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Duran Duran - Red Carpet Massacre flac mp3
Duran Duran
Red Carpet Massacre
Dance-Rock,Synth Pop,Contemporary Pop/Rock
Date of release:
November 13, 2007
FLAC vers. size:
1209 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1198 mb
WMA vers. size:
1897 mb
Other formats
4.5 ★

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Слушайте Red Carpet Massacre от Duran Duran на Deezer. Благодаря потоковой трансляции музыки на Deezer вы можете слушать более 53 млн треков, создавать свои плейлисты и делиться любимыми песнями с друзьями. Композиторы: Simon LeBon - Nate Hills - Nick Rhodes - John Taylor - Andy Taylor - Roger Taylor. 02. Red Carpet Massacre (Album Version). 03. Nite-Runner (Album Version). Композиторы: Simon LeBon - Nate Hills - Nick Rhodes - John Taylor - Andy Taylor - Roger Taylor - Justin Timberlake - Timothy Mosley. 04. Falling Down (Album Version).

Duran Duran’s RED CARPET MASSACRE marks an all time creative high in the band’s illustrious 29-year career. Like all good things, it came to those who waited. By May 2006, after a two-year tour in support of their previous album ASTRONAUT, Duran Duran had completed 14 songs for a record provisionally titled ‘Reportage. But according to singer Simon LeBon When we sat down and listened to what we had done on our own, we didn’t feel we had a lead track, so we got in touch with Timbaland, who was the only producer out there that we knew we all liked.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Valley Duran Duran / Simon LeBon Duran Duran 4:57
2 Red Carpet Massacre Duran Duran / Simon LeBon Duran Duran 3:16
3 Nite-Runner Duran Duran / Simon LeBon / Timothy Mosley / Justin Timberlake Duran Duran 3:58
4 Falling Down Duran Duran / Simon LeBon / Justin Timberlake Duran Duran 5:41
5 Box Full o' Honey Duran Duran / Simon LeBon Duran Duran 3:10
6 Skin Divers Duran Duran / Simon LeBon / Timothy Mosley Duran Duran 4:23
7 Tempted Duran Duran / Simon LeBon Duran Duran 4:24
8 Tricked Out Duran Duran / Simon LeBon Duran Duran 2:46
9 Zoom In Duran Duran / Simon LeBon / Timothy Mosley Duran Duran 3:27
10 She's Too Much Duran Duran / Simon LeBon Duran Duran 5:14
11 Dirty Great Monster Duran Duran / Simon LeBon Duran Duran 3:36
12 Last Man Standing Duran Duran / Simon LeBon Duran Duran 4:00


Adams, Paul Anthony - Executive Producer
Marcella Araica - Audio Engineer, Programming
Graham Archer - Assistant
Irena Artemova - Artwork
Jim Beanz - Audio Production, Vocal Producer, Vocals
Natasha Belova - Artwork
Dom Brown - Guitar, Guitars
Kristine Burns - Photography
Jimmy Douglass - Audio Engineer, Audio Production, Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Duran Duran - Audio Production, Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Matthew Hager - Audio Engineer, Engineer
Nate Hills - Audio Production
Jean-Marie Horvat - Audio Engineer, Engineer, Mixing
Jammeel Davis Jones - Assistant
Wendy Laister - Executive Producer
Alain Laub - Assistant Photographer
Matt Lawrence - Audio Engineer, Engineer
Simon LeBon - Composer, Group Member
Karen Leite - Assistant
Vlado Meller - Mastering
Colin Miller - Mixing
Darren Moore - Assistant
Timothy Mosley - Composer
Camilla Olsson - Producer, Stylist
Rohan Onraet - Assistant
Patty Palazzo - Artwork, Design
Steven Prevot - Production Assistant
Nick Rhodes - Group Member, Photography
Mark Santangelo - Assistant
Anna Stupak - Cover Art
Masha Stupak - Artwork
John Taylor - Art Direction, Group Member
Roger Taylor - Group Member
Timbaland - Audio Production, Vocals
Justin Timberlake - Audio Production, Composer, Producer, Vocals
Neil Tucker - Assistant
Terri Walker - Vocals
Simon Willescroft - Saxophone
Ethan Willoughby - Audio Engineer, Engineer
  • WinDImmortaL
First things first.Thisrecord contains one of Simoñ's most beautiful ballads in a career full of stunning ballad's:Box fulĺ of Honey.Secondly, in "Skin Divers" and "Niterunner" Duran strike a career-high balance between being groovy and danceable without turning into the Gap Band or the O'Jays or trying to be relevant to trends and end sounding dorky or forced.A slightly more propulsive and organic "The Valley" would be an instant career fan favourite by virtue of its strong melody.The title song is rather indifferent with the annoying tendency SImon occasionally exhibits of late to try to sound like a world-weary Californian..All of the other songs are not half as bad as many hold them to be and definitely better than almost half off the Astronaut slapshod effort.Why did Andy leave, I wonder ,when he willingly recorded Bedroon Toys,Taste The Summer ,Astronaut, Nice or One of those days?Do the RCM songs,although admittedly produced by the wrong people,sound less Duŕanesque than the above?
  • Thorgaginn
After Astronaut we're yet again back to DD trying to re-invent themselves. In my book this is a perfect example of why Andy let the group once again.There were nothing for him to do - not more shredding guitars to roughen up the pop-melodies...Working with Timberlake and Timbaland makes the album sterile with way too many computers taking over from instruments.As an example: Why on earth use drum machines taking the DD-soul out of production.I simply don't get it - the songs are there behind the sterile productionTo realize what this could have been listen to Dirty Great Monster stuffed away at the end - here the boys for once get's to PLAY.
  • Nilasida
Andy Taylor left the band round the time of this album being done. He didn't like the direction they were going in. He was right about this one. Truly the worst album or material I've heard from them. Mind you, I'm one of those True Blue Duranies that grew up with them plastered to my walls...and remained a mature fan who appreciates them for the music now. I get the feeling they're trying to adapt to that genre of music that was too immature for they're standards. In this case, desperate for attention was the goal.