I am discovering Depeche Mode atm.... I have had songs like "Enjoy the Silence" and "Personal Jesus" on my computer for quite a while but yesterday I decided to download "Violator" and like whoooa! it's completely fantastic I actually love jazz music but I can't help myself it's great Maybe there's something particular you'd advice me to listen to?
Depeche Mode presented the first single of their new album today at the "Echo", the German music award.
I don't really like this song to be honest
I’ve never seen a tennis player – and I’ve met many athletes and champions from all professions throughout Tommy’s entire career – as a person and a complete athlete, Roger is so friendly, so cordial, so open with people. With zero arrogance. The hair on my arm is almost standing up right now. What I’m saying, in essence, it’s almost unbelievable that this type of person exists.
He’s such a pure, class act. In other words, he’s humble. Yet he does not need to be.
They announced a South American tour in the second semester so it's likely I'll see them live for the first time this year.
Anyway, here's my belated top 10:
01. Enjoy the Silence
03. In Your Room
04. Death's Door
05. Suffer Well
06. Mercy In You (especially the live version they played during the Devotional tour)
07. Behind the Wheel
08. Barrel of a Gun
10. Policy of Truth
Originally Posted by Jaap
The tennis equivalent of two old bald men fighting over a comb.
Apparently Depeche Mode's new album has been leaked onto some torrent sites. Obviously I'm not suggesting anyone illegally download copyrighted material, though. Just making light conversation.
Got 'em Solid stuff, although I might complain about a production: Dave sounds like Robert Smith from The Cure on some patches
Not much wrong with Wrong as a first single from the album, it is the "catchiest". They could have also gone with In Simpathy or Fragile Tension or even Peace.
That will be the last victory of Rafa for quite some time.. With his joke mentality and pathetic game, I hope the disgusting player loses every single match next season. He's disgraceful. He should just retire. He's a joke.
As if a new single, video, album, and world tour wasn't enough, those electronic pop vets Depeche Mode have a brand new documentary called The Dark Progression coming out on DVD June 16 via MVD. The career-spanning film sounds legit, too; it features interviews with every band member, as well as producers Gareth Jones, Dave Bascombe, Phil Legg, and Steve Lyon...and Gary Numan and Thomas Dolby. Thomas Dolby really puts it over the top. There's archival footage, performances, and everything else you'd expect from a music DVD, too.