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9 thoughts on “ Its Called A Heart - Depeche Mode - The Singles 81 - 85 (Cassette) ”

  1. The Singles 81→85 comprises of all the singles Depeche Mode released between and It was re-released in after being remastered. The photograph was noted for its artistic merit, being.
  2. The Singles >85, a Compilation of songs by Depeche Mode. Released in on Liberation (catalog no. D ; CD). Genres: Synthpop.
  3. Replacing the original Catching Up with Depeche Mode compilation, Singles 81>85 subtracts two tracks -- the lightweight curiosity "Flexible" and "Fly on the Windscreen," which surfaced to better effect on Black Celebration-- and adds two, the full six-minute remix of "Just Can't Get Enough" and the original version of "Photographic," Depeche's recording debut on a compilation rtherericdipolimsipugdagevota.coinfo: $
  4. Nov 25,  · This song is amongst my all time best. The extended version of it's called a heart is worthwhile. However 'Fly on the windscreen' I can't get into. It's called a heart was released in to promote the first greatest hits album called Singles /5(1).
  5. It's Called a Heart Lyrics: There's something beating here inside my body / And it's called a heart / You know how easy it is / To tear it apart / If I lend it to you, will you keep it safe for me?
  6. The Singles Chart Position (UK): 6. Mute MUTEL1 UK LP, released October 15th, Side 2 Love In Itself People Are People Master And Servant Blasphemous Rumours Shake The Disease It's Called A Heart. Mute C MUTEL1 UK Cassette, released October 15th, this is a commercial release. The Best Of Depeche Mode, Volume 1. Sounds.
  7. "Personal Jesus" is a song by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was released as the lead single from their seventh studio album, Violator () in It reached No. 13 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 28 on the Billboard Hot The single was their first to make the US Top 40 since 's "People Are People", and was their first gold-certified single in the US (quickly.
  8. "It's Called a Heart" is Depeche Mode's fourteenth UK single recorded at Genetic Studios (released on 16 September ). It was included as one of two new songs on the compilation The Singles 81→85 the same year, along with "Shake the Disease".It reached number 18 in the UK singles chart.

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