Depeche Mode - Gold Hits mp3 album
Greatest Hits is a greatest hits album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode, released in 1987 by Amiga. It was released exclusively in East Germany on LP and cassette. Side 1: "Shake the Disease" – 4:45. A Question of Lust" – 4:24. It's Called a Heart" – 3:45. Blasphemous Rumours" – 5:06. Everything Counts" – 3:57. People Are People" – 3:43. Side 2: "Master and Servant" – 3:50. Something to Do" – 3:44. Here Is the House" – 4:16.
The discography of English electronic music group Depeche Mode consists of 14 studio albums, six live albums, ten compilation albums, 12 box sets, 13 video albums, 55 singles and 70 music videos. The band's music has been released on several labels, including Some Bizzare, Mute Records, Sire Records, Reprise Records, and Columbia Records.
Depeche Mode, news, catalogue, discography, lyrics, world tour information, history, pictures, online music, audio and video. The Best Of Volume 1. The Complete Depeche Mode. Promo other release. Sometimes I Wish I Was Dead. Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth.
People Are People (In the Style of Depeche Mode). 2. Just Cant Get Enough (In the Style of Depeche Mode). 3. Barrel Of A Gun (In the Style of Depeche Mode). 4. Its No Good (In the Style of Depeche Mode). 5. Home (In the Style of Depeche Mode). 6. Everything Counts (In the Style of Depeche Mode). 7. Dreaming Of Me (In the Style of Depeche Mode). 8. Somebody (In the Style of Depeche Mode).
The Best of Depeche Mode Volume 1 is a greatest hits album by the English electronic band Depeche Mode, released on 8 November 2006 by Mute Records. The album consists of select Depeche Mode singles from their then-25-year career, as well as the previously unreleased track "Martyr"-recorded during the Playing the Angel sessions-which was released as a single in late October 2006.
Depeche Mode translates from French to mean fast fashion, but disposable is the last word to describe its sound. The band has released a staggering 14 albums, and each one is a step forward. 20. Depeche Mode – Blasphemous Rumors. As the world of contemporary music finds itself embroiled in the tough but important discussion of suicide prevention and mental health awareness, this Depeche Mode song from 1984's Some Great Reward takes a twisted approach. The tale of a 16-year-old girl whose suicide attempt fails, she is still cut down in her prime two years later in a fatal car wreck. It was a turning point for the band, one of its biggest hits in its career, and what a strange hit to have: A song about being somebody's own private savior. Gore was inspired to pen it after reading Priscilla Presley's autobiography, Elvis and Me.
Performer: Depeche Mode Album: Songs Of Faith And Devotion Label: Mute. Performer: Depeche Mode Album: Ultra Label: Mute Records.
|1||Master And Servant||3:53|
|3||Love, In Itself||4:30|
|4||Leave In Itself||4:01|
|6||The Thing You Said||3:58|
|7||Policy Of Truth||4:54|
|9||Never Let Me Down Again (Aggro Mix)||4:57|
|10||Nothing To Fear||4:17|
|11||World In My Eyes||4:27|
|14||Behind The Wheel||5:23|
|15||Dressed In Black||2:34|
|16||Dreaming Of Me||3:41|
|17||Get The Balance Right||3:14|
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- Barcode (Text): 7 502751 170016
- Barcode (Scanned): 7502751170016
- Label Code: LC 2751
- Matrix / Runout: PVS 17001
- SPARS Code: ADD
- Rights Society: B.I.E.M. / STEMRA