I can't believe how this never got banned, but Enola Gaye (by OMD) did. The BBC thought Enola Gaye was a coded message about OMD's sexual orientation (even though the lyrics are clearly about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima). But apparently this song isn't about S&M at all (even though the lyrics are well...an easily read code). I also can't believe how young Dave Gahan looks in this video.
Martin Gore's tore through the sex parlors of Germany's redlight district, add in Dave Gahan's baratone, and it's a great track. It sounds dated now, but was very progressive and edgey for it's time. I first heard it in 91, loved it.