Depeche Mode - Everything Counts, Nothing, Sacred, A Question Of Lust FLAC album
Title: Everything Counts, Nothing, Sacred, A Question Of Lust
FLAC version ZIP size: 1135 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1201 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1990 mb
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From the forthcoming album, video and film "101" 'Sacred' and 'A Question Of Lust' appear on CD and cassette only. Rights Society: GEMA. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): C-5916 A. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): C-5916 B. Matrix, Runout (Runout stamped side A): DMC-5916 A-1/12-88.
Fly on the Windscreen - Final. Nothing's Impossible. A Question Of Lust (оригинал Depeche Mode). Вопрос страсти (перевод ). Fragile.
Monday 13th February, Depeche Mode release "Everything Counts", a live track taken from their forthcoming live album, entitled "101". It was recorded at the end of last summer al the final gig of their world tour - in fact, the one hundred and first gig, beace the title "101", at The Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena. The audience totalled well over 70,000 to see this gig, wluch was recorded for the live album and filmed for both the Cinema and Television by the legendary film-maker D. A Pennebaker . A Question of Lust" (Live 1988-06-18 Pasadena Rose Bowl, USA) 04:12.
The archives of Depeche Mode. From Dreaming Of Me to Heaven. From Speak And Spell to Delta Machine. Mute 12 BONG 16 UK 12 inch single, released 1989 this is a commercial release. Side 1 Everything Counts (Live) Nothing (Live). Side 2 Sacred (Live) A Question Of Lust (Live). Mute L12 BONG 16 UK limited 12 inch single, released 1989 this is a commercial release. Side 1 Everything Counts (Tim Simenon, Mark Saunders Remix). Side 2 Nothing (Justin Strauss Remix) Strangelove (Tim Simenon, Mark Saunders Remix). Mute CD BONG 16 UK 3 inch CD single, released 1989 this is a commercial release.
Everything Counts" is a 1983 single by the electronic band Depeche Mode from the album Construction Time Again. The single was re-released (in live format) on 13 February 1989 (25 March 1989 in the US) to support the live album 101. The single introduced a transition in lyrical content for the group. Everything Counts" specifically addresses the issue of corporate greed and corruption in Britain, as the chorus sings of "grabbing hands" that "grab all they can"
RARE 1989 DEPECHE MODE Everything Counts, Nothing, Sacred,? of Lust CD-3 LIVE Condition: Very Good. Time left: 6h 18m 3s. Ships to: Worldwide. Depeche Mode - Everything Counts, Nothing, Sacred, A Question Of Lust 12" single. Time left: 22h 10m 11s. Depeche Mode Everything Counts, Nothing, Sacred, A Question Of Lust 1989 Vinyl [ Condition: Used. Time left: 6d 1h 38m 42s.
A Question of Lust Lyrics. Fragile, like a baby in your arms Be gentle with me, I'd never willingly do you harm Apologies are all you seem to get from me But just like a child, you make me smile when you care for me And you know. It's a question of lust, it's a question of trust It's a question of not letting what we've built up crumble to dust It is all of these things and more That keep us together. It is the 1st track on the album to be sung by Martin Gore. A Question of Lust" Track Info.
A Question Of Lust" lyrics. Fragile Like a baby in your arms Be gentle with me I'd never willingly Do you harm. It's a question of lust It's a question of trust It's a question of not letting What we've built up Crumble to dust It is all of these things and more That keep us together. Independence Is still important for us though (we realise) It's easy to make The stupid mistake.
|4||A Question Of Lust||4:13|
- Marketed By – Indisc
- Distributed By – Indisc
- Mixed At – Swanyard Studios
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Recorded At – Rose Bowl Stadium
- Manufactured By – Europe Optical Disc
- Cover – Anton Corbijn, Peter Saville Associates
- Engineer – Alan Moulder
- Producer – Depeche Mode
- Recorded By – Randy Ezratty
- Recorded By [Assistant] – Billy Yodelman, John Harris, Mark Shane
- Written-By – Martin L. Gore
NotesRecorded live at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, June 18th, 1988 on the Westwood One Mobile.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (text): 4 006758 269030
- Matrix / Runout (scanned): 4006758269030
- Matrix / Runout: EOD CA ARC INT 826.903
- Rights Society: SABAM
|Bong 16||Depeche Mode||Everything Counts, Nothing (7", Single)||Mute||Bong 16||UK||1989|
|9 40331-2||Depeche Mode||Everything Counts (Live) (CD, Maxi, RE, Dig)||Sire, Reprise Records, Mute||9 40331-2||US||Unknown|
|Bong 1246016||Depeche Mode||Everything Counts, Nothing, Sacred, A Question Of Lust (12", Single)||Mute||Bong 1246016||Belgium||1989|
|CD BONG 16, CDBong 16, CD Bong 16||Depeche Mode||Everything Counts (Live) (CD, Single, RE, RP)||Mute, Mute, Mute||CD BONG 16, CDBong 16, CD Bong 16||UK||Unknown|
|Bong 16||Depeche Mode||Everything Counts (7", Single, Promo, TP)||Sanni Records||Bong 16||Spain||1989|