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New Order's Peter Hook is being interviewed by James "The Poorman" Trenton, and he claims that Depeche Mode ripped off Enjoy The Silence from New Order's Touched by the Hand of God. He seems to be taking the piss at first, but after a back-to-back comparison, some of the guys in the studio agree that the bassline and tempo look oddly similar. But Hook concludes that that's okay since New Order has ripped them off as well.
New Order's Peter Hook is being interviewed by James "The Poorman" Trenton, and he claims that Depeche Mode ripped off Enjoy The Silence from New Order's Touched by the Hand of God. He seems to be taking the piss at first, but after a back-to-back comparison, some of the guys in the studio agree that the bassline and tempo look oddly similar. But Hook concludes that that's okay since New Order has ripped them off as well.
This file was uploaded by Glen from [http://www.depeche-mode.com/ Depeche-mode.com], who included it in his 'Breathing In Fumes - podcast 005' on [http://breathinginfumes.podomatic.com/ breathinginfumes.podomatic.com] ''(podcast currently offline)''.
This file was uploaded by Glen from [http://www.depeche-mode.com/ Depeche-mode.com], who included it in his 'Breathing In Fumes - podcast 005' on [http://breathinginfumes.podomatic.com/ breathinginfumes.podomatic.com] ''(podcast currently offline)''.



Revision as of 22:18, 6 February 2014

Notes

New Order's Peter Hook is being interviewed by James "The Poorman" Trenton, and he claims that Depeche Mode ripped off Enjoy The Silence from New Order's Touched by the Hand of God. He seems to be taking the piss at first, but after a back-to-back comparison, some of the guys in the studio agree that the bassline and tempo look oddly similar. But Hook concludes that that's okay since New Order has ripped them off as well.

This file was uploaded by Glen from Depeche-mode.com, who included it in his 'Breathing In Fumes - podcast 005' on breathinginfumes.podomatic.com (podcast currently offline).

  • Duration: 03:28 (excerpt)

Audio