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SHARE: DM "A Question Of Lust (USA Remix Edit)"

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SHARE: DM "A Question Of Lust (USA Remix Edit)"

Postby Fred Taghon » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:21 pm

This is NOT one of my re-creations. This is my own vinyl transfer of the Robert Margouleff remix of Depeche Mode's "A Question Of Lust" - the same guy who did the great remixes of "But Not Tonight" for the US market. This is probably my favorite version of this song - I love how the music is more subdued during the verses, highlighting Martin's vocal. And I like the focus on the little bleepy arpegio bit at the opening.

I bought a mint copy of the 1986 USA Promo 12" about 15yrs ago and digitized it. While backing up my Depeche Mode collection this week I decided my original transfer could use a little EQ tweaking and figured since I've been sharing some rare edits, why not share this as well. I probably posted this in MP3 format here long ago, but I think the EQ adjustment sounds much better and am sharing it now in FLAC:

Depeche Mode "A Question Of Lust (USA Remix Edit)" 3:54
https://www.sendspace.com/file/he2at0


The 12" sleeve states timing as "3:45" but when I recorded it, I matched the vinyl to the exact tempo of the album version on my "Black Celebration" CD and it is in fact 3:54
https://www.discogs.com/Depeche-Mode-A- ... ase/548614

This same mix was also on the USA Promo 7"
https://www.discogs.com/Depeche-Mode-A- ... ase/846907

And on the Back-To-Back Hits USA 7" with "People Are People" (which is where I first heard this remix)
https://www.discogs.com/Depeche-Mode-Pe ... ase/643468
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Re: SHARE: DM "A Question Of Lust (USA Remix Edit)"

Postby maccafan076 » Sun Nov 26, 2017 2:49 pm

Thanks for another one :)
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Re: SHARE: DM "A Question Of Lust (USA Remix Edit)"

Postby Freshy » Tue Dec 12, 2017 7:44 pm

Do you happen to have the single version of Nothing - remix edit.. I have the 45 and it was the b-side of strangelove.. Just don't have a record player anymore and i always thought it was the best version.
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Re: SHARE: DM "A Question Of Lust (USA Remix Edit)"

Postby Fred Taghon » Tue Dec 12, 2017 11:26 pm

Freshy wrote:Do you happen to have the single version of Nothing - remix edit.. I have the 45 and it was the b-side of strangelove.. Just don't have a record player anymore and i always thought it was the best version.


I sent you a PM Freshy

I agree, the Justin Strauss remixes of "Nothing" were fantastic! Both the full-length remix AND the 7" edit are included on the "Everything Counts Live" CD-Single that is part of the "Singles 4 (19-24)" Box Set released in 2004.
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