New track from reunited Duran Duran to appear on Queer Eye soundtrack
January 16 2004 1:00 AM ET
The first new Duran Duran song borne out of the original lineup's long-awaited reunion will appear on the upcoming soundtrack to the hit Bravo show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. The set is due February 10 via Capitol Records. In addition to Duran Duran's "Sunrise," the soundtrack will also feature remixes of Sting's "Never Coming Home" and Elton John's "Are You Ready for Love." The soundtrack is led by the show's theme song, "All Things (Just Keep Getting Better)" by Widelife. Other tracks confirmed for the set are Basement Jaxx's new "Good Luck," Junior Senior's "Move Your Feet," Liz Phair's "Extraordinary," a previously unreleased Chemical Brothers remix of the new Kylie Minogue single "Slow," Jamelia's U.K. hit "Superstar," and a track mixing music from Fischerspooner and Billy Squier. The album will be the first in a series of releases from Capitol and Queer Eye producers Scout Productions, with future installments tipped to focus on "show-related theme records."
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