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  1. Rock America Mainstream May 1988

  2. Rock America Mainstream April 1988

  3. Rock America Mainstream March 1988

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  6. DTVideos Club Remixes Vol.136

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  10. DTVideos Club Remixes Vol.132

  11. DTVideos Club Remixes Vol.131

  12. DTVideos Club Remixes Vol.130

  13. DTVideos Club Remixes Vol.129

  14. Telegenics Number 102D. Dance Plus. September 1991

  15. Telegenics Number 102C. Top 40 Pop. September 1991

  16. Telegenics Number 102B. Urban. September 1991

  17. Telegenics Number 102A. Progressive. September 1991

  18. Telegenics Number 101D. Dance Plus. August 1991

  19. Telegenics Number 101C. Top 40 Pop. August 1991

  20. Telegenics Number 101B. Urban. August 1991

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English singers Vince Clarke and Andrew Fletcher formed their first band in the distant 1976. At that time their duo was titled No Romance in China and performed mainly in small clubs of London and its suburbs. Three years later, when the third member, guitarist Martin Li Gore, joined the band, the guys moved to more prestigious and popular places.

The band got its final name in late 70s. In 1980, after a successful performance, Depeche Mode captured the attention of Mute Records company, and several years later, the team signed a contract with it.

The audience of London met Depeche Mode positively due to, first of all, a nice combination of classic guitar and electronic synthesizer soundings. Unfortunately, despite the perfect music and qualitative texts, the band’s vocal left a lot to be desired. But everything changed in 1981 when the vocalist David Gahan joined the group. They first peaked at #57 on the British chart with a song “Dreaming of Me”. This song is considered to be the first real success in the musicians’ career.

In the same 1981, the band embarked on a tour in Europe, giving concerts and gaining new fans. Their next song “Just Can't Get Enough” was a real breakthrough for the band and reached Top 10 of the British chart. Keeping on the work, Depeche Mode recorded the first album, titled Speak & Spel, which sold many hundred thousand copies.

A year later, one event shocked the band and, especially, its fans. Vince Clarke, a songwriter and composer, due to whom European music admirers fell in love with Depeche Mode works, left the band. Many people thought that the group would lose its originality with a new leader but they were mistaken. Martin Gore, who replaced Clarke, showed himself as a real leader. Their new single “See You” peaked at #6 on the British chart. The band found a new keyboard player and the new lineup went on winning the hearts of rock and pop music fans.

The first success was followed by the next ones. Every new album and recorded single of the band was met by the great excitement of the public. Depeche Mode approved its name by becoming a role model for millions of people. New musicians started imitating their way of performing and fans copied a visual image of the band’s members. By the beginning of 90s, Depeche Mode, after numerous concerts, massacred the European music admirers as well as the transoceanic audience. They really became world stars.

The members of Depeche Mode experienced a lot of trials, from musicians’ leaving the band up to drug dealing problems, due to which the band was every day within sight of disbandment. But every time, after solving the problems, talented English singers began to record the music and to work at their unmatched videoclips full of some depressive symbolism. The twelfth, and last, album of the band was released under the label Mute in 2009. It is titled Sounds of the Universe and was released after a long break, during which Depeche Mode’s fans were looking forward to renewing of studioworks of the favourite music band.

Depeche Mode Video Everything Counts (Pasadena Rose Bowl 1989 Live Version)

Telegenics Number 73A. Progressive. April 1989

Depeche Mode Video Strangelove

The Video Pool UK June 1987

Depeche Mode Video Walking In My Shoes

Wolfram Video 1123 Hot Video B. June 1993

Depeche Mode Video I Feel You

Wolfram Video 1092 Hot Video A. April 1993

Depeche Mode Video Strangelove '88 (Remix)

Telegenics Number 68A. Progressive. November 1988

Depeche Mode Video Enjoy The Silence 04 (Remix)

MixMash Italiano January 2005

Depeche Mode Video Strangelove '88

Telegenics Number 66A. Progressive. September 1988

Depeche Mode Video Suffer Well

MixMash Espanol March 2006

Depeche Mode Video Strangelove

Videopool Modern Dance July 1987 Vol.1

Depeche Mode Video Enjoy The Silence

Wolfram Video 0687 Hot Video A. April 1990

Depeche Mode Video Behind The Wheel

Telegenics Number 62A. Progressive. May 1988

Depeche Mode Video In Your Room

Telegenics Number 132A. Progressive. March 1994

Depeche Mode Video Master And Servant

Rock America November 1984

Depeche Mode Video One Caress

Telegenics Number 130A. Progressive. January 1994

Depeche Mode Video Halo

Telegenics Number 98A. Progressive. May 1991

Depeche Mode Video Master And Servant

Rock America Rock Of The 80s Vol.5

Depeche Mode Video Behind The Wheel

Directors Label Vol.6. The Work Of Director Anton Corbijn

Depeche Mode Video Enjoy The Silence

Directors Label Vol.6. The Work Of Director Anton Corbijn

Depeche Mode Video Walking In My Shoes

Directors Label Vol.6. The Work Of Director Anton Corbijn

Depeche Mode Video Barrel Of A Gun

Directors Label Vol.6. The Work Of Director Anton Corbijn

Depeche Mode Video It's No Good

Directors Label Vol.6. The Work Of Director Anton Corbijn

Depeche Mode Video It's No Good (Tour Projections)

Directors Label Vol.6. The Work Of Director Anton Corbijn

Depeche Mode Video World In My Eyes

Telegenics Number 92A. Progressive. November 1990

Depeche Mode Video Condemnation

Telegenics Number 127A. Progressive. October 1993

Depeche Mode Video Walking In My Shoes

Telegenics Number 123A. Progressive. June 1993
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