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Duran Duran Wow Now In Melbourne

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Duran Duran Wow Now In Melbourne

by Paul Cashmere

Duran Duran are finally here for their long-awaited Australian tour to support their 2010 release “All You Need Is Now” and by all accounts the band is still winning over their long-time fans in a big way.

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