That Time I Remixed a Depeche Mode Song

More than a dozen years ago (yikes) Depeche Mode did a contest where they invited people to remix their then-latest single “I Feel Love,” for some prize I do not remember because, yeah, like I was going to win. Nevertheless I’m a Depeche Mode fan and I thought it would be fun to take a crack at it. I posted the resulting remix before, but now I have the ability to do the little clicky streaming thing, so I thought I’d post again. Here you go.

And for compare and contrast, the original single.

(I did not, in fact, win the contest. Oh, well. At least I had that writing thing to fall back on.)

3 Comments on “That Time I Remixed a Depeche Mode Song”

  1. There are soooo many remixes of that song that were officially released, and your version sounds like at least three of them. It’s not bad. The boys should do three-part harmony more often (sadly there are only two people who can sing in the band).

  2. Most of my musical taste was formed in the 80’s post punk new age era. I’ve evolved and expanded since then, but find it difficult to imagine remixing an Iggy Izalea song in 20 years. But you never know.

    Had an amazing déjà vu experience when I went to a party where the host was playing Roxy Music, Avalon. I swear, it transported me back to another time.

  3. Melanie Marttila – Eyes on the skies, head in the clouds, #actuallyautistic author Melanie Marttila writes poetry and speculative tales of hope in the face of adversity. She lives and writes in Sudbury, Ontario, in the house where three generations of her family have lived, on the street that bears her surname, with her spouse and their dog. "Golden Ratio," Polar Starlight 4, December 2021; "The Wolf You Feed," Home for the Howlidays, November 2021; "Encoded," Sulphur X, August 2021; "A Poet's Apprentice," Polar Borealis #18, May 2021; "Illusion," Polar Borealis #17, February 2021; "Visiting Endymion," Polar Borealis #16, October 2020; "Fire and Ice," Polar Borealis #15, June 2020 and Stellar Evolutions: The best of the first fifteen issues of Polar Borealis; "Relativity Speaking," Polar Borealis #14, April 2020; "Cicadas" and "Molly Finder," Sudbury Ink, 2016; "Downtime," On Spec, Fall 2014; "The Broken Places," Bastion Science Fiction Magazine, June 2014.
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    I’m a Depeche Mode fan too! It’s awesome that you did it and fabulous that you entered the result in a contest. You can’t win unless you try. That’s something I try to remind myself of every day :)

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