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Depeche Mode - Video Singles Collection mp3 Performer: Depeche Mode
Album: Video Singles Collection
Country: Europe
Released: 18 Nov 2016
Style: New Wave, Pop Rock, Blues Rock, Synth-pop, Interview
Label: Columbia, Mute
Genre: Electro / Rock / Audio / Pop
Catalog #: 88985309169
Size MP3: 2460 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 695
Record Source: 3 × DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC, Compilation, Copy Protected, Stereo, PCM 24bit/48Hz, Dolby Digital




Tracklist


1See You
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Julien Temple
2Enjoy The Silence (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
3I Feel Loved
Film Director [Video Directed By] – John Hillcoat
4Strangelove '88
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Martyn Atkins
5Walking In My Shoes
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
6Never Let Me Down Again
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
7Never Let Me Down (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
8Stripped
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Peter Care
9Soothe My Soul
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Warren Fu
10Peace
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Jonas And François
11It's No Good
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
12Soothe My Soul (Extended)
Film Director [Uncredited] – Warren Fu
13Love, In Itself
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Clive Richardson
14Freelove (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
15Everything Counts (Live)
Film Director [Video Directed By] – D.A. Pennebaker
16Get The Balance Right (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
17Personal Jesus (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
18Condemnation
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
19A Question Of Lust
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Clive Richardson
20Should Be Higher (Live)
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
21It's No Good (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
22Stripped (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
23Walking In My Shoes (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
24Somebody
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Clive Richardson
25A Question Of Time
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
26Home
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Steven Green
27Stripped (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
28 Bonus Videos
29Master And Servant
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Clive Richardson
30John The Revelator
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Blue Leach
31 Videos
32Just Can't Get Enough (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
33Just Can't Get Enough (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
34A Question Of Time (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
35Dream On
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Stephane Sednaoui
36Precious
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Uwe Flade
37Behind The Wheel (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
38Behind The Wheel (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
39Personal Jesus
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
40Just Can't Get Enough (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
41A Pain That I'm Used To
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Uwe Flade
42Hole To Feed
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Eric Wareheim
43Fragile Tension
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Barney Steel, Rob Chandler
44Suffer Well
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
45Little 15
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Martyn Atkins
46Enjoy The Silence
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
47It's Called A Heart (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
48But Not Tonight
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Tamra Davis
49Goodnight Lovers
Film Director [Video Directed By] – John Hillcoat
50Only When I Lose Myself
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Brian Griffin
51It's No Good (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
52In Your Room (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
53But Not Tonight (Pool Version)
Film Director [Uncredited] – Tamra Davis
54Wrong (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
55Just Can't Get Enough
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Clive Richardson
56Blasphemous Rumours
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Clive Richardson
57In Your Room
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
58Master And Servant (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
59Enjoy The Silence (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
60See You (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
61Stripped (Unreleased Alternate Cut)
Film Director [Uncredited] – Peter Care
62Useless
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
63I Feel You (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
64See You (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
65Barrel Of A Gun
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
66People Are People
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Clive Richardson
67 Audio Commentaries
68Shake The Disease
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Peter Care
69Strangelove (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
70Barrel Of A Gun (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
71Get The Balance Right
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Kevin Hewitt
72People Are People (12" Version)
Film Director [Uncredited] – Clive Richardson
73Leave In Silence
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Julien Temple
74Martyr
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Robert Chandler
75Everything Counts
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Clive Richardson
76One Caress
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Kevin Kerslake
77I Feel You
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
78The Meaning Of Love
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Julien Temple
79Behind The Wheel
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
80Wrong
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Patrick Daughters
81Enjoy The Silence '04
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Uwe Flade
82Shake The Disease (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch
83Heaven
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Timothy Saccenti
84It's Called A Heart
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Peter Care
85Suffer Well (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
86Never Let Me Down (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
87Strangelove
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
88Wrong (Dave)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Dave
89World In My Eyes
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
90Policy Of Truth
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Anton Corbijn
91The Meaning Of Love (Martin)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Martin
92Personal Jesus 2011
Film Director [Video Directed By] – Patrick Daughters
93Freelove
Film Director [Video Directed By] – John Hillcoat
94Strangelove (Fletch)
Interviewee [Audio Commentary] – Fletch


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
88985383339Depeche Mode Video Singles Collection ‎(3xDVD-V, Comp, NTSC)Columbia, Sire, Warner Bros. Records, Mute88985383339US2016
88985377869Depeche Mode Video Singles Collection ‎(3xDVD-V, Comp, NTSC, Kee)Columbia, Mute88985377869Australia2016
88985383339Depeche Mode Video Singles Collection ‎(3xDVD-V, Comp, NTSC, Reg)Columbia, Sire, Warner Bros. Records, Mute, Sony Music88985383339Mexico2016
88985309169Depeche Mode Video Singles Collection ‎(3xDVD-V, Comp, Copy Prot., NTSC)Columbia, Mute88985309169Europe2016


Credits


  • Administrator [Depeche Mode Office]JD Fanger
  • Art DirectionIntro , Mat Cook
  • Artwork [Depeche Mode Icons Reinterpreted By Street Artists]Kerstin Kary, Mark Goss
  • Artwork [DM Logo By]Anton Corbijn
  • Coordinator [Project Coordination For Sony Music Entertainment]Charlie Stanford, Gretchen Brennison
  • Edited By [Sound Editor]Andy Coles
  • Film Editor [Online Editor]Matt Pamplin
  • Film Producer [Post Producer]Jeff Halsey
  • Film Producer [Producer]Christopher Woodhams
  • Film Producer, Film Technician [DVD Production And Restoration]Onsight, Serpent Productions, Sony Music Entertainment
  • Film Producer, Supervised By [Supervising Producer]Richard Alcock
  • Film Technician [Encoding And Authoring By]Deluxe Entertainment Services Group
  • ManagementBaron Inc., Jonathan Kessler
  • Producer, Design [Audio Commentaries And Design Produced By]Paul A. Taylor
  • Research, Advisor [Depeche Mode Archivist And Advisor]Daniel Barassi


Notes


Running time: 383:18 (including audio commentaries by Dave, Fletch and Martin)

Video: 4:3 (1-1.1 to 1-1.20, 2-1.1 to 2-1.19, 3-1.1 to 3-1.4, 3-1.6, 3-1.11, 3-3.1 to 3-3.3) / Anamorphic 16:9 (3-1.5, 3-1.7 to 3-1.10, 3-1.12 to 3-1.16, 3-3.4)

Audio: PCM stereo 24bit/48kHz (videos) / Dolby Digital stereo (commentaries)

Region: 0

Packaging: 6 panel spot varnished card sleeve and 16 page booklet in slipcase

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Management: Jonathan Kessler for Baron Inc.

Depeche Mode office: JD Fanger, Venusnote Ltd.

Art direction: Mat Cook @ Intro

DVD production and restoration:

Sony Music Entertainment
Richard Alcock, Supervising Producer

Serpent Productions
Christopher Woodhams, Producer

Onsight
Jeff Halsey, Post Producer
Matt Pamplin, Online Editor
Andy Coles, Sound Editor


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 8 89853 09 169 0 (Text)
  • Label Code: LC 02361
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 1 layer 1): Sony DADC A0102749217-A913 18 A00
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 1 layer 2): Sony DADC A0102749217-B913 17 A00
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 2 layer 1): Sony DADC A0102730896-A922 17 A00
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 2 layer 2): Sony DADC A0102730896-B922 16 A00
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 3 layer 1): Sony DADC A0102730897-A933 17 A00
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 3 layer 2): Sony DADC A0102730897-B933 16 A02
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD 1 layer 1): IFPI L558
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD 1 layer 2): IFPI L557
  • Mould SID Code (DVD 1): IFPI 941Z
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD 2 layer 1): IFPI L557
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD 2 layer 2): IFPI L556
  • Mould SID Code (DVD 2): IFPI 945W
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD 3 layer 1): IFPI L557
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD 3 layer 2): IFPI L556
  • Mould SID Code (DVD 3): IFPI 946U
  • Other (Individual cat.no. DVD 1): 88985309169-1
  • Other (Individual cat.no. DVD 2): 88985309169-2
  • Other (Individual cat.no. DVD 3): 88985309169-3


Companies


  • Record Company – Sony Music
  • Copyright (c) – Venusnote Limited
  • Licensed To – Sony Music Entertainment International Limited
  • Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Pressed By – Sony DADC


Album


Video Singles Collection is a 2016 three-DVD music video compilation by Depeche Mode, containing all the videos released for singles by the band between 1981 and 2013. Listen free to Depeche Mode Video Singles Collection Just Can't Get Enough, See You and more. 59 tracks 278:30. 6: Mode's Video Singles Collection, the Iconic Group's First-Ever Career-Spanning Anthology of Groundbreaking Music Films, to be Released by SONY Music Entertainment on November 18. Definitive Depeche Mode Video Library Presents the Group's Original Music Video Singles-from 1981 to 2013-in a 3DVD DigiPak. Depeche Mode: Live in Berlin. Depeche Mode: Tour of the Universe - Barcelona 20. Depeche Mode: The Videos 86 98. Depeche Mode: Touring the Angel - Live in Milan. Spirits in the Forest. The 3DVD set presents more than three decades worth of Depeche Mode's international hit singles as lensed for the group's mind-blowing progression of innovative and provocative music videos directed by a who's who of cinematic visionaries including Julien Temple, Anton Corbijn, D. Pennebaker, John Hillcoat and others. Video Singles Collection. Depeche Mode. Depeche Mode 2016 50 треков. 1 Just Can't Get Enough Single Version . 2 Leave in Silence. 3 Everything Counts Single Version . 3 Everything Counts Single Version. 4 Somebody. 5 Shake the Disease Single Version. 6 A Question of Lust. Video Singles Collection Original released in 2016. EU USA Australia Mexico. Video Singles Collection 3xDVD Columbia 88985309169 60 tracks. Video Singles Collection 3xDVD Sire 88985383339 60 tracks. Video Singles Collection 3xDVD Columbia 88985377869 60 tracks. Collectors Of The Universe. Speak and Collect

I just get this DVD pack. (Sorry about my english). I play them (for test) on five DVD players and on all of them the sound is unsynchronous with picture! First came voice sound and after 300-700ms only Dave (or other lead singer) starts moving lips, mouth, or sing. It is not normal. I work in my country in national television, and I understand about what i'm talking. Those DVD's is in very bad quality. The middle sound level is -7dB!!! It is crazy! The max level should be up to-3dB. So, for me those DVD's are complete shit. It looks like they made and mastered them in 2-3 days. Cheap, fast and get more cash for themselves. Shame.
Today I received the ordered set and put the first disc to the test. I was afraid of the videos quality when it come to the one originally recorded as 4×3 format. Inasmuch as the previously released DVD by Depeche Mode did not comprise the video 'It's Called A Heart' in particular I was expecting to receive this one in full DVD definition. Regrettably my concern was not groundless. Unfortunately the quality is deliberately deteriorated. The editor or editors apparently thought that every customer can be fooled. In fact instead of the full 720×576 resolution DVD quality (if we think of 4:3 aspect ratio) we received the blatant 720×478 picture!. There is even worse though. The number 720 includes two vertical black bars. Therefore, the effective quality is of 600×480 pixels. Shame! To make things worse, it is hard to believe for me that the pertinent promotional videos will be ever seen in the future (in some another release) in their original full 720×576 resolution. The same negligence one could perceive on 'Sophisticated Boom Box MMXVI Box set', Deluxe Edition by Dead Or Alive. Luckily for customers we were offered to replace the bad quality discs free of charge with the good ones. I do not believe that Sony Music will do the same. I am very disappointed! Lost forever, I'm afraid!
moni2 Halo, Clean and Pimpf.weren't singles so why would they put them on a video singles collection ? Probably because those songs had a video? Video for Pimpf was released on the "Strange" VHS in 1998 and videos for Halo and Clean were released on the "Strange Too" VHS in 1990.
That is a very bad news! In my opinion applying for Blu-ray version is useless in this case. After all the pertinent footage has not been recorded at so high resolution. Therefore, Blu-ray format is reasonable for new records made with the relevant cameras only. The picture impression you may have does not change the fact that the original videos quality has been blatantly spoiled.
As Sony music has acquired the rights to Depeche Mode's videos, I doubt very much Mute will release any more videos. May I suggest you write instead to Sony Music and ask them to release a Blu-ray collection? Although, probably, finding and encoding the original videos in higher resolution is more work than Sony is prepared to put in. I do feel, though, that the videos on this collection look pretty good, sharp and with deep blacks.
I wrote to Mute ([email protected]) suggesting them to consider to release 'The Best Of Videos ( Volume 2)'. necessary in PAL. Perhaps if there would be more such request Mute would accede to such solution?
Damn, I was going to buy this, but then saw it was NTSC, which looks so dull compared to PAL. Unfortunately, it seems most DVD's like this these days are produced only in NTSC, so people in North America can play it; the rest of us have to suffer.
You must have some strange setting in your video playing software, because the 4:3 videos do in fact NOT have black bars on the sides. However, there are several 16:9 videos that are presented as 4:3 letterbox which is a great shame, that is with black bars on top and bottom.You better change that review as it's very misleading.
Halo, Clean and Pimpf.weren't singles so why would they put them on a video singles collection ?
I agree with you about bad quality this video. Live in Berlin was in bad quality too. DVD format is outdated. In video singles collection missed Halo, Clean and Pimpf. They will be added to bonus tracks.