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Resta with sound snippets from TV dropped in (as in Duran's "Hothead"), or guest vocalists, including themselves. A few songs have appeared on Cuccurullo's website and in the 2004 movie Trollywood, directed by Madeleine Farley, who had been dating Rhodes for several years.
The music was very experimental, consisting in large part of found sound recorded from radio and television, in the style of musique concrète.
They talked in interviews sometimes saying they were going to be worked into a Broadway show, sometimes saying they were going to be a trilogy of albums with the first one to be called Bored with Prozac and The Internet?
, sometimes saying there were two different projects.
The Soviet Union will dissolve, the Berlin Wall will come down, and people will start using these things called "ringtones" that make their pants randomly sing "Eye of the Tiger." America will elect a black president who spent his college days listening to the B-52s. " and pondered its existential vision of romantic love.
I studied their fashion, learned their wives' names, bought their solo albums. But even more, I've been obsessed with how girls talk about them.
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Unfortunately, I ended up looking kind of like Andy Taylor's bag-lady auntie. My female rocker friends call this "boy-list language."Learning to speak girl languages is a tricky business.Rhodes once described it as a “social junk culture triptych opera” with a loose storyline, and said he'd love to see it developed into a stage show.Production of the Duran Duran albums Medazzaland and Pop Trash by Cuccurullo and Rhodes was also credited to "TV Mania".As Tone Loc said, "This is the '80s, and I'm down with the ladies." The ladies were not necessarily down with Tone Loc — but they're down with the '80s, and it's feminine passion that sustains the whole mythology of '80s teen dreams.
And of all the absurd and perverted artifacts from that time, nothing keeps them feeling fascination like Duran Duran.In 2013, the album Bored with Prozac and The Internet? Some of the unused TV Mania material was reworked to become Duran music for Medazzaland and Pop Trash albums, and during The Ultra Chrome, Latex and Steel Tour in 1997, "Mirror Mirror" was used as the pre-show song for most of the shows as the lights dimmed and the band prepared to go onstage.