The band had argued that US copyright laws gave them the right to call for a reversion of copyright after 35 years for some of their most famous songs.
Duran Duran have lost a High Court battle over the US copyrights of their first three albums as well as Bond theme ‘A View to a Kill’.
Duran Duran have lost their High Court battle
The band had argued in court that, due to US copyright laws, they had right to call for a reversion of copyright after 35 years.
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NICK RHODES - Photographs of a host of celebrities as they arrived for the LOVE Magazine/Balmain Christmas Party which was held at The Ivy Market Grill in London, United Kingdom - Monday 15th December 2014
Nefer Suvio and NICK RHODES - A variety of stars were photographed as they attended the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2014 which was held at Earl's Court in London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 2nd December 2014
Duran Duran founder, Nick Rhodes, has "taken the plunge" by moving in with his Italian girlfriend Nefer Suvio; although he doesn't see them getting married any time soon.
NICK RHODES, founding member and keyboardist of Duran Duran, has reportedly taken the next step in his relation with girlfriend Nefer Suvio, by moving in with her. The 51-year-old new wave rocker met his 32-year-old Italian beauty two years ago in Rome. Rhodes has now revealed that the couple have taken up residence together in his London home.
In an interview with 'The Daily Mail', Rhodes explained: "I've taken the plunge and we're now living together at my house in Chelsea." The keyboardist goes on to explain how the almost 20-year age difference between he and his beloved is not a disadvantage to their relationship, saying: "I'm a lot older than Nef, but so what! I've quietened down in some ways since the Eighties - but I'm not ready for pipe and slippers yet. Everyone gets older, but I don't feel old. Having a younger woman helps."
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The film traces his life from childhood to becoming a fixture on the swinging London art scene in the late 1960s, with lively present-day interviews narrating a fabulous collection of photographs and old footage, some of which was shot by Derek Jarman, who won Logan's 1975 Alternative Miss World.
Meanwhile, Logan and his team are setting up the 2009 edition of his riotously lurid Alternative Miss World in North London.
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