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Depeche Mode. News | Depeche Mode. New Dave Gahan & Soulsavers Album “Angels & Ghosts” to be Released October 23rd New Track “All of This and Nothing” Out Today Band to Play Six Special, Intimate Shows in USA & Europe (German fans: Multi-platinum selling, Grammy Award-nominated recording artist Dave Gahan, along with musical partner Soulsavers, will release a new album October 23rd. Entitled “Angels & Ghosts”, this is the collaborators’ second album, following their critically-acclaimed 2012 release “The Light the Dead See”. The album launches today with the online premiere of the moody, cinematic anthem “All of This and Nothing”, on VEVO. An evolution from their first album, “Angels & Ghosts” proves to be a markedly stronger and more hard-hitting body of work. A transatlantic collaboration, the writing process started with Dave Gahan and Soulsavers’ Rich Machin exchanging demos and ideas from their respective studios in lower Manhattan and rural England.

Tour | Depeche Mode. Pre-order or Purchase Depeche Mode’s New Album Delta Machine on By April 1st And Receive Early Access to Tickets Tickets Go On Sale To The Public On April 6th at LOS ANGELES, CA (March 11, 2013) – Depeche Mode, one of modern music’s most influential groups with album sales in excess of 100 million, will bring THE DELTA MACHINE WORLD TOUR to North America this summer. As pioneers of the post-punk era and the most popular electronic band of all-time, they continue to draw legions of loyal fans to arenas and stadiums around the world to experience their once-in-a-lifetime performances.

Depeche Mode will kick off their tour on August 22nd at the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Detroit with shows scheduled through October 8th at the Desert Sky Pavilion in Phoenix, AZ. “I’m really looking forward to getting out there and performing. Martin Gore added, “I enjoy being in front of an audience because our songs really take on a life of their own when performed live. Home / a Depeche Mode website. Security Check Required. Depeche Mode on Vimeo. Upload User Stats Profile Images User Bio Welcome to the official Vimeo page for Depeche Mode. The clips contained here are from our Archives area. Be sure to visit the Archives of for all our past content, as well as the main site for news on the band. External Links Related RSS Feeds Featured Videos Recent Activity TM + © 2016 Vimeo, LLC.

Made with k in NYC. Depeche Mode (@depechemode) | Twitter. Depeche Mode. Depeche mode. A band who's first song was released in 1981. depeche mode was part of the new wave scene, breaking into the synth pop genre (now known as "the kings of synth pop") and becoming its kings. Depeche Mode went into the 90's making their fans wiery with their release of Songs of Faith and Devotion, and a split up was almost eminent. 1997's ULTRA was the bands return to fame with the hits "It's No Good" and "Useless". Everyone should buy Depeche Mode's The Singles 86-98 and 81-85, to see the true work of an awesome band. "I am feeling very Depeche Today" The band responsible for making goth/synth pop accessible, not by making it by any means 'accessible' but just really releasing well-crafted music that was filled with a beautiful emotion... DM pioneered the dark side of synth pop to the masses. The best New Wave band ever.

David Gahan, Lead Vocalist Martin Gore, Primary Songwriter, Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards. Depeche Mode's Popular Songs: Personal Jesus The best band ever. Depeche Mode’s ‘Concert For The Masses’ Rose Bowl Show, 25 Years Later. Today marks a historic day in Depeche Mode’s career. Twenty five years ago, on June 18, 1988, the British synth-pop band played the 101st show of their Music For The Masses Tour to more than 65,000 fans at the famed Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

But this show proved to be more special than any of the 100 before it. This show would be dubbed the “Concert for the Masses,” and go down as the band’s most indelible performance. Thanks to, an 18-minute short film was assembled from television news and personal footage boasting several never-before-seen and behind-the-scenes clips from the day of the Rose Bowl concert, which you can watch here. “This will be a very big occasion for us,” said former member Alan Wilder in a pre-concert press conference (shown in the video). “Not only being the largest but also the most prestigious concert we’ve ever played as a headline act.” According to keyboardist Andrew Fletcher, the band’s biggest audience to date had been 40,000. Color Theory presents Depeche Mode - A Tribute. The year is 2001. File sharing service Napster enjoys massive popularity, allowing anyone to download virtually any song in recorded history for free. The internet is abuzz with speculation about Depeche Mode’s upcoming Exciter album, and several leaked tracks appear on Napster, spreading like wildfire.

Some are clearly fake, but others sound like the real deal. Obviously, that’s Martin Gore singing “Ponytail Girl.” Or so I was told by several Napster users when I tried to correct the mistake. The song was in fact leaked, not from Depeche Mode, but from my album Life’s Fairytale, released just two weeks after Exciter. A couple years later I was invited to record a cover version of “I Want You Now” for a Depeche Mode tribute out of the UK.

I’m all out of CDs, but you can download the album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire at I used to have an entire site devoted to the album at Back to home. Depeche Mode Discography at Discogs. English electronic music band formed March 1980 in Basildon, Essex, and named after a popular French fashion magazine. The group's original line-up consisted of Dave Gahan (lead vocals, occasional songwriter since 2005), Martin Gore (keyboards, guitar, vocals, chief songwriter after 1981), Andy Fletcher (keyboards), and Vince Clarke (keyboards, chief songwriter from 1980 until 1981). Depeche Mode released their debut record in 1981, Speak & Spell, bringing the band onto the British new wave scene.

Clarke left the band after the release of the album, leaving the band as a trio to record A Broken Frame, released the following year. Gore took over lead songwriting duties and, later in 1982, Alan Wilder (keyboards, drums, occasional songwriter) officially joined the band to fill Clarke's spot, establishing a line up that would continue for the next thirteen years. Current lineup: Martin L. Gore: keyboards, guitar, vocals Dave Gahan: lead vocals Andrew Fletcher: keyboards. Depeche Mode.