With the appearance of fashion-oriented acts like Adam Ant, Culture Club, and Duran Duran, the early '80s gave birth to an emerging genre called "new romantic." Appealing to a young, mostly female audience, the Duran gang--named after a character in the kitschy, futuristic Jane Fonda movie Barbarella--helped move U.K. music away from punk and back towards the early-'70s sound of groups like Roxy Music and T. Rex. Fronted by singer Simon LeBon, and anchored by keyboardist Nick Rhodes and guitarist John Taylor, the band made quite a splash with this 1981 debut via the British hits "Planet Earth" and "Girls on Film," whose pornlike video was banned by the BBC, thus helping the band's notoriety. --Billy Altman 1. Too Much Information 2. Ordinary World 3. Love Voodoo 4. Drowning Man 5. Shotgun 6. Come Undone (Album Version) 7. Breath After Breath 8. U.M.F. 9. Femme Fatale 10. None Of The Above 11. Shelter 12. To Whom It May Concern 13. Sin Of The City. CD in very good condition.