Martin Gore (Depeche Mode) delivers backing vocals on new Nitzer Ebb track 'Once you see'Posted on 06/11/07
Depeche Mode songwriter Martin Lee Gore has delivered backing vocals for the brand new Nitzer Ebb track "Once you see" which was played by Dave Clarke in his White Noise show on VPRO's 3 Voor 12. The airing dates already from a while ago, namely June 16th but not much attention seems to have been given to it by the media. You can hear the track here (the second song after the news) where it premiered during Dave Clarke's show for the Dutch radio station. The presence of Martin Gore on the track as backing vocalist was confirmed to us by Douglas McCarthy last night. No releasedate is known yet for this track as a single. Above is the live version brought by the band during the 2007 edition of the Gothic Festival in Waregem, Belgium (the song is miss labeled here as "once you say"). In the meantime you can find a "Murderous" live video the "Into The Darkness" DVD. The clip was recorded last year during NEP's 'Body of work' tour at the Markthalle in Hamburg. And you can also hear a new track, "Payroll (JohnO Mix)", on the forthcoming "SAW IV" soundtrack.
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Posted by: Side-Line on Nov 07, 07 | 10:25 am
The link has been altered.
Posted by: IH8ToRegister on Nov 06, 07 | 8:59 pm
Bernard, what are the rumors about the next DM album?
Posted by: snewzki on Nov 06, 07 | 8:57 pm
The link to the song is semi-rubbish. It should link to uur 1 not uur 2. Otherwise good stuff.
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