Depeche Mode - A Pain That Im Used To (Radio CD Version 1) (CDr)

Depeche Mode - A Pain That Im Used To (Radio CD Version 1) (CDr)

Any Second Now Voices Leave in Silence 2. My Secret Garden 3. Monument 4. Nothing to Fear 5. See You 6. Satellite 7. The Meaning of Love 8. A Photograph of You 9. Love, In Itself 2. More Than a Party 3. Pipeline 4. Everything Counts 5. Two Minute Warning 6. Shame 7. The Landscape Is Changing 8. Told You So 9. And Then… Something to Do 2. Lie to Me 3. People Are People 4. Stories of Old 6. Somebody 7. Master and Servant 8.

If You Want 9. Black Celebration 2. Fly On the Windscreen Final 3. A Question of Lust 4. Sometimes 5. A Question of Time 7. Stripped 8. Here Is the House 9. World Full of Nothing Dressed In Black Never Let Me Down Again 2. The Things You Said 3. Strangelove 4. Sacred 5. That's not true.

Gore, who had written "Tora! In latethe band placed an anonymous ad in Melody Maker looking for another musician: "Name band, synthesise, must be under twenty-one. In Januarythe band released " See You ", their first single without Clarke, which managed to beat all three Clarke-penned singles in the UK charts, reaching number six. Two more singles, " The Meaning of Love " and " Leave in Silence ", were released ahead of the band's second studio album, on which they began work in July Daniel Miller informed Depeche Mode - A Pain That Im Used To (Radio CD Version 1) (CDr) that he was not needed for the recording of the album, as the core trio wanted to prove they could succeed without Vince Clarke.

A non-album single, " Get the Balance Right! The album saw a dramatic shift in the group's sound, due in part to Wilder's introduction of the Synclavier and E-mu Emulator samplers. In their early years, Depeche Mode had only really attained success in Europe and Australia. This changed in Marchwhen they released the single " People Are People ".

Sirethe band's North American record label, released a compilation of the same name which included tracks from A Broken Frame and Construction Time Again as well as several B-sides. On the American tour, the band was, according to Gore, "shocked by the way the fans were turning up in droves at the concerts".

In SeptemberSome Great Reward was released. Melody Maker claimed that the album made one "sit up and take notice of what is happening here, right under your nose.

Also included was the first Martin Gore ballad, "Somebody" — such songs would become a feature of all following albums. In Julythe band played their first-ever concerts behind the Iron Curtainin Budapest and Warsaw. This view of the band was in sharp contrast to how the band was perceived in Europe, despite the increasingly dark and serious tone in their songs. Depeche Mode's musical style shifted slightly again in with the release of their fifteenth single, " Stripped ", and its accompanying album Black Celebration.

Retaining their often imaginative sampling and beginning to move away from the "industrial pop" sound that had characterised their previous two LPs, the band introduced an ominous, highly atmospheric and textured sound.

Gore's lyrics also took on a darker tone and became more pessimistic. The music video for " A Question of Time " was the first to be directed by Anton Corbijnbeginning a working relationship that continues to the present.

Corbijn has directed 20 of the band's videos the latest being 's "Where's the Revolution". He has also filmed some of their live performances and designed stage sets, as well as most covers for albums and singles starting from Violator. For 's Music for the Massesthe band's sound and working methods continued to develop.

It was the first time they worked with a producer not related to Mute Records. Dave Bascombe was called to assist with the recording sessions; although, according to Alan Wilder, Bascombe's role ended up being more that of engineer.

Record Mirror described Music for the Masses as "the most accomplished and sexy Mode album to date". Billboard chart. The Music for the Masses Tour began 22 October On 7 Marchwith no previous announcement that they would be the headlining act, Depeche Mode played in the Werner-Seelenbinder-HalleEast Berlin, [50] becoming one of the few Western groups to perform in the Communist East Germany.

They also performed concerts in Budapest and Prague in[51] both Communist also at the time. The world tour ended 18 June with a concert at the Pasadena Rose Bowl. Paid attendance of 60, [52] was the highest in eight years for the venue.

The event was documented ina concert film by D. Pennebaker and its accompanying soundtrack album. The film is notable for its portrayal of fan interaction.

The initial result of this session was the single " Personal Jesus. The resulting furor helped propel the single to number 13 on the UK charts, becoming one of their biggest sellers to date. In the United States, it was their first gold single and their first Top 40 hit since "People Are People", eventually becoming the biggest-selling inch single in Warner Records ' history up to that point.

A few months later it reached number eight in the U. The event attracted approximately 20, fans and turned into a near riot. Some attendees were injured while being pressed against the store's glass by the crowd.

Violator was the first Depeche Mode album to enter the Top 10 of the Billboardreaching Number 7 and staying 74 weeks in the chart. It was certified triple platinum in America. Floodon Giants Stadium concert. Film director Wim Wenders had challenged musical artists to write music the way they imagined they would in the yearthe setting of the movie.

The members of Depeche Mode regrouped in Madrid in JanuaryDave Gahan had become interested in the new grunge scene sweeping the U. The number of times I've been sitting in the studio and said, 'I wish I could get a bass that would just go [mimics wet, thick hip-hop bass-drum sound]. Then you can send it through some other device after that, and you've got something that sounds absolutely nothing like a voice, but the source was a voice.

It is a very interesting process. InSongs of Faith and Devotionagain with Flood producing, saw them experimenting with arrangements based as much on heavily distorted electric guitars and live drums played by Alan Wilder, whose debut as a studio drummer had come on the Violator track "Clean" as on synthesizers. The album debuted at number one in both the UK and the US, only the sixth British act to achieve such a distinction to date.

The Devotional world tour followed, documented by a concert film of the same name. Depeche Mode - A Pain That Im Used To (Radio CD Version 1) (CDr) film was directed by Anton Corbijnand in earned the band their first Grammy nomination.

The final leg of the tour, consisting of more North American dates, followed shortly thereafter and ran until July. As a whole, the Devotional Tour is to date the longest and most geographically diverse Depeche Mode tour, spanning fourteen months and individual performances. Unfortunately, within the group, this level of input never received the respect and acknowledgement that it warrants.

He continued to work on his personal project Recoilreleasing a fourth album Unsound Methods in Despite Gahan's increasingly severe personal problems, Gore tried repeatedly during and to get the band recording again. However, Gahan would rarely turn up to scheduled sessions, and when he did, it would take weeks to get any vocals recorded; one six-week session at Electric Lady in New York produced just one usable vocal for "Sister of Night"and even that was pieced together from multiple takes.

The album debuted at No. The band did not tour in support of the album, with Fletcher quoted as saying: "We're not fit enough. Dave's only eight months into his sobriety, and our bodies are telling us to spend time with our families. A second singles compilation, The Singles 86—98was released inpreceded by the new single " Only When I Lose Myself ", which had been recorded during the Ultra sessions.

Bell introduced a minimalist, digital sound to much of the album, influenced by IDM and glitch. Critical response to the album was mixed, with reasonably positive reviews from some magazines NMERolling Stone and LA Weeklywhile others including Q magazine, PopMattersand Pitchfork derided it as sounding underproduced, dull and lacklustre. In October the band won the first-ever Q magazine "Innovation Award". InGahan released his first solo album, Paper Monstersand toured to promote the record.

A new remix compilation album, Remixes 81—04was released infeaturing new and unreleased promo mixes of the band's singles from to In Octoberthe band released their 11th studio album Playing the Angel.

Produced by Ben Hillierthe album peaked at No. This is the first Depeche Mode album to feature lyrics written by Gahan and, consequently, the first album since 's Some Great Reward featuring songs not written by Gore. The final single from the album was " John the Revelator ", an uptempo electronic track with a running religious theme, accompanied by "Lilian", a lush track that was a hit in many clubs all over the world.

To promote Playing the Angelthe band launched Touring the Angela concert tour of Europe and North Depeche Mode - A Pain That Im Used To (Radio CD Version 1) (CDr) that began in November and ran for nine months. In total, the band played to more than 2.

The new material was just waiting to be played live. It took on a life of its own. This song is also just damn good, dark and brooding with the kind of spiritual overtones that makes any song sound regal. Ain't no time to pussy-foot around with meaning. Depeche Mode are sick of the angry right, and they want you to do something about it. This ethereal dance song is a straight up rallying cry for action. The thought-provoking video was directed by long-time collaborator Anton Corbijn, and features stockinged men in Nazi-like uniforms waving flags before the band's mirthless mugs.

Hey, there's still time to get on board, folks. Revolution, anybody? From 's Delta Machine, this Depeche Mode song stops me in my tracks. Gore and Martin's harmonies are heart wrenching, and that trudging guitar is the perfect, soulful, electric moan. This song plays humanity's futility like a sad angel plays the harp. It's a beautiful, solemn mood, and it makes you wanna bust out your best overly-emotional sing-along performance.

The video was filmed in a former Catholic church in New Orleans, because whenever Depeche Made can make haunting references to Christianity, it will.

It's the intro to 's Exciterand Gahan's raspy voice coming through like a whisper on a telephone. This song's allure is all about how the weird, electronic touches weave in and around the repetitive acoustic guitar. It's very intimate, kind of creepy, and slick with sleeze. It's kind of an anti-party anthem. There's something dangerous in the late nights. It hit both Depeche Mode's strongest markets, peaking at no. It charted in 17 countries, and ushered the band into a new millennium.

It's echo-heavy drum pattern was Depeche Mode - A Pain That Im Used To (Radio CD Version 1) (CDr) by Led Zeppelin, led by heavy, swirling guitar riffs from Gore. The openers just keep coming -- this one, the first track from 's Songs of Faith and Devotion. Screeching guitar lights the way into one of the British band's dirtiest riffs. This album marks the band's greatest departure from electronic elements to date, leaning more on organic instrumentation, an interesting departure following predecessor Violator 's heavy synth work.

It shows so much growth and heralds a new sound for the group. It's also got this twisted Western style, one that reappears in the band's work to follow, with a swinging rhythm heavy with the sound of retribution, and yet, it really Depeche Mode - A Pain That Im Used To (Radio CD Version 1) (CDr) a love song.

Devils thrive on the drive that is fueled. All this running around, well it's getting me down. Just give me a pain that I'm used to. I don't need to believe all the dreams you conceive. You just need to achieve something that rings true. There's a hole in your soul Depeche Mode - A Pain That Im Used To (Radio CD Version 1) (CDr) an animal. With no conscience, repentance unknown. Close your eyes, pay the price for your paradise. Devils feed on the seeds that are sewn.

I can't conceal what I feel, what I know is real. No mistaking the faking, I care. With a prayer in the air I will leave it there. On a note full of hope not despair. ABradio Depeche Mode Exclusively Depeche Mode Radio C Luxembourg 3. NC Radio 2. Get The Balance Right! Never Let Me Down Again. StrangeloveMute, INT Personal JesusMute, 18B, Japan Personal JesusVenusnote,EU. Enjoy The Silence. CondemnationMute, INT Dream OnVenusnote, 2, EU.

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