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On October 5, 1981.

On October 5, 1981, “Mute” label released “Speak & Spell”, the debut Depeche Mode album. It was recorded in 1981, and produced by Depeche Mode and Daniel Miller  “Speak & Spell” was the only band’s album with Vince Clarke as a member, who left form. 73 more words

Boys soccer: Clintonville defeats CWC

Clintonville 4, Central Wisconsin Christian 1: Daniel Miller scored three minutes into the game for the Crusaders, but that’s the only success they’d have offensively in a loss to Clintonville. 15 more words


Boys soccer: Winnebago Lutheran gunning for Flyway title

There might not be a boys soccer team in the area that lost as much as Winnebago Lutheran did from last year’s squad.

The Vikings are down eight starters from their 2014 team, including five all-Flyway Conference performers, as they move into the new season with a revamped roster. 1,503 more words


Depeche Mode - More Than A Party (1983)

Construction Time Again is the third studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode, released on 22 August 1983 by Mute Records. This was the first Depeche Mode album with Alan Wilder, who wrote the songs “Two Minute Warning” and “The Landscape Is Changing”, as well as the B-side “Fools”. 56 more words


On August 22, 1983.

On August 22, 1983, “Mute Records” released Depeche Mode third studio album “Construction time again”.This was the first Depeche Mode album with Alan Wilder. The album was recorded at John Foxx’s “Garden Studios” in London, engineered by Gareth Jones, mixed at the “Hansa Ton” studio in Berlin and produced by Depeche Mode and Daniel Miller. 38 more words

Renegade Soundwave "Probably a Robbery" 1989

Back in the late 50s to early 60s, when I was a bairn, comedy records were all the rage in the UK. Opuses like Tommy Cooper’s spooky  143 more words


Boys track: Springs' Sam Spranger named Athlete of Year

As strange as it may now seem, Sam Spranger began his prep track and field career as a distance runner. Specializing in the mile run, he entered St. 1,224 more words