People Are People is a Depeche Mode compilation album released in North America by Sire Records on 2 July 1984. Sire sensed it needed a new approach in its release policy since the band's 1983 effort Construction Time Again had failed to chart in the US. Two of the nine tracks were new to the American audience: the latest single "People Are People" and "Now, This Is Fun", the B-side of the non-American 7" "See You"
PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE" is the tenth single to be released by Depeche Mode. The single was recorded in Berlin at Hansa Studios and was produced by Depeche Mode and Daniel Meller. The 12 has extended versions of both tracks. PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE" was written by Martin Gore, and the B side "IN YOUR MEMORY" was written by Alan Wilder. DEPECHE MODE have just returned from a European tour and will be starting work on a new album.
People are people, so why should it be You and I should get along so awfully? I can't understand What makes a man Hate another man Help me understand I can't understand What makes a man Hate another man Help me understand I can't understand What makes a man Hate another man Help me understand I can't understand What makes a man Hate another man (Why should it be?) . People Are People is Depeche Mode’s ninth single and one of their most successful songs. It is tied with 2 other singles in the UK as their highest charting single, peaking at It was the group’s first song to go gold in the US and appear on the Hot 100, peaking at remaining their highest-charting US song until Enjoy The Silence reached in 1990.
People Are People" is a compilation album released in North America by Sire Records on 2 July 1984. The album was originally released on LP and CD with the band name and album name missing from the album cover. These names were then added to the covers for later re-releases. A poster for the album appears toward the end of John Hughes's 1985 film 'Weird Science'.
Features Song Lyrics for Depeche Mode's People Are People album. In Your Memory - Slick Mix Lyrics. 11. People Are People (7" version) Lyrics. 12. People Are People (Different mix) Lyrics. 13. People Are People (On-USound remix) Lyrics. 14. People Are People - Different Mix Lyrics. 15. People Are People (single version) Lyrics.
People are people So why should it be You and I should get along so awfully. So we're different colours And we're different creeds And different people have different needs It's obvious you hate me Though I've done nothing wrong I've never even met you so what could I have done. I can't understand What makes a man Hate another man Help me understand. People Are People" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
The archives of Depeche Mode. From Dreaming Of Me to Heaven. From Speak And Spell to Delta Machine. Sire 25124-1 US LP, released July 2nd, 1984 this is a commercial release. Side 1 People Are People Now, This Is Fun Love, In Itself Work Hard Told You So. Side 2 Get The Balance Right Leave In Silence Pipeline Everything Counts. Sire 25124-4 US Cassette, released July 2nd, 1984 this is a commercial release. The rest are various single and album tracks. The vinyl issue had a cover without any titles (like the cassette cover). A sticker was placed on the cover which had the name of the band and the title of the album.
Earlier album cuts such as "Pipeline" and "Told You So" appear here, but the four new tracks understandably received the biggest attention. The title track itself, though the bandmembers have long since expressed embarrassment over it, still sounds like what it became, an engaging, instantly memorable pop hit - if the lyrical sentiments are among Martin Gore's most naïvely sociopolitical before or since, David Gahan delivers them strongly, with Gore providing a fine counterpoint vocal.
|A||People Are People = Gentes, Gentes
Written-By – Martin L. Gore
|B||In Your Memory
Written-By – Alan Wilder
|7 BONG 5||Depeche Mode||People Are People (7", Single)||Mute||7 BONG 5||UK||1984|
|92 92217||Depeche Mode||People Are People (7", Single, Promo)||Sire, Mute||92 92217||Canada||1984|
|NEW-9249||Depeche Mode||People Are People (7", Single)||New York Records||NEW-9249||Philippines||1984|
|101897||Depeche Mode||People Are People (7", Single)||Mute, Vogue||101897||France||1984|
|CD BONG 5, CDBONG 5, 5016025630059||Depeche Mode||People Are People (CD, Single, RE)||Mute, Mute, Labels, Virgin||CD BONG 5, CDBONG 5, 5016025630059||Europe||2004|