Promotional-only releases include a "P" prefix. The first five Depeche Mode singles did not use "BONG" and instead followed their label's "MUTE" single numbering scheme. Depeche Mode used the BONG numbering scheme until their departure from Mute Records after 2011. Non-UK single releases (such as the US-only "Strangelove '88"), which were not given BONG designations, are omitted from the following list. Speak & Spell era (1981).
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Bong certainly isn’t for the casual listener. If you’re looking for an introduction to doom metal, go grab a copy of Dopethrone or Sleep’s Holy Mountain and prepare to receive an education. What you’ll find here is more in the vein of Sun O))), though lacking the variety and subtle hooks of more musically accomplished bands. If drone is your thing then this record is definitely worth a spin, but the lack of any true hooks or really noticeable crescendos makes it an ultimately forgettable, though certainly by no means bad, release.
Bongo Bong" is the first solo single by Manu Chao from his first album, Clandestino. It is a remake of Mano Negra's song (Mano Negra was his own band), "King of Bongo" (1991), which has its roots in a 1939 recording of "King of the Bongo Bong" by the trumpeter Roy Eldridge. It also uses the background music from Black Uhuru's song "Bull ina di Pen" from their Anthem album. It is part of a medley with "Je ne t'aime plus" on the album.