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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Depeche Mode - "It's Called A Heart" [Pop]

It's Called A Heart

"It's Called A Heart" music video by Depeche Mode
Added: 10-06-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Depeche Mode - It's Called A Heart (Official Video)

Depeche Mode - "It's Called A Heart" (Official Video) directed by Peter Care


Original song from the album 'The Singles 81?85' (Sire/Mute - 1985)

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Credits
Performed By: Depeche Mode
Written By: Martin L. Gore
Produced By: Depeche Mode, Daniel Miller
Video Director: Peter Care

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"It's Called a Heart" is Depeche Mode's fourteenth UK single recorded at Genetic Studios (released on 16 September 1985). 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. The American version of The Singles 81-85, Catching Up with Depeche Mode, also includes the B-side, "Fly on the Windscreen", which reappeared in a slightly different mix on the band's 1986 album Black Celebration.

There is no limited edition ("L12 Bong") version of this single in the way that most other Depeche Mode singles have been. Instead there was a "D12 Bong", a double 12", that featured both the standard 12" and the remix 12".

Both Martin Gore and Alan Wilder have said this song is one of their least favorite tracks the band had ever recorded.

Tags : 1985, 80s, Depeche Mode

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