Saturday, May 06, 2006

Depeche Mode live

Depeche Mode have teamed up with Live Here Now, a company that records shows and makes them available for purchase immediately afterwards, to do just that for their current tour.

Shows are already available on the Depeche Mode Live website, where you can also pre-order upcoming concerts, including a May 17 performance at Montreal's Bell Centre and a gig at Toronto's Air Canada Centre the next evening.

Each show can be purchased as either a two-CD set or a digital download with a printable cover and digital artwork that includes exclusive shots from noted photographer Anton Corbijn.

If you'd rather hear Depeche Mode from the studio instead of on stage, Rhino is reissuing the electro-pop-rock group's 1981 debut, Speak & Spell, as well as 1987's Music For The Masses and 1990's Violator, on May 16. Each album will come with a bonus DVD featuring a 5.1 audio mix, B-sides, remixes and new interviews.

Speak & Spell will be bolstered by the addition of "Ice Machine," "Shout," "Any Second Now" and the schizo mix of "Just Can't Get Enough."

Music For The Masses' bonus tracks are "Route 66," "Agent Orange," "Pleasure, Little Treasure," "Stjarna" and "Sonata No. 14 In C#m (Moonlight Sonata)."

Violator is augmented by "Dangerous," "Memphisto," "Sibeling," "Kaleid" and alternate mixes of "Happiest Girl" and "Sea Of Sin."


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