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Duran Duran celebrates its history and its present

By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / October 31, 2011

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There are bands that launched in the ‘80s and then there are ‘80s bands. To diehard fans Duran Duran is the former, a group they love to whose twists and turns over the past 30 years they’ve paid close attention. To more casual acolytes the British synth popsters are the latter, a nostalgic keepsake to be unearthed on occasion as a means of reliving bad, bi-level haircuts and worse acid wash jeans with friends.

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DURAN DURAN

With Neon Trees

At: Citi Wang Theatre, Friday night