March 27, 2011 12:11

Depeche Mode releasing 1981-2011 remix album in June

'Remixes 2: 81-11' will be out on June 6

Depeche Mode releasing 1981-2011 remix album in June

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Depeche Mode are releasing a new remix compilation album in June.

The album, 'Remixes 2: 81-11', will be out on June 6. It follows their 2004 collection, 'Remixes 81-04'.

UNKLE, Peter, Bjorn and John, Eric Prydz, and Röyksopp are among the acts whose remixes feature on the album.

It will be available as a one-disc and three-disc set. See for more information.

The tracklistings of Remixes 2: 81-11 are:

One-disc version:

'Dream On' (Bushwacka Tough Guy)
'Personal Jesus' (The Stargate)
'Suffer Well' (M83)
'John The Revelator' (UNKLE)
'In Chains' (Tigerskin's No Sleep)
'Peace' (SixToes)
'Tora! Tora! Tora!' (Karlsson And Winnberg)
'Never Let Me Down Again' (Eric Prydz)
'I Want It All' (Roland M.Dill)
'Wrong' (Trentemøller)
'Puppets' (Röyksopp)
'Everything Counts' (Oliver Huntemann And Stephan Bodzin Dub)
'A Pain That I'm Used To' (Jacques Lu Cont)

Three-disc version:

Disc One:

'Dream On' (Bushwacka Tough Guy)
'Suffer Well' (M83)
'John The Revelator' (UNKLE)
'In Chains' (Tigerskin's No Sleep)
'Peace' (SixToes)
'Lilian' (Chab Vocal)
'Never Let Me Down Again' (Digitalism)
'Corrupt' (Efdemin)
'Everything Counts' (Oliver Huntemann And Stephan Bodzin Dub)
'Happiest Girl' (The Pulsating Orbital Vocal Mix)
'Walking In My Shoes' (Anandamidic Mix)
'Personal Jesus' (The Stargate Mix)
'Slowblow' (Darren Price)

Disc Two

'Wrong Trentemøller' (Club)
'World In My Eyes' (Dub In My Eyes)
'Fragile Tension' (Peter Bjorn and John)
'Strangelove' (Tim Simenon/Mark Saunders)
'A Pain That I'm Used To' (Jacques Lu Cont)
'The Darkest Star' (Monolake)
'I Feel You' (Helmet At The Helm)
'Higher Love' (Adrenaline Mix)
'Fly On The Windscreen' (Death Mix)
'Barrel Of A Gun' (United Mix)
'Only When I Lose Myself' (Dan The Automator)
'Ghost' (Le Weekend)

Disc Three:

'Personal Jesus' (Alex Metric)
'Never Let Me Down Again' (Eric Prydz)
'Behind The Wheel' Vince Clarke)
'Leave In Silence' (Claro Intelecto 'The Last Time')
'In Chains' (Alan Wilder)
'When The Body Speaks' (Karlsson And Winnberg)
'Puppets' (Röyksopp)
'Tora! Tora! Tora!' (Karlsson And Winnberg)
'Freestate' (Clark)
'I Want It All' (Roland M Dill)
'A Question Of Time' (Joebot Presents 'Radio Face')
'Personal Jesus' (Sie Medway-Smith)

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