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Media formatLP
Media PackagingStandard
Available since 10.02.2017
Product code349792

Appears as a re-release in vinyl!

Work on Depeche Mode's 1997 album 'Ultra' was repeatedly interrupted due to problems until – following band member Dave Gahan's rehabilitation – the album could be concluded with the help of producer Tim Simenon. The result is yet another Depeche Mode classic!

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New era in it's history DM

The album in which appearance is not believed even by the participants of the legendary band, eventually appeared on the same bill and marked the beginning of a new era in its history. While most fans of Depeche Mode and today called Violator and Songs Of Faith And Devotion most significant work of the collective, Ultra, by and large, it gives the plates in only one. This disc was released afterwards. Ultra went on sale in 1995. Music group again has undergone major changes. Even the composition of Depeche Mode was not the same.
After Songs Of Faith And Devotion Depeche Mode have followed the grueling tour, and the band had difficulty finding their disciplinary and creative nature for him. Dave Gahan continued to settle on drugs and several times found himself on the verge of death. In this state, the vocalist was clearly not up to the musical affairs, and plans for the dissolution of Depeche Mode took on in his head more precise contours. In addition, the quartet became a trio when the group left Alan Wilder, who, perhaps, was not so noticeable on the stage, but it was an authority in the studio. Alan just could not believe that the team is able to continue to work as efficiently and effectively. In fact, in the ranks of Depeche Mode was only one man who refused to give up. Martin Gore fact alone convinced Andy Fletcher and David Gahan try to write something new.

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