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9 thoughts on “ Blue Dress - Depeche Mode - Violator (CD, Album)

  1. Label: Mute - CD Stumm 64,Mute - CDSTUMM 64 • Format: CD Album • Country: Hong Kong • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop Depeche Mode - Violator (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5.
  2. Violator (Depeche Mode) Hunting High & Low (A-Ha!) The rest of them, I just like them on a per song basis! "VIOLATOR" is defintely a template of a great techno-electronica album and worth rediscovery by the younger generation, who is now looping back around and .
  3. (Album bio adapted from Wikipedia) Violator is the seventh studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode, released on 19 March by Mute Records. Preceded by the hit singles.
  4. Depeche Mode released their debut record in , Speak & Spell, bringing the band onto the British new wave scene. Clarke left the band after the release of the album, leaving the band as a trio to record A Broken Frame, released the following year.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Violator on Discogs. Label: Mute - ALCB • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop Depeche Mode - Violator (, CD) | Discogs/5(6).
  6. Depeche Mode are an English band, founded in , originally from the town of Basildon, Essex, United Kingdom. They are one of the most enduring and successful bands to have emerged during the 80s, and particularly from the new wave/new romantic era. The band name is derived from a French fashion magazine, Dépêche mode, which means "fashion dispatch.".
  7. In a word, stunning. Perhaps an odd word to use given that Violator continued in the general vein of the previous two studio efforts by Depeche Mode: Martin Gore's upfront lyrical emotional extremism and knack for a catchy hook filtered through Alan Wilder's ear for perfect arrangements, ably assisted by top English producer resslorelifitbackcontdimiscwealthpostcrow.coinfo the idea that this record would both dominate worldwide.
  8. Mar 28,  · Fast-forward three years later: Depeche Mode had become popular enough to incite a riot. To promote their seventh album, Violator, the band did .

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