Cover image for The singles 86>98
Title:
The singles 86>98
Author:
Depeche Mode (Musical group)
Corporate Author:
Publication Information:
Burbank, Calif. : Reprise Records ; London : Mute, [1998]

â„—1998
Physical Description:
2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Selections originally released 1986-1998.

Lyrics laid in container.

Mute: 9 47110-2.

Reprise: 9 47110-2.

Compact disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
Stripped -- A question of lust -- A question of time -- Strangelove -- Never let me down again -- Behind the wheel -- Personal Jesus -- Enjoy the silence -- Policy of truth -- World in my eyes -- I feel you -- Walking in my shoes -- Condemnation -- In your room -- Barrel of a gun -- It's no good -- Home -- Useless -- Only when I lose myself -- Little 15 -- Everything counts [Live].
UPC:
093624711025
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Summary

It took Depeche Mode only four years to assemble their first singles compilation, but 12 to assemble The Singles 86> 98. Appropriately, the second set was much more ambitious than The Singles 81> 85, spanning two discs and 20 songs, plus a live version of "Everything Counts." The Singles 86> 98 was an album that many fans, both casual and hardcore, waited patiently for, and for good reason -- Depeche Mode were always more effective as a singles band than as album artists. That's not to say that the double-disc compilation is perfect. DM's output fluctuated wildly during those 12 years, as the group hit both career highs and lows. It's possible to hear it all on this set, from "Strangelove" and "Never Let Me Down Again," through "Personal Jesus" and "Enjoy the Silence," to "I Feel You" and "Barrel of a Gun." It's possible that some casual listeners will find that the collection meanders a bit too much for their tastes, but the end result is definitive and, along with The Singles 81> 85, ranks as Depeche Mode's best, most listenable album. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


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