Here is the new cover art from Mark Ronson for his upcoming LP “Record Collection”, which includes a not-so-hidden nod to Duran Duran’s 1982 “Rio”.
“I was working with Nick Rhodes, and when I heard the sound of these analogue keyboards I thought they would be an interesting texture to incorporate into my new album,” he explains in an interview with the BBC. “Working with Duran Duran is directly responsible for the sound on this album – although it doesn’t sound like Duran Duran.”
Below is his new sing “Bang Bang Bang” which features rapper Q-Tip and singer MNDR (aka Amanda Warner). Ronson’s new LP is set to be released on October 5.
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