Fly On The Windscreen
Featured in Episode
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
Did Not Chart
Year Released
Black Celebration
Martin Gore
RIAA Certification
Sequence song appears
Mendez' goons arm up and have shootout with Crockett & Tubbs
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"Fly On The Windscreen" is a song performed by Depeche Mode, recorded on the album Black Celebration in 1986. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "El Viejo".


  • The song was originally released as a 12" single in the UK in 1985 as the B-side to their song "It's Called a Heart", but the group was not happy with the sound and was re-released on Black Celebration as their "Final" version with revisions to the effects and the stereophonic sound.


  • Martin Gore - vocals, guitar
  • Alan Wilder - keyboards
  • David Gahan - lead vocals
  • Andrew Fletcher - keyboards


Depeche Mode - Fly On The Windscreen04:23

Depeche Mode - Fly On The Windscreen

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