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Depeche Mode - But Not Tonight (1986) [12'' Single]

10-04-2016, 18:31
Pop | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Title: But Not Tonight
Year Of Release: 1986
Label: Sire
Genre: Electronic, Synth-pop
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit / 96kHz]
Total Time: 00:21:40
Total Size: 236 Mb

"But Not Tonight" is a single released in the United States by synth-pop band Depeche Mode. In the UK the single was flipped and "Stripped" was the A-side released as the first single from Black celebration. The band's U.S. label Sire Records, however, decided to use the B-side "But Not Tonight" on the soundtrack to the movie Modern Girls and included the song on US editions of Black Celebration. As a result, the single was flipped, and released as "But Not Tonight" in the United States to help promote the movie. The band was not happy with this decision, seeing "But Not Tonight" as a useless pop track recorded in less than a day. The single did not chart. Surprisingly, despite previous criticism of the song by the band, an acoustic version of "But Not Tonight" was sometimes performed by Martin Gore on Depeche Mode’s Delta Machine Tour and is included in the 2014 album "Live in Berlin.

The two B-Sides are "Breathing in Fumes" and "Black Day". "Breathing in Fumes" was a new song using samples from "Stripped", mixed by the band and Thomas Stiehler. "Black Day" is an acoustic, alternate version of "Black Celebration" sung by Martin Gore, and is co-written by him, Alan Wilder, and producer Daniel Miller – the only Depeche Mode song where Miller receives a writing credit.

The 7" and 12" versions on the US "But Not Tonight" single are different versions than used on the UK singles – they were remixed by Robert Margouleff.


1. But Not Tonight (Extended Mix) (6:17)
2. Breathing In Fumes (6:04)
3. Stripped (Highland Mix) (6:42)
4. Black Day (2:37)

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