|1||You Certainly Seem To Have Trusted Flood, With Whom You’ve Been Working, As A Producer. Now, For Four Guys Who Are Relatively So Protective, How Did He Come To Win Your Trust?||0:51|
|2||Songs Of Faith And Devotion (The Interview)|
|3||Do You Find Sometimes With The British Critics That Because They Knew You When You Were A Young And Poppy Band They Don’t Take You Seriously?||0:29|
|4||What’s The Evolution In Your Mind From Having Been At One Point The New Boy To Now The Keeper Of The Instrumental Sound, If You May Call It That? When Did You Realise That This Particular Responsibility Was Coming Your Way?||1:35|
|5||Martin Said That He Thought Condemnation Was Your Best Vocal Performance To Date, Do You Feel Good About That Track?||1:10|
|6||Of Course, I’ve Noticed That Between Us, And Slightly Behind Us, There Is A Large Drum Kit, And I Gather That You’ve Been Doing A Bit Of Practicing?||0:26|
|7||I Don’t Want To Believe Everything That I Read, But I Did Read Once That You Thought That People Are People, Which Was Your Breakout Record In The States, Was Perhaps A Bit Too Simplistic For Your Subsequent Tastes. Do You Believe That It Was Perhaps A Bit Too Preachy?||0:49|
|8||If We Were To Look Back At Key Records In The History Of The Group, Just Can’t Get Enough Would Be One Of Them.||0:26|
|9||Now That The Novelty Of Making Videos Has Worn Off, Do You Find This A Genuine Outlet For Your Artistic Expression Or Is It Just A Chore?||1:15|
|10||Were There Ever Moments Where You’ve Been On Stage And You Find Yourself Watching Dave?||0:42|
|11||What’s The Evolution In Your Mind From Having Been At One Point The New Boy To Now The Keeper Of The Instrumental Sound, If You May Call It That? When Did You Realise That This Particular Responsibility Was Coming Your Way?||1:37|
|12||As You Look Back Over The History Of The Group, Which Is Now About Thirteen Years I Guess… You Said You Never Enjoyed Actually Doing Them, But Are There Any That You’re Proud Of Having Done?||0:46|
|13||Who Were Your Early Favourite Songwriters, Or Did You Have Even Any, Did It Just Come Out Of You?||0:47|
|14||As We Contemplate Your Stage Act, I’m Reminded That Many People Now Have Genuine Designers Work On Their Stage Sets. Will You Be Going In This Direction?||0:40|
|15||I Can’t Help But Notice That It’s Three Years Since Violator, Does This Mean That You’re Writing Less Or Recording Less?||1:47|
|16||You Say You’ve Been Dissuaded From Singing. Have You Ever Wanted To Write?||0:37|
|17||This Is Probably The Best Chance We’ll Ever Have To Have A Guided Tour Of These Tattoos, If You Don’t Mind. Could You Explain Which Are New?||0:39|
|18||It Is Fascinating Really That You’ve Each Evolved Into A Different Kind Of Role – One Is The Songwriter, One Is The Singer, One Is The Technician, And You’re The Businessperson. It’s An Amazing Mixture.||0:25|
|20||Well, The Four Of You Do Work Together, And It Is Noteworthy That After All This Time There Hasn’t Been Somebody Saying, “I’m Going Off And Doing My Own Thing,” Or Three Of Them Saying, “You’re Not Carrying Your Own Weight – Leave.” This Happens With So Many Groups – Do You Think It’s Because You Were Fortunate Enough To Find Your Own Tasks, Or Is It Just Some Sort Of Special Chemistry?||1:07|
|21||I Always Thought Of The Band As Having A European Influence, And Appealing To Europeans. Would You Agree With That?||0:31|
|22||Do You Think That As Many People Of The Current Generation Want To Make Music As Did Of Yours? And If Not, What Was It That Was Special In Your Mind That Encouraged You To Do This?||0:57|
|23||Condemnation Is A Riveting-Sounding Track – I Must Admit When I First Heard It I Thought “Oh My God, Have I Got This On At The Wrong Speed?” Because It Starts Very Slowly. You Must Have Had A Lot Of Fun Working On That One?||1:09|
|24||You Find Yourself In A Position Like That Of Roger Daltrey In The Who, Who Sang The Songs Written By Pete Townsend. This Successful Relationship With Martin Has Been Going On For So Many Years Now, Has It Ever Given You Chance To Reflect On What Kind Of Mental Or Spiritual Relationship You Have With This Man?||1:02|
|25||Do You Find You Get On Just As Well As Ever?||1:21|
|26||I Remember The Excitement In Concert When You Came Forward To Play A Guitar Piece. Will You Be Using The Guitar More In The Show, Do You Think?||0:47|
|Verbong 1 CD||Depeche Mode||Songs Of Faith And Devotion (The Interview) (CD, MP, Promo)||Mute||Verbong 1 CD||UK||1993|
- Interviewee – Alan Wilder (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 8, 11 to 16), Andrew Fletcher (tracks: 5, 17, 19, 24), Dave Gahan (tracks: 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 25), Martin L. Gore (tracks: 1 to 3, 6, 8, 10, 11, 18, 20 to 23)
- Interviewer – Paul Gambaccini
Only the answers to the questions are recorded.
There's about 14 seconds of silence between each track. That silence is included in the durations.
This edition is on a silver-coloured disc with the same catalog# as the mispress.
℗ & © 1993 Mute Records Ltd
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- Copyright (c) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Made By – Mayking Records
- Glass Mastered At – PDO, UK – 10229181
Songs Of Faith And Devotion Live - Depeche Mode. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Songs of Faith and Devotion is the eighth studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was first released on 22 March 1993 in the United Kingdom by Mute Records and a day later in the United States by Sire Records and Reprise Records. The album incorporated a more aggressive, darker rock-oriented tone than its predecessor Violator 1990, largely influenced by the emerging alternative rock and grunge scenes in the United States. A short review of the album Songs Of Faith And Devotion a short interview with Dave. Iron Maiden - The X Factor Full Album 1995. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Songs of Faith and Devotion Live. Songs of Faith and Devotion Live is the second live album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was released on 6 December 1993 by Mute Records. Recorded during the band's 1993 Devotional Tour, the album consists mainly of performances recorded in Liévin, France, with two other tracks recorded in Copenhagen and New Orleans, respectively. It was a track-by-track live duplication of Depeche Mode's eighth studio album, Songs of Faith. Listen free to Depeche Mode Songs of Faith and Devotion I Feel You, Walking in My Shoes and more. 10 tracks 47:18. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Depeche Mode. Songs of Faith and Devotion. Play album. Get album. Yet the odd thing about Songs of Faith and Devotion is that it sounds pretty much like a Depeche Mode album, only with some new sonic tricks courtesy of Alan Wilder and co-producer Flood. Perhaps even odder is the fact that it works incredibly well all the same. The new, and tenth, Depeche Mode album Songs Of Faith And Devotion is one of the most eagerly awaited albums of 1993. Their last album Violator was their most successful to date and after the tour finished, playing to 1,200,000 people over eight months, the group decided to take a one year sabbatical. It took the young Essex group only three weeks to record their first album, Speak And Spell, in 1981. The new work was made by David Gahan, Alan Wilder, Martin Gore and Andrew Fletcher over an eight month period from April to December 1992, with long breaks bet. Songs in album Depeche Mode - Songs of Faith And Devotion 1993. Depeche Mode - I Feel You Unavailable. Depeche Mode - Walking In My Shoes Unavailable. Depeche Mode - Condemnation Unavailable. Depeche Mode - Mercy In You Unavailable. Depeche Mode - Judas Unavailable. с Правообладателями просьба обращаться по e-mail:. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Song to song, Faith and Devotion showcases Depeches every, er, mode at its finest and adds a wee something - an intensifier, a surprise, the shocking but not unpleasant sound of frontman Dave Gahan actually singing. I Feel You has the twangy stomp of Personal Jesus its ecstatically danceable. The soulful Walking in My Shoes does great things with backup singers and resentment. Get Right With Me experiments with scratching and chiming guitars, while One Caress sounds like the show stopper from a lachrymose Broadway musical