Depeche Mode
Construction Time Again

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1983) 2014 EU reissue on 180g vinyl LP -The third album of Depeche Mode Construction Time Again (1983) was the first one to include talented band member and arranger Alan Wilder to the mix. including Everything Counts & Love In...

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Release date: 24-03-2016 (Originally released in 1983)

2016 EU reissue on 180g vinyl LP -The third album of Depeche Mode Construction Time Again (1983) was the first one to include talented band member and arranger Alan Wilder to the mix. including Everything Counts & Love In Itself. Sealed & stickered in gatefold picture sleeve complete with the original LP art & extensive sleevenotes by Daniel Miller

Tracks
A1 Love, In Itself     
A2 More Than A Party     
A3 Pipeline     
A4 Everything Counts     

B1 Two Minute Warning
B2 Shame     
B3 The Landscape Is Changing
B4 Told You So     
B5 And Then... 

The full addition of Alan Wilder to Depeche Modes lineup created a perfect troika that would last another 11 years as the combination of Martin Gores songwriting Wilders arranging and David Gahans singing and live star power resulted in an ever more compelling series of albums and singles Construction Time Again the new lineups first full effort is a bit hit and miss nonetheless but when it does hit it does so perfectly Right from the albums first song Love in Itself something is clearly up Depeche never sounded quite so thick with its sound before with synths arranged into a miniorchestra/horn section and real piano and acoustic guitar spliced in at strategic points Two tracks later Pipeline offers the first clear hint of an increasing industrial influence the bandmembers were early fans of Einstrzende Neubauten with clattering metal samples and oddly chain ganglike lyrics and vocals The albums clear highlight has to be Everything Counts a live staple for years combining a deceptively simple ironic lyric about the music business with a perfectly catchy but unusually arranged blending of more metallic scraping samples and melodica amid even more forceful funk/hiphop beats Elsewhere on Shame and Told You So Gores lyrics start taking on more of the obsessive personal relationship studies that would soon dominate his writing Wilders own songwriting contributions are fine musically but lyrically preachy puts it mildly especially the environmentfriendly The Landscape Is Changing AMG

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: mute
Originally released: 1983
This release: 2016
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