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Song Name Send
1. Personal Jesus Send Personal Jesus by Depeche Mode
2. Just Can't Get Enough Send Just Can't Get Enough by Depeche Mode
3. Everything Counts Send Everything Counts by Depeche Mode
4. Enjoy The Silence Send Enjoy The Silence by Depeche Mode
5. Shake The Disease Send Shake The Disease by Depeche Mode
6. See You Send See You by Depeche Mode
7. It's No Good Send It's No Good by Depeche Mode
8. Strangelove Send Strangelove by Depeche Mode
9. Suffer Well Send Suffer Well by Depeche Mode
10. Dream On Send Dream On by Depeche Mode
11. People Are People Send People Are People by Depeche Mode
12. Martyr Send Martyr by Depeche Mode
13. Walking In My Shoes Send Walking In My Shoes by Depeche Mode
14. I Feel You Send I Feel You by Depeche Mode
15. Precious Send Precious by Depeche Mode
16. Master And Servant Send Master And Servant by Depeche Mode
17. New Life Send New Life by Depeche Mode
18. Never Let Me Down Again Send Never Let Me Down Again by Depeche Mode
19. World In My Eyes Send World In My Eyes by Depeche Mode
20. Sweetest Perfection Send Sweetest Perfection by Depeche Mode
21. Personal Jesus Send Personal Jesus by Depeche Mode
22. Halo Send Halo by Depeche Mode
23. Waiting For The Night Send Waiting For The Night by Depeche Mode
24. Policy Of Truth Send Policy Of Truth by Depeche Mode
25. Blue Dress Send Blue Dress by Depeche Mode
26. Clean Send Clean by Depeche Mode
27. The Things You Said Send The Things You Said by Depeche Mode
28. Sacred Send Sacred by Depeche Mode
29. Little 15 Send Little 15 by Depeche Mode
30. Behind The Wheel Send Behind The Wheel by Depeche Mode
31. I Want You Now Send I Want You Now by Depeche Mode
32. To Have And To Hold Send To Have And To Hold by Depeche Mode
33. Nothing Send Nothing by Depeche Mode
34. Pimpf Send Pimpf by Depeche Mode
35. Agent Orange Send Agent Orange by Depeche Mode
36. Pleasure, Little Treasure Send Pleasure, Little Treasure by Depeche Mode

The popular English electronic music band Depeche Mode was formed in 1980, in Basildon, Essex. In their first years, they had only really attained success in the UK, Europe, and Australia, however this changed in March 1984, when they released the hit song "People Are People", which peaked to #2 in Ireland and #4 on the UK and Swiss charts - and gave them their first number 1 (in Germany). However, it belatedly hit at number 13 on the US charts in mid-1985. Sire, the band's North American record label, released a compilation of the same name. In September 1984, Some Great Reward was released, Melody Maker claimed that the album made one "sit up and take notice of what is happening here, right under your nose". It saw the group experimenting with even darker subject matter, exploring sexual politics ("Master and Servant"), adulterous relationships ("Lie to Me"), and arbitrary divine justice ("Blasphemous Rumours"). Also included was the first Martin Gore ballad ("Somebody") - a concept that would be repeated on all future albums. It was also their first album which entered the US album charts, and made the Top 10 in several European countries. In 1985, Mute Records released a compilation, The Singles 81>85 (Catching Up with Depeche Mode in the US), which included the new tracks by the name of "Shake the Disease" and "It's Called a Heart". During this period, in some circles, the group became associated with the gothic subculture, which had begun in UK, and was slowly gaining popularity in the US.

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