Depeche Mode ‎– Master And Servant (U.S. Black & Blue Version)

Label:
Sire ‎– 92 02830, Mute ‎– 92 02830
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single
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Variations of this Canadian 12”:
1) SIRE ® to the upper right of SIRE logo, long black copyright (some with gold stamped promo) (this one)
2) SIRE to the upper right of SIRE logo, long black copyright
3) SIRE ® to the below the SIRE logo, long black copyright
3) SIRE to the upper right of SIRE logo, ® (black) under SIRE, long black copyright

Tracks are incrementally numbered on the back cover.

Release is titled 'Master And Servant (U.S. Black & Blue Version)' on the front cover and '"Master & Servant"/(Set Me Free) Remotivate Me"/"Are People People?"' on the spine.

© 1984 Sire Records Company. ℗ 1984 Sire Records Company. WEA Music of Canada, Ltd., a Warner Communications Company. Printed in Canada.

Recorded at Music Works, London.
Mixed at Hansa Mischraum, Berlin.

Track A original version available on the Sire album "Some Great Reward" (92 51941).
All tracks published by Emile Music ASCAP.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runouts): 92-02830-A QU
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runouts): 92-02830-B QU

Other Versions (5 of 88) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7 BONG 6 Depeche Mode Master And Servant(7", Single) Mute 7 BONG 6 UK 1984 Sell This Version
INT 126.826, L 12 BONG 6, L12 BONG 6 Depeche Mode Master And Servant (An ON-USound Science Fiction Dance Hall Classic) (12", Maxi) Mute, Mute, Mute INT 126.826, L 12 BONG 6, L12 BONG 6 Germany 1984 Sell This Version
92 02830 Depeche Mode Master And Servant (U.S. Black & Blue Version)(12", Maxi) Sire, Mute 92 02830 Canada 1984 Sell This Version
SPTO-7473 Depeche Mode Master And Servant (An ON-USound Science Fiction Dance Hall Classic) = Señor Y Esclavo(12", Maxi, Ltd, Num) RCA, Mute SPTO-7473 Spain 1984 Sell This Version
INT 111.821, 7 Bong 6 Depeche Mode Master And Servant(7", Single, Red) Mute, Mute INT 111.821, 7 Bong 6 Germany 1984 Sell This Version

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October 19, 2013
The Adrian Sherwood remix is an absolute mind-blowing masterpiece from another dimension. One drawback: although written by a top producer for a top band on a top label, it is poorly produced (from the point of view of the sound quality), and is not optimal for playing loud on sound systems. Had it been a bit longer, and produced "loud and clear", it would have reached unquestionable perfection.