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  • Cover Me (Remixes) (Pre-Order) Cover Me (Remixes) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    Cover Me (Remixes) (Pre-Order)

    Dave Gahan wrote the song together with Peter Gordeno and Christian Eigner. Depeche Mode have said in interviews (like during the 2016 press conference) that producer James Ford taught himself to play Martin's pedal steel guitar within one day while in the studio, and thus this guitar was used in some songs including 'Cover Me'.


    Dave talked about this song extensively to Phil Marriott:


    I wanted ['Cover Me'] to be very cinematic, and I had this sort of idea of us finally destroying this beautiful planet that we live on. Hence the northern lights: it's just one in many millions of beautiful things... the oceans, just things that we take for granted. And the Northern lights was just a metaphor that I wanted to use, because I did once experience actually being there while that was happening, way up north in Scandinavia. Yeah [it's quite an emotional experience], and it's also out of the world somehow, quite spiritual, and moving, moving to the point of tears, the beauty of something happening in our universe. And so I had this idea at that time, a little lyrical idea, not really a melody. But anyway, I came back to that, and that became that song. And I also saw the song in two halves, where the second half was where we are finally leaving or something. This person or whoever it is, who I live vicariously through, leaves the planet, only to find another planet that is exactly the same as ours, and he has this horrible feeling of like, Oh wow, it's not the planet, it's me, I am doing this. I'm destroying this beautiful world that I live in. And that can be just an emotional relationship that you have with another person, or trying to be having a relationship with another person that you can't quite get to because you just can't. And that, for me, is quite often where I find myself with music and songs: I am quite often this other person. Of course it's me, but I can live vicariously through this performer, this guy that I've created, which is me, but a character. And throughout songs and films and books and stuff like that, that's where I get lost. [...] With 'Cover Me', the song that was coming to mind a lot, the feeling of the song that I wanted to get on this, and it's a totally different kind of song, but the feeling that I wanted to get was like Bowie's song 'Life On Mars', where the second half of the song seems to go to another place, or 'Space Odyssey', that kind of feeling. It opens up for you, the listener, to just be able to go off in their own dreams and ideas.

    LP 1
    1. Cover Me (Ellen Allien Remix)
    2. Cover Me (I Hate Models Cold Lights Remix)
    3. Cover Me (Nicole Moudaber Remix)
    4. So Much Love (Kalli Remix)


    LP 2
    1. Cover Me (Erol Alkan V1.2)
    2. Cover Me (Texas Gentlemen Remix)
    3. Cover Me (Warpaint Steez Remix)
    4. Cover Me (Josh T. Pearson Choose Hellth Remix)

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  • Songs of Faith and Devotion Songs of Faith and Devotion Quick View

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    Songs of Faith and Devotion

    In between Violator and Songs of Faith and Devotion, a lot happened: Nirvana rewrote the ideas of what alternative was supposed to be, while Nine Inch Nails hit the airwaves as the most clearly Depeche-influenced new hit band around. In the meantime, the band went through some high-profile arguing as David Gahan turned into a long-haired, leather-clad rocker and pushed for a more guitar-oriented sound. Yet the odd thing about Songs of Faith and Devotion is that it sounds pretty much like a Depeche Mode album, only with some new sonic tricks courtesy of Alan Wilder and co-producer Flood. Perhaps even odder is the fact that it works incredibly well all the same. I Feel You, opening with a screech of feedback, works its live drums well, but when the heavy synth bass kicks in with the wailing backing vocals, even most rockers might find it hard to compete. Martin Gore's lyrical bent, as per the title, ponders relationships through distinctly religious imagery; while the gambit is hardly new, on songs like the centerpiece In Your Room, the combination of personal and spiritual love blends perfectly. Outside musicians appear for the first time, including female backing singers on a couple of tracks, most notably the gospel-flavored Condemnation and the uilleann pipes on Judas, providing a lovely intro to the underrated song (later covered by Tricky). Rush is the biggest misstep, a too obvious sign that Nine Inch Nails was a recording-session favorite to unwind to. But with other numbers such as Walking in My Shoes and The Mercy in You to recommend it, Songs of Faith and Devotion continues the Depeche Mode winning streak.


    - Ned Raggett (All Music Guide)

    1. I Feel You

    2. Walking In My Shoes
    3. Condemnation

    4. Mercy In You

    5. Judas

    6. In Your Room
    7. Get Right With Me

    8. Rush

    9. One Caress

    10. Higher Love
    Depeche Mode
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  • Enjoy The Silence Enjoy The Silence Quick View

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    Enjoy The Silence

    This EP marks the latest release for Eric Whitacre, one of the most popular and performed composers of our time, and his first ever recording to vinyl. For this release, he has recorded a cover of Enjoy The Silence by Depeche Mode, a band he has long been a fan of. The recording is completed by one of his own compositions This Marriage, written for his wife, soprano Hila Plitmann.


    Eric Whitacre is one of the most popular and performed composers of our time, a distinguished conductor, broadcaster and public speaker. His first album as both composer and conductor on Decca/Universal, Light & Gold, won a Grammy® in 2012, reaped unanimous five star reviews and became the no. 1 classical album in the US and UK charts within a week of release.

    1. Enjoy The Silence
    2. This Marriage
    Eric Whitacre
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  • Late Night Tales: Royksopp Late Night Tales: Royksopp Quick View

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    Late Night Tales: Royksopp

    Limited Edition 180 Gram Double Vinyl Album Set Unmixed Tracks

    Includes the Mixed CD and Cover Art Print


    The new edition of Late Night Tales journeys to Scandinavia to invite Norwegian duo Röyksopp to delve through their record collection. Their Late Night Tales mix is eclectic, diverse and wonderful. Sliding from light folk to widescreen ambience to experimental rock to prog-pop (seasoned with the occasional guilty pleasure); it's all in the spirit of the night.


    Following the exclusive introduction track 'Daddy's Groove', Rare Bird's beautiful 1975 B-side'Passing Through' then leads into Australian supergroup Little River Band. The first of several delicate folk moments, it's joined by the ever soulful John Martyn. There's a strong representation of alternative European sounds. Röyksopp mine deep and wide to unearth the rare and unusual German psych-pop of Richard Schneider Jnr (featuring none other than Can's Jaki Leibezeit on drums), France's unique F.R. David and the new age melodies of Switzerland's Andreas Vollenweider - it's pop Jim, but not as we know it. There are also the more familiar names of XTCand Thomas Dolby, as well as Röyksopp's exclusive cover of Depeche Mode's 'Ice Machine' and brand new track opening Daddys Groove. The music draws to a close with goth-dream-pop 4ADfounders The Mortal Coil's Emmylou Harris cover 'Till I Can Gain Control Again'; blending into a cinematic moment from German electronic avant-garde band Popol Vuh, contributing to the soundtrack of Werner Herzog's 1972 movie Aguirre, the Wrath of God. The second part of theBenedict Cumberbatch narrated story 'Flat of Angles' closes time on this coolly individual edition ofLate Night Tales.

    Side A
    1. Röyksopp - Daddy's Groove
    2. Rare Bird - Passing Through
    3. Little River Band - Light Of Day
    4 Johann Johannsson - Odi Et Amo


    Side B
    1. Vangelis - Blade Runner Blues
    2. Röyksopp - Ice Machine
    3. F.R.David - Music
    4. Prelude - After The Goldrush
    5. Andreas Vollenweider - Hands And Clouds


    Side C
    1. Richard Schneider Jr - Hello Beach Girls
    2. Byrne & Barnes - Love You Out Of Your Mind
    3 John Martyn - Small Hours


    Side D
    1. Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore
    2. This Mortal Coil - 'Til I Gain Control
    3. Popol Vuh - Aguirre I Lacrime di Rei
    4. Benedict Cumberbatch - Flat Of Angles - Part 2

    Royksopp
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  • If You Have Ghost EP If You Have Ghost EP On Sale Quick View

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    If You Have Ghost EP

    Earlier 2013, the flamboyant Swedish metal band Ghost B.C. - or, if you don't care about the only-in-America legal silliness that led to the name change, just Ghost - linked up with producer and famous rock dude Dave Grohl and covered Abba's "I'm A Marionette." Now, Ghost releases an EP of covers called If You Have Ghost; it'll also include their version of Depeche Mode's "Waiting For The Night."


    For the EP's title track, the band once again hooked up with Grohl, who produced their version of "If You Have Ghosts," a 1981 freakout from the troubled Texan psych-rock survivor Roky Erickson.


    - Tom Breihan (Stereogum)

    1. If You Have Ghosts (Originally Recorded By Roky Erickson)
    2. I Am A Marionette (Originally Recorded By ABBA)
    3. Crucified (Originally Recorded By Army Of Lovers)
    4. Waiting For The Night (Originally Recorded By Depeche Mode)
    5. Secular Haze (Recorded Live At Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
    Ghost
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  • Other People's Songs Other People's Songs Quick View

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    Other People's Songs

    Other People's Songs is a collection of eight covers that Kinsella
    recorded this spring in Chicago with trusted producer Neil
    Strauch.


    At first glance, the list of the rock and punk artists whose tracks
    Kinsella tackled -- among them Against Me!, Depeche Mode,
    The Promise Ring, and Lungfish -- might seem at odds with
    the often quieter, lushly arranged music he releases under the
    Owen moniker. But upon closer inspection, one finds the kind of
    excellent songwriting and lyrical wit that are hallmarks of Kinsella's
    own recorded output.


    With the help of female vocalist Sarah Mitchell, as well as
    occasional touches of violin and cello, Kinsella transforms his
    selections in unique and surprising ways. Consider Other People's
    Songs to be Kinsella's carefully curated mixtape of songs he loves
    then and now, from him to you.

    1. Descender (Lungfish)
    2. Girl in a Box (Blake Babies)
    3. Some Kinda Angel (Mojave 3)
    4. Forget Me (The Promise Ring)
    5. Judas (Depeche Mode)
    6. Just Like Them (All)
    7. Borne on the FM Waves of the Heart (Against Me!)
    8. Under the Blanket (The Smoking Popes)
    Owen
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  • American IV: The Man Comes Around American IV: The Man Comes Around On Sale Quick View

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    American IV: The Man Comes Around

    On first thought, the idea of the Man in Black recording such covers as Bridge over Troubled Water, Danny Boy, and The First Time Ever I Saw Your
    Face might seem odd, even for an artist who's been able to put his personal stamp on just about everything. But American IV: The Man Comes Around,
    which also draws on Cash's original songs as well as those by Nine Inch Nails (Hurt), Sting (I Hung My Head), and Depeche Mode (Personal Jesus),
    may be one of the most autobiographical albums of the 70-year-old singer-songwriter's career. Nearly every tune seems chosen to afford the ailing giant
    of popular music a chance to reflect on his life, and look ahead to what's around the corner. From the opening track--Cash's own The Man Comes
    Around, filled with frightening images of Armageddon--the album, produced by Rick Rubin, advances a quiet power and pathos, built around spare
    arrangements and unflinching honesty in performance and subject. In 15 songs, Cash moves through dark, haunted meditations on death and
    destruction, poignant farewells, testaments to everlasting love, and hopeful salutes to redemption. He sounds as if he means every word, his baritonebass,
    frequently frayed and ravaged, taking on a weary beauty. By the time he gets to the Beatles' In My Life, you'll very nearly cry. Go ahead. He
    sounds as if he's about to, too. Unforgettable. --Alanna Nash


    This is the fourth in a series of collaborations between the original Man in Black, Johnny Cash, and producer Rick Rubin. The Man Comes Around
    features new Cash compositions as well as a diverse array of cover songs, including Nine Inch Nails Hurt, Hank Williams I'm So Lonesome I Could
    Cry, and Paul Simon's Bridge Over Troubled Waters. He duets with Don Henley on Desperado.

    1. The Man Comes Around
    2. Hurt
    3. Give My Love To Rose
    4. Bridge Over Troubled Water
    5. I Hung My Head
    6. First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
    7. Personal Jesus
    8. In My Life
    9. Sam Hall
    10. Danny Boy
    11. Desperado
    12. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
    13. Tear Stained Letter
    14. Streets of Laredo
    15. We'll Meet Again
    Johnny Cash
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  • The Obscure Department The Obscure Department Quick View

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    The Obscure Department

    In the follow-up to his acclaimed debut "Woodland
    Conspiracy", the guitarist and singer-songwriter Robert
    Coyne has now released his second album on the Meyer
    Records label, entitled The Obscure Department.


    Featured on the cover next to Robert Coyne is Jaki Liebezeit, the legendary
    Can drummer and percussionist, who has collaborated with the son of the
    British multitalent Kevin Coyne on this latest 12-track offering. Supported by
    Liebezeit's subtle, yet incisive drumming, the simplicity and intimacy of
    Coyne's lyricism, together with his mellifluous and sophisticated vocals,
    combine to conjure a compelling and evocative sound. A fascinating and
    highly successful experiment.


    Jaki Liebezeit is a drummer probably best known as a founding member of
    Can who has been called one of the few drummers to convincingly meld
    the funky and the cerebral. ,,In the mid-1960s, he was part of Manfred
    Schoof's quintet, who were early exponents of European Free Jazz.


    He subsequently moved towards the new possibilities being opened by
    psychedelic music as a member of Can. His drumming was prominent in the
    band's sound, particularly in his much-admired contribution to the side-long
    Halleluhwah on Tago Mago. Liebezeit is best known for his exceptional
    metronome style of playing; other members of Can have suggested that
    he sounds as though he is half man, half machine.


    In 1980, he became a member of Phantomband, and has formed drum
    ensembles such as Drums off Chaos and Club off Chaos. Later he recorded
    with numerous musicians, such as Jah Wobble and Philip Jeck, with whom
    he produced an album for Jah Wobble's 30 Hertz Records, and has
    contributed drums and percussion to many albums as a guest throughout
    the years, such as the Depeche Mode album Ultra and Brian Eno's album
    Before and After Science. Recently, he has worked with Burnt Friedman on
    the Secret Rhythms albums and with Schiller on the Atemlos album.

    1. Signature Song
    2. Delicate Flower
    3. Dove Of Peace
    4. The Wonder Of Me
    5. Why Would I Remember You
    6. Interlude
    7. 21st Century Magic
    8. White Residue
    9. Masterclass
    10. Laugh Now
    11. Coda
    12. The Obscure Department
    Robert Coyne With Jaki Liebezeit
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    Pretty Hate Machine (2010 Remaster)

    Fans can now revisit the conception of Nine Inch Nails. Trent Reznor's Null Corporation has teamed up with UMe/The Bicycle Music Company to release Pretty Hate Machine: 2010 Remaster on 12/7/2010. After completing the score for David Fincher's The Social Network, Reznor oversaw the digital remastering of Pretty Hate Machine from the newly unearthed original tapes with engineer Tom Baker (whose NIN credits include The Downward Spiral, Broken, The Fragile, With Teeth and Ghosts). This remastered version includes an eleventh track, a cover of Queen's Get Down Make Love, originally the B-side to the Sin single and produced by Al Jourgensen. Rob Sheridan, NIN's longtime art director, has also re-imagined the packaging of Pretty Hate Machine under Reznor's supervision.


    As a young musician in Cleveland, Ohia, Reznor took a job at a local recording studio and employed unused studio time to develop his own material. The nascent album was later recorded with his favorite producers including Flood/Mark Ellis (U2, Depeche Mode, PJ Harvey), John Fryer (Cocteau Twins, This Mortal Coil), Adrian Sherwood (Ministry, Cabaret Voltaire) and Keith LeBlanc (Trackhead). The result was the first Nine Inch Nails album, 1989's Pretty Hate Machine. All songs were written, arranged, programmed and performed by Reznor. The album featured the breakthrough singles Sin, Down In It and Head Like A Hole, and ultimately sold over 3 million copies, reaching Triple Platinum sales status. In the wake of the album's inital underground success, NIN soon developed a reputation as one of the best live acts in rock and jointed the inaugural Lollapalooza tour in 1991. NIN have since sold more than 18 million albums, collected Grammy Awards and headline arenas, amphitheaters and festivals worldwide.


    The Bicycle Music Company acquired the rights to Pretty Hate Machine from a division of Prudential Securities in the spring of 2010. It was Bicycle's intention from the onset to enable Reznor to regain some control of this lost piece of NIN's legacy, resulting in this artist approved 2010 reissue of one of music's most groundbreaking and influential albums. Note: The previous CD version was reissued in 2005 but was not overseen by Reznor and is now out of print.


    Reznor is currently working on new music as a member of the group How To Destroy Angels, continuing his Nine Inch Nails efforts and composing for future film score projects.

    1. Head Like A Hole
    2. Terrible Lie
    3. Down In It
    4. Sanctified
    5. Something I Can Never Have
    6. Kinda I Want To
    7. Sin
    8. That's What I Get
    9. The Only Time
    10.Ringfinger
    11.Get Down Make Love (Bonus Track in 2010 Reissue)
    Nine Inch Nails
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