compiled by Ansgar Thomann
with special thanks to Tom McClintock, Brian Tobin, Igor Pryazhin and Lars-Erik Halvorsen

 
Duran Duran was founded in 1978 by Nick Rhodes and John Taylor. After several line-ups and two demos, which they recorded in Bob Lamb's home studio, the classic line-up stood in May of 1980. On July 29th, they entered AIR studios in London and recorded early versions of 'Girls On Film' and 'Tel Aviv'. Later on, Duran Duran planned to independently release 'Planet Earth' and 'Is There Anyone Out There?' on the Tritec Music label. But this project was cancelled as the band was signed by Dave Ambrose from EMI in early December during their support tour with Hazel O'Connor. On December 8th, the band went to EMI's Manchester Square studios and demoed 4 tracks ('Anyone Out There', 'Planet Earth', 'Friends Of Mine' and 'Late Bar'), and shortly afterwards they eventually started to record their self-titled debut with producer Colin Thurston at Red Bus, Utopia and Chipping Norton studios in England.

 UK LP
 US LP
 US LP (Reissue)
 Worldwide CD
 UK CD (Reissue)
 Remastered CD
 Special Edition
 The Songs And Their Versions

For some reason there are numerous differences referring to the timing of the tracks, depending on which issue of the album you own. Most of these minor distinctions are simply due to mislabeling, others are due to the way the songs fade out. Only 'Planet Earth' and 'Friends Of Mine' are worth to point out.

 

 UK LP

 

The initial UK vinyl LP (EMC 3372/0C 062-64 382) was released by EMI in June of 1981. The first issue had silver embossed frames, later pressings were issued with grey frames, just to get replaced with golden frames on a reissue by the UK company Fame (FA 3185/41 3185 1). The original vinyl LP released in England encompassed nine tracks:

Side A
3:27 Girls On Film
3:59 Planet Earth
3:59 Anyone Out There
3:47 To The Shore
3:51 Careless Memories

Side B
5:21 Night Boat
4:04 Sound Of Thunder
5:39 Friends Of Mine
5:15 Tel Aviv

Fun stuff to note: the early pressings of the UK vinyl LP have a 'message' etched into the run-out groove area that says: 'MICHAEL I'M ABOUT TO EXPLODE'. This was something Paul Berrow used to say to his brother Michael (the Berrows have been the band's managers back then). Also 'DURANIES ROCK-ON', another 'message' from the band, is to be found in the groove of the 'PLANET EARTH' UK 12" single.





 

 US LP

 

The initial North American version (ST-12158) was released on both Harvest and Capitol. It has 'To The Shore' removed from the track listing, and has 'Planet Earth' in its Night Version as the opener instead of 'Girls On Film'. This is making the vinyl LP, released in North America, encompassing only eight tracks:

Side A
6:20 Planet Earth [actually 6:16 Night Version]
3:30 Girls On Film
4:02 Is There Anyone Out There
3:53 Careless Memories

Side B
5:25 (Waiting For The) Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:42 Friends Of Mine
5:16 Tel Aviv




 

 US LP (Reissue)

 

After the success of the remixed and remastered North American 'RIO' LP, the first album was re-released in the US on the Capitol label in April of 1983. This reissue came with the same catalogue number (ST-12158), but with a different sleeve, and includes the (then) current single 'Is There Something I Should Know?', which was a stand-alone single released in the UK in March of 1983. 'Girls On Film' is now track one on Side A and 'Planet Earth' shows up in its standard Album Version, but 'To The Shore' does still not appear.

Side A
3:30 Girls On Film
3:59 Planet Earth
4:02 Is There Anyone Out There
3:53 Careless Memories
4:07 Is There Something I Should Know?

Side B
5:25 (Waiting For The) Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:42 Friends Of Mine
5:16 Tel Aviv

In Japan, Toshiba/EMI chose a different track listing for this re-release on LP (EMS-91062). 'Is There Something I Should Know?' was added as the opener and 'To The Shore' can be found in its original position.

Side A
4:07 Is There Something I Should Know?
3:30 Girls On Film
4:00 Planet Earth
4:02 Anyone Out There
3:49 To The Shore
3:54 Careless Memories

Side B
5:24 Waiting For The Night Boat
4:05 Sound Of Thunder
5:39 Friends Of Mine
5:16 Tel Aviv

 

 Worldwide CD

 

When the compact disc was introduced, both EMI and Capitol had no CD pressing plant of their own. In the UK, EMI opened its first CD manufacturing plant in Swindon in May of 1986. I guess that their first 'DURAN DURAN' CD pressings were possibly made in 1987. Also in 1987, Capitol began producing CDs for the US market at their own plant in Jacksonville, Illinois. But Duran Duran's self-titled debut album was already released on CD (CDP 7 46042 2) in 1984. These very first issues were manufactured in Japan by CBS/Sony for EMI (not Capitol), and released in the UK and in the US, while the one for the US market came initially in a clear plastic 'blister pack'. Toshiba/EMI began manufacturing their own CDs in Japan, which can be identified by a 'TO' in the matrix of the disc, not before 1986. In North America these Japanese EMI discs (made by Toshiba/EMI) can be found in the 'long box' issues from 1986, while the Capitol booklets and boxes were printed in the USA. Oddly, all those CDs made in Japan have track 2 misspelled as 'PLANT EARTH' on the disc. Later being corrected on pressings made in the UK.

Capitol also used the Sony DADC plant in Terre Haute, Indiana for additional pressings in the United States. These DADC pressings, which came initially also in a clear plastic 'blister pack', can be identified by finding an imprint in the plastic hub around the center hole of the CD that says '® Made in USA Digital Audio Disc Corp.', and by the 'DIDX 246' number as part of the matrix information on the disc. 'DIDX', which stands for Digital IDentification eXternal, is a Sony identification code that was used to track the manufacturing of compact discs by Sony for other record companies. A 'DIDX' code alone, printed in the booklet or/and on the disc label, doesn't necessarily mean that it actually is a DADC pressing. This code was simply not removed by Capitol for later runs of the US CD release.

All these releases used the original sleeve from 1981, but with a larger Duran Duran logo, and the track listing from the US LP reissue from 1983 (i.e., without 'To The Shore', and including 'Is There Something I Should Know?').

3:31 Girls On Film
3:59 Planet Earth
4:01 Anyone Out There
3:53 Careless Memories
4:09 Is There Something I Should Know?
5:25 Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:40 Friends Of Mine
5:16 Tel Aviv

The Japanese 'Black Triangle' compact disc release (CP32-5020/CDP-7460422) was also manufactured by CBS/Sony, and issued by Toshiba/EMI in March of 1985. It utilized both the tracks and the cover from the 1983 US reissue LP.

3:30 Girls On Film
3:59 Planet Earth
4:02 Anyone Out There
3:54 Careless Memories
4:10 Is There Something I Should Know?
5:25 (Waiting For The) Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:40 Friends Of Mine
5:17 Tel Aviv

A mispressed West German release (matrix: SONOPRESS C-7101/CDP7460422 A) was issued in late 1989, probably 1990 by EMI. The CDs have a silver label with red and black lettering instead of silver with only black lettering, and again track 2 is misspelled as 'PLANT EARTH'. Actually the CD plays the original track listing from the 1981 UK vinyl version of the album, but was labeled identically as previous CD releases (i.e., with the track listing from the 1983 US LP reissue version).

3:31 Girls On Film
3:59 Planet Earth
4:01 Anyone Out There
3:53 Careless Memories [actually 3:49 To The Shore]
4:09 Is There Something I Should Know? [actually 3:53 Careless Memories]
5:25 Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:40 Friends Of Mine
5:16 Tel Aviv












 

 UK CD (Reissue)

 

The CD was eventually reissued in the UK (CD PRG 1003) in 1993, but as a Dutch (0777 7 89956 2 3) Parlophone import. 'To The Shore' was now added out of sequence at the end of the disc. You can easily spot that EMI used a different font for this addition, and that there are no lyrics for 'To The Shore' in the inner booklet. Whilst 'Is There Something I Should Know?' was mastered way too loud (in comparison to the other tracks) on previous releases of the CD, the volume was adjusted now on this reissue (i.e., all tracks are between 2.3 and 3.8dB louder, whereas 'Is There Something I Should Know?' is 1.7dB quieter in relation to the very first Japan manufactured CDs). All in all, EMI did not apply a lot of effort in this issue.

3:31 Girls On Film
3:59 Planet Earth [actually 3:55]
4:01 Anyone Out There
3:53 Careless Memories
4:09 Is There Something I Should Know?
5:25 Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:40 Friends Of Mine [actually 5:36]
5:16 Tel Aviv
3:48 To The Shore

 

 Remastered CD

 

In 2003, EMI began a reissue process of remastered Duran Duran albums. The album was remastered by Nick Webb, who cut the original 7"s, 12"s and first 3 LPs at Abbey Road. The remastered version was available as a limited edition in a LP shaped, gatefold cardboard minisleeve (7243 5 84380 2 4) and as a standard edition in a jewel case (7243 5 84809 2 4). EMI again used the silver frames for this release and a smaller (proper) Duran Duran logo. They made the gatefold cover look like a mini copy of the original UK LP. This remastered CD finally restores the original track listing, removed 'Is There Something I Should Know?' and brings back 'To The Shore' in its original position. The songs appear all in their 'original' full length. In fact, some of the songs are noticeably longer as compared to prior CD productions.

3:30 Girls On Film
4:01 Planet Earth
4:01 Anyone Out There
3:49 To The Shore
3:52 Careless Memories
5:25 Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:44 Friends Of Mine
5:16 Tel Aviv

 

 Special Edition

 

In March of 2010, EMI released 'DURAN DURAN' as a Special Edition. Available as a 2 CD edition (EMCS 3372) presented in a 6-panel digipak picture sleeve complete with an 8-page picture booklet, which comprises the original UK album alongside the B-sides of the singles, plus a second CD including previously unreleased demo recordings, Radio 1 sessions and alternate mixes, all digitally remastered from the original recordings. This remaster is also availabe on a double vinyl LP (EMCD 3372) and as a 2 CD/1 DVD limited Special Edition (EMCX 3372), which is packed in a deluxe, lift-off-lid box with a folded poster from the original Japanese LP release, plus five postcards. Additionally for this limited issue, EMI included a DVD containing music videos, TV appearances and a behind the scenes featurette.

The 2 CD edition includes:

Disc 1
3:31 Girls On Film
4:01 Planet Earth
4:02 Anyone Out There
3:50 To The Shore
3:54 Careless Memories
5:25 Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:44 Friends Of Mine
5:16 Tel Aviv
2:56 Late Bar
3:28 Khanada
3:18 Fame
4:29 Faster Than Light

Disc 2
3:57 Girls On Film (AIR Studio Version)
6:02 Tel Aviv (AIR Studio Version)
4:09 Anyone Out There (Manchester Square Demo)
5:00 Planet Earth (Manchester Square Demo)
5:52 Friends Of Mine (Manchester Square Demo)
3:02 Late Bar (Manchester Square Demo)
5:12 Night Boat (BBC Radio 1 Peter Powell Session)
3:38 Girls On Film (BBC Radio 1 Peter Powell Session)
3:54 Anyone Out There (BBC Radio 1 Peter Powell Session)
4:52 Like An Angel (BBC Radio 1 Peter Powell Session)
6:20 Planet Earth (Night Version)
5:43 Girls On Film (Extended Night Version) [Alternate Night Version]
6:15 Planet Earth (Night Mix) [actually 6:58]
5:41 Girls On Film (Night Mix)

The vinyl edition comes with:

Side A
3:31 Girls On Film
4:01 Planet Earth
4:02 Anyone Out There
3:50 To The Shore
3:54 Careless Memories

Side B
5:25 Night Boat
4:06 Sound Of Thunder
5:44 Friends Of Mine
5:16 Tel Aviv

Side C
6:20 Planet Earth (Night Version)
5:43 Girls On Film (Extended Night Version) [Alternate Night Version]

Side D
6:58 Planet Earth (Night Mix)
5:41 Girls On Film (Night Mix)

 

 The Songs And Their Versions

 

3:30 Girls On Film [Album Version]
The standard version, which was used for the album and for the single release. In July of 2010, EMI acknowledged that there is a glitch due to tape deterioration in the camera clicks at the very start of 'Girls On Film'. You can hear this error on both the CD and LP of the 2010 Special Edition. Whilst this glitch is not ideal, as it is in the camera clicks and not within the main body of the music, there were no plans to replace any discs. But at least EMI decided to fix this camera click error on additional pressings of this remaster. Oddly, the US LP from 1981 has two little 'pitch drop' glitches right before and after Roger's drum solo. In 1983, with the re-release of 'DURAN DURAN' in the USA, the glitch before the drums was corrected, but the little error right after the solo can still be heard.

5:28 Girls On Film (Night Version)
This is the 12" version, which appears on the 12" single (12 EMI 5206), the US issue of 'CARNIVAL' (DLP-15006), the Japanese 12" EP 'NITE ROMANTICS' (EMS-41005) and later on several CD compilations.

6:14 Girls On Film (Night Version) [Video Night Version]
This mix was made for the long and uncensored video. It has a longer intro and is running a bit slower with an approximate 132 BPM, whereas the standard Night Version runs at an approximate 135 BPM. It has also been extended by repeating the 'shooting a star' section at the end of the track. Lol Creme admitted in an interview for the documentary 'SEARCHING FOR ROGER TAYLOR' that they extended the song to fit the video, and never asked permission from EMI or the band to do so - they just did it.

5:43 Girls On Film (Night Version) [Alternate Night Version]
This alternate mix has a 5 second longer intro, which features the camera sound in the first few bars. It's also running with an approximate 132 BPM and appears on the Australian 12" EP 'NIGHT VERSIONS' (ED 45), the Dutch 12" EP 'CARNIVAL' (1A 062Z-64 942), the German 12" EP 'DMM MEGA MIXES' (1C K 062-165 205 6), later in 1985 on the limited Greek 12" single (062-20 0717 6) and in 2010 on the Special Edition of the album.

5:38 Girls On Film (Instrumental)
This is an extended and remixed instrumental version - not just the Night Version without the vocals. It has a longer intro (5 sec.) and fades until the very end of the song (another 5 sec.). This version appears on the limited Greek 12" single from 1985 and was bootlegged by Big Beat Records in 1998 on 'NIGHT VERSION COMPANION' (PRCD 19) - the only place it appears on CD.

3:57 Girls On Film (AIR Studio Version)
Before Duran Duran signed their record deal with EMI, the band recorded 'Girls On Film' at the 24 track AIR studios in London, but not in the form it would later appear on the 'DURAN DURAN' album. Although discussed in print, this version has not been released until 2010.

There exist 2 more demo versions of 'Girls On Film'. The first was recorded in 1979 at the 8 track home studio of Bob Lamb (and was released in 2004 by original Duran Duran member Andy Wickett). Andy Wickett got paid by Tritec for the confirmation that he has no interest in any of the Duran Duran musical works or compositions. This first version was totally different and has the following lyrics:

Because girls on film look better and they
They never bite - no - they never bite - fight me
They parade the screens tonight and / They'll invade my dreams alright but
They're not what they seem at all / They're not what they seem
See them for the first time / Notice the highlights
Larger than life and are they alive / With that obscene twist to their lips
Batting their eyes in looks of surprise
           Girls on film (they look better) / Girls on film (always smile)
           Girls on film (they look better) / Girls on film (always smile)
Black car - black car / Didn't I warn you
The black star black star goes like a bombshell
I've never met her / Don't think I could
'Cos she's slightly tarnished / Broken nails beneath the varnish
Larger than life and are they alive / With that obscene twist to their lips
Batting their eyes in looks of surprise
Keep your distance


In late 1979 or early 1980 Duran Duran - with Jeff Thomas on lead vocals - recorded another demo with Bob Lamb, which also included a version of 'Girls On Film'.

5:40 Girls On Film (Night Mix)
This unique and otherwise unreleased remix was picked out for the 2010 'DURAN DURAN' Special Edition release. This is another mix, which sounds like the Night Version. It's running with an approximate 132 BPM and was remixed with echo effects and overdubs.

At the end of 1998 several 'Girls On Film' remixes were commissioned by EMI to promote the compilation 'GREATEST' (7243 4 96239 2 7). Those remixes were released on a triple set of promotional UK 12" singles (12 GOF 1, 12 GOF 2 and 12 GOF 3), and in May of 1999 on a US 12" vinyl (7243 8 58771 1 7) and 5" CD single (7243 8 58771 2 4), but do not fit for this compilation.

4:01 Planet Earth [Album Version]
The standard version, which was used for the album and for the single release. There is a slightly shorter version of 'Planet Earth', which can be found on the UK CD reissue from 1993. The beginning fades in differently and is 4 seconds shorter as compared to the 'normal' version. This mix clocks in at 3:55, and also appears on the compilation 'GREATEST, although mislabeled as a Single Version. In fact, there is no specific Single Version for 'Planet Earth'. The version, which was released in 1981 on 7" single, has the longer intro.

6:16 Planet Earth (Night Version)
This is the 12" version, which appears on all 12" single releases, the 1981 US vinyl LP, several EPs and compilations.

6:56 Planet Earth (Night Mix)
This unique extended remix was pulled out of the EMI archives for the 1999 'STRANGE BEHAVIOUR' release (7243 4 93972 2 4). It was marked as Night Mix on the tape box and had not been used until this CD compilation. Since 2010, it can also be found on the remastered Special Edition of 'DURAN DURAN'. Also on the 'STRANGE BEHAVIOUR' CD is an otherwise unreleased remix of 'Hold Back The Rain'. It is suspected that both 'Hold Back The Rain' and 'Planet Earth' were remixed specifically for the 'CARNIVAL' EPs, but never used.

5:00 Planet Earth (Manchester Square Demo)
Released by EMI on the Special Edition in 2010. This version of the song is raw and unpolished and it has a surprisingly third verse after the break with different lyrics.

In 1980, before the EMI record deal happened, the band had intended to release a 7" single on their own Tritec label. They recorded 'Planet Earth' and 'Is There Anyone Out There?' and printed 5,000 labels with a Duran Duran logo, designed by John Warwicker. The single was never released, and Nick Rhodes now owns the only copy of this record, which was pressed as an acetate.

4:01 Anyone Out There [Album Version]
The standard Album Version.

4:08 Anyone Out There (Manchester Square Demo)
The arrangement of 'Anyone Out There' was nearly finished when they recorded it at EMI's Manchester Square studio. Once again, Colin Thurston did a great job making the song sound more professional during the latter album session.

3:49 To The Shore [Album Version]
The standard Album Version, which was used for the album issues where this track appears on.

4:01 To The Shore [Alternate Album Version]
This version has a totally different and 11 second longer intro. It was released in 1993 as a B-side on the US 5" CD single 'COME UNDONE 2' (C2 0777 7 15981 2 8).

3:41 Careless Memories [Single Version]
This edit was made for the 7" (EMI 5168) and 12" single (12 EMI 5168), there is no Night Version or extended mix for 'Careless Memories'. In comparison to the Album Version, this edit ends with a fade out, and therefore the last seconds of the song are missing.

3:52 Careless Memories [Album Version]
The standard Album Version.

5:25 Night Boat [Album Version]
The standard Album Version.

4:06 Sound Of Thunder [Album Version]
The standard Album Version.

5:44 Friends Of Mine [Album Version]
The standard Album Version, but the length of the song differs, depending on which source you are listening. The track fades out very early on the reissued CD from 1993, clocking in at 5:36, and sounds like as it plays to the very end of the song on the remastered version from 2003, clocking in at 5:44. On the UK vinyl LP from 1981, and on the early CD releases 'Friends Of Mine' is more like the shorter version (5:39), whereas the US vinyl issues have again the longer ending of the song (5:42).

5:51 Friends Of Mine (Manchester Square Demo)
This demo is very close to the final Album Version. Maybe Simon's vocals sound more confident on the subsequent version, but the song's structure already stood.

An Utopia studios 3-track cassette (including 'Late Bar', a Rough Mix for 'Friends Of Mine' and 'Planet Earth') has also been leaked. The version of 'Friends of Mine' on this tape differs from the final Album Version, and is also different from the Manchester Square Demo. I would suspect that this cassette was made in late January or early February of 1981.

5:16 Tel Aviv [Album Version]
The standard Album Version.

6:02 Tel Aviv (AIR Studio Version)
Before the band inked their record deal with EMI, they recorded this very different version of 'Tel Aviv' at AIR studios in London. Collectors should note that before the Special Edition of the album came out in 2010, John Taylor owned the only copy of this recording. 'Tel Aviv' had lyrics in the early stages:

The afternoon, it's one maybe two
Sipping away my last gold star, not so much to do
Dream away the sunny day until it's time to leave
I'll just watch you pass on by when I'm on my own in Tel Aviv
           With the blocks to one side / And the beach on the other
           And the trees and the leaves / On my own in Tel Aviv
           And the trees and the leaves / On my own in Tel Aviv
I see smoke is rolling, breaking off the shore
The sound of traffic fades, like someone closed the door
See I might stay here watch the skins keeping cool
Like Greene's man overseas I read the rules
           With the blocks to one side / And the beach on the other
           And the trees and the leaves / On my own in Tel Aviv
           And the palms and the trees / On my own in Tel Aviv

2:54 Late Bar
Duran Duran have very often included non-album tracks as B-sides in their career. The singles from their debut album all have songs which were exclusive (back then) to the single-release. 'Late Bar' was used as the B-side for the single 'PLANET EARTH' (EMI 5137).

3:02 Late Bar (Manchester Square Demo)
This version sounds a bit like a live-in-studio performance. There are nearly no differences to the final version.

3:25 Khanada
This song was used as the B-side for the single 'CARELESS MEMORIES', and also appears on the Japanese 12" EP 'NITE ROMANTICS' and on the German 12" EP 'DMM MEGA MIXES'.

3:16 Fame
'Fame' was added as a second B-side track for the 'CARELESS MEMORIES' 12" single. This song also appears on the Japanese 12" EP 'NITE ROMANTICS' and on the German 12" EP 'DMM MEGA MIXES'. Duran Duran's 'Fame' is a cover of a David Bowie song and was also used on an tribute album to Mr. Bowie.

4:27 Faster Than Light
This track was used as the B-side for the single 'GIRLS ON FILM' (EMI 5206).

4:08 Is There Something I Should Know? [Single Version]
The standard version, which was used for the single in March of 1983 and for the album re-releases.

6:40 Is There Something I Should Know? (Monster Mix)
This mainly instrumental extended mix was done by Ian Little and Alex Sadkin and appears on the 12" single (12 EMI 5371) and later on various compilations. Nick Rhodes wrote in the liner notes to 'ESSENTIAL DURAN DURAN (NIGHT VERSIONS)' from 1998 that an earlier Bob Clearmountain mix of this song also exists somewhere deep in the vaults of Abbey Road studios, but never was released.

4:35 Is There Something I Should Know? [Video Version]
This version is the way the song was originally mixed. The instrumental portion is much longer and there is an additional refrain directly after it.

4:06 Faith In This Colour [Alternate Slow Mix]
This mix was exclusive to the first pressing of the UK 'IS THERE SOMETHING I SHOULD KNOW?' 7" single (matrix: EMI5371 B-1U-1). It includes (presumably) unauthorized sound samples from the movie 'STAR WARS' and is much slower than the other version.

4:06 Faith In This Colour
Another mix of this instrumental song was made and used for all other 'IS THERE SOMETHING I SHOULD KNOW?' single releases. This version, although differently edited and compiled from the 'original slow version', has been sped up in tempo, and some of the original 'STAR WARS' samples can still be heard.

 
 

There are several songs that are named and/or were recorded as demos between Duran Duran were formed in 1978 and they released their debut album. Some of the very early tracks were re-recorded by The Devils (Nick Rhodes and Duran's first lead singer Stephen Duffy) together with some new material and published in 2002 on the album 'DARK CIRCLES', which could have been the very first Duran Duran album. These are songs which are named, but not released officially under the name Duran Duran: 'Soundtrack' | 'Aztec Moon Rich' | 'Take (The Lines And The Shadows)' | 'Hold Me/Pose Me' | 'A Lucien Melody' | 'Hawks Don't Share' | 'Toy Room To Tokyo' | 'So Cold In El Dorado' | 'Lost Decade' | 'Big Store' | 'Signals In Smoke' | 'See Me, Repeat Me' (which became 'M M A Go Go' or 'Ami A Go Go' or 'Amy A Go Go' and later evolved into 'Rio') | 'Reincarnation' | 'Working The Steel' | 'Dreaming Of Your Cars' | 'Enigmatic Swimmers' | 'Breaking Away' (which became 'Late Bar') | 'On A Dead Child' | 'Underneath The Clocktower' | 'Beverly Hills' and 'Secret Success'.