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Monday, 1 February 2010

Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough

'Just Can't Get Enough' is the third UK single by Depeche Mode. It was originally released in the UK in September 1981, and was also the band's first single to be released in the United States, on February 18, 1982.

The song, a riff-driven Synthpop piece, was the final single to be written by founder member Vince Clarke, who would leave the band in December 1981. The song was included on the band's first album, Speak and Spell, which was released a month after the single.

The single version of 'Just Can't Get Enough' is the same version that appears on the UK version of Speak and Spell. The 12" single featured a 'Schizo Mix', which is an extended version with a different intro and an ambient tune popping up after the choruses. This version appears on the US version of Speak and Spell, the UK rerelease of Speak and Spell, the rerelease of The Singles (81-85) and Remixes 81 - 04.

In addition, the single's B-side 'Any Second Now' was the first commercially available Depeche Mode instrumental. It shows up on the UK rerelease of Speak and Spell. A version including vocals (the first Depeche Mode vocals to be handled by Martin Gore) would appear on the album as 'Any Second Now (Voices)'. There is also an extended version, the 'Altered" Mix'. In the United States, the B-side is 'Tora! Tora! Tora!'. On the album, the song is crossfaded with the previous track, 'Photographic', but on the single, the introduction is clean.

The single reached number 8 on the UK Singles Chart and number 26 on the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, making it their highest-charting single at the time on both counts. It also became the band's first (and biggest) hit in Australia, reaching number 4.

'Just Can't Get Enough' was the first Depeche Mode song to get a music video. It is the only Depeche Mode video with Vince Clarke. The director was Clive Richardson.

Click the link below to download the following:

Single Version
Schizo Mix
Alexampler Xtended Version
Electro Mix
Electro REmix 2007
Any Second Now - B-Side
Any Second Now - Voices


Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough - Video

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