Duran Duran returned to the touring circuit this winter to promote their latest release and ninth studio album, Medazzaland. The record's sound is right in keeping with the music industy's recent fascination with electronic-based music, and so, in a way, was the tour's look. "The band told me they wanted the show to look like a rave every night," says LD Alex Reardon. "They wanted everything to look spontaneous instead of scripted." Reardon made the most of the constants he had in the show, ...
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