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Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus Album

Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus Album

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Performer: Depeche Mode
Title: Personal Jesus
Country: Germany
Released: 1989
Category: Pop
Rating: 4.0
Label: Mute Records

Tracklist

1Dangerous4:21
2Personal jesus3:44


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Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus Official Video directed by Anton Corbijn Original song from the 'Violator' album SireMute Records - 1989 Buy the 12. Текст песни: Reach out and touch faith Your own personal Jesus Someone to hear your prayers. 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 1990 in 1989. It reached No. 13 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single was their first to make the US Top 40 since 1984's People Are People, and was their first gold-certified single in the US quickly followed by its successor, Enjoy the Silence. In Germany, Personal Jesus is one of the band's longest-charting. Personal Jesus is Depeche Mode's twenty-third UK single, released on August 29, 1989, and the first single from the then upcoming album Violator. It was written by Martin L. Since then, the title song has been covered by numerous artists. Inspired by the book Elvis and Me by Priscilla Presley, it was the first hit from the album, reaching 13 on the UK Singles Chart. It was also included in Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on the fictional radio station Radio X. View wiki. Personal Jesus is Depeche Mode's twenty-third UK single, released on. Depeche Mode news, catalogue, discography, lyrics, world tour information, tv shows, books, fanzine, history, discussion, chat, online audio and video. Depeche Mode Personal Jesus. Single Released on 29 August 1989 in the UK. Francois Kevorkian who did the mixing for the Violator album, in general mixed the single version, the Holier Than Thou Approach, the Pump Mix, and the lesser-known Kazan Cathedral Mix which was not available on any of the singles, while producer Flood mixed the Acoustic version and the Telephone Stomp Mix as well as the single version and Sensual Mix. Movies Preview. Internet Archive Python library . plus-circle Add Review. Depeche Mode in 1987: Andy Fletcher, Martin Gore, David Gahan and Alan Wilder. To plug the single, Depeche Modes label Mute placed personal ads in some local newspapers with the words YOUR OWN PERSONAL JESUS in white text on a black squareDepeche Mode in 1987: Andy Fletcher, Martin Gore, David Gahan and Alan Wilder. Picture: Michel DelsolGetty Images. This was never more obvious than on the single Personal Jesus, which was released on 29 August 1989 and later appeared on the album Violator in March 1990. To plug the single, Depeche Modes label Mute placed personal ads in some local newspapers with the words YOUR OWN PERSONAL JESUS in white text on a black square and a London phone number. When the intrepid called the number, they could hear the new track. Personal Jesus is the lead single of the first greatest hits album Lest We Forget The Best Of, originally written and performed by Depeche Mode in 1989. It was recorded by Marilyn Manson with instrumentation and arrangement by Tim Skold at Manson's studio, Doppelherz Blood Treatment Facility, and mixed by Mark Spike Stent, a veteran producer who had also frequently worked with Depeche Mode. by Depeche Mode. Album: Violator 1989. Charted: 13 28. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Martin Gore of Depeche Mode said: It's a song about being a Jesus for somebody else, someone to give you hope and care. It's about how Elvis was her man and her mentor and how often that happens in love relationships - how everybody's heart is like a god in some way, and that's not a very balanced view of someone, is it Johnny Cash did a stripped-down version on his 2002 album American IV, The Man Comes Around. Martin Gore revealed to The London Times that the band were unaware that Cash had covered this song. Depeche Mode performs in the music video Personal Jesus from the album Violator recorded for Mute Records. The video opens on a ranch as the band approaches on horseback and on a pickup truck. The band sings while dressed in cowboy hats and western gear. They appear to be meeting women at a brothel