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Red Carpet Massacre is the twelfth studio album by English pop rock band Duran Duran. It was released on 19 November 2007 in Europe, and on 13 November in the United States.

Most of the music on the current incarnation of the album was completed in late 2006 after the departure of band member Andy Taylor, when music producer Timbaland began working with the band.

For the week of 19 November, Red Carpet Massacre debuted at #36 on the U… read more



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  • For me, their best 00s album.
  • Red Carpet Massacre is starting to grow on me. I only downloaded it for the track Nite Runner, but I seem to like Falling Down, Box Full O' Honey, Skin Divers and Tempted too at 2nd listen. They all grew on me. So many catchy songs on one album. That's Timbaland's magic. Some tracks on Red Carpet Massacre are such fillers, too. It's like a pain in the arse to listen to them. Last 4 tracks :/
  • Cool album,DuranDuran!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • after all those years Red Carpet Massacre is definitely the most misunderstood album of DD and also one of their definitely best ones. It was so brave and experimental and also it was build on the bases and motives that are so typical for Durans and new romantics. And despite that fact it is so hated... I do not understand.
  • I kind of hate to say this but, really, Nite-Runner is the only song on here that I like. And I like Duran Duran but just... not this album, really, a whole lot. It almost sounds like they are stuck in the 80's, except for Nite-Runner, that is.
  • I might be the only one but I like this album a lot more than most if not all of their prior records. So many good tracks.
  • Love this album, did not like Astronaut, and since I heard they're going back to the Astronaut sound, I'm glad I still can say that "I enjoy the latest Duran album". I'm enjoying it as long as it lasts.
  • I´ve been walking through the valley... It´s great!
  • I find this album strangely addictive though it has nothing to do with anything they have done before really in some ways, and maybe that's why Duran Duran have always been exciting and relevant.
  • The best to me,love it:D

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