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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 52

2024-02-05 17:26

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 52

Let's conclude the week dedicated to Subsonica with a brief overview of the Turin-based band's recent activity in recent years.

Welcome back to a new appointment and a new week of Musical Disclosure. From Italy, we're moving back to Great Britain, specifically to Birmingham, the hometown of the legendary Duran Duran.


Formed in 1978, the band consisting of Simon Le Bon, Nick and John Rhodes, Andy Taylor, and Roger Taylor, started with some demos and dozens of performances in English clubs, attracting attention thanks to their particular attention to their appearance. The self-titled album with which the band officially debuted was released in 1981 and contained the famous tracks "Planet Earth" and "Girls on Film" (the latter causing particular sensation due to its music video). The success was such that it took Duran Duran to perform outside of Great Britain. Their global success was definitively sealed with "Rio," the band's second album and one of their most appreciated. The album features unforgettable songs like "Hungry Like the Wolf" and "Rio," blending new wave with glamour. The third album, "Seven and the Ragged Tiger" (1983), very well demonstrates the group's artistic growth and includes hits like "The Reflex" and "Union of the Snake." In 1984, they conquered the United States with "Arena," a concert film recorded during the world tour and accompanied by the documentary film "Sing Blue Silver." Already in the following year, despite the success, the band took a break, and the band members pursued new musical projects. It seemed like a short break because already in 1986, the band released "Notorious," in which the absences of Roger and Andy Taylor were noted. The decade concluded with "Big Thing" (1988), an experimental work with hip-hop and dance influences.


Today, we propose listening to "Planet Earth"!

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