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23. Ten Of The Best (Depeche Mode)

23. Ten Of The Best (Depeche Mode)

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Depeche Mode.

Chart positions

This upload was 6th in the #electro pop chart and 16th in the #electronica/dance chart.

Welcome to Volume 23 of "Ten Of The Best".

This show features the music of the Depeche Mode.

Depeche Mode, who formed in 1980 have had fifty songs in the UK Singles Chart and thirteen top 10 albums in the UK charts, two of which debuted at No. 1. Depeche Mode have sold over 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the most commercially successful electronic bands and one of the world's best-selling bands in music history.

This show features some of their biggest hits, including, "Personal Jesus", "See You", "Enjoy The Silence" and "Never Let Me Down Again".

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Had to have a quick look that Enjoy The Silence was on here otherwise I'd had to have words mate ;) they've sold 100 million records for one reason - they're bloody brilliant, who needs a drummer, when you can have a machine? I Feel You, Precious, Condemnation, People Are People, in fact all their early singles up to the mid-80s (their The Singles 81-85 LP I played over and over) In fact it was a pity Dave Gahan went all rock-God in the early 90s and didn't embrace his synth roots, because that's when they shone. I think in a hundred years time Just Can't Get Enough will still fill a dancefloor and inspire the latest artists to create a melody and chorus - because it's just perfect pop. Not a huge fan on some of their remix LP's as most don't even sound like the original radio friendly versions - but that's DJs for you - gilding the lily :)

White Lion Radio

I must admit I enjoy their earlier synth side too. As for their remixes, completely agree with you on the fact that most make the original tracks unrecognizable. "Just Can't Get Enough" must be making Vince Clarke some serious money, as it is on most compilations and still gets played regularly on the radio, a definite synth gem and an example on how to make a pure melodic pop song.