A-ha cover Depeche Mode's 'A question of lust'Posted on 28/07/09
A-ha is quite hot in the UK. After headlining the iTunes live Festival on July 24th in London, the band now also did a 7-track set for the BBC 2 radio show by Dermot O'Leary. Between their own songs they surprisingly also played "A question of lust" by Depeche Mode. Also included in the seven song set for Dermot O'Leary live from the BBC's Maida Vale studios in London were "The Sun Always Shines On TV", "Take On Me", "Hunting High & Low", "Foot Of The Mountain" and "Riding The Crest" and the 2006 single "Analogue". Listen to the Depeche Mode cover after the jump ! The new A-ha album is yours for just 8,99 EURO if you order it right here (shipping for free worldwide).
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Posted by: silentsister on Jul 31, 09 | 12:23 am
Amazing honor shines through in this cover. DM is the most mixed band in the world, for a reason. If a band from the same generation felt it too, AND promoted their own music, by all means share it! Thank YOU! That's what music is for.
Posted by: VinceG137 on Jul 29, 09 | 9:24 pm
holy shit. that's good
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