15 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On the follow-up to 1987's Music for the Masses, Depeche Mode made good on their promise of super-sized synth-pop, as bold as it is moody. "World in My Eyes" opens the album with a slinky hint of techno and a sweeping chorus, and "Enjoy the Silence" and "Policy of Truth" deliver some of the band's brightest melodies to date, smuggling rock guitars under the cover of dance beats. The swaggering, country-infused "Personal Jesus," meanwhile, plays out their leather-clad fantasies of sin and redemption with impeccable style.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On the follow-up to 1987's Music for the Masses, Depeche Mode made good on their promise of super-sized synth-pop, as bold as it is moody. "World in My Eyes" opens the album with a slinky hint of techno and a sweeping chorus, and "Enjoy the Silence" and "Policy of Truth" deliver some of the band's brightest melodies to date, smuggling rock guitars under the cover of dance beats. The swaggering, country-infused "Personal Jesus," meanwhile, plays out their leather-clad fantasies of sin and redemption with impeccable style.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
434 Ratings
434 Ratings
Bastian 80 s ,

Arrangement is too filtered therfore making entire sound less organic

Lacks original sound Too clean’ unlike original radio/vinyl formats Dont know if they are using concert material Too amplified!! Not for me!

Swagreninja ,

Excellent

Invented trap and dubstep all within one album. A real classic, and “Personal Jesus”is proof of that claim.

Brad Bunnell ,

Best Songs written

The best DM music written. Everything else is chasing the brilliance, there are a few song that reach the mark, but 90% do not. Herion is not for David, stick with the blues and techno...fan since 1987.

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