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|Single by KMFDM|
|Released||October 31, 1995|
|Songwriter(s)||Sascha Konietzko, Günter Schulz|
|KMFDM singles chronology|
"Trust" is a KMFDM song from their 1995 album Nihil which originally appeared as a remix on the "Glory" single in 1994. The remixed version of the song was also included on the Wax Trax! compilation album, Afterburn: '94 and Beyond. Both versions of the song appeared on the German-only Trust/Juke Joint Jezebel release, which came out after the album and used a red version of the "Brute" single cover art. In 2009, a 7" version was released that also contained both mixes.
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|1.||"Trust (Album Version)"||3:43|
|2.||"Trust (Never Mix)"||4:36|
|3.||"Juke-Joint Jezebel (Metropolis Mix)"||5:17|
|4.||"Glory (War & Slavery Mix)"||3:46|
|5.||"Lust (Chem-Lust Mix)"||5:27|
|6.||"Move On (Scott Burns Mix)"||4:22|
|2.||"Trust (Never Mix)"||4:32|
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