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Depeche Mode 'Strangelove' 1988



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Single:  

Strangelove


Label:  

Depeche Mode  

Sire


Release date:  

23 August 1988


Producer:  

Depeche Mode и David Bascombe


Design of single:  

T & CP Associates


Formats edition:  

7"LP

12"LP

CD

MC


USA чарт:  

50 position



DEPECHE MODE:


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Dave Gahan


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Martin Gore


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Andy Fletcher


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Alan Wilder




This release is also known as Strangelove '88. Although nowhere is this reflected on the covers.




RELEASE INFO


Depeche Mode "Strangelove"



Single Released on 23 August 1988 in the US



This single was not released in the United Kingdom.


Sire Records decided that "Strangelove" had not done as well as it should have when it was first released in the U.S., so they reissued it. This single is usually referred to as "Strangelove '88", even though it does not say that on any of the pressings.


The "Dub Mix" of "Nothing" are exclusive to the US release (commercial and promotional). The "Remix Edit" of "Nothing" has appeared on a few formats, including the U.K. 10 inch single of "Everything Counts" (from "101").


A mispressing of the commercial 12 inch single exists. It was released in a stock Sire sleeve, and has Side One on both sides. Some label employees say it was used as an advance promotional release, while others maintain that it is a mispressing.


The commercial 7 inch single and cassette single use the "7 inch Version" of "Strangelove", which is an exclusive US re-edit. The only CD appearance is on the US "Strangelove" promotional CD single. The 3 inch CD uses the "Remix Edit", which is a re-edit of the Bomb The Bass "Highjack Mix".


The promotional CD contains the "Remix / Edit" and the "7 inch Blind Edit", which are both only officially available on CD on this release. The "Remix / Edit" is a radio edit of the "Highjack Mix" (Tim Simenon / Bomb The Bass), and the "7 inch Blind Edit" is an edit of the "Blind Mix" done by Boris Granich.


The "7 inch Version" is a re-edit of the standard "Album Version", and is exclusive (on CD) to this promotional CD release. It also appears on the US 7 inch single and cassette single release of "Strangelove".


In 1988, along with the track "Nothing", a new mix of the song hit the American dance charts and on 7 September 1988 the band played the "Album Version 7" Edit" of "Strangelove" on the MTV Video Music Awards in the US.





VINYL RELEASE


7" single (7-27777) US



Side One



"Strangelove" (7" Version) 03:44



Side Two



"Nothing" (Remix Edit) 03:58





● MATRIX: RUNOUT / BARCODE



Barcode:   0 7599-27777-7 3


Rights Society:   ASCAP


Runout Side One:   7-27777-RE1-A-SR1 1-1 (src logo)


Runout Side Two:   7-27777 B SR1 1-1 (src logo)





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VINYL RELEASE


12" single (0-21022) US



Side One



1   "Strangelove" (Highjack Remix) 06:30


2   "Strangelove" (Remix Edit) 03:52



Side Two



1   "Nothing" (Zip-Hop Mix) 07:06


2   "Nothing" (Dub) 06:40





● MATRIX: RUNOUT / BARCODE



Barcode:   0 7599-21022-0 9


Rights Society:   ASCAP


Runout Side One:   0 21022 A SP1 [SRC logo]


Runout Side Two:   0 21022 B SP1 [SRC logo]


Vinyl record format:   33 ⅓ RPM





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CD RELEASE


3"CD single (2-27777) US Release 1988



1   "Strangelove" (Remix Edit) 03:52


2   "Nothing" (Remix Edit) 03:58





● MATRIX: RUNOUT / BARCODE



Barcode:   0 7599-27777-2 8


Runout:   CSIG-000131 1 *** *****


Runout mould code area:   Made in USA - Digital Audio Disc Corp. [DADC® Logo]





Packaging: longsleeve containing the disc. The cardboard wallet is attached at the end of the longsleeve separated by a perforation. On the second hand market, sometimes the disc occurs with the wallet sleeve only, and the longsleeve presumably discarded by previous owner or record store.







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MC RELEASE


Cassette single (9 27777-4) US



Side 1



"Strangelove" (7" Version) 03:44



Side 2



"Nothing" (Remix Edit) 03:58





● BARCODE



Barcode:   0 7599-27777-4 2


Other:   Made in USA





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PROMO


Promo Track



01.   "Strangelove" (Blind Mix 7" Edit)(PRO-CD-3213 US 1988) 03:57








VIDEO RELEASE


Strangelove



Release 23 August 1988


Written by Martin L. Gore


Produced by Bomb The Bass


Video directed by Martyn Atkins






AUDIO | RELEASES


PRODUCTION DETAILS TRACKS



"Strangelove" (7" Version) 03:44  •  Produced by Depeche Mode and David Bascombe. Additional production and help from Daniel Miller. Engineered by David Bascombe.


"Nothing" (Remix Edit) 03:58  •  Additional production and remix by Justin Strauss for Just Rite Productions. Engineered by Hugo Dwyer. Additional programming by Eric Kupper. Edited by Chep Nunez.


"Strangelove" (Highjack Remix) 06:30  •  Remix by Tim Simenon & Mark Saunders. Remixed at Livingston Studios, London.


"Strangelove" (Remix Edit) 03:52  •  Remix by Tim Simenon & Mark Saunders. Remixed at Livingston Studios, London.


"Nothing" (Zip-Hop Mix) 07:06  •  Additional production and remix by Justin Strauss for Just Rite Productions. Engineered by Hugo Dwyer. Additional programming by Eric Kupper. Edited by Chep Nunez.


"Nothing" (Dub) 06:40  •  Additional production and remix by Justin Strauss for Just Rite Productions. Engineered by Hugo Dwyer. Additional programming by Eric Kupper. Edited by Chep Nunez.


"Nothing" (Remix Edit) 03:58  •  Additional production and remix by Justin Strauss for Just Rite Productions. Engineered by Hugo Dwyer. Additional programming by Eric Kupper. Edited by Chep Nunez.


"Strangelove" (Blind Mix 7" Edit) 03:57  •  Remixed by Daniel Miller and Rico Conning at Guerilla Studios.





Depeche Mode

discussion single




1988





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