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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #15 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:17:18 »
1989-09-16 - Rai Uno (Italy) - Uno, due, tre...Rai Vela d'oro Riva Del Garda (Personal Jesus)

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #16 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:17:44 »
1989-09-29 - ZDF (Germany) - WWF Club (Personal Jesus)

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1989-09-29 - PopRocky (Germany) - Wir lieben Euch alle

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #17 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:18:15 »
1989-09-xx - Revolution Magazine (US) - Interview

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #18 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:19:23 »
1989-09-xx - Italia1 (Italy) - Deejay Television

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgkcjSCKnuM



1989-09-xx - Köln Express (Germany) - Ärger mit diesem Foto!

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #19 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:20:42 »
1989-09-xx - Unknown (Unknown) - The Chart Show

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1989-09-xx - Intercord - Personal Jesus press release

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1989-09-xx - Cioè  (Italy) - Preghiera Elettrica

https://www.facebook.com/groups/119831635205/permalink/10157780078725206/





1989-09-xx - Unknown (Italy) - Depeche Mode

https://www.facebook.com/groups/119831635205/permalink/10157780078725206/

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #20 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:21:17 »
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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #21 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:40:55 »
1989-10-11 - KROQ (US) - Dave on phone (14 min)

[We don't have this audio interview.]



1989-10-13 - Superchannel - Hit Studio International

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #22 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:41:12 »
1989-10-18 - Sat3 (Germany) - Na Siehste (Personal Jesus)

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #23 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:42:02 »
1989-10-19 - Bravo (Germany) - High Noon fur die westernfans Depeche Mode

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1989-10-27 - Clarin (Argentina) - Depeche Mode, de los orígenes del tecno al éxito de masas

http://www.argentinamode.com/archivos/prensa/recortes/clarin_19891027.htm




Depeche Mode, de los orígenes del tecno al éxito de masas
MÚSICA PARA MODERNOS
Aunque recién ahora sean populares en estas playas, la banda británica que arrasa los charts europeos y se extiende a EE.UU. lleva ya diez años de batalla. Entre tanta bola que hoy se hace llamar tecno, los Depeche asoman como puristas del género, capaces de seducir a un tiempo al público y a los melómanos más exigentes.

Algo más que una moda pasajera

Surgieron hace diez años, provenientes de un pequeño pueblo al este de Londres, simultáneamente con la aparición de los sellos independientes. Son, junto a New Order, uno de los últimos exponentes del tecno en su forma más pura y uno de los grupos nacidos con la new wave que más discos ha editado. En Estados Unidos hay quienes los desprecian por no usar batería y guitarras, pero, a pesar de eso, su último disco, "101", recientemente lanzado en la Argentina, fue registrado en vivo en Pasadena ante 78 mil personas. Uno de sus objetivos: "devolverle credibilidad al pop".

Hacia fines de los setenta, principios de los ochenta, se respiraban aires de cambio en Gran Bretaña. De la mano de la nueva tecnología, y agrupados bajo el poco claro término "new wave", una gran cantidad de distintos géneros (tecno, ska, dark, etc.) comenzaron a poblar los charts ingleses, fenómeno que coincidió -no por casualidad- con la aparición de un respetable número de sellos independientes.

Londres era la Meca, y hasta allí convergían las nuevas bandas, recibidas con los brazos abiertos por los incipientes ejecutivos de Beggars Banquet, Factory, Stiff, Rough Trade, 4AD y Mute -por nombrar solo algunos-, ta los estrafalarios nombres de las nuevas escuderías. En uno de los tantos encuentros que se produjeron por entonces, Daniel Miller, cabeza del grupo The Normal y dueño del sello Mute, conoció a los Depeche Mode mientras estos hacían de teloneros de otra banda en un pub londinense, dando comienzo a una amistad que ya lleva más de diez años y a una de las carreras más prolíficas y originales de la new wave. Desde entonces, junto a Nick Cave, los Depeche Mode han sido el plato fuerte de Mute.

Sonido sintético

"Cualquier cosa era mejor que tener que ir a trabajar una vez terminado el colegio". La frase de Keith Richards era por entonces moneda corriente en Inglaterra, y si uno conseguía armar una buena banda de música, mejor. Basildon un pequeño pueblo al este de Londres, no era la excepción al a regla: Vince Clarke, Martin Gore y Andrew Fletcher, tres de sus adolescentes habitantes, aporreaban un sintetizador y dos guitarras agrupados ya como Depeche Mode, nombre que habían tomado de una revista de modas francesa. Al poco tiempo se incorporó David Gahan como vocalista y, tras unos meses de presentaciones en pequeños bares, conocieron a Daniel Miller. "Con Mute -dirían más tarde- tenemos la posibilidad de desarrollar nuestro propio estilo a nuestro propio paso; dándonos el tiempo que necesitamos y sin que nadie nos apure".
En 1981, apareció Speak & Spell, álbim debut de la banda, para algunos el mejor de su producción. La idea de salir de gira para presentar el disco sedujo fácilmente a casi toda la banda, pero no a Vince Clarke, adepto a la vida de los estudios de grabación, quien se abrió del grupo, dando lugar a su reemplazo por Alan Wilder y dejando a Martin Gore como cabeza artística.
Clarke formó Yazoo con otra nativa de Basildon, Alison Moyet, y últimamente hace de las suyas junto a Andy Bell en otro grupo habitué de los charts europeos: Erasure. "Hace mucho tiempo que Vince se fue -declaró días atrás Alan Wilder, consultado sobre posibles rivalidades con su antiguo compañero-, tanto que ya no pueden existir problemas. Somos grupos muy distintos. En realidad, casi no lo vemos: nosotros trabajamos mucho y él también.
Con su típico sonido tecno, aunque no tan frío como el de otras bandas de su mismo género, los DM han ido ganando espacios -especialico adolescente, aunque no exclusivamente- en Europa primero y más recientemente en los Estados Unidos. "Usamos sintetizadores -dice Alan Wilder- y sintetizadores significa sintético: reproduce sonido, no es sonido". Sonido sintético tomado, muchas veces, de los lugares más insólitos. "Uno de los mejores lugares para samplear -dice Martin Gore- es tu propia cocina. Platos, Vasos, abrelatas, cacerolas, sartenes y cubiertos ofrecen buenos sonidos para la percusión". Las letras, en tanto, suelen tener toques románticos, pincelazos irónicos y a veces parecen depresivas, aunque ellos se empeñen en negarlo: "¿Depresivos?", se defienden, "No, tan solo somos realistas".

Una mala palabra

En Estados Unidos hay quienes opinan que los DM no son una verdadera banda: "No tienen baterista, no tienen guitarras y usan cintas todo el tiempo", argumentan. "Uno de nuestros objetivos -dice Martin Gore- es devolverle la credibilidad al pop. En Inglaterra no hay diferencias entre rock y pop, pero en Estados Unidos si: decir pop es como decir una mala palabra".
Estados Unidos sin embargo les abrió finalmente sus puertas. Fue durante su última gira, denominada Music For The Masses Tour, en una de cuyas actuaciones se registró su último disco, llamado 101, y la película del mismo nombre, dirigida por D. A. Pennebaker. "Las cosas parecen estar cambiando -declaro Alan Wilder en una conferencia de prensa previa a una de sus ultimas actuaciones-, ahora no son tan difíciles para grupos como nosotros, o como The Cure o New Order, con quienes tenemos varias cosas en común".
-¿El publico, por ejemplo? -insistio el hombre de prensa.
-Tal vez -contestó Wilder.
-Dicen que gran parte de los que ven a DM son chicas...
-No es cierto -replicó Wilder un tanto molesto- en Europa, por ejemplo, yo diría que el 80 porciento de nuestro público son hombres. En Estados Unidos, es cierto, tenemos buena aceptación entre las chicas y, por alguna razón, entre la comunidad gay.



1989-10-28 - Top 50 N°191 (France) - Quoi de neuf: Depeche Mode

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http://www.depeche-mode.be/magazines.html/_/1980-1989/top-50-r718


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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #24 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:44:54 »
1989-10-xx - BONG 7

http://archives.depechemode.com/bong_7.pdf

[Daniel "BRAT" Barassi has deleted all addresses in the PDF file. Text taken from the now-defunct website www.sacreddm.net.]









ASK DAVE
Summary: Dave answers questions submitted by fans. [558 words]

According to the January ’82 issue of “The Face” [1] “Asian blood way back in the family accounts for (D. Gahan’s) surname”. What are your family origins?
Gahan is Irish and was my stepfather’s name, but my blood father has Malaysian ancestors.

Have you got any brothers or sisters?
1 sister, 2 brothers.

Why did you name your son Jack? Was he named after anyone in particular?
No, he wasn’t named after anyone, we both liked the name.

Do you ever regret being in the band because you’re often away and not with your family?
Yes and No!

Do you want any more children?
Yes.

Would you like Jack to follow in your footsteps?
It’s up to him.

What were his first words?
“Dad” – of course!

What supermarket did you work for before you started singing?
Sainsbury’s.

What’s your favourite alcoholic drink?
Vodka.

Have you ever ridden a horse?
Yes.

What are your vices?
Cigarettes.

What’s the name of your favourite book, film and TV show?
I hardly ever read, but enjoyed a book by Philip Norman called “The Stones”, “Apocalypse Now” (Film & Music) and TV show – “Brookside”.

How many leather jackets do you own?
I’ve never counted them.

How would you like Depeche Mode to be remembered in 20 years’ time?
Fondly!

Do you have any unfulfilled ambitions?
Yes.

Who do you most admire?
J D Fanger.

Where do you get your hair cut?
In London (“Fiyon”).

Do you wear after-shave? What sort?
Various – “Kouros”, “Armani”….

Do you like prestigious motorcycles (such as Harley Davidsons)?
Yes, they’re quite good really.

Do you have any recurring nightmares?
Yes.

What was the last concert you attended?
The Cure, Milan.

Do you go to Chelsea regularly – do you stand in the shed?
Not anymore.

What’s the weirdest thing that has been thrown on stage for you and did you keep it?
I don’t really get a chance to stop singing and check out what’s been thrown on stage. It just annoys me.

Are you planning a solo LP?
Not at the moment.

Which songs do you most enjoy singing live?
“Blasphemous Rumours”, “Never Let Me Down Again”, “Stripped”, “Everything Counts” & “Fly On The Windscreen”.

In “101” I noticed you playing a harmonica – are you any good at it? – What other instruments can you play?
Pretty good! – Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboards & Tambourine. I’m what you call “A Bit Of An All-Rounder”.

How and where did you meet Martin, Fletch and Vince in 1980?
I met Vince outside a pub in Basildon & he asked me to a rehearsal, where I met Mart and Fletch.

What was the first song you performed with them? – Were you nervous?
…Can’t remember and No. [2]

Which song of Martin’s (which he sings) is your favourite?
“The Things You Said”.

Have you ever written any songs?
Yes.

When did you decide you wanted to become a singer?
I didn’t and I’m still learning.

Have you ever forgotten the words at a concert?
Yes, frequently.

Who decides what singles will be released?
All of us and Daniel.

How is it decided who sings the songs?
Martin, Alan and myself discuss it.

What’s your opinion of current chart music?
I don’t really know much about it!

What was the last record you bought?
The Cure, “Disintegration”.

Do you get embarrassed watching your early videos?
Yes, they’re pathetic.

[1] - That is this article. [continue]
[2] - Assuming he isn't referring to rehearsal sessions, this is one huge fib. By all accounts, he had to down ten cans of lager before he found the (Dutch) courage to perform. [continue]





SUPERFAN 1989
Summary: Some tour reminiscences from a nominated number one fan. [535 words]

    As you’ve no doubt seen from the cover photo, this year’s “SUPERFAN” has already been presented with his award, a gold ‘101’ disc, complete with a plaque saying “Presented to: Rob Latchford, Depeche Mode’s number one fan 1989”. Rob, from Essex, was picked out of hundreds of entries, when he sent in two large folders packed with photographs and information about his exploits as a ‘raving’ Depeche Mode fan! His entry was in two parts, the first mainly features the “BLACK CELEBRATION” Tour, with a few very old DM gig photos thrown in for good luck, and the second, the “MUSIC FOR THE MASSES” Tour, although Rob has been following DM practically from the beginning! He’s been to a total of 46 DM concerts over the years, in the UK, Europe and the USA. Below is a very small section of Rob’s written entry. This, combined with the hundreds of photos he sent, I’m sure that no-one would dispute his “Superfan” title!:

PART ONE:
    Paris here we come! – We arrived a few days early to get used to where we were and find the concert hall. Paris is a large enough place when you’re lost and it was quite difficult trying to find the concert venue! When we did find the place we thought the concert would be held it turned out to be wrong! Luckily there were posters saying the concert was on at Bercy instead (wherever that was!) so we set off again in search of it……… The concert that night at Bercy was amazing! I had never seen a place like it before. Half of it was underground and didn’t look finished. Inside it was so large, there was a place where you could all stand in front of the stage, so we all ran down and somehow managed to get in the front row. The atmosphere was great. There was some pushing and shoving, but it was worth being a little bit crushed. After the concert we went back to the hotel (we were staying in the same hotel as DM!) and waited for the band to tell them what a good time we all had!

    (“WE” are Rob, Helen and Julia)

PART TWO:
    The most important thing about planning to follow Depeche Mode to the USA was – How could I afford to go? I couldn’t miss this opportunity. In the end I went to the bank for a loan. The bank manager thought that I was mad just going to America just to watch some concerts but luckily he approved the loan and I was on my way………
    Poplar Creek wasn’t really what we were expecting, but we took our seats and had a really good night out. We were surprised to see OMD [1] as support but they got everyone going ready for Depeche Mode…… After the show we managed to go backstage, I think that the band were a little surprised to see us. They probably thought the USA was a place where we couldn’t find them!
    This is only a very small part of Rob’s account of his trips to see DM. If you want to hear more, I suggest you dig him out during the next tour!

[1] - This dates this part to 1987.



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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #25 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:45:34 »
1989-10-xx - MTV (Unknown) - 120 Minutes

Dentez has this in good quality.

Excerpt: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tD2aD3FaPA
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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #26 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:46:12 »
1989-10-xx - Best n°255 (France) - Jésus ambigu

http://www.depeche-mode.be/magazines.html/_/1980-1989/best-r976

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #27 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:47:08 »
1989-10-xx - MTV (Unknown) - News (Dave interview)

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #28 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:54:15 »
1989-10-xx - Bravo (Germany) -  Pech mit Depeche Mode

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Re: 1990: Violator and World Violation Tour
« Reply #29 on: 28 May 2012 - 03:55:12 »
1989-10-xx - TVE1 (Spain) - Pero Esto Qué Es

Appears on a DMTVA DVD.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OJVp7Crs1s
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