The videos of Basildon synth-pop pioneers Depeche Mode are justly celebrated not only for charting the band's musical evolution but also their penchant for stylish visual imagery. This collection features all of the band's videos from 1986 to 1998. Of the 20 videos here, director Anton Corbijn was responsible for 18, including classics such as "Enjoy the Silence", "Strangelove" and "Personal Jesus", which means this is as much a profile of his work as Depeche Mode's. Much of Corbijn's material was shot in black and white, lending it an artful edge which captures some of the majesty of Mode's music. The non-Corbijn videos are Peter Care's for "Stripped", notable for its bleak imagery, and Clive Richardson's assured "A Question of Lust". The videos are presented chronologically and bookended by interviews with the band discussing the videos and the singles, making this a fantastic retrospective not only of Depeche Mode's visual side, but of their enduring musical legacy too.
01. Interview with Depeche Mode 02. Stripped 03. A Question Of Lust 04. A Question Of Time 05. Strangelove 06. Never Let Me Down Again 07. Behind The Wheel 08. Little 15 09. Everything Counts (Live) 10. Personal Jesus 11. Enjoy The Silence 12. Policy Of Truth 13. World In My Eyes 14. I Feel You 15. Walking In My Shoes 16. Condemnation (Live) 17. In Your Room 18. Barrel Of A Gun 19. It's No Good 20. Home 21. Useless 22. Only When I Lose Myself 23. Depeche Mode - A Short Film
Disc Two: Videos:
01. But Not Tonight (from the film 'Modern Girls') 02. Strangelove '88 (US Version) 03. One Caress (US Video) 04. Condemnation (Paris Mix)