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Grieve,That headline would have worked had you simply:a) mentioned that 75 people or so were standing at the storefront.b) taken a photo of the fans on the sidewalkAnyway, I always preferred Arcadia and the Power Station.
@HeaveThanks for the comment.a) I think you get the idea that there is a lot of hustle-and-bustle going on. Just look at Simon's face — that is not the look of a man standing in front of an empty sidewalk. b) It was a little too dark to get a crowd shot, in my estimation.As for Arcadia and The Power Station, you are entitled to your opinions. There were a few good singles on those records. However, these groups were created to do nothing more than soak DD fans of more money. Even though I do like Robert Palmer (RIP). I find it difficult to argue against DD's entire body of work.
I was a rabid Duran Duran fan in my teens; right at the perfect moment when they were at their height. It's a shame to see Nick a little long in the tooth these days. But John still looks as handsome as ever! :-D
now if only Hall and Oates would make a visit down our way.
that's a view to a killwill they be fighting sugar ray robinson again? oh, wait, was thinking of roberto duran. always have these two confusedwas there a new moon on monday for these notorious wild boys in this ordinary world?
did they attract a crowd of squealing 40 year old womens?
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