’Stop! (Vince Clarke Sync 82 Mix)’ is taken from the forthcoming compilation ‘Always – The Very Best Of Erasure’ which will be released in October to celebrate Erasure’s 30th anniversary.

Featuring music from all stages of the band’s career – including ‘A Little Respect’, ‘Blue Savannah’, ‘Drama!’, ‘Always’, ‘Breathe’ ‘Love To Hate You’ and ‘Elevation’ – the compilation will be released on October 30th.

‘Always – The Very Best Of Erasure’ will be available in a 1-CD Digipak edition as well as in an expanded 3-CD deluxe hardback book format including remixes from Moby, William Orbit, BT and The Grid (Richard Norris with Dave Ball of Soft Cell) alongside 4 brand new mixes.

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1-CD EDITION:
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16 COMMENTS

  1. These are the remixes I like: a touch of freshness, a different sound but without devastating the original song. Hats up for Mr. Clarke

  2. Reminds me of Behind the Wheel (Vince Clarke remix) that Vince made for Depeche Mode second remix compilation The Remixes 81-11. As far as I can find out so far this mix first appeared in 2009 on Pop! Remixed, a precursor to mute's last erasure singles compilation (tho' there has been at least one other erasure compilation since, but not on mute). If it is from '09 and if it is by Vince (it def sounds like vintage Vince), then he is really going for an earlier sound that predate's Stop!'s release by six odd years. It's okay, but it lacks the magic that Hallowed Ground, She Won't Be Home and God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen all gleaned as reduxes. But maybe that is the point. This mix is not a redux after all (as it's nomenclature supplies), which gives it a charm all of it's ownsome. πŸ™‚

  3. More in the vein of Depeche Mode(!) than the original album & 12" version… To me, the sound from the original version is an absolute Erasure signature sound… This version lacks the edge and extremely flamboyant happy sound that made the original so remarkable.