Monday, May 16, 2011

Depeche Mode video for 'Personal Jesus (The Stargate Mix)': match with Witch Hunt?

If I am to be honest I've always preferred the original themes as the group posted on their albums, and neither the remixer boldest or most bailongo have been improved. For Depeche Mode but I still think the same thing throughout his long career we surprised us with good remixes like the one in question, 'Personal Jesus (The Stargate Mix).

" This new version of one of the classics of the band from Basildon, one of the more versions and recognized by the general public, has been chosen by them and their record company to be the hook Remixes 2: 81-11, and comes with a video to match. The last artifact of remixes of Depeche Mode will be released on June 7 and has the incentive of participation in it of two of its excomponentes: Vince Clarke and Alan Wilder.

The video of Personal Jesus (The Stargate Mix) is signed by Patrick Daughters and Martin Ruhe and tells a story similar to that which is revealed at the beginning of witch hunts, the new Nicolas Cage movie. Apart from the use of black and white footage in the first instance to me it seemed like leftover material from this film.

The same scene of the crowd thronging a bridge, carried on wings witch and hung upside down from a rope and thrown into the vacuum to be submerged in the dark current of fresh water to meet death by drowning. Here the filmmakers play with cash and special effects that fit perfectly with a version that seems even better serve the basic sound clip.

The enigmatic witch rising from the depth, the effect of boiling water splashing the crowd spectator, suffering burns on his skin, are extremely shocking images to give an outstanding addition to the authors, the same note that you must have the remix. I and I have reserved my copy of Remixes 2: 81-11 in sixfold vinyl, do less to be a fan of the band! And you?

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