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Depeche Mode visit FC Barcelona's training session

18 January 2014

Depeche Mode, who have a show at the Palau Sant Jordi on Wednesday 15 January 2014, visited FC Barcelona’s afternoon training session on 14 January 2014. The members of the group looked on as the team trained. At the end of the session the players posed for photos with the group.

Depeche Mode with Barcelona FC

Some members of the band like Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher are both avid football fans and supports Arsenal FC and Chelsea FC respectively as evidenced in the photos below:

 Andy Fletcher supports Arsenal FC  Martin Gore supports Arsenal FC


"Delta Machine" No. 18 in ABC News 50 Best Albums of 2013

17 January 2014

Depeche Mode's 2013 album "Delta Machine" achieved a respectable No. 18 in ABC News 50 Best Albums of 2013: -


18. DEPECHE MODE - "DELTA MACHINE" (DELUXE EDITION) Of the 80's titans still standing, Depeche Mode seem like the most unlikely to tread new ground, and yet, "Delta Machine" is their strongest effort since 1997's "Ultra." Somehow, they have adopted a minimalist approach and it sounds strikingly of the moment and fresh. (Single "Heaven" is one of the strongest bits of gospel-blues they have ever produced.) They never sound bored. They never sound tired. It sounds like the work of a band revving up to make another series of epic statements. With any luck, Depeche Mode can continue issuing classics of this caliber. This is exactly the kind of album you want a veteran group to release. Depeche Mode's future is bright!

Favorite Tracks: "Secret To The End" "My Little Universe" "Happens All The Time" (Bonus disc track) "Welcome To My World" "Heaven"


The Scene's Top 40 albums 2013 - Irish Daily Star

17 January 2014

Depeche Mode's 2013 album "Delta Machine" made the Top 40 Albums 2013 list chosen by the editorial team at The Scene, the essential entertainment guide published free with the Irish Daily star every Friday: -


40. Depeche Mode: Delta Machine (Sony)

Three decades or so after Depeche Mode helped start the synth-pop movement - alongside Soft Cell, Eurythmics and Pet Shop Boys - and they are the only act left with a major label contract and enough popularity to fill stadiums worldwide. This stunning 13th studio album (produced by Ben Hillier and mixed by Flood) shows why - they are still on top of their game.


Bands Under The Influence Of Depeche Mode

22 August 2013

Here is an interesting article about popular bands who are influenced by Depeche Mode's music:

"Depeche Mode are the most successful electronic band in music history, selling over 100 million albums and singles sold worldwide. Still, their blend of synth-pop and alternative is difficult to replicate, as the wide range of idiosyncratic atmospheres lead songwriter Martin Gore was able to construct is daunting. Many bands influenced by them are not obvious audible replications as a result. Instead, they are more influenced by their mode of songwriting, which allowed ambition to flow freely; it encouraged artists to pursue darker territory as they saw fit." Read more:


Depeche Mode Finally Performs 'But Not Tonight' On A World Tour

14 June 2013

Depeche Mode finally performed 'But Not Tonight' on a world tour for the first time at their show in Frankfurt, Germany, 5 June 2013.

Sung by Martin rather than Dave it was a great acoustic version but would have loved to see it played live just once with all the synths.


Full Concert Video From Budapest 21 May 2013

12 June 2013

Perhaps the next best way to experience Depeche Mode's Delta Machine tour if you're not seeing them live.

Multicam edited with great audio quality.


Depeche Mode Opens Delta Machine World Tour at Nice, France

04 May 2013

Depeche Mode kicked off their Delta Machine world tour on 4th May 2013 at the Le Palais Nikaia, Nice, France playing a very long list (24 tracks !).

They brought back some old favorites like 'Just Can't Get Enough' and 'Black but disappointingly no 'But Not Tonight'.

Setlist: Depeche Mode, Le Palais Nikaia, Nice, France, 5/4/13

1. “Welcome to My World”
2. “Angel”
3. “Walking in My Shoes”
4. “Precious”
5. “Black Celebration”
6. “Policy of Truth”
7. “Should Be Higher”
8. “Barrel of a Gun”
9. “Higher Love”
10. “The Child Inside”
11. “Heaven”
12. “Soothe My Soul”
13. “A Pain That I’m Used To”
14. “A Question of Time”
15. “Secret to the End”
16. “Enjoy the Silence”
17. “Personal Jesus”
18. “Goodbye”

19. “A Question of Lust”
20. “Halo” (Goldfrapp Remix)
21. “Just Can’t Get Enough”
22. “I Feel You”
24. “Never Let Me Down Again”

Full details and video links at


Depeche Mode Finally Performs 'But Not Tonight' Live !!!

28 April 2013

Today is our happiest day ever in terms of Depeche Mode matters. Depeche Mode finally performs 'But Not Tonight' live. It's our favorite Depeche Mode song. The song that got us into Depeche Mode. We are just simply stunned. And we are so happy we can even forgive them for neglecting the song all these years and the fact that this live version is more of an acoustic version and not the synthy pop version of the original. We are pretty sure most fans have waited for this day as well. It finally happened at last!

They performed it at a small promo gig at The Troubadour in Los Angeles in front of 400 people on Friday, 26 April 2013. The crowd went wild when they recognized the opening notes. It was sung by Martin L. Gore midway through the 10-song set.

Setlist: Depeche Mode, The Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA, 4/26/13

1. “Angel”
2. “Should Be Higher”
3. “Walking In My Shoes”
4. “Barrel of a Gun”
5. “Heaven”
6. “But Not Tonight”
7. “Personal Jesus”
8. “Soft Touch / Raw Nerve”
9. “Soothe My Soul”
10. “Enjoy the Silence”


Depeche Mode – Broken (live in the studio)

27 April 2013

This is the live rendering of "Broken" in the studio that most think its better than the album version.


Depeche Mode – Soft Touch/Raw Nerve (live in the studio)

10 April 2013


"Delta Machine" Makes Chart Entry At No. 6

08 April 2013

Source: Musicweek

"Depeche Mode have scored their seventh consecutive Top 10 hit on the Billboard 200 with Delta Machine as Justin Timberlake achieves the year's first million-selling album.

The veteran Basildon band enter at 6, extending a Top 10 run that began in 1990 with Violator reaching No 7 and hitting a peak in 1993 with Songs Of Faith And Devotion debuting at No 1. However, first-week sales of the new album are down on the 80,000 start of its 2009 predecessor Sounds Of The Universe, which debuetd and peaked at 3, with Delta Machine having shifted 52,000 copies last week."


"Soothe My Soul" Video

29 March 2013

Shades of the videos of "Question Of Time" and "Strangelove" in the "Soothe My Soul" video which also features nudity.

DELTA MACHINE Full Album Stream

19 March 2013

Limited time full album stream at iTunes store. Make sure you have iTunes installed in your PC.

Depeche Mode - Soothe My Soul (radio recording)

17 March 2013

Listen to "Soothe My Soul", a new Depeche Mode song from their Delta Machine album.

Depeche Mode 'Live On Letterman" webcast March, 11th 2013

12 March 2013

CBS Interactive's award-winning webcast concert series, LIVE ON LETTERMAN, kicks off 2013 with Depeche Mode performing tracks from their soon to be released album, "Delta Machine".

Track listing
00:00 Intro
01:18 Angel
05:30 Should Be Higher
10:50 Walking In My Shoes
17:20 Barrel Of A Gun
23:05 Heaven
26:40 Personal Jesus
32:00 Soft Touch/Raw Nerve
35:35 Soothe My Soul
41:30 Enjoy The Silence

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Depeche Mode - Heaven @ Late Show with David Letterman (CBS TV)

12 March 2013

Depeche Mode's Delta Machine Track-By-Track Preview

12 March 2013

Delta Machine Track By Track Preview

"So this is only an instant, snap appraisal, and who knows, repeated listens may reveal flaws. But for now, Delta Machine roars out of the traps as a supremely confident album by a reinvigorated, inventive Depeche Mode. It isn't, of course, VCMG with vocals, and there are threads here from the more recent albums. But texturally this is a very rich electronic record, rough around the edges and a huge amount of fun - there is some of the campest Depeche Mode material in here since their earliest days. I'd hazard to guess that my initial assessment of this as the best, most powerful, gothic, twisted, electronic album since Violator."

“Through That Darkness You’ll Find the Light”: A.J. Samuels interviews Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan

12 March 2013 A.J. Samuels interviews Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan
Highlights from the interview:
"So we decided to shop around and Sony came up with the best offer to make sure Daniel is still around for us, and to make sure we were able to gain control of what we're doing. Most importantly, in 2015, we'll be able to get control of our entire catalogue. We'll own it. It won't be in limbo. After *Delta Machine*, we'll be in real control. For us, Daniel's one of the most important parts of what we do. He's a constant and we want to keep it that way."

"At the end of the album, after we worked on “Long Time Lie” together, Martin asked me “Would you be interested in me sending you things to write to?” And I was like, “If it’s as abstract as just sending me interesting sounds or chords and atmosphere, then yeah, I’ll come up with the rest.” I can sit down and work out songs and chords, but I prefer bouncing ideas off someone else. I think it was Martin’s way of complementing me that I’m a good enough songwriter now. That after ten years he feels like we’re on the same kind of page."

Depeche Mode - The Story Behind Heaven - Delta Machine

11 March 2013

Depeche Mode - The Story Behind Heaven - Delta Machine from Depeche Mode TV on Vimeo.

Dave Gahan Talks 'Delta Machine,' Massive Tour Plans

10 March 2013 Dave interview with Billboard

"Heaven" Video

February 2013

New Depeche Mode Single "Heaven" Premieres On KROQ

31 January 2013

The new Depeche Mode single "Heaven" has gotten an exclusive premiere on the KROQ site today.

We have listened to it. It's slow rock and does not sound like Depeche Mode at all. We hate to admit it but the song is uninspiring and actually quite boring. Its not worthy of a single status. More fitting as a B-side. We are somewhat perplexed why they would release something as blend as this.

Martin Gore states that the new album harks back to the band’s glory days. “It’s got a bit of a feel of Violator on some of the songs and a feel of Songs of Faith and Devotion on other songs,” said Gore. “It’s a bit of a hybrid of those two for me.”

He's definitely referring to the other tracks on the new album as this new single does not sound like anything on Violator or Songs Of Faith and Devotion.

Here is the link to the song on KROQ

The B-side to "Heaven" is "All That's Mine" which you can listen to below:

DEPECHE MODE - All That's Mine (2013 B-side) from Videodrome Discothèque Vault 2 on Vimeo.

New Depeche Mode Album "Delta Machine" Out On March 26, 2013

The new CD will be called Delta Machine, out March 26.

24 January 2013

Delta Machine:
01 Welcome to My World
02 Angel
03 Heaven
04 Secret to the End
05 My Little Universe
06 Slow
07 Broken
08 The Child Inside
09 Soft Touch/Raw Nerve
10 Should Be Higher
11 Alone
12 Soothe My Soul
13 Goodbye
Bonus disc:
01 Long Time Lie
02 Happens All the Time
03 Always
04 All That's Mine

HEAVEN will be released on video Feb 1 with international distribution to follow.

More details, including covers at

New Depeche Mode Song

24 October 2012

The band held a press conference in Paris on Tuesday, October 23 and an unnamed new song was introduced. We thought music wise the song sounded very much like "I Feel You". You can listen to the song below in the accompanying music video below:

The band went on to say they had about 20 new songs but had not decided which ones to include in the yet unnamed new Depeche Mode album. They also announced their European tour dates which kicks off in May 7th 2013 but the dates were already known by fans earlier as they were leaked prior to the press conference. The full 41-minute press conference can be viewed here:

Exciting Announcement From Depeche Mode On October 23 2012

12 October 2012

The band will hold a press conference in Paris on Tuesday, October 23, where it will make an exciting announcement.

 "Black Celebration" in Chanel's Coco Noir Ad

29 September 2012

Chanel's very short ad for its new fragrance "Coco Noir" made use of Depeche Mode's "Black Celebration" track. View the ad

The Finish Line  

Further Confirmations of Depeche Mode's New Album & Tour In 2013

28 August 2012

Dave Gahan Joins Soulsavers for L.A. Show

"Depeche Mode manager Jonathan Kessler explained that Gahan is now fully immersed in his day job. He is recording the new Depeche album in Santa Barbara, California, where Martin Gore resides, for an April 2013 release with a full world tour to follow, according to Kessler."

Read more:









Depeche Mode's Dave Gahan Confirms New Album & Tour In 2013

03 May 2012

Get ready for a lot of new Depeche Mode in 2013. Dave Gahan spoke with Spinner about the group's future plans once he and Martin Gore are done with their side projects.

Dave Gahan reveals the legendary synth-pop band already has demoed about 20 new songs for its as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2009′s Sounds of the Universe — and already is making plans to take the new songs on the road next year.

In a short interview with Spin, Gahan reports that DM has reconvened with Ben Hillier, who produced Sounds of the Universe and 2005′s Playing the Angel, and also has enlisted the help of producer Christoffer Berg (Fever Ray, The Knife).

"We've probably got 20 songs demoed. Some of the songs are in really good shape, some need some work, but we're definitely on track.

"We have a deadline of the end of November, and there's no reason we why we won't meet that at the rate we're going"

Gahan also says that "There are already plans in place to be touring next year."

As for the addition of Berg to the DM studio team, Gahan said, “He’s a great musician and has a lot of fantastic ideas. He’s not afraid to stand up and say, ‘I got an idea.’ I like that. It’s quite intimidating working with a band like ours because you have certain expectations of how it is. A lot are true and some aren’t. Martin and I are open to other people’s ideas.”

Last week, Depeche Mode who was supposed to begin work on its 13th studio album, which Martin L. Gore has said will be out “no later than early 2013.” released the first video evidence that the group is at work on its next LP by releasing a 43-second time-lapse video of the band’s synths and other gear being set up in a studio. Check it out below:


Martin Gore & Vince Clarke In May 2012 Issue Of Keyboard Magazine

26 April 2012

Martin Gore & Vince Clarke In May 2012 Issue Of Keyboard MagazineMartin Gore & Vince Clarke (VCMG) appears on the cover of the May 2012 issue of Keyboard magazine. The issue also features interviews with the 2 founding members of Depeche Mode.

Keyboard Magazine is a magazine that originally covered electronic keyboard instruments and keyboardists, though with the advent of computer based recording and audio technology, they have added digital music technology to their regular coverage, including those not strictly pertaining to the keyboard related instruments.









'An Idiot Abroad' Dances To 'Just Can't Get Enough'

10 April 2012

Oh dear, I'm probably the last Depeche Mode fan to know about this. I sure caught the episode late. Well, I was doing some household chores with the tele on in the background when the unmistakable dance beats of Depeche Mode song 'Just Can't Get Enough' can be heard. Sure enough I dropped everything and rushed over to the tele. Much to my delight and surprise there it was Karl Pilkington dancing to 'Just Can't Get Enough' in an episode of 'An Idiot Abroad'. He was just dancing to it in some ancient Mexican ruins. Watch the video snippet of it below:

Remastered Soundboard Recording of San Francisco Gig 1990

06 April 2012

A Depeche Mode fan had remastered the soundboard recording of Depeche Mode's San Francisco gig from 1990 and mixed it with two audience recordings. The end result was made available in online audio streaming format. An excellent job well done. If interested listen to the fullstream over at

KROQ interview with Martin Gore

14 March 2012

VCMG Vince Clarke & Martin GoreIn a new interview with KROQ just released at the KROQ site today, Martin Gore talks about his friendship with founding Depeche Mode member and current collaborator on the VCMG techno project, Vince Clarke, his reaction to Depeche Mode being cited as a main influence on the current electronic dance movement (EDM) and the one Depeche Mode fans have been waiting for: the progress on the new Depeche Mode album, amongst other things. Its an interesting read.

Read the full interview




Exclusive VCMG ‘Ssss’ Full Album Stream

07 March 2012

VCMG 'Ssss'

Electronic gurus and co-founders of Depeche Mode, Vince Clarke and Martin Gore have finally reunited after 30 years to release a new collaboration entitled ‘Ssss’ under the moniker of VCMG.

‘Ssss’ is the first time the duo have worked together since 1981 when Clarke left Depeche Mode. Clarke and Gore both worked from their respective studios, corresponding via e-mail until the record was finished.

Now Music Feeds has the exclusive sssstream of VCMG’s ‘Ssss’. So sit back, relax and enjoy it at




 Martin Gore Hints At New Depeche Mode Album

01 March 2012

Martin Gore at 7th Annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Martin Gore talks about reuniting with Vince Clarke for the VCMG project and at the end of the interview dropped big hints at a new Depeche Mode album:

"What else have you been working on recently? Is there a new Depeche Mode album in the works?
We finished this project last May or something. Since then I've been working on writing songs for Depeche. And we are about to embark on a whole new project. We're starting in the studio at the end of March, hoping to have an album finished by the end of the year, and then probably getting to the whole touring process in 2013.

I think it's too early, really, to talk about [the record], because everybody is quite happy with the actual sound of the demos, which is quite reassuring and a bit of a novelty. We feel like we've got a head start on this album before we even got to the studio. It probably won't be out until spring next year."

Read the whole interview

Anthony Bourdain, a Depeche Mode fan?

16 December 2011

Is Anthony Bourdain a Depeche Mode fan? Probably. In his 13-song playlist over at iTunes Apple, he included Depeche Mode's 'World In My Eyes' as you can see below:

Depeche Mode's 'World In My Eyes' In Anthony Bourdain's Plylist

He comments on the song: "This reminds me of Hong Kong, where I always feel very far away."

Here is the link to the complete playlist.

Listen To Depeche Mode's cover of U2's "So Cruel"

10 December 2011

Depeche Mode does an amazing cover of U2's "So Cruel". You can listen to it in the Youtube link below:

Its their contribution to the forthcoming "AHK-Toong BAY-Bi Covered" CD, joining other bands in paying tribute to the 1991 U2 album "Achtung Baby". The compilation CD, celebrating the 20th anniversary of "Achtung Baby", will come with the December 2011 issue of Q Magazine (#305). The magazine with the free CD will be in shops from October 26th.

Martin Reunites With Vince After 30 years

22 November 2011

VCMG Vince Clarke & Martin Gore

After 30 years working on their respective ongoing music projects, Vince Clarke (Erasure / Yazoo / Depeche Mode) and Martin L. Gore (Depeche Mode) come together for the first time since 1981 as VCMG (their combined initials) to release a brand new album preceded by a series of EPs.

VCMG is the fruit of initially tentative discussion and subsequent enthused collaboration where Vince and Martin, both influential as pioneers in electronic music, get to exercise their lifelong love of the genre as the techno inspired VCMG.

As Vince explains: "“I’ve been getting into and listening to a lot of Minimal, Techno & House music and I got really intrigued by all the sounds… I realised I needed a collaborator… so it occurred to me to talk to Martin."

Gore said in a press release, "Out of the blue I got an e-mail from Vince just saying, 'I'm interested in making a techno album. Are you interested in collaborating?' This was maybe a year ago. He said, 'No pressure, no deadlines,' so I said, 'OK,' and that's what we've been doing the last six month."

The writing and recording of the album was done in a typically unique way with the pair working alone in their respective studios, communicating only via email, exchanging files until the album was ready. It was in May 2011 that the pair met for the first time to discuss the project when they both performed at Short Circuit presents Mute festival in London.

The album (title to be announced soon) which has already been recorded was produced by Vince Clarke and Martin L. Gore and mixed by the influential Californian electronic artist Überzone / Q and will be released in the spring of 2012.

The first release is an EP entitled Spock. EP1 / SPOCK will feature remixes from Edit-Select, aka Tony Scott, the UK DJ / producer and founder of EditSelect Records whose previous remix credits include Speedy J, Death In Vegas and Gary Beck; Regis, British techno musician Karl O'Connor, member of the Sandwell District collective and co-founder of Downwards Records); DVS1, Brooklyn based producer Derek VanScoten (Radiohead / Sleigh Bells / Emancipator); plus XOQ, the alter ego of Überzone / Q, who mixed the VCMG album.

EP1 / SPOCK will be available initially as a global exclusive on Beatport on 30 November, and then on all DSPs from 12 December with the 12" release following on 19 December 2011.

Other websites carrying the news:  Pitchfork, Electrowow,  Dummy

SPOCK Artwork:


EP1 / Spock Tracklist:
01 Spock (Album version)
02 Spock (Edit Select remix)
03 Spock (Regis remix)
04 Spock (DVS1 Voyage Home remix)
05 Spock (XOQ remix)

The EP's titular track is here - stream it, below.



Susan Boyle Covers Depeche Mode's "Enjoy The Silence"

29th September 2011

Depeche Mode's 'Enjoy The Silence' Covered by Susan Boyle in her 3rd album 'Someone To Watch Over Me'Susan Boyle has decided to cover Depeche Mode's classic "Enjoy The Silence" which will feature in her forthcoming third album "Someone to Watch Over Me" (out November 1st 2011). "The melody of the song is just beautiful," Boyle tells Rolling Stone, "but really that lyric sounds like it will touch so many people in the way it touched me." Boyle's version sounds like it has been slowed down with the gender changed ("my little boy").

Depeche Mode Covers U2

4th September 2011

Depeche Mode will contribute a cover of U2's "So Cruel" to an upcoming Achtung Baby tribute album in connection with the 20th anniversary reissue of Achtung Baby (the album turns 20 in November 2011). This was confirmed by the U2's frontman, Bono, himself during a press conference at the Toronto International Film Festival. The cover was recorded in Santa Barbara and New York.

Depeche Mode, Remodeled

Thursday, June 2, 2011


The English trio Depeche Mode forged synth-pop in the 1980s, then scored massive hits in the 1990s with songs like “Personal Jesus” and “Enjoy the Silence.” Now, the group has enlisted a crew of wiz to rework its back catalog the collection “Remixes 2: 81-11.” Frontman Dave Gahan joins us to talk about the album, the band and his career. Check out the video below of the interview.


Depeche Mode - Remixes 2: 81-11 3CD

Depeche Mode - Remixes 2On 6 June 2011, Depeche Mode will release Remixes 2: 81-11 on Mute. An inspiring collection of new and classic mixes of material covering their entire career, the album includes remixes of tracks from their 1981 debut Speak And Spell, through to 2009's Sounds Of The Universe, and is the follow-up to 2004's million-plus selling Remixes 81-04. These remixes reinforce Depeche Mode's standing as one of the world's most influential and innovative acts.

Depeche Mode have been at the forefront of remix culture for the best part of three decades and this new compilation includes classic mixes from M83, UNKLE, Trentemøller, François Kervorkian and Dan The Automator, alongside all-new mixes from Stargate, Eric Prydz, Karlsson & Winnberg (from Miike Snow) and Röyksopp. In addition to this, the expanded editions include exclusive remixes by former band members Vince Clarke and Alan Wilder - the first time either artist has remixed tracks for their former colleagues.

Remixes 2: 81-11 will be available in two different CD formats - Single and Triple Disc versions, as well as digital download.

Highlights from the selection of classic mixes include reworkings of "Dream On" from 2001's Exciter, "Suffer Well," "John the Revelator" and "A Pain That I'm Used To" from 2006's Playing The Angel and "In Chains," "Peace" and "Wrong" from 2009's Sounds Of The Universe, while the new mixes include "Tora! Tora! Tora!" and "Puppets" from 1981's Speak And Spell, "Never Let Me Down Again" and "Behind The Wheel" from Music For The Masses as well as "A Question Of Time" from 1986's Black Celebration. The lead single is "Personal Jesus", from 1990's Violator, also features several strong remixes as part of the package.


01. Dream On (Bushwacka Tough Guy Mix) (2001)
02. Suffer Well (M83 Remix) (2006)
03. John The Revelator (UNKLE Reconstruction) (2006)
04. In Chains (Tigerskin's No Sleep Remix) (2011)
05. Peace (SixToes Remix) (2009)
06. Lilian (Chab Vocal Remix Edit) (2006)
07. Never Let Me Down Again (Digitalism Remix) (2006)
08. Corrupt (Efdemin Remix) (2009)
09. Everything Counts (Oliver Huntemann & Stephan Bodzin Dub) (2006)
10. Happiest Girl (The Pulsating Orbital Vocal Mix) (1990)
11. Walking In My Shoes (Anandamidic Mix) (1993)
12. Personal Jesus (The Stargate Mix) (2011)
13. Slowblow (Darren Price Mix) (1997)

01. Wrong (Trentemøller Club Remix) (2009)
02. World In My Eyes (Dub In My Eyes) (1990)
03. Fragile Tension (Peter Bjorn & John Remix) (2009)
04. Strangelove (Tim Simenon / Mark Saunders Remix) (1988)
05. A Pain That I'm Used To (Jacques Lu Cont Remix) (2005)
06. The Darkest Star (Monolake Remix) (2006)
07. I Feel You (Helmet At The Helm Mix) (1993)
08. Higher Love (Adrenaline Mix Edit) (2004)
09. Fly On The Windscreen (Death Mix) (1985)
10. Barrel Of A Gun (United Mix) (1997)
11. Only When I Lose Myself (Dan The Automator Mix) (1998)
12. Ghost (Le Weekend Remix) (2009)

01. Personal Jesus (Alex Metric Remix Edit) (2011)
02. Never Let Me Down Again (Eric Prydz Remix) (2011)
03. Behind The Wheel (Vince Clarke Remix) (2011)
04. Leave In Silence (Claro Intelecto 'The Last Time' Remix) (2011)
05. In Chains (Alan Wilder Remix) (2011)
06. When The Body Speaks (Karlsson & Winnberg Remix) (2011)
07. Puppets (Röyksopp Remix) (2011)
08. Tora! Tora! Tora! (Karlsson & Winnberg (from Miike Snow) Remix) (2011)
09. Freestate (Clark Remix) (2011)
10. I Want It All (Roland M. Dill Remix) (2011)
11. A Question Of Time (Joebot presents 'Radio Face' Remix) (2011)
12. Personal Jesus (Sie Medway-Smith Remix) (2011)

Depeche Mode - Remixes 2 cds

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