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Audio CD Depeche Mode Delta Machine 2013 Rock Music Digital Remastering

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Audio CD Depeche Mode: Delta Machine
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The thirteenth studio album of the group, "Delta Machine" will be their first record since the last "Sounds Of Universe" (2009), topped the charts in 14 countries. "The sessions, which created new songs were simply stunning," - says Martin Gore - "I tried to make the sound of the album as a modern and relevant. I want people to enjoy and the rest of the record. There is something magic. " "This album was recorded very differently than the rest" - adds Dave Gahan - "At one point we thought that it sounded too normal, and we immediately rearranged everything on its head, achieving the perfect sound Depeche Mode. I can not wait for our fans to finally hear these songs. " "Delta Machine" will be the group's first release, issued not on Mute -, ceased to exist in the same form a few years ago. The producer of "Delta Machine" was Ben Hillier, and the sound kept his illustrious Flood, last time worked with Depeche Mode 20 years ago, on the album "Songs of Faith and Devotion". The CD will include 13 songs, 4 more new songs will be added to the Deluxe-Edition album. The first single from "Delta Machine" is selected song "Heaven" - its premiere will be held on February 1. Characteristics: Genre: Alternative Pop / Rock, synthpop Artist: Depeche Mode Label: Sony Music Entertainment Year:2013 Soundtrack: Audio CD Number of speakers: 1 Format storage: CD Type of composition: Album Additionals: In the pocket of an eight-pack DigiPack booklet enclosed with the names of all those involved in the album Tracklist: - Welcome To My World; -Angel; -Heaven; -Secret To The End; -My Little Universe; -Slow; -Broken; -The Child Inside; -Soft Touch/Raw Nerve; -Should Be Higher; -Alone; -Soothe My Soul; -Goodbye.

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