Depeche Mode - Everything Counts - Rapidly Evolving Lyrics - Electro Synth 12 Canada

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Depeche Mode - Everything Counts
Label: Sire Records Company
Catalog#: 92 11830
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Record is VG++
cover - ringwear

Country: Canada
Released: 1989
Genre: Electronic
Style: Synth-pop

A1 Everything Counts (Tim Simenon And Mark Saunders Remix) (5:25)
Remix - Mark Saunders , Tim Simenon
A2 Everything Counts (Live) (5:45)
A3 Nothing (Live) (4:42)
B1 Everything Counts (Alan Moulder Absolut Mix) (6:00)
Remix - Alan Moulder
B2 Sacred (Live) (5:13)
B3 A Question Of Lust (Live) (4:13)

For their third LP Construction Time Again, Depeche Mode decided to work with producer Gareth Jones, at John Foxx's Garden Studios[12] and at Hansa Studios in West Berlin, which had been used by David Bowie and Brian Eno before, and where the Berlin Wall with guarding soldiers could be seen right from the mixer, this creating an extraordinary atmosphere.
The album saw a dramatic shift in the group's sound, due in part to the introduction of the Synclavier and Emulator samplers, in addition to their previously-used analogue synths.
By sampling the noises of everyday objects, the band created an eclectic, industrial-influenced sound, with similarities to groups such as the Art of Noise and Einstürzende Neubauten, the latter having been published under the same label.
Similarly, Gore's lyricism was rapidly evolving, focusing increasingly on political and social issues. A good example of the new sound was on the first single from the album "Everything Counts", a commentary on the perceived greed of multinational corporations...
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Format LP
Label Sire Records
Artist Depeche Mode