Depeche Mode ‎– Just Can't Get Enough (Schizo Mix)

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Mute ‎– 12 MUTE 016
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single, Damont
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© Mute music 1981
℗ Mute records

The release was originally issued in a thin semi-glossy cover,
Including a generic inner sleeve without two corners.

Three similar UK releases exist :
1) Also issued in a thin sleeve, with similar runouts (repressed by MVS (Record Pressing) Ltd.).
2) Issued in a cardboard sleeve without barcode (pressed a first time by MPO).
3) Issued in a cardboard sleeve with an additional barcode (repressed by MPO).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: none
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 1): 12 mUTE 016 A₂ EG A PORKY PRIME CUT BETTER THAN A SLAP İN THE FACE WITH A WET FİSH
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 1): 12 mUTE 016 B₁ POSH CLOBBER COULD CLINCHE İT . EG PORKY .
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, variant 2): 12 MUTE 016 A₁ EG A PORKY PRIME CUT. BETTER THAN A SLAP IN THE FACE WITH A WET FISH
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, variant 2): 12 MUTE 016 B₁ EG POSH CLOBBER COULD CLINCHE IT. PORKY.

Other Versions (5 of 62) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7 MUTE 016 Depeche Mode Just Can't Get Enough(7", Single, Sol) Mute 7 MUTE 016 UK 1981 Sell This Version
R2 78889C, CDMUTE 16, CD MUTE 16 Depeche Mode Just Can't Get Enough(CD, Single, RP, J-C) Reprise Records, Mute, Mute R2 78889C, CDMUTE 16, CD MUTE 16 US 2004 Sell This Version
7 MUTE 016, MUTE 016 Depeche Mode Just Can't Get Enough(7", Single, Sol) Mute, Mute 7 MUTE 016, MUTE 016 Sweden 1981 Sell This Version
POW-0053 Depeche Mode Just Can't Get Enough(7", Single) Powderworks, Mute POW-0053 Australia 1982 Sell This Version
SRE50029 Depeche Mode Just Can't Get Enough(7", Single, Mono, Promo) Sire SRE50029 US 1981 Sell This Version

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May 11, 2013

The 'schizo mix' is a fairly standard, pointless extended mix. It teases in nicely with stripped down percussion before building into the full track, then goes into an extended instrumental section...you can hear the band playing along, trying to sound like sequencers, but just slightly out-of-sync with the main rhythm track. then a fairly tedious extended coda.
the b-side 'altered' version of Any Second Now is another matter entirely. Dispensing with Martin Gore's vocals, this average album track is revealed as a beautifully programmed, highly detailed and evolving slice of intrumental electronica that would put most modern-day 'cold wave' artists to shame. when the drums finally come in near the end the effect is quite startling as the carefully evolving synth sequences are given a sudden dynamic lift. A great track, and I suspect a great example of one of Vince Clarke's earliest adventures in deep anaologue exploration.