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  • Singer: Depeche Mode
  • Album: Where's The Revolution [Remixes]
  • MP3: 1585 mb | FLAC/APE: 1485 mb | WMA: 1717 mb
  • Released: 2017
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Synth-pop, Indie Pop, Indie Rock
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 438
Depeche Mode - Where's The Revolution [Remixes]

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A1 Where's The Revolution (Autolux Remix)
Drums, Programmed By – Carla AzarMixed By – Stuart WhiteRemix, Producer, Recorded By, Engineer – AutoluxSynth, Guitar – Greg Edwards
A2 Where's The Revolution (Pearson Sound Remix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – D. Kennedy*Remix – Pearson Sound
B1 Where's The Revolution (Algiers Click Farm Remix)
Mixed By – Dr MaplesRemix – Algiers
B2 Where's The Revolution (Simian Mobile Disco Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Simian Mobile Disco
B3 Where's The Revolution (Pearson Sound Beatless Remix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – D. Kennedy*Remix – Pearson Sound
C1 Where's The Revolution (Simian Mobile Disco Dub)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Simian Mobile Disco
C2 Where's The Revolution (Terence Fixmer Spatial Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Terence Fixmer
D1 Where's The Revolution (Patrice Bäumel Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Patrice Bäumel
D2 Where's The Revolution (Ewan Pearson Kompromat Dub)
Mixed By [Additional Mixing] – Klas-Henrik Lindblad*Remix, Producer [Additional Production], Programmed By – Ewan Pearson

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Sony Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Venusnote Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Venusnote Limited
  • Licensed To – Columbia Records
  • Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Published By – Sony ATV Music Corp.
  • Published By – Grabbing Hands Music Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Santa Barbara Sound Design
  • Recorded At – Jungle City Studios
  • Mixed At – Jungle City Studios
  • Produced For – 365 Artists
  • Produced At – World Of Apples
  • Mixed At – BlackHead Studios
  • Mastered At – Alchemy Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – SST Brüggemann GmbH
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Manufactured By – Columbia Records
  • Distributed By – Columbia Records
  • Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment International Services GmbH


  • Artwork [All Visuals], Art Direction – Anton Corbijn
  • Drums – James Ford
  • Engineer [Engineered By] – Jimmy Robertson
  • Lacquer Cut By – SST AL
  • Mastered By [Remixes Mastered By] – Matt Colton (tracks: A2, B3), Patrick Karnik (tracks: A1, B1, B2, C1 to D2)
  • Mixed By – James Ford
  • Mixed By [Mix Engineer] – Jimmy Robertson
  • Producer [Produced By] – James Ford
  • Programmed By [Programming By] – Kurt Uenala, Matrixxman
  • Technician [Mix Assistant] – Brendan Morawski
  • Technician [Studio Assistants] – Brendan Morawski, Connor Long*, David Schaeman, Oscar Munoz
  • Written-By – Martin L. Gore


Sticker on front states:
"Depeche Mode
Where's The
Double Vinyl
9 Remixes
88985420031 S1"

Recorded at Sound Design (Santa Barbara, CA) and Jungle City (New York, NY)
Mixed at Jungle City (New York, NY)
Tracks A2 & B3 mastered at Alchemy Mastering (London)
Track D2 additional production for 365 Artists at World of Apples (London)
Additional mixing at BlackHead Studios (Berlin)

Published by Sony / ATV Music Corp. o/b/o itself and Grabbing Hands Music Ltd. (BMI)
℗ & © 2017 Venusnote Ltd. under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Manufactured and Distributed by Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Sony Music Entertainment International Services GmbH, PO Box 510, 33311 Gütersloh, Germany.
Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 8985-42003-1 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 889854200312
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 88985420031A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 88985420031B
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side C): 88985420031C
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side D): 88985420031D
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 88985420031 A SST /L MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 88985420031 B SST /L MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C): 88985420031 C SST /L MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D): 88985420031 D SST /L MPO
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Label Code: LC00162

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
0886446298962 Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution ‎(File, FLAC, Single) Columbia 0886446298962 Europe 2017
none Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution (Remixes) ‎(9xFile, AAC, Single) Columbia none UK, Europe & US 2017
none Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Columbia, Sony Music none Europe 2017
none Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution ‎(File, AAC, 256) Columbia none 2017
88985420022 Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution [Remixes] ‎(CD, Single) Columbia, Mute 88985420022 Taiwan 2017

It's worth pointing out that Amazon UK have just added this to their autorip library so if you bought it from them it can now be downloaded.They're still mostly terrible though.
After listening to all of these soulless remixes I ask myself: Where's the revolution?
It sounds like a lot of work to me and I've yet to see an enthusiastic review.I understand sometimes with new musical sounds you have to give it a chance and listen to it a few times; then you 'get it', it can become your favourite. That has happened a few times with DM remixes. But then there is also the alternative to 'challenging music': bad music . . .
Hey Guys, I have this 12' but haven't opened it. Does it come with a download code?
Mine didn't come with a download code. I bought it from amazon and there was no download from them either.
Rocky Basilisk
Truly horrible remixes. The first job of a remixer should be to listen to the Depeche Mode 12"s from the mid-80s.
WHAT WAS IT? Total waste of time and money! :/ Not the best press at all - too scratchy. Sounds like a heavy used record. Maybe it's just my copy sucks though...
I hate harshly critiquing music because I respect the art but I have to agree with the others that say these remixes are an extreme let down. They seem really lazily done. This is Depeche Mode, I would expect much more from these electronic rock giants. These tracks are kind of a bore they don't try to capture the emotive depth of the actual music and sound dry. I'll give it another listen or so but wouldn't dish out the dough for this biscuit
I don't disagree with you here, but when was the last time DM had any good remixes done anyway? They always bring in Ewan Pearson who does a by-the-numbers tech house mix, then a handful of others who do pretty standard remixes -- it's a formula to them now rather than an artistic experiment. Gone are the days where DM set the standard for remixes, they're a brand by this point. To be fair, the Patrice Bäumel Remix is pretty good, though.
Ok, so having played this 12" for the past couple of days it's starting to grow on me. Whilst the A side is a bit of a let down, it gets stronger as you work your way through the mixes. its worth buying just for sides B/C/D in my opinion.
I'd like to help maintain the resale value of my copy of this by giving it a decent write up but it's pretty much just a bunch of generic dance beats with the odd vocal sample on top. As others have suggested, the Algiers Click Farm Remix is the worst of the lot. The Pearson Sound Beatless Remix has a decent chilled electronic vibe to it but but bears no relation to the original track.Also, it doesn't come with a download code card (or at least mine didn't).
I bought mine from Amazon and there was no download available from there either.
The 'Algiers Click Farm Remix' makes my head hurt..... badly.
Whereas the Algiers mix on the CD is my favourite mix of all the versions. These vinyl mixes are very disappointing.
Where's the creation? What's happening with DM remixes?? The 2 bests versions on this double 12" are on The D-side, a progressive, danceable, melodic and delicate version by Patrice Baümel and a dub mix by Ewan Pearson: much more interesting than his sloppy regular non-stop CD mix, seems like a revised version. A2 Pearson Sound Mix is fun and can be played either at 33 or 45 Rpm. The other remixes will be soon forgotten, they are all dissonance, saturation and lack of work, like 90% of the remixes done since 2009, a wiser choice of remixers needs to be done...there's big great mixes to be built with DM sounds ! Come on DM !! The remix revolution !!!
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