Depeche Mode - Speak And Spell (CD+DVD)

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Speak & Spell is the debut album by the British synthpop group Depeche Mode, recorded and released in 1981. The album peaked at #10 in the UK Albums Chart.
This was the only Depeche Mode album with Vince Clarke as a member of the band. Clarke wrote most of the songs for the band, before departing to form Yazoo and later Erasure.

The album is significantly lighter in tone and melody than their later work, a direction which can largely be attributed to Clarke's writing. After he left, Martin Gore took over songwriting duties, writing almost all of the band's material. Later albums written by him would explore darker subjects and melodies.

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Depeche Mode - Speak And Spell [CD+DVD]
Format: Audio CD /DVD

Tracklist:

CD:
1. New Life
2. I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead
3. Puppets
4. Boys Say Go
5. No Disco
6. What's Your Name
7. Photographic
8. Tora Tora Tora
9. Big Muff
10. Any Second Now
11. Just Can't Get Enough
12. Dreaming Of Me

DVD:

A Short Film: Depeche Mode: 1981 (Do We Really Have To Give Up Our Day Jobs)
'Speak And Spell' in 5.1 and stereo

1. New Life
2. I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead
3. Puppets
4. Boys Say Go
5. No Disco
6. What's Your Name
7. Photographic
8. Tora Tora Tora
9. Big Muff
10. Any Second Now
11. Just Can't Get Enough
12. Dreaming Of Me

Additional Tracks
1. Ice Machine
2. Shout
3. Any Second Now
4. Just Can't Get Enough

 
Data sheet
Medium type Audio CD
Artist Depeche Mode

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Depeche Mode - Speak And Spell (CD+DVD)

Speak & Spell is the debut album by the British synthpop group Depeche Mode, recorded and released in 1981. The album peaked at #10 in the UK Albums Chart.
This was the only Depeche Mode album with Vince Clarke as a member of the band. Clarke wrote most of the songs for the band, before departing to form Yazoo and later Erasure.

The album is significantly lighter in tone and melody than their later work, a direction which can largely be attributed to Clarke's writing. After he left, Martin Gore took over songwriting duties, writing almost all of the band's material. Later albums written by him would explore darker subjects and melodies.

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