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Depeche Mode: Personal Jesus (1989)

Depeche Mode performs in the music video "Personal Jesus" from the album "Violator" recorded for Mute Records. The video opens on a ranch as the band approaches on horseback and on a pickup... See full summary »

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Depeche Mode ... Themselves
Andrew Fletcher ... Himself
David Gahan ... Himself
Martin Gore ... Himself
Alan Wilder ... Himself
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Depeche Mode performs in the music video "Personal Jesus" from the album "Violator" recorded for Mute Records. The video opens on a ranch as the band approaches on horseback and on a pickup truck. The band sings while dressed in cowboy hats and western gear. They appear to be meeting women at a brothel. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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28 August 1989 (UK) See more »

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