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Apologize Eight - The Live Collection - Live Compilation 1981-2001
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Apologize Eight - The Live Collection
Behind the Wheel (Live 1998-12-12 Los Angeles KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas)
Walking in my Shoes (Live 1994-05-14 Mountainview)
A Question Of Time/ Stripped
Unofficial 2 in 1 Release of singles A Question Of Time (1986) and Stripped (1986)
A Question Of Time (Extended Remix)
Stripped (Live 1986-04-10 Birmingham)
Black Celebration (Live 1986-04-10...
A Question Of Lust / Stripped (1998)
Unofficial 2 in 1 Release of singles A Question Of Lust (1986) and Stripped (1986)
A Question of Lust
Christmas Island (Extended)
People Are People (Live)...
David Gahan (Depeche Mode)
[Smash Hits, 22nd October 1986, Words: Uncredited. Picture: Uncredited.]
Name: David Gahan.
Born: May 9, 1962 in Chigwell, Essex.
Nickname at school: Gahany.
First record bought: It was either David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’ (when it was re-released in 1972) or...
Yes, It's Two Typical Days On Tour With Depeche Mode
[Smash Hits, 27th August 1986. Words: Ro Newton. Pictures: Tim Bauer.]
“Oh, wow. Another gig. HEAVEE.” A strangled voice, sounding strangely like Neil from The Young Ones, drifts from the dressing room. Seconds later, a spiky-topped...
If You Call Yourself A Pop Band You Can Get Away With Anything
[Record Mirror, 23rd August 1986. Words: Andy Strickland. Pictures: Joe Shutter.]
Armed with this trusty philosophy, a few leather mini skirts, a bra and a large acoustic guitar, Depeche Mode are beginning to clean up in Europe...
Depeche Mode's Kinky Moods
[Creem, July 1986. Words: David Keeps. Pictures: Ian Hooton / Andy Freeberg / Retna.]
What would you call a band that wears a lot of black leather, sings about “Masters And Servants” and claims that “God has a sick sense of humor”? And has a brilliant songwriter...
Depeche Mode, Wembley Stadium, London
[Smash Hits, 7th May 1986. Words: William Shaw. Pictures: Andy Catlin, d.i.d. Circle.]
Five years ago Depeche Mode were one of the worst live groups ever imagined. Sheepishly standing behind their synthesisers, they’d plink and plonk away while Dave Gahan...
[Sounds, 26th April 1986. Words: Dave Henderson. Picture: Ronnie Randall.]
Pop idols and young businessmen of the year, Depeche Mode teach Dave Henderson the art of touring. Ronnie Randall gets the holiday snaps.
It’s great to be here… wherever we are. I feel road weary...
A Black Celebration
[Unknown magazine, April 1986. Words: Max Bell. Pictures: John Stoddart.]
Max Bell takes a look at Depeche Mode before, during and after their Black Celebration! Pics John Stoddart.
“Name the only two South American countries that don’t border on Brazil?” Martin Gore...
[Blitz, April 1986. Words: Bruce Dessau. Picture: Russell Young.]
More than five years on, Depeche Mode are still going strong. What’s the secret of the Basildon Bond? Interview by Bruce Dessau. Photograph by Russell Young.
Not nice. The coldest Sunday night in forty years...
One Of Those Days...
[Smash Hits, 26th March 1986. Words: Chris Heath. Pictures: Andy Catlin.]
…you know, when the alarm doesn’t go off and you’ve got a cold and your radio’s conked out and the gerbil’s chewed the corner off the duvet and you’ve got a horrible “spot” on your nose and it’s...
From Lads To Dads
[Just Seventeen, 19th March 1986. Words: Jenny Tucker. Pictures: John Stoddart.]
Basildon born and bred Jenny Tucker talks to Basildon born and bred Dave Gahan (singer) and Andy Fletcher (keyboards) from Depeche Mode about music, guitar riffs and… no, no, babies, marriage...
Black In The Night
[NME, date unknown (March 1986). Words: Steve Sutherland. Picture: John Stoddart.]
The same old song. That Depeche Mode are willing to worm their way out of their lucrative niche as mega-cuddlies is encouraging even if they’ve been at it so long they’ve fashioned a career...
"I Love The Idea Of Wearing Leather And I Love The Idea Of Being Tied Up, Because I Love The Feeling Of Helplessness..."
[Record Mirror, 8th February 1986. Words: Nancy Culp. Pictures: Joe Shutter.]
Heavens, what does Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore get up to in Berlin? Smelly trousers… a little...
[Bobcat Books, London 1986. Words: Dave Thomas. Cover picture: London Features International Ltd / Barry Plummer]
Few instruments can claim to have made a greater impact on popular music than the synthesizer. The electric guitar, of course, outranks the synth in historical...
Depeche Mode Une Celebration
[Wow!, Aout 1986. Texte: Andre Laliberte. Photos: Inconnu.]
Six ans après sa naissance, au plus for de la vague synth-pop, Depeche Mode a finalement emerge comme la plus importante formation de clavieristes des annees 80, et a en juger par la nouvelle generation...