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  • Performer: Depeche Mode
  • Title: A Quick One
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Formats: MP1 MP2 FLAC AA APE AIFF DXD
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Synth-pop
  • MP3 album: 1186 mb
  • FLAC album: 1173 mb
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Depeche Mode - A Quick One download album

Depeche Mode ‎– A Quick One. Label: Beech Marten Records ‎– BM 092. Format: CD, Unofficial Release. Written-By, Arranged By – Depeche Mode. 8. Lie To Me. Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore. 9. Master And Servant.

Depeche Mode - A Quick One. Land: Italy Format: CD, Album Record Company: Beech Marten Records. Depeche Mode - Badlands : Part One. Land: Australia Format: CD, Album Record Company: Turtle Records. Depeche Mode - First Time Around.

Depeche Mode's career can be evenly broken into three phases: Pre-Alan Wilder, Alan Wilder, and Post-Alan Wilder. This album bridges the first two phases; Alan had officially joined the group during this time period but the other three members didn't really start using him until Construction Time Again. Having said that, it has some great moments that are atypical from the Depeche Mode most fans know and love. Highlights include "Leave in Silence", "The Sun and the Rainfall", and "See You".

1984, Bootleg, Depeche Mode. A quick one. Date : 03/11/1984 Lieu : Hammersmith Odeon, Londres, UK Label : Beech Marten Records ‎(Ref. : BM 092 ) Support : 1 cd Durée : 56:25 mn Source : Soundboard Qualité sonore : 9,5/10. Liste des titres : 1. Something To Do (4:15) 2. Puppets (3:52) 3. If You Want (5:08) 4. People Are People (4:10) 5. Leave In Silence (4:59) 6. Somebody (4:52) 7. Ice Machine (3:43) 8. Lie To Me (5:23) 9. Master And Servant (5:11) 10. Photographic (4:21) 11. Everything Counts (6:20) 12.

Ultra is the ninth studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was released on 14 April 1997 by Mute Records. It was their first album since the departure of Alan Wilder in 1995; he had become disillusioned with life in the band. Wilder's departure and lead singer Dave Gahan's drug problems, which culminated in a near-fatal overdose, had caused many people to speculate that Depeche Mode was finished.

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.

It's rare to find bands capable of keeping their own best qualities to the fore while trying something new each time out, but Depeche Mode demonstrate that balance in full on the marvelous Exciter. Arguably the first album made by the group as a cohesive unit since Violator (and bearing some resemblance to that record in overall title and song names - compare "The Sweetest Condition" with "The Sweetest Perfection"), Exciter finds the trio again balancing pop catchiness with experimental depths.

The album was the band’s first since the departure of Alan Wilder, who had left the band in 1995 having become disillusioned with life in Depeche Mode. Wilder’s departure and lead singer Dave Gahan’s drug problems, which culminated in a near-fatal overdose, had caused many people to speculate that the band was finished. This is their first album as a trio since 1982’s A Broken Frame, along with it being their first album where the band themselves were not involved with production

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Intro - Something To Do
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
4:19
2 Puppets
Written-By, Arranged By – V. Clarke*
3:56
3 If You Want
Written-By, Arranged By – A. Wilder*
5:04
4 People Are People
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
4:10
5 Leave In Silence
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
5:00
6 Somebody
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
4:51
7 Ice Machine
Written-By, Arranged By – Depeche Mode
3:43
8 Lie To Me
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
5:23
9 Master And Servant
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
5:21
10 Photographic
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
4:28
11 Everything Counts
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
6:06
12 See You
Written-By, Arranged By – M. L. Gore*
4:07

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Hammersmith Odeon
  • Made By – PhonoComp

Credits

  • Design, Photography By [Cover Photoes] – Cristiano Guerri
  • Synth, Vocals – Alan Wilder, Andy Fletcher*, Martin Gore*
  • Vocals – Dave Gahan

Notes

Incomplete concert recorded live at the Hammersmith Odeon, London (day 2 of 4), November 2, 1984.

Originally recorded and broadcasted by the BBC, this release is missing "Two Minute Warning" (played after "Something To Do"), "New Life", "Shame" (played after "Leave In Silence"), "Blasphemous Rumours", "Told You So" (played after "Lie To Me"), and the last two songs of the show ("Shout" and "Just Can't Get Enough").

℗ 9/1992
Made in Italy

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: BM 092 PHC
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.


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