Depeche Mode - See You - 80`s Synth Dance - 12" EP

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Depeche Mode - See You

Label: Sire Records Company
Catalog#: 92 99570
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Record is gold stamped promo on back cover
Record is VG++
Cover s VG+ VG++ light ringwear and edgewear

Country: Canada
Released: 1982
Genre: Electronic
Style: Synth-pop
Credits: Producer - Daniel Miller
Notes: Produced by Daniel Miller & Depeche Mode.
Rating: 5/5


A1 See You (Extended Version)

A2 Now, This Is Fun (Extended Version)

B1 The Meaning Of Love (Fairly Odd Mix)

B2 See You

During the touring and promotion for Speak & Spell, Clarke began to privately voice his discomfort at the direction the band was taking. He later expressed his agitation that "there was never enough time to do anything". In late 1981, Clarke publicly announced that he was leaving Depeche Mode. Soon afterwards, he joined with blues singer Alison Moyet to form Yazoo (Yaz in the US) and later, the duo Erasure with Andy Bell, in 1985. With their primary songwriter gone, Depeche Mode needed a new direction. Martin Gore, who had written "Tora! Tora! Tora!" and "Big Muff" for their debut album, took over as the band's new songwriter. In January 1982, the band released "See You", their first single without Clarke, which against all expectations, managed to beat all three Clarke-penned singles in the UK charts, reaching #6.

The B-side to "See You" is "Now, This is Fun". The extended version has a bigger bridge in the middle and a longer ending, with David Gahan sometimes shouting "This is funny!" instead of "This is real fun!".

Depeche Mode - See You

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Condition Used
Format 12"
Label Sire Records
Artist Depeche Mode