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Depeche Mode

Policy Of Truth

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“Policy of Truth” is Depeche Mode’s twenty-fifth UK single, released on May 7, 1990, and the third single for the album Violator. The cover art for “Policy of Truth” has the blurred image of a nude woman. The camera angles and poses differ on the 7” Vinyl, the 12” Vinyl, the CD and Cassette. Usually each one has more than one. On the L12, there is a picture of a different woman. It is the only Depeche Mode single to chart higher on the Billboard Hot 100 (#15) than on the UK Singles Chart (#16), as well as peaking at number two on the American dance charts . It also became the band’s second chart-topper on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. François Kevorkian mixed a new single version for the release, extending it slightly while lowering the tempo, and also making Martin... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ The time before ... Is what you swore ... Never again

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