Depeche Mode - 1980-11-14 Southend-On-Sea (from DMLiveWiki) FLAC | dmremix.pro
1980-11-14 Southend-On-Sea - from LiveWiki [source 1]

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A very good sounding audience recording. This is currently the second earliest genuine recording circulating of Depeche Mode[1].
This transfer has better sound than the bootlegs "King Of Strangers" and "A Nice Surprise". It's much clearer , with less distortion and noise. Overpowering bass has been diminished and the recording made even clearer thanks to excellent remastering by Fage. Audience noise is still missing between tracks, just as on the bootlegs. Tora! Tora! Tora! misses the last few seconds, and several other songs sound like they're missing the first few seconds. New Life does not fade-in, and Ice Machine does not fade out as on the bootleg versions. A skip on my tape during Ice Machine was patched using the "A Nice Surprise" CD bootleg source. I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead is quite different from future live versions. Many other songs also have different drums or synths, so this short recording is worth a listen if you haven't heard it yet.​

1.Television Set
3:25​
2.Addiction
3:28​
3.Dreaming Of Me
3:40​
4.Just Can't Get Enough
3:35​
5.Big Muff
4:02​
6.I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead
2:01​
7.Tora! Tora! Tora!
3:03​
8.Photographic
3:27​
9.New Life
3:21​
10.Ice Machine
4:23​
Total time: 34:24

References 1. The earliest genuine recording currently circulating is 1980-10-30 Bridge House, London, England, UK
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