History Music / DepecheMode

6th Apr '18 1:01:34 AM Dedars1
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* ProtestSong: This trope is invoked in their 2017 album Spirit. The first single is named Where is the Revolution? For many it was a source of {{Narm}}.

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* ProtestSong: This trope is invoked in their 2017 album Spirit. The first single is named Where is Where's the Revolution? For many it was a source of {{Narm}}. Revolution.
27th Mar '18 1:16:26 PM Breakermorrant
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17th Mar '18 10:33:26 PM nombretomado
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* LoudnessWar: ''Playing the Angel'' actually maxes out in places, used more {{egregious}}ly at ''the very start'' of "A Pain That I'm Used To", which is the first song of the album. Yeah. Their earlier records are much more subdued in volume.

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* LoudnessWar: ''Playing the Angel'' actually maxes out in places, used more {{egregious}}ly {{JustForFun/egregious}}ly at ''the very start'' of "A Pain That I'm Used To", which is the first song of the album. Yeah. Their earlier records are much more subdued in volume.
3rd Mar '18 12:15:15 AM FordPrefect
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** "Enjoy the Silence" is a weird one: If you only know, the much played, and much compiled radio version, you would think it was a non appearing title. The original version from ''Violator,'' has the song [[FakeOutFadeOut fade out for a bit,]] and after a short silence, Dave sings the title, followed by a synth bell sound, and a hidden interlude track. Most re-mixes incorporate it into the main body of the song.

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** "Enjoy the Silence" is a weird one: If you only know, know the much played, much-played and much compiled much-compiled radio version, you would think it was a non appearing non-appearing title. The original version from ''Violator,'' ''Violator'' has the song [[FakeOutFadeOut fade out for a bit,]] and after a short silence, Dave sings the title, followed by a synth bell sound, and a hidden interlude track. Most re-mixes incorporate it into the main body of the song.
3rd Mar '18 12:14:16 AM FordPrefect
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The band's first hit single, Just Can't Get Enough is in stark contrast with their later hits, but they always have to play it. And there's also the extremely upbeat and synth-tastic The Meaning of Love from their second album which is totally in contrast with their later dark sound.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: The band's first hit single, Just single "Just Can't Get Enough Enough" is in stark contrast with their later hits, but they always have to play it. And there's also the extremely upbeat and synth-tastic The "The Meaning of Love Love" from their second album which is totally in contrast with their later dark sound.



* FourTemperamentEnsemble:Dave Gahan is sanguine, Andy Fletcher is choleric, Alan Wilder was melancholic and Martin Gore is phlegmatic.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble:Dave FourTemperamentEnsemble: Dave Gahan is sanguine, Andy Fletcher is choleric, Alan Wilder was melancholic and Martin Gore is phlegmatic.
2nd Mar '18 2:51:28 AM AssistantSensei
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** Another interesting note is that Alan himself has proclaimed to be very cynical.
15th Jan '18 2:11:52 PM Breakermorrant
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9th Dec '17 7:25:29 AM TrippyDippy
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** ''Spirit'' -- Similar to ''Delta Machine'', but with a harder, more overtly political bent.
23rd Nov '17 2:41:30 PM Breakermorrant
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* AlternativeRock: Depeche Mode turned to this trope on Music/SongsOfFaithAndDevotion and Ultra. Playing The Angel too after the purely electronic Exciter.
23rd Nov '17 2:39:05 PM Breakermorrant
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