DEPECHE MODE - Rewind: 30 Years at the Edge

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Depeche Mode: The Dark Progression
Depeche Mode: Random Access Memory
Rinchey, Gail - Television Director


Playing Time: 02:49:49
Catalogue Number: PG2DVD135
UPC: 823564523897

When four lads from London's home counties got together in 1980, sharing a love of David Bowie and all with a keen eye on the synthesizer sounds then just gaining ground in the UK via artists like Gary Numan and Ultravox, they could barely have envisaged the kind of impact they would have on the world music scene. But today Depeche Mode remain the most popular and successful electronic group ever, and they have influenced a huge array of groups and artists in so becoming, including Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, Pet Shop Boys, Linkin Park and the creators of thousands of dance and techno records.

This video celebrates the astonishing music and lengthy career of Depeche Mode by way of a stunning documentary film in which their extraordinary story is told in depth. Featuring an array of performance and studio footage of the band, numerous archive interviews with members past and present, contributions from those who know the group best - including Gary Numan, Thomas Dolby and OMD's Andy McCluskey - news reports, location shoots and seldom-seen photographs, plus comment and review by the band's official biographer and the finest rock writers around. Throw into the mix some of the most outstanding music from the last three decades and the programme will prove a joy for the millions of Depeche Mode fans across the globe.

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