Mute logo still appearing on new Sony released Depeche Mode singlePosted on 30/01/13
Some pointed out that there will be a Mute logo on the Depeche Mode's "Heaven" CD single. That's correct but the appearance of the logo is merely a symbolic thing only and has nothing to do with the Mute label as such as they are in no way involved. The label's boss Daniel Miller is still acting as some kind of A&R man for the band though. Depeche Mode used to be signed to the label for several decades and kinda got automatically associated with it over that period of time.
In the meantime, the new single "Heaven" and it's B-side have leaked allover the net. Although the leading track is 'a miserable attempt to stay rocky' to quote a Side-Line reader, the B-side "All that's mine" is the real pearl. Or to put it in the words of our Side-Line editor Elise Din: "The one who chose the single and banned that track to the B-side should be shot (and not Simon Cowell)."
You can order the 2 versions of the new single (a 2 track and a maxi-single) now at Amazon USA, Amazon UK and Amazon DE.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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