Depeche Mode ‎– Enjoy The Silence·04

Reprise Records ‎– 42757-2, Mute ‎– 42757-2
CD, Maxi-Single

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1 Enjoy The Silence (Reinterpreted By Mike Shinoda)
Drums – Mike Shinoda, Rob BourdonMixed By – Mark "Spike" Stent*Mixed By [2nd Assistant] – Rob HaggettMixed By [Assisted] – David TreahearnRemix [Reinterpreted], Guitar, Bass, Piano, Keyboards – Mike Shinoda
2 Enjoy The Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)
Bass – Martin GontarskiInstruments [All Other Instruments] – Martin ButtrichKeyboards [Rhodes] – Ritchie Staringer, Sven KaiserRemix, Producer – Martin Buttrich, Timo MaasStrings – Sven Kaiser
3 Enjoy The Silence (Ewan Pearson Extended Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Ewan Pearson
4 Enjoy The Silence (Richard X Extended Mix)
Engineer, Mixed By – Pete HofmannRemix – Richard X
5 World In My Eyes (Cicada Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Cicada
6 Something To Do (Black Strobe Remix)
Remix – Black StrobeRemix, Producer [Additional] – Arnaud Rebotini, Ivan Smagghe

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This US version was released later than the UK ones and contains mixes taken from all three UK CDs.

Reprise/Mute/42757-2 on spine.

©℗ 2004 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the U.S.
Made in U.S.A.

Standard jewel case with an embossed Warner “W” logo identity.
Front insert: 4-page bifold, color print exterior and interior.
Back insert: color print exterior and interior.
Disc tray: clear.
CD: 1 spot-color print (purple).

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  • Barcode (Back Of Inlay Scanned): 093624275725
  • Barcode (Back Of Inlay Text): 0 9362-42757-2 5
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Other Versions (5 of 25) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDBong34, 0724386753625, CDBONG34 Depeche Mode Enjoy The Silence·04(CD, Single, CD1) Mute, Mute, Mute CDBong34, 0724386753625, CDBONG34 Europe 2004 Sell This Version
none Depeche Mode Enjoy The Silence (Remix)(Betacam SP, PAL) Mute Records none UK 2004 Sell This Version
i BONG 34 Depeche Mode Enjoy The Silence 04 (Reinterpreted by Mike Shinoda)(File, MP3, 320) Mute i BONG 34 UK 2004
RCDBONG34, 0724386762320 Depeche Mode Enjoy The Silence·04(CD, Single, Promo) Mute, Mute RCDBONG34, 0724386762320 Europe 2004 Sell This Version
XL12BONG34, 0724381619766 Depeche Mode Remixes··04(12", Single, Ltd) Mute, Mute XL12BONG34, 0724381619766 Europe 2004 Sell This Version


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July 9, 2016

Sadly, these are all very boring remixes. None of the ETS mixes come even close to any of the original Kevorkian/Quad/Daniel Miller mixes.
(Maas) Buttrich adds the Mars Attacks flavour, Richard X tries out a Bass Line flirt, but all endeavours fall completely flat in comparison w the 1990 "originals".
The Cicada WIME refix is at least tolerable, as Black Strobe's STD, if still not really needed.

Don't get me wrong, I love remixes, I can't have enough 12"s/refixes, cause there's usually the odd gem once in a while, but these? zzzzzz..... I wrote this in 2016, and it was the same in 2004.


January 24, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
In celebrations of the massive end-of-2004 remix collection, new mixes of DM's most chart-successful track were issued. Track-by-track analysis: Mike Shinoda's version sounds like "Numb (Part 63)"; so if you're a Linkin Park fanatic, you'll love it; if not, you'll avoid it. My favorite mix here is by Timo and Martin. You could tell that a lot of thought and care went into doing this because everything about this is just stellar and breathtaking beautiful, even with the darker chords added. They didn't want this to simply be a re-hash of old stuff; instead, their mix is forward-thinking and inventive. Surprisingly, it's at 123 BPM, which may be off-putting for some; not for me at all. DM, I'm sure, are proud of the job done here. One of Timo's best works ever, right alongside Green Velvet and Kelis. The Ewan Pearson and Richard X mixes have more in common with the original 1990 mix, so retro-heads may vibe with those more. Ewan adds more acid-house/electro tweaking to his rub; and Richard X adds stuff that may make it indistinguishable from those early '90s productions. This package also has a tough, mildly progressive rework of "World In My Eyes" by Cicada that gets beeter for me with each listen. Finally, Black Strobe's mix of "Something To Do" - don't get it at all. Fans of older DM material will likely flock to it, though. I think the "this is something to do" vocal phrase that keeps repeating in this mix got in the heads of Strobe too much on this one. Overall, for me, 5 out of 6 is pretty good; the Timo Maas rub of ETS makes it essential (why wasn't that on the single-CD Best of Remixes set?). Don't be surprised if more classic were unearthed for more new mixes - but they likely won't be as good as these ones.