in Nottingham, UK on 11 April 2004.

About the album[]

The album is a recording of Duran Duran's performance at Nottingham Arena, a 10,000 capacity indoor venue located in the city center. This the fourth time the band had performed in Nottingham, the first was on 5 March 1981 at Rock City (see Collectibles for poster).

Held on Easter Sunday, Duran Duran entered to the sound of analogue synthesizer beats, all members lining up on stage in the spotlights. Simon Le Bon stood in the center, wearing a white jacket.

The band soon opened the show with a rock version of "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise", followed by their 80s hit "Hungry Like the Wolf".

After several more songs from the 1980s, Andy Taylor was playing Warren Cuccurullo's guitar chords on "Come Undone".

When "The Chauffeur" finished, the lights rose, Le Bon picked up his guitar and introduced another new song, "Beautiful Colours". The track was played whilst screens at the back of the stage projected images of flowers in all colours.

"Notorious" metamorphosised briefly into Sister Sledge's "We Are Family".

During the encore, "Girls on Film" featured Le Bon introducing each band member.

Track listing[]

CD 1[]

  1. "(Reach Up for The) Sunrise"
  2. "Hungry Like the Wolf"
  3. "Planet Earth"
  4. "Union of the Snake"
  5. "Come Undone"
  6. "A View to a Kill"
  7. "What Happens Tomorrow"
  8. "Tiger Tiger"
  9. "Is There Something I Should Know?"

CD 2[]

  1. "I Don't Want Your Love"
  2. "The Chauffeur"
  3. "Beautiful Colours"
  4. "Save A Prayer"
  5. "Notorious"
  6. "The Reflex"
  7. "Careless Memories"
  8. "The Wild Boys"
  9. "Girls on Film"
  10. "Rio"


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