Personal Jesus - JOHNNY CASH


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BY JOHNNY CASH SONG Personal Jesus I made this video but did not sing or wrote this song... This article is about the song by Depeche Mode. For the album by Nina Hagen, see Personal Jesus (album). "Personal Jesus" Single by Depeche Mode from the album Violator B-side "Dangerous" Released 29 August 1989 Format Vinyl record (7" and 12"), Cassette, CD Recorded May 1989 Puk Studios, Denmark Logic Studios, Milan[1] Genre Synthrock,[2] blues rock[3] Length 3:44 (7"/single version) 5:51 (12" version) 4:55 (album version) Label Mute Records Writer(s) Martin Gore Producer(s) Depeche Mode and Flood Certification Gold (RIAA)[4] Depeche Mode singles chronology "Everything Counts (Live)" (1989) "Personal Jesus" (1989) "Enjoy the Silence" (1990) Music video "Personal Jesus" on YouTube "Personal Jesus" is Depeche Mode's 23rd UK single, released on 29 August 1989, and the first single from the album Violator. The single reached No. 13 on the UK Singles Chart[5] and No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100.[6] The song was the first single to make the US Top 40 for the band since their 1984 single "People Are People" and was their first gold-certified single in the US (quickly followed by the band's subsequent single, "Enjoy the Silence").[7] In Germany, the single is one of the band's longest charting song, staying on the country's singles chart for 23 weeks.[8] In 2004, "Personal Jesus" was ranked No. 368 in Rolling Stone's list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time",[9] and in September 2006 it was voted as one of the "100 Greatest Songs Ever" in Q magazine. "Personal Jesus" was re-released as a single on 30 May 2011 for the new Depeche Mode remix album Remixes 2: 81--11, with the leading remix by the production team Stargate. Since its release, the song has been covered by numerous artists including Gravity Kills, Marilyn Manson, Sammy Hagar, Jerry Williams, Lollipop Lust Kill, Nina Hagen, Richard Cheese, and Johnny Cash.