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Depeche Mode - Black Celebration [2007 reissue]

Depeche Mode - Black Celebration [2007 reissue]

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Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
Prijs: € 9,50 (EUR)
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CD: CDXSTUMM26
RELEASED: 2007
LABEL: Mute

01. Black Celebration
02. Fly On The Windscreen-Final
03. A Question Of Lust
04. Sometimes
05. It Doesn't Matter Two
06. A Question Of Time
07. Stripped
08. Here Is The House
09. World Full Of Nothing
10. Dressed In Black
11. New Dress

Black Celebration, Depeche Mode's fifth album not counting compilations, is one of their best. Martin Gore's lyrics are less strident and more personal--even the politicized "New Dress" is couched in humanistic detail instead of slogans--and his mostly minor-key melodies have a certain dark majesty. The production and arrangements move further into the atmospheric, somewhat industrial realm first tentatively explored on the preceding Some Great Reward, with more impressive results. "Fly On the Windscreen," a song previewed in a much different arrangement on the singles compilation Catching Up With Depeche Mode, sounds more convincing in this form, and it's one of the band's best-ever efforts .The previous and following albums, Some Great Reward and Music for the Masses, are most similar to Black Celebration, but the music on this album is still unique. Unlike other bands that survived the 80s, Depeche Mode never gave in to the lowest common denominator, and that has given their music a longer-lasting appeal: dark, moody, and melodic.

Influences / Similar Artists:
Simple Minds, New Order, Tubeway Army, Cabaret Voltaire

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