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Duran Duran

Planet Earth (3:55)


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  • never grows old
  • giorgio moroder
  • still great after all these years.
  • Classic!
  • Simon ♥
  • 80s commercial alternative band to Japan.
  • Duran Duran had amazing bass lines.
  • Gets my vote!
  • amazing dance!
  • Simon's my crush
  • Went to London's O2 Arena in Dec.2011 to see them.... they were fantastic!
  • Shatner's cover is the best....
  • drunk song
  • wir sind auf der Erde nur zu Gast...
  • still the best early song by durannies.
  • Holy fuck gallop bass
  • DD was my first ever concert - the Seven and the Ragged Tiger tour. I was 12. OMG IM OLD NOW
  • The double D are coming to Toronto in a month and playing a small 1000 seat venue for their album release party. Tickets will be tough to snag for that one.
  • beautiful song
  • This is their best song right here,very very retro!!!!
  • One of the best songs on Planet Earth
  • Happy 30th anniversary! This single was released Feb 2 1981!
  • certainly the faint's best song
  • It sound post-punk-ish at some point, great song anyway.
  • great song...
  • Fantastic song!!!
  • +_+ What Planet?
  • Sometimes I wish I was alive during the 80s!
  • You can so hear the Chic influence in the bass line here. It's worse in "Girls on Film"
  • oh hell yes
  • I,m 14 again isn,t it great how music can take you back in time
  • Duran Duran makes me feel like a teenager forever. I still get excited and scream when I hear them. I love you, Simon. I think I married my husband because he has eyes like Simon. ; )
  • such clean-cut young men...;)
  • i went and saw them on the wedding album, they were awesome. we smuggled smuggled in booze and sat on a twister map... ahh they good 'ol mid 20's.
  • einfach klasse
  • and this is why me and mom like the same artists most off the time. we have good taste.^_^
  • It is funny though, when you consider the debut singles of the gold selling mid eighties bands that came out of the New Romantic movement, Duran, Spandau and Culture Club. This is basically a Disco track, Do You Really want to Hurt Me, was Reggae inspired, and ok Chant No.1 wasn't Spandau's first, but it was Funky. Nothing to suggest that the New Romantics were a movement with the same musical leanings. I suppose that doesn't matter anyway?
  • My boys...<3
  • I was 11 when i saw this video and it made me shake my asss then... still does 25 years later!
  • "Like some new romantic looking for the TV sound." Only Simon could sing this and get away with it!
  • HEEEEYYYYYYYYYY ... (80's nice decade)
  • Ladies of the eighties hollar.
  • Duran Duran.....Can You hear me now!!!!
  • excellent debut which still sounds great to me!
  • reminds me of the school disco
  • GREAT POSERS! More snobby than DM, less snobby than Spandau Ballet!
  • THIS is planet earth... ... babababababa :-)
  • The Business =D
  • Few band can claim as magnificent a debut as this one :D
  • bought this on a 45 in 1981,great song takes me back.


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