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"Just Can't Get Enough" is the 3rd single of 1980s electro-pop group Depeche Mode and the 11th track from the album "Speak & Spell". The single peaked at #8 in the UK, making it their[/has_googlemeta5][has_googlemeta6]. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough at Discogs. Complete your Depeche Mode collection. . Clarke had just turned 20 when he wrote this song, which turned out to be the last one he wrote for Depeche Mode. He left the band after the Speak and Spell album was released, later joining Yaz and Erasure. The "Just Can't Get Enough" video is the only one he appears in. >>
"Just Can't Get Enough" is a song by the English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was their third single, released in September 1981, a month before the release of their debut album, Speak and Spell.It was recorded during the summer of that year at Blackwing Studios, and was the band's first single to be released in the United States, on 18 February 1982.. And I just can't get enough And I just can't get enough Every time I think of you I know we have to meet And I just can't get enough I just can't get enough It's getting hotter It's a burning love And I just can't seem to get enough of And when it rains You're shining down for me And I just can't get enough And I just can't get enough Just like. "Just Can't Get Enough" was written by Depeche Mode member Vince Clark. And the entire band produced the tune in collaboration with Daniel Miller. Vince Clark's inspiration for penning this tune is said to have been another song, "To Cut a Long Story Short", which the Spandau Ballet (another band from the UK) dropped in 1980.