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  1. The "Highland Mix" of "Stripped" was mixed by Mark Ellis (better known as Flood), who in the future would produce Depeche Mode's Violator and Songs of Faith and Devotion records. Some editions of the Black Celebration CD include the extended remix of "But Not Tonight" along with "Black Day" and "Breathing in Fumes" as bonus ballarnfeziussaikelv.infoinfo: 7", 12", CD.
  2. Stripped (Single Version) ; But Not Tonight ; Stripped (Highland Mix) ; But Not Tonight (Extended Remix) ; Breathing In Fumes ; Fly On The Windscreen (Quiet Mix) ; Black Day .
  3. It is commonly referred to as the "Soundtrack Mix". It is only found on an extremely rare acetate. The "Modern Girls" soundtrack, the 7 inch and 12 inch "But Not Tonight" singles, and "The Complete Depeche Mode" (iTunes) are the only way to obtain these Robert Margouleff commercial mixes. Select a single by clicking on a single cover below.
  4. About “Fly on the Windscreen”. “Fly On The Windscreen” is the 2nd track on the album “Black Celebration”. Alan Wilder originally wanted this track to be Depeche Mode’s 14th single for the singles compilation “The Singles , but it only ended up as a B-side to the single "It’s Called A Heart”, because the first word of the song is “Death”.
  5. Fly On The Windscreen (Album Version) Alternate Mix Nam(es): Final Production Details: Produced by Depeche Mode, Gareth Jones and Daniel Miller. Assistant Engineers - Richard Sullivan (Westside, London) and Peter Schmidt (Hansa, Berlin).

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