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Happy Birthday,Vince Clarke!

Started by MeltingMan, July 03, 2014, 13:10:47

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MeltingMan

N'importe, l'amitié féminine repose mieux de la solitude, elle nous complète.

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SusannaRS

Happy BDay!

if I remember well, he wrote "Just can't get enough"...amazing song!
Lets my memory be perverted to the uses    
Of lying and oppression.    
My lovers and their children must not be dispossessed of me;
I would be the untarnished possession forever
Of those for whom I lived.
(Spoon River Anthology, E.L.M.)

MeltingMan

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the original is a 1985 masterpiece. Enjoy it!


https://youtu.be/u9BzP0socs0
N'importe, l'amitié féminine repose mieux de la solitude, elle nous complète.

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SusannaRS

Quote from: MeltingMan on July 03, 2015, 13:46:24
Correct me if I'm wrong,but the original is a 1985 masterpiece.Enjoy it!


https://youtu.be/u9BzP0socs0


I know it is in the Black Celebration album that was released on March 1986

http://archives.depechemode.com/discography/albums/08_blackcelebration.html
Lets my memory be perverted to the uses    
Of lying and oppression.    
My lovers and their children must not be dispossessed of me;
I would be the untarnished possession forever
Of those for whom I lived.
(Spoon River Anthology, E.L.M.)

MeltingMan

Yes Susanna you're right. The album track is from 1986, but it was also an initial
B-Side for It's Called A Heart, released in 1985. Definite not a run-of-the-mill song. ;)
N'importe, l'amitié féminine repose mieux de la solitude, elle nous complète.

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MeltingMan

N'importe, l'amitié féminine repose mieux de la solitude, elle nous complète.

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MeltingMan

Happy Birthday, Vince!

Reed & Caroline  :smth023
N'importe, l'amitié féminine repose mieux de la solitude, elle nous complète.

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