Duran Duran is the first band that could be the first MTV superstar. Duran Duran was an example which appeared in a time when rock music was flourishing. At first, the band members’ hairstyles and leather trousers had received more attention than their music. The band was one of the fashionable at the early time of its formation. Duran Duran is a rock band that was inspired by Eurodisco of Japan and David Bowie's androgyny. When the band released its first debut in 1981, it received just an underground success. The band released “Seven & The Ragged Tiger” after a few years and the band earned huge success. It could climb up to number one on the hit list. After releasing this album, the band took a long break but the band was working for its other side projects like Arcadia and Power Station. Two members of the band Roger Taylor (drummer) and Andy Taylor (guitarist) left the band. Duran Duran released a number of albums: Big Thing(1988), Notorious (1986) and Liberty (1990), Thank You (1995), Medazzaland (1997) and other albums. Two of their great albums were Duran Duran (1981) and Rio (1982).
In 2001, Roger, Taylors and Andy, John met up in Wales and planned for some new materials. This was the time when a rumor about a five-member reunion started to flash. Duran Duran became busy recording a new album but the album took a long time to finish. In 2004, the new album “Astronaut” was released. “Red Carpet Massacre” came in 2007. And, in 2011, Duran Duran released its 13th studio album “All You Need Is Now”. Duran Duran is still seen but the original lineup is not available. New members have entered into the band. The band was a successful band which got its real inspiration and influence from the great figures and bands including Elton John, Paul Young, The Bangles and Kylie Minogue. The band won Grammy Awards, Q Awards, Golden Globe Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Ivor Novello Awards and so many other prestigious awards as well as recognitions.
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