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Depeche Mode - Singles 1986-1998 CD (2 CD set) £3.75 delivered @ Zavvi

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Cheapest I've seen thi fab collection "Singles 86-98" is a two disc compilation album of all the singles released by the English electronic band Depeche Mode. It was released as a follow-up to t… Read More
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[mod] 6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Cheapest I've seen thi fab collection

"Singles 86-98" is a two disc compilation album of all the singles released by the English electronic band Depeche Mode. It was released as a follow-up to the bands previous compilation "The Singles 81-85", which was also re-released in the same year. The compilation covers the band's 7 inch single releases spanning five studio albums (from 1986's "Black Celebration" to 1997's "Ultra"), as well as including the band's 1998 stand-alone single "Only When I Lose Myself". Also included is "Little 15" (from "Music For The Masses", released as a single in Europe), and the live version of "Everything Counts" (from the live album "101"), which was released as a single in 1989. All tracks on "The Singles 86-98" were newly remastered, as was the case with the re-release of "The Singles 81-85".

Tracklisting

Disc 1
1.Stripped
2.A Question Of Lust
3.A Question Of Time
4.Strangelove
5.Never Let Me Down Again
6.Behind The Wheel
7.Personal Jesus
8.Enjoy The Silence
9.Policy Of Truth
10.World In My Eyes

Disc 2
1.I Feel You
2.Walking In My Shoes
3.Condemnation
4.In Your Room
5.Barrel Of A Gun
6.It's No Good
7.Home
8.Useless
9.Only When I Lose Myself
10.Little 15
11.Everything Counts (Live)
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1 Like #1
Worth getting even if you have the DM Albums as a number of these tracks released as singles were remixed from their originals, such as "In Your Room" which is very different to the "Songs Of Faith & Devotion" album.
banned#2
I never heard of him, was he the guy who won American Idol as few years ago ?

Edited By: horacevankhute on Jun 19, 2011 23:05: .
1 Like #3
The resident troll is in the house.
#4
Ah takes me back to my youth, spending all my money on 12 inch singles (vinyl still rules!) and feeling delighted when I found limited edition remixes of Strangelove and the rest...

Is it just me or does anyone else get really annoyed when that TV advert comes on with some woman 'singing' a slow weird version of Strangelove...? oO
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Over The Knee
Ah takes me back to my youth, spending all my money on 12 inch singles (vinyl still rules!) and feeling delighted when I found limited edition remixes of Strangelove and the rest...

Is it just me or does anyone else get really annoyed when that TV advert comes on with some woman 'singing' a slow weird version of Strangelove...? oO


No, because "some woman singing" a "weird" version of Strangelove happens to be Natasha Kahn from the wonderful (in my opinion) Bat For Lashes, and I happen to like the band lol

I do have one embarassing memory of "Strangelove" though, back in my youth when I had "taped" (yes remember those days) the Music For The Masses album, on my rather poor Toshiba Midi System (Yes...once more remember those days Midi Systems) even its 5 band graphic equaliser did not enhance any fact that the first few times I listened to the song I thought Dave Gahan was singing "you have to make this like liverpool" instead of "life livable" :3

Reminds me of the old Maxell Israelites advert :D




Edited By: cicobuff on Jun 19, 2011 23:23: link
#6
Aaah, Depeche Mode. Soundtrack to my youth - have to give heat purely for that reason!

Kinda lost interest after Alan Wilder left but I still think Martin Gore is one of the greatest songwriters of my generation.
#7
The best songs new order never wrote
#8
+ 1 I just can't get enough.
#9
Heat....
#10
Superb!
1 Like #11
Still kicking myself for not seeing them on the 101 tour at St Georges Hall Bradford!!!
#12
mash
+ 1 I just can't get enough.


+1
#13
Whatever i've done, whaaaaat ever,,, whatever ...been staring down the barrel of a gun!

Top album already have this but have some heat! ;)
#14
Excellent price for an excellent album. I'd buy it if I didn't have it already. Heat added :)

Cicobuff - you can't beat a bit of vinyl and the old hifi. I drag mine out of the loft every now and then after a few sherbets lol.
#15
Love a bit of DM so have some heat :)
#16
fantastic double album. hot!
#17
Great price for some timeless tunes.

DM rule.
#18
My favourite band. So missunderstood in the uk. Violator and songs of faith are my fave.

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