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Appearing as mere children on Top of the Pops in 1981 with their second single 'New Life', Depeche Mode have come a long long way for a band dismissed at as teenybop sensations. Their early singles and debut album Speak and Spell were informed by the...read more »

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Music For The Masses | The 12" Singles

From 1987’s Music For The Masses onwards, there would be no looking back for Depeche Mode as they ascended to the realm of stadium-filling dark-pop overlords. The album that broken them in America, this latest box-set re-issue of 12” singles covers the era’s four singles - two discs each for massive hits ‘Behind The Wheel’, ‘Never Let Me Down Again’ and ‘Strangelove’, one for the under-rated ‘Little 15’. 

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Black Celebration | The 12" Singles

The re-issue campaign for Depeche Mode’s singles, grouped in box sets specific to each album era, now reaches 1986’s Black Celebration. The point at which their synth-pop was getting darker and more distinctively gothic, this set contains both 12” versions of ‘A Question of Lust’ and ‘A Question of Time’, and one for the album’s final single ‘Stripped’. 
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Construction Time Again | The 12" Singles

Construction Time Again - The 12” Singles by Depeche Mode includes different mixes of tracks from the band’s third album of the same name. Get The Balance Right, Everything Counts and Love In Itself all feature in various guises over 6 12” singles along with live tracks from the era. 6x12” Box Set on Sony.

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Some Great Reward | The 12" Singles

Some Great Reward The 12” Singles is a box set featuring various mixes of tracks from Depeche Mode’s 1984 album of the same name. Mixes of People Are People, Master And Servant and Blasphemous Rumours are spread over 6 12” singles and housed in a lovely box. The latter also features live versions of other album tracks and Depeche Mode classics.

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Speak & Spell | The 12” Singles

Depeche Mode get into the reissues game in a novel way. Ever the innovators, the group have eschewed the typical remastered-LP-on-heavy-vinyl thing for a series of box sets celebrating their 12” singles. This one focuses on the three hits that were born out of their 1981 debut Speak & Spell. That means ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’, don’t you know! It also comes with a poster and a rare flexi-disc.

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A Broken Frame | The 12” Singles

Depeche Mode were one of the first major acts to embrace the potential of the 12” single. During their heyday the group would drop luxurious vinyl releases of their hits, always with striking artwork and often featuring extended versions and remixes by the hottest producers. Now a selection of their best work comes remastered and reissued in this fetching box set. A Broken Frame also contains a poster.

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Cover Me (Remixes)

Essex’s most brooding sons, Depeche Mode, returned this year with a new album ‘Spirit’ and as tradition dictates latest single ‘Cover Me’ has been let loose with a raft of up to the minute remixers. Erol Alkan’s own rock inspired roots make him a natural choice, while Ben Pearce and Ellen Allien nod to the house and techno crew alongside various up-and-coming names covering other bases.

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Where's The Revolution

Unbelievably Depeche Mode still release their music on CD single and here is the first taster from their new album 'Spirit'. It's a doomy piece of synth rock as you might expect and comes in tow with gloomy Anton Corbijn video in black and white as you might expect. Perfect miserable, desolate music for these torrid times. 

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Going Backwards

Going Backwards is the second single to be released from the long running electronic rockers latest album Spirit. They are one of the few bands on the planet who still have the clout to sell CD singles and this comes with a whole host of remixes from the likes of Soulsavers, Chris Leibing and Maya-Jane Coles. 

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The Best of Volume 1

Well this has a much different track listing than the 'best of' I have on tape with a few album tracks thrown in for good measure yet it still has all the brilliant singles from 'See You' to 'Everything Counts' and 'Enjoy the Silence'. Originally released in 2006, now is your chance to get it again on triple vinyl.  

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Spirit

2017 is probably as good a year as any for bleak new material from long running dark pop trio Depeche Mode. These synth pop veterans still have a huge following and have here hooked up with producer James Ford (Arctic Monkeys etc) for some grandiose worrying about the state of the world. Nice to have them still around.  

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Ultra

Ultra was Depeche Mode's 2007 comeback album following their much publicised drink and drug problems and the split with Alan Wilder. It starts off pretty well with Barrel of a Gun but it's hard to convince anybody that it's their best work despite sleek production by Tim Simenon (Bomb the Bass). Indeed trying to find plaudits for it online all I could find was that it ranked number 71 on a list of the "100 Albums That Shook Polish Rock".  

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Violator

It would have been impossible to predict when watching them as children on Top of the Pops doing "New Life" that Depeche Mode would become enormous stadium fillers with success in that massive place we call the United States of America. 'Violator' is the one that sent them completely overground and contains forever classics like 'Personal Jesus' and the surely never to be surpassed pop brilliance of 'Enjoy the Silence'.   

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101

101 captures Depeche Mode at the very end of a colossally long 1989 tour (yep, 101 shows…) and at the peak of their powers. So that means an hour and a half of mega-hits played out to an adoring crowd, with bangers including ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’ and ‘People Are People’ in the mix. Reissued on a pair of 180g LPs by Colombia.

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Songs Of Faith & Devotion

Songs Of Faith And Devotion is Depeche Mode's 8th album and was originally released in 1993. The album draws on inspiration from the grunge and alternative rock scene that was at its height in the early 90s. Distorted guitars and live drums replace the synths on the album opener I Feel You. Songs Of Faith And Devotion hit the no.1 spot in 17 countries including the UK.

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A Broken Frame

The second LP from perennial synth-botherers Depeche Mode gets the reissue treatment. Well, we say second LP, but in a way 1982’s A Broken Frame is the first statement from the Depeche Mode we’re so familiar with now. Following the departure of Vince Clarke - he’d gone off to play with Alison Moyet in Yazoo - this album saw Martin Gore become the band’s principle songwriter, a role he has held to this day. A Broken Frame helped set the tone for the run of darker records that the band would make throughout the ‘80s. Contains ‘Leave In Silence’ and ‘The Meaning Of Love’.

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Construction Time Again

Look at that man wielding an axe. It kind of works as a perfect image for Depeche Mode's third album. The band had been getting interested in the sounds of industrial rock and so started to incorporate banging, hitting things and other forms of racket into their hitherto shiny synth pop. The result was one of their best early day albums and a single Everything Counts that according to the track list is so good it appears on the album twice.  

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Live In Berlin

Live convert CD of Depeche Mode from 2013 ive in Berlin. Deluxe edition includes some bonus live tracks and a bonus DVD of the show filmed by the celebrated filmmaker and photographer Antic Corbijn who is also often referred to as the fifth member of Depeche Mode, directing most of the band's videos since the late 80s. 

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Black Celebration

Black Celebration is Depeche Mode's fifth album, and was originally released in 1986. It is regarded by many fans of the band as their zenith, and with good, disturbing cause: the dark sound that was nascent on Black Celebration's predecessors, Construction Time Again and Some Great Reward was fully realised here.

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Music for the Masses

Music For The Masses by Depeche Mode was released just as the band were making it really big. The title suggested that the band felt as though they were making it for a large audience. As it turned out, they were. This was the breakthrough album for the band in the US. It was regarded by critics at the time as being their most accomplished album to date.

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Some Great Reward

Some Great Reward was originally released in 1984. It was after its release that Depeche Mode started to gain a worldwide audience. The number of fans turning up to their gigs in the States increased noticeably and the album's biggest hit, People Are People was used by German TV as the theme song for their coverage of the Los Angeles Olympics. Some Great Reward is arguably Depeche Mode's best album as words such as "classic" and "timeless" are often used in the same sentence.

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Speak & Spell

Speak and Spell was Depeche Mode's debut album, originally released in 1981. The album is notable for showcasing the talents of Vince Clarke, who was the chief songwriter. Clarke left the band after it was released. Among many of the classics on here Just Can't Get Enough is probably the most well known. Speak and Spell is available on vinyl LP.

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Sounds of The Universe

Depeche Mode asserted their plans to make the most ubiquitous songs ever with Sounds of the Universe. That said, the record is one of the more modest entries in their canon, caged in with restrained but still pantomimic programmed percussion and slow-moving synth; it's a pop masterpiece of the gradual variety. Be patient.
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Exciter

Depeche Mode were best when they synergised their bleak experimental depths with excitable pop hooks, and Exciter is a prime example of both aspects of their sound coalescing, producer Mark Bell ensuring the two were balanced to make a slight but dramatic work. It's full of the same twilit and lovesick brooding that made the synth-pop outfit so fashionable.
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Playing The Angel

Depeche Mode keep it clinical with Playing The Angel, a self-explanatory live record that takes choice cuts from records such as Songs Of Faith and Devotion and Violator and puts them to the stage. Theatrical but brooding and ironed out in every discipline, this is pretty rudimentary stuff from one of the greatest synth-pop bands of all time.
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