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Policy Of Truth - Depeche Mode - Violator (CD, Album)

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  • Tujas
    says:
    Violator (Bonus Track Version) On the follow-up to '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 .
  • Gardagis
    says:
    Mar 21,  · Sleeker, heavier and elaborate, "Violator" was the classic album Depeche Mode were destined to record from the moment they entered the world of electronic music, harnessing the pessimistic attitude and intricacy of their previous work and accentuating it on a much grander scale, developing powerful, cinematic arrangements/5().
  • Mule
    says:
    Editors’ Notes On the follow-up to '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 .
  • Dishakar
    says:
    Violator | The 12″ Singles, a collector’s edition deluxe box set, contains ten 12″ vinyl discs showcasing the singles–Personal Jesus, Enjoy The Silence, Policy Of Truth, Wor.
  • Mezikinos
    says:
    Mar 20,  · Violator is Depeche Mode's most mainstream, chart-climbing album. Although it contains only nine tracks, half of them are tailor-made for the dance floor. This album was conceived when dance-club DJs were gaining recognition alongside original composers/5(K).
  • Samuk
    says:
    Depeche Mode released their debut record in , Speak & Spell, bringing the band onto the British new wave scene. Clarke left the band after the release of the album, leaving the band as a trio to record A Broken Frame, released the following year.
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