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Ultra Bingo: Non-Relevant '80s Band

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Holy crap, how could we forget? The non-relevant '80s band!

Of course, this particular Ultra Bingo square was explicitly concocted in honor of Duran Duran. Just look closely and you'll see that the illustration is actually the cover of 1983's multi-platinum Rio.

But when we were at Ultra Music Festival last night watching Simon Le Bon and his merry band of glittering middle-aged boys in black mince their way through "Hungry Like the Wolf," we were too busy singing along to think about stupid board games.

Now, though, all we can think is "Bingo, baby!"

He may be 52 years old. But you still shouldn't let Simon Le Bon get too close to your mom.

Four in the bag. Only 20 to go! (Plus the free space.)

Download the high-resolution PDF version of Ultra/Miami Music Week 2011 bingo card.

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