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Опубликовано: 5 мая 2017 г. Depeche Mode - Interview with Dave Gahan. We’re really kind of upset about what’s going on in the world, says Dave Gahan at the start of our interview. Regarding the title, Gahan says we all have a consciousness, and anytime we want we can stop and choose to feel what’s really going on there. We all know when something’s not right.
With all Depeche Mode have accomplished, it's still safe to say they've never done anything quite like new album 'Spirit' before. The band's 14th album, due out this Friday (Mar. 17th) on Columbia Records, sees them bracing the current political landscape in an unprecedentedly direct manner. Lead single "Where's the Revolution?" calls out the government's reliance on fear for public suppression ("They manipulate and threaten/ With terror as a weapon") while sarcastically posing the chorus question, "Where's the revolution?/
After nearly four decades fronting synth-rock godheads Depeche Mode, the singer, 54, seemed happy to settle in and look back on some of the group’s best-known songs, from their early-’80s postpunk experiments to the politically charged lead single from their 14th studio album, Spirit, out now. Read on for his recollections of throwing pans down stairwells, saying yes to Johnny Cash, and censoring rogue horse tails.
Complete your Depeche Mode collection. Did you think there would ever be another Depeche Mode album at that stage? There was a four year gap between 'Songs Of Faith And Devotion' and 'Ultra'.
Depeche Mode (/dəˌpɛʃ-, diː-, dɪ-/) are an English electronic band formed in Basildon, Essex, in 1980. The group currently consists of a trio of Dave Gahan (lead vocals and co-songwriting), Martin Gore (keyboards, guitar, and main songwriting), and Andy Fletcher (keyboards). Depeche Mode released their debut album Speak & Spell in 1981, bringing the band onto the British new wave scene. Founding member Vince Clarke left after the release of the album; they recorded A Broken Frame as a trio.
We’re really kind of upset about what’s going on in the world, says Dave Gahan at the start of our interview. Depeche Mode introduced itself to the world in 1981 with the catchy synth-pop of ‘Speak & Spell. Martin Gore’s writing well matched Gahan’s sensual vocals, and beloved records such as ‘Construction Time Again’ and ‘Violator, made them one the era’s biggest acts. Spirit’ is Depeche Mode’s 14th album, and their video for Where’s the Revolution was directed by their longtime collaborator, Anton Corbijn. Interviewer Joseph Patel asks the singer about his relationship with the famed photographer, who Gahan deems a fifth member of the band.
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Andrew Fletcher, the 'third man' in Depeche Mode, talks to Harry Guerin about their new, return-to-form album, 'Sounds of the Universe', and why now is a very good time to be in "the world's biggest cult band". In 30 years there are bad times and good times. We actually really enjoyed the making of 'Sounds of the Universe'. Sometimes through a bad period you can produce great material. This time, I think we managed to enjoy it and produce something that's pretty good. Things came together with this album to give it a better edge.
Depeche Mode, news, catalogue, discography, lyrics, world tour information, history, pictures, online music, audio and video. The Best Of Volume 1. The Complete Depeche Mode. Promo other release. Sometimes I Wish I Was Dead. Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth. Death's Door (Jazz Mix).
|1||When Did You Start Recording The New Album, 'playing The Angel'?||0:23|
|2||How Did You Choose The Locations For The Album Recording?||0:20|
|3||Do You Collectively Talk About The Direction Of A New Depeche Mode Album Before You Start The Actual Recording?||1:01|
|4||Was It Hard Getting Started On The Album After A Four Year Gap?||0:28|
|5||Were Any Of The Songs Finished When You Went Into The Studio For The First Time?||0:25|
|6||Were You Looking Forward To Making The New Album Or Were You Feeling Sceptical About Going Back Into The Studio?||0:40|
|7||All Three Band Members Have Just Completed Solo Projects, Dave And Martin With Their Albums And Fletch With His Label. Do You Think You've Learnt Anything From This Experience?||0:26|
|8||You Worked With Ben Hillier On 'playing The Angel'. How Was He Chosen To Produce The Album?||1:52|
|9||What Was Ben Hillier's Role In The Studio And The Recording Process For The New Album?||1:50|
|10||What Would You Say Ben Hillier's Strengths Were, As A Producer?||0:43|
|11||Was There Anybody Else Involved In The Recording Process?||0:40|
|12||Did You Know What You Wanted, Musically, Before You'd Started Recording The Album?||0:29|
|13||Would You Say There Are Any Broad Lyrical Themes Running Throughout The Album?||0:49|
|14||Where Did The Album Title 'Playing The Angel' Come From?||0:27|
|15||Does The Theme Of The Title Reverberate Throughout The Whole Album?||0:28|
|16||The First Single From The Album Is "Precious". Can You Tell Us Something About This One?||0:34|
|17||Dave, Could You Tell Us About Your Songs On The Album?||1:40|
|18||Was There Any Heated Debate About Any Particular Tracks On The Album?||0:56|
|19||One Of The Many Key Tracks On The Album Is 'John The Revelator' - Can You Tell Us Anything About This Song?||0:50|
|20||Martin, Do You Feel That You're Getting Better As A Songwriter?||0:30|
|21||How Would You Describe The Sound Of 'playing The Angel' To Anyone Who Hasn't Heard The Album?||0:37|
|22||Would You Describe 'Playing The Angel' As A More Experimental Depeche Mode Album?||1:02|
|23||When You Finish An Album, Are You Normally Pleased With The End Result?||0:35|
|24||Do You Feel Like You're Heading Towards Making The Perfect Depeche Mode Album?||0:45|
|25||Did You Feel That You Were Lucky To Be Working Together Again? Did You Feel That "Exciter" Might Have Been The Last Album?||1:27|
|26||Were You Surprised When Depeche Mode Were Cited As A Major Influence On Dance Culture And The Detroit Techno Scene Of The Late 80's?||0:16|
|27||The Band Are About To Embark On An Extensive World Tour. What Are Your Thoughts On Touring?||0:54|
|28||Depeche Mode Are An Incredibly Successful Group. Do You Feel Proud Of What You've Achieved?||1:13|
|29||Where Do You Think Depeche Mode Fit In Musically In 2005?||0:36|
- Interviewee [Uncredited] – Andrew Fletcher (tracks: 1, 3, 5 to 8, 10, 11, 22, 25, 26), Dave Gahan (tracks: 15, 17 to 19, 22, 25, 27 to 29), Martin L. Gore (tracks: 2, 4, 8 to 10, 12 to 14, 16, 20, 21, 23, 24)
NotesPromotional only interview disc. Issued to promote the Playing The Angel album.
Only Depeche Mode can be heard, not the interviewer.
Comes in Slimline CD-Single Jewel Case.
CDr Matrix: 80 PC13181
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Total Running Time: 22:48