Depeche Mode - The Best Of mp3 album
Depeche mode best after Violator, hell, maybe even better. It is spiritual and soulfull album with dark elements from Black Celebration. Best song are Walking In My Shoes, In Your Room, Mercy In You and Higher Love. By far the best post-millenium album; glad not to see it at the bottom tough, shouldn't be over ULTRA. Precious, A Pain That I'm Used to, Suffer Well, etc. - alexthecat.
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. The album has sold over one million copies in Europe alone and has been awarded the IFPI Platinum Europe Award.
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. Death's Door (Jazz Mix).
Best Part Of It: It’s the best of the three Hillier albums and a satisfying attempt by Gahan and Co. to finally embrace their age and deliver an odd record that is more interested in pleasing the group than their millions of fans. Best Part Of It: I already told you that before but that album was actually the last one Depeche Mode managed to surprise us with, as it didn’t fulfill the expectations of their fanbase. The reduced electronic patterns of Björk producer Mark Bell spread a new delicate sensuality, resulting in some of Gahan’s best vocal works so far in songs like When The Body Speaks and Goodnight Lovers. It’s not dark and gloomy, and it’s these circumstances alone which make Exciter so interesting an. ell, truly exciting.
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.
This Depeche Mode discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Depeche Mode albums can be found at the top of the list. If you want to know, "What is the Best Depeche Mode album of all time?" or "What are the top Depeche Mode albums?" then this list will answer your questions. The list you're viewing is made up of many different albums, like Violator and Music for the Masses.
Performer: Depeche Mode Album: The Best Of - Volume 1 Label: Mute. Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough 03. Depeche Mode - Everything Counts 04. Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence 05. Depeche Mode - Shake the Disease 06. Depeche Mode - See You 07. Depeche Mode - It's No Good 08.
The Best Of Vol. 1. Rock Dance rock New wave Alternative rock Electronic Rock Electronic Synthpop. Personal Jesus (Single Version). Just Can't Get Enough (Album Version). Everything Counts (Single Version). Enjoy The Silence (ACDMUTEL15 Version). Shake The Disease (Single Version). See You (Single Version). It's No Good (Album Version). Strangelove (Single Version). Suffer Well (Album Version). Dream On (ACDMUTEL15 Version). People Are People (ACDMUTEL15 Version). Martyr (Single Version). Walking In My Shoes (Single Version). I Feel You (Album Version)
Depeche Mode in 1981, when Vince Clarke (third from left) was still in the band. Photograph: Rex Features. 2. Everything Counts. It could have been curtains when Clarke left after the first album, but the remaining members (plus Alan Wilder, initially hired for live outings) had faith in the songwriting abilities of Martin Gore. The third Depeche album, Construction Time Again, featured an assemblage of drubbed scrap metal noise, sampled and manipulated, with the track Pipeline made up entirely of field percussion from found sounds. More radio friendly was Everything Counts, a critique of greed, written as Margaret Thatcher’s first term shaded into her second. The grabbing hands grab all they can lyric captured the zeitgeist; the juxtaposition of the main hook ringing like a till with the more exotic Chinese oboe exemplifies a clash of civilisations and, perhaps, an exhortation to choose between the worldly and the.
|1||Just can´t get enough|
|3||Master and Servant|
|5||Love In Itself|
|6||Get the Balance right|
|8||Leave in Silence|
|9||People are People|
|12||Shake the Disease|