As the Lights Go Down

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As the Lights Go Down
AsTheLightsGoDown.jpg
March 2010 MP3 + DVD release
Video by Duran Duran
Released MP3 + DVD - March 2010
Recorded 1984
Genre Dance, new wave
Director Russell Mulcahy

Duran Duran's Oakland, California concerts that were filmed for the Arena (An Absurd Notion) movie were also edited to form the one-hour As The Lights Go Down concert video. The name comes from a lyric in the song "Shadows On Your Side" from the Seven and the Ragged Tiger album.

As The Lights Go Down is essentially the Arena video without the theatrical sequences, although the live footage for many songs was edited differently. This version was first aired on the Cinemax cable television channel, and later on MTV and other music channels. The concert was also shown on British television channel ITV, on 30 December 1984 at 17:00. At least two versions exist.

Bootleg DVDs of the video frequently appear on auction sites. As of 2015, the only official DVD release has been as a bonus disc in the March 2010 special edition re-issue of the Seven and the Ragged Tiger album, which uses the North American track listing.[1]

Rock Band 2 featured the live version of "Hungry Like the Wolf" as included in this video and the 'Arena' album/video.

Track listing[edit]

North American version[edit]

  1. Intro: Tiger Tiger
  2. Is There Something I Should Know?
  3. Hungry Like the Wolf
  4. Union of the Snake
  5. New Religion
  6. Save a Prayer
  7. Rio
  8. The Seventh Stranger
  9. The Chauffeur
  10. Planet Earth
  11. Careless Memories
  12. Girls On Film

European version[edit]

  1. Intro: Tiger Tiger
  2. Is There Something I Should Know?
  3. Hungry Like the Wolf
  4. Union of the Snake
  5. New Religion
  6. Save a Prayer
  7. The Reflex [standard promotional 'live' video]
  8. The Seventh Stranger
  9. The Chauffeur
  10. Planet Earth
  11. Careless Memories
  12. Girls On Film

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Duran Duran: Seven & The Ragged Tiger – Special Editions". duranduran.com. 8 December 2009. Archived from the original on 9 January 2010. Retrieved 27 December 2009.