Depeche Mode - Black Celebration Album
|1||Dressed In Black||2:32|
|3||It Doesn't Matter Two||2:50|
|5||A Question Of Time||4:10|
|6||World Full Of Nothing||2:50|
|7||Fly On The Windscreen - Final|
Recorded By – Dave AllenRecorded By [Assistant] – Phil Tennant
|8||Here Is The House||4:15|
|9||A Question Of Lust||4:20|
|STUMM 26||Depeche Mode||Black Celebration (LP, Album, Emb)||Mute||STUMM 26||UK||1986|
|92 54294||Depeche Mode||Black Celebration (Cass, Album)||Sire||92 54294||Canada||1986|
|C STUMM 26||Depeche Mode||Black Celebration (Cass, Album, RE)||Mute||C STUMM 26||UK||Unknown|
|1-25429, 9 25429-1||Depeche Mode||Black Celebration (LP, Album, Non)||Sire, Mute, Sire, Mute||1-25429, 9 25429-1||US||1986|
|CD STUMM 26, INT 836.809||Depeche Mode||Black Celebration (CD, Album, RE)||Mute, Mute||CD STUMM 26, INT 836.809||Germany||1993|
- Artwork [Covergestaltung] – D.A. Jones, M. Higenbottam, M. Atkins
- Engineer [Assistant] – Peter Schmidt, Richard Sullivan
- Featuring [Performed By] – Alan Wilder, Andrew Fletcher, David Gahan, Martin L. Gore
- Lacquer Cut By – Δ
- Mastered By – Tim Young
- Photography By – Brian Griffin
- Photography By [Assistant] – Stuart Graham
- Producer – Daniel Miller, Depeche Mode, Gareth Jones
- Written-By – M.L. Gore
"LIFE IN THE SO CALLED SPACE AGE"
Programmed at Worldwide International.
Recorded & mixed at Westside, London & Hansa, Berlin except "Fly on the Windscreen" recorded at Genetic, re-mixed at Hansa, Berlin.
"Sample Only - Not For Re-Sale" printed on labels
Cover is Gold Promo Stamped
"Promotion Only Not For Sale"
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): Δ MX 217147 STUMM 26 - 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): Δ MX 217148 STUMM 26 - 2
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): MX217147
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): MX217148
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Recorded At – Westside Studios
- Recorded At – Hansa Tonstudios
- Mixed At – Westside Studios
- Mixed At – Hansa Tonstudios
- Recorded At – Genetic Studios
- Remixed At – Hansa Tonstudios
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