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Song of the Day, September 18: World Full of Nothing by Depeche Mode

Today’s song comes from Depeche Mode’s 1986 masterpiece Black Celebration. Occasional vocalist Martin Gore takes the lead on World Full of Nothing, a dark look at need. 65 more words

Song Of The Day

Lonesome Musing: In Your Room

By: Christopher Aloysius Mariotti

Home is anywhere; Home is everywhere.

Perhaps a little known fact is that I unequivocally delight in Depeche Mode: the songs are lush, yet chaotic, stunning, yet dark. 329 more words

Lonesome Musings

Depeche Mode "Black Celebration (Black Tulip Mix)" 1986

I always hoped Daniel Miller would turn up at Guerilla and so it happened when he booked in to mix some live Depeche Mode tapes with producer Gareth Jones. 304 more words


It's Beginning To Look A Tad Like Christmas

Thanksgiving weekend is just about behind us. I’m a bit bummed about that, I’ll admit it. I’ve never been a huge fan of Thanksgiving, especially in the years since college. 400 more words


Black Celebration - Depeche Mode [#192]

Black Celebration – Depeche Mode

This is where Depeche Mode tries to turn synth pop into some dark S&M fetish club. And it works. Later albums do it even better but this is possibly the first in their catalogue that does it. 81 more words

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Depeche Mode – “But Not Tonight”

When Depeche Mode played Toronto last September, Mr. Martin Gore sang “But Not Tonight” as a beautiful ballad. This of course prompts the question; who sang it better? 15 more words


Black Celebration - Depeche Mode (1986)

In the fast paced world of the music business change is expected. When it’s not it’s often because whatever sound a band has developed is at its commercial peak and changing it might seem suicidal from the record company’s point of view. 604 more words

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