Depeche Mode: Black Celebration

Black Celebration elevated Depeche Mode to arena-tour status in the UK, while cementing their popularity in America (where they partied their way through a 29-date tour). It also began the trio of career-defining albums including 1987's Music For The Masses and the crossover, stadium-filler Violator (1990). This run of form perhaps captures the band's musical zenith, before their subsequent output became bogged-down and fractured by Dave Gahan's spiraling drug use. Martin Gore was central to this period of creative highs – the quiet, introspective boy had developed into a brutally honest and sonically expansive musician. - J. Freeman TheQuietus.com, March 2016

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