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Mindless Self Indulgence Find Their “Personal Jesus” (Exclusive)

I’ve made no secret of my love for Depeche Mode over the years here at BD. They’re one of my favorite groups and their 2005 album Playing The Angel is in my Top 10 albums of all time. And their classics from the 80’s are no joke at all either. Who can resist that charm of “Enjoy The Silence” or “People Are People”?

When it comes to “Personal Jesus”, there have been many artists who were so inspired by the track that they needed to give it their own spin. And that’s why we’re here today because Mindless Self Indulgence has recorded a cover of the track that we’re exclusively premiering and you’ve gotta check it out!

MSI’s version of “Personal Jesus” comes from their upcoming album Pink, which is the long-rumored, elusive “lost” album that fills in the blanks of MSI’s mysterious early days. The album contains 19 tracks, 15 of which are never-before-heard material and four of which come from their self-titled EP.

Pink, which comes out September 18th, can be pre-ordered on CD, digital, and vinyl over at Metropolis Records.

Mindless Self Indulgence online:
Official Website

MSI Pink album cover



  • brewers_rule

    You’re correct this is a great song. I also like the Marilyn Manson version although I can’t quite put my finger on why.

  • huntermc

    I’m not ashamed to admit that I love Depeche Mode, regardless of how non-metal they may be.

  • chungnuts

    I love Depeche Mode too!! I’m partial to the Gravity Kills version though as far as covers are concerned.

  • mangajayce

    Yeah… That was terrible.

  • ChasingTheGhost

    Depeche Mode is my favorite band ever. Sadly, can’t say I’ve enjoyed the cover.

  • markajacoby

    Okay… That flat out sucked. What the hell?

  • codylcast

    Depeche Mode is my favorite band as well. I really like the Johnny Cash and Marilyn Manson covers, but holy shit this is awful.

  • Ravinus

    Awful. Is this a joke? If not, let the executions commence.

  • The Amazing Skeptic

    That was garbage, this band is garbage.

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