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Bands Influenced By Depeche Mode

An intriguing article explores bands 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 ‘Live On Letterman” webcast March, 11th 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

Depeche Mode ‘Live On Letterman” webcast March… by _deaddy

‘An Idiot Abroad’ Dances To ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’

Oh dear, it seems I’m probably the last Depeche Mode fan to stumble upon this delightful discovery. I certainly caught on to the episode a bit late. While engrossed in some household chores with the television humming in the background, the unmistakable dance beats of Depeche Mode’s “Just Can’t Get Enough” suddenly filled the air. Naturally, I promptly abandoned everything and hurried over to the television. To my sheer delight and surprise, there was Karl Pilkington merrily dancing to ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’ in an episode of ‘An Idiot Abroad.’ He showcased his moves amidst some ancient Mexican ruins. For those who may have missed it, you can enjoy a snippet of the video below: