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I don’t want to start any Blasphemous Rumours, but Neon Nights is presenting “Depeche Mode – Behind The Megamix”. A megamix of tracks when Depeche Mode could do no wrong and Alan Wilder ensured that every album they released was pure genius.

I’m not saying that Sounds of the Universe, Delta Machine and the Spirit album were as boring and bland as diluted dishwater (actually I very much am), but have a guess what I’m using to patch up the hole in my back garage’s broken window?

But I digress…prepare your ears for 10 minutes of pure aural bliss as we segue and mix our way through their ground breaking tracks Everything Counts, Shake The Disease, Leave In Silence, Blasphemous Rumours, Strangelove, People Are People, Behind The Wheel, Get The Balance Right and Just Can’t Get Enough .

All this and always doing what you want on Neon Nights, the Number One most downloaded MUSIC podcast on JOY 94.9,
Hosted by John von Ahlen and Costa Lakoumentas.

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About the author: John


John von Ahlen is a Producer / Director based in Melbourne, Australia.

His current project is Parralox, an electronic act that has toured internationally (live shows with Erasure + Little Boots), and achieved chart success in USA, UK and Europe (Billboard / CMJ / German Web Charts / UK Commercial Club Charts).

John has remixed artists such as Erasure, Marcella Detroit, Delta Goodrem, Gina G, Doctor & The Medics, Sigue Sigue Sputnik and many more.

His work for TV / Film includes The Wog Boy, Rove Live, Before The Game, Who's On The Menu (Theme Tune) and music for Neighbors / Home & Away / Queer as Folk (USA).

He also Directs and Animates, check out some of his work here :



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