Release Date: 05 March 2007
Format: LP Vinyl
|Hugely influential and hailed by Q magazine as “the most popular electronic band the world has ever known”, Depeche Mode and Mute are proud to announce the first five vinyl albums in a series that will see the band's entire studio album catalogue digitally re-mastered and re-issued on vinyl.
Music for the Masses, Some Great Reward, Songs of Faith and Devotion, Speak and Spell, Violator are released on Mute on 5 March 2007. Each collector’s edition is a brand new cut from the remastered audio, presented in gatefold packaging with the original LP art and sleeve notes by Daniel Miller.
Formed in 1981, Depeche Mode - Dave Gahan, Andy ‘Fletch’ Fletcher and Martin Gore - have spent over 400 combined weeks on the UK charts and continue to win critical acclaim across the world. Their first thirteen albums (released between 1981 and 1998) all reached the UK Top Ten, as did 2005’s Playing The Angel.
One of the most influential groups over the last 25 years, Depeche Mode have inspired generations of new musicians while consolidating their considerable reputation. In the process they have sold over 72 million records and played to audiences in excess of 30 million throughout their remarkable 25-year career. They remain one of the most highly regarded and passionately supported groups in modern music.
A Broken Frame, Black Celebration, Construction Time Again, Exciter and Ultra will follow on 2 April.
1. Never Let Me Down Again
2. The Things You Said
5. Little 15
1. Behind The Wheel
2. I Want You Now
3. To Have And To Hold