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Depeche Mode

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Depeche Mode  I Sometime Wish I Was Dead (2006 Remaster)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  I Feel Loved   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Strangelove   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Happiest Girl (Jack Mix)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Oh Well (Black Light Odyssey Dub) [Bonus Track]   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Personal Jesus (Acoustic Version)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  I Want You Now (2006 Remastered)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  My Joy (7" Mix)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Dangerous (Single Version)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Now This Is Fun   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Painkiller (Kill the Pain Mix - DJ Shadow vs. Depeche Mode)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Something to Do (Metal Mix)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Higher Love   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  It's Called a Heart   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Strangelove (Maxi Mix)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Nothing (US 7" Mix)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Shout   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Waiting for the Night   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Martyr (Booka Shade Full Vocal Mix Edit)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Everything Counts (Live)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Suffer Well Tiga (Remix)   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Mercy In You   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Halo   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Barrel of a Gun (Underworld Hard Mix)   buy on itunes

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To understand just how influential Depeche Mode’s been for decades, all you need to do is dust off their many remixes. On the more recent side of things, Booka Shade delivered a full-bloom edit of “Martyr” and Tiga dabbled in black-lit electro with “Suffer Well.” On a more ’90s tip, Underworld brought a hard techno heartbeat to “Barrel of a Gun” and DJ Shadow draped “Painkiller” in funeral-pyre strings and steely synths. And with some serious programmers/keyboardists at their very center, you better believe Depeche Mode’s own alternate mixes are a little insane, from an industrial strength attempt at “Something to Do” to a steam-pressed “Maxi Mix” of “Strangelove.”
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