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1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« on: 28 May 2012 - 03:02:30 »
This thread contains all the news items that we have regarding DM's Violator release.

You know the drill: please let me know if you know of/have any news items that should be in here but aren't.
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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #1 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:03:13 »
1989-02-16 - Bravo (Germany) - Endlich Neues Album

http://www.soulys-art.de/coppermine/thumbnails.php?album=41&page=2





1989-04-29 - Novella 2000 (Italy) - Il Loro Segreto È Volersi Bene

https://www.facebook.com/groups/DepecheModeForum/permalink/945152068935187/

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #2 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:04:00 »
1989-05-xx - Bravo (Germany) - Neue LP in der Mache!

[Thanks to Milik for offering to send in this scan!]





1989-07-xx - Best nº252 (France) - Hot!

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1989-08-1x - NME (UK) - Depeche Go Bible Bashing

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #3 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:04:15 »
1989-08-22 - Radio 1 (UK) - Dave (4 min)

[We don't have this audio interview.]
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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #4 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:04:58 »
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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #5 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:05:22 »
1989-08-26 - NME (UK) - Gore Blimey!

[Taken from the now-defunct website www.sacreddm.net.]

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GORE BLIMEY!
[NME, 26th August 1989. Words: Uncredited. Picture: Anton Corbijn.]

Summary: News item reporting how Depeche Mode’s celebrated marketing campaign for Personal Jesus – yes, those classified newspaper adverts – caused controversy in some areas. I’m embarrassed to say this is also the only piece this website currently has from the time of the song’s release. [208 words]
With many thanks to Michael Rose for kindly supplying a scan of this article.

    Depeche Mode (pictured above) ran into trouble during the promotional campaign for their new single “Personal Jesus”, with some regional newspapers refusing to accept ads for the record.
    Both the Aberdeen Evening News and the Nottingham Evening Post rejected classified ads which simply featured the words “Your Own Personal Jesus” followed by a phone number which, when dialled, played the song, on the grounds that they may cause offence.
    In London, the Evening Standard also raised objections due to the religious content, but later relented when representatives of the band pointed out that the paper had already run similar advertisements as part of Billy Graham’s “Life” Campaign.
    The new single, the group’s first new recording for two years, is released by Mute on Monday.
    It was produced by Depeche Mode and Flood and recorded at Logic Studios in Milan. The B side features “Dangerous” and an acoustic mix of “Personal Jesus”. Expect more remixes of the single to be released soon. All tracks were mixed by Flood and Francois Kevorkian, best known for his work with Kraftwerk.
    Depeche Mode are currently in Denmark where they are putting the finishing touches to their as yet untitled new album, which should be in the shops early in the new year.
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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #6 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:06:49 »
1989-08-31 - Bravo (Germany) - Depeche Mode haben ihren persönlichen Jesus

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #7 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:07:16 »
1989-08-xx - London Evening Standard (UK) - Your Own Personal Jesus

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1989-08-xx - Unknown (UK) - Personal Jesus review

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1989-08-xx - Unknown (UK) - Personal Jesus review

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1989-08-xx - Rockin' On (Japan) - Depeche Mode

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #8 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:07:35 »
1989-09-01 - Sud radio (France) - Virus: interview (30 min)

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #9 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:09:16 »
1989-09-04 - Radio 1 (UK) - Alan & Fletch (20 min)

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #10 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:10:52 »
1989-09-07 - Rock Over London (UK) - Dave (6:30)

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #11 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:14:55 »
1989-09-10 - Radio 1 (UK) - Fletch & Alan (26 min)

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #12 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:15:33 »
1989-09-11 - FM Madrid (Spain) - Los 40 Principales: Alan

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #13 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:16:08 »
1989-09-15 - Deejay Radio (Italy) - Fletch & Martin (28:45 min)

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #14 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:16:36 »
1989-09-16 - NME (UK) - PJ Review

http://tiptopwebsite.com/websites/index2.php?username=depechemodefile&page=18

Stuart Maconie reviews the week's single releases in the New Musical Express (16 September, 1989) with help from Miles and Martin from The Wonder Stuff
A hit even as we speak, but in the frantic rush to lionise surly adolescents in black jeans and people with their caps on back to front, we seemed to have overlooked the latest release by the most subversive singles band of the decade. Depeche Mode make criminally brilliant pop records about God, death, crazy sex and alienation and as far as I'm concerned they can do no wrong. 'Personal Jesus' sounds like The Glitter Band in the throes of an intense personal crisis. Huge fun. The Stuffies hated it...
Martin: It's great that they don't play all the Radio One rules, that they remain independent and make these weird records, but I can't say I like them. I don't care if I never hear that again. It's just so cold and lifeless. I respect them but it means nothing to me.
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