Duran Duran, Live from London

(Coming Home Studios)

This DVD condenses two of Duran Duran's five Wembley shows last year, and the music ranges from the glorious to, well, Notorious. But the five together have an undying charisma. The pricier Deluxe Edition includes a mildly sanitised documentary about the band. The song commentaries are pleasingly preposterous; after Nick Rhodes' synth stabs on View To A Kill, John Taylor mutters "Mmm ... killer." Sadly, it's not so easy to appreciate the 3D track I Don't Want Your Love - even when you're wearing the free 3D glasses.

Steve Lowe

The GuardianTramp

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