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    Cool Depeche Mode

    TOUR OF THE UNIVERSE home video is finally being released!

    Release dates:
    - November 8, Europe
    - November 9, North America
    Formats:
    - Standard version (DVD, 2xCD)
    - Deluxe version (2xDVD, 2xCD)
    - Blu-ray (2xBD)

    DVD1: Barcelona, 20th/21st November 2009
    - In Chains
    - Wrong
    - Hole to Feed
    - Walking in My Shoes
    - It's No Good
    - A Question of Time
    - Precious
    - Fly on the Windscreen
    - Jezebel
    - Home
    - Come Back
    - Policy of Truth
    - In Your Room
    - I Feel You
    - Enjoy the Silence
    - Never Let Me Down Again
    - Dressed in Black
    - Stripped
    - Behind the Wheel
    - Personal Jesus
    - Waiting for the Night
    Bonus Tracks
    - World in My Eyes
    - Sister of Night
    - Miles Away / The Truth Is
    - One Caress

    DVD2: Extras
    Inside the Universe (Tour Documentary)
    Screen Projections
    - In Chains
    - Walking in My Shoes
    - Precious
    - Come Back
    - Policy of Truth
    - Enjoy the Silence
    - Personal Jesus
    Tour Rehearsals
    - Wrong
    - Walking in My Shoes
    Bonus Tracks
    - Insight
    - Hole to Feed
    - Behind the Wheel
    - Never Let Me Down Again
    Music Videos
    - Wrong
    - Peace
    - Hole to Feed
    - Fragile Tension

    2xCD
    - Complete Audio Performance from DVD1
    Last edited by halo eighteen; 11-01-2010 at 07:08 PM.

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    I didn't get to see this particular tour, so I'm glad video is being released and especially on blu-ray! It's kind of aggravating though how Master and Servant and Strangelove were both played for the first time in a couple decades but they're nowhere to be found on the tracklisting. (But a big YAY for Insight and Fly on the Windscreen!)
    Last edited by halo eighteen; 09-26-2010 at 04:08 AM.

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    whoa cool!

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    I wish Insight was on the cd portion, but I can't complain, this set fuckin' rocks.

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    this thing is expensive no matter which version you get but I still want it. I better save it for an X-mas gift if I get too many gift cards again.

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    ^
    Seriously. I was bitching for a while now about the $40 sale price of the blu-ray version, but it seems like the "standard" version is only a few bucks less than that. Makes the blu-ray look even more appealing.

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    Depeche Mode makes Slant's best album list of the 90s!

    37. Depeche Mode, Violator. Just three months after the '90s officially began, Depeche Mode dropped Violator, effectively bringing their dark, decidedly '80s new wave brand into the young decade. What came to ultimately define the record were three tracks that went on to become the group's biggest hits: the drumming, droning "Personal Jesus," the climb-up, climb-down pop song "Enjoy the Silence," and the sliding, seductive "Policy of Truth." What all three clearly demonstrated is that Depeche Mode's synth-pop thrusts reached well beyond the genre's usual limitations: The triumphant Violator is gothic, jazzy, beguiling, and most of all, a nuanced marriage of pop, rock, electronica, and dance. KL

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    Favorite DM albums? Anyone? Top three?

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    Violator
    Songs of Faith and Devotion
    Ultra / Playing the Angel

    I know, I know... Typical, but those are my honest choices.

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    Some Great Reward
    Music for the Masses
    Construction Time Again


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    Violator, SOFAD, and Playing the Angel


    Did you hear the Bat for Lashes cover of Strangelove? Very top of this page - http://www.youtube.com/gucciparfums

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    1. Ultra
    2. Violator
    3. Songs of Faith and Devotion

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    Violator
    Playing the Angel
    Music for the Masses

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    01. Black Celebration
    02. Music For The Masses
    03. Violator

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