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Depeche Mode - Where's The Revolution download album
Synth-pop
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    Where's The Revolution
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Where's The Revolution" is a song by English electronic band Depeche Mode from their fourteenth studio album Spirit. It was released as the album's first single on 3 February 2017, on the 20th anniversary of "Barrel of a Gun". The cover art was designed by Anton Corbijn. The single was premiered on the Polish radio Trójka - Polskie Radio Program III at midnight on 3 February.

Where's the revolution Come on people You're letting me down Where's the revolution Come on people You're letting me down. You've been pissed on For too long Your rights abused Your views refused They manipulate and threaten With terroras a weapon Scare you till you're stupefied Wear you down until you're on their side. Where's the revolution Come on people You're letting me down Where's the revolution Come on people You're letting me down. The train is coming The train is coming The train is coming The train is coming So get on board Get.

Depeche Mode 'Where's The Revolution' 2017. Single: Where's The Revolution. A special 9-track, double LP collection of remixes of ‘Where’s The Revolution’ will be released April 28. ‘Where’s The Revolution’ is the debut track from Depeche Mode’s upcoming 14th studio album, ‘Spirit’, and their first new music in four years. CD. 01 Where’s the Revolution. 02 Where’s the Revolution (Ewan Pearson Remix). 03 Where’s the Revolution (Algiers Remix).

Depeche Mode is back. The band has released a new song called "Where's the Revolution," the first taste of their new album Spirit. Where's the Revolution" marks the English rock legends' first new music in four years and an early tease of their 14th studio album, which is due out on Columbia Records on March 17. The track builds with a sense of suspense, as singer Dave Gahan riles listeners up, telling them, "You've been kept down. You've been pushed 'round.

Where’s the Revolution’ is the first single off Depeche Mode’s new album ‘Spirit’. The song is produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford but it maintains Depeche Mode’s signature sound. It is not the first time Depeche Mode touch political themes in their songs. Everything Counts’, ‘Get The Balance Right’, ‘People Are People’, ‘Master And Servant’, ‘New Dress’ are all political songs. The theme of the song brings back the more political side of the band and it encourages people to start a revolution

Where's the revolution Come on people You're letting me down Where's the revolution Come on people You're letting me down. You've been pissed on For too long Your rights abused Your views refused They manipulate and threaten With terror as a weapon Scare you till you're stupefied Wear you down until you're on their side. Thetrain is coming The train is coming The train is coming The train is coming So get on board Get.

Depeche Mode are back with their first new music in four years - the politically-charged new track, 'Where's the Revolution?' The English electronic band offered the song - written by Martin Gore - to fans as their first taste of upcoming album Spirit, the band's 14th studio album, set for release on 17 March via Columbia Records. Check out the track below: We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view.

Synth-pop overlords Depeche Mode have unveiled ‘Where’s The Revolution’, the first single from their new album Spirit, due on March 17. With lyrics like Who’s making your decisions, you or your religion?, the Martin Gore-penned track hints at the album’s themes of anxiety and fear for the world’s population. Speaking to Rolling Stone, frontman Dave Gahan said: I wouldn’t call this a political album because I don’t listen to music in a political way. But it’s definitely about humanity, and our place in that

Tracklist

1 Where's The Revolution 4:59

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Venusnote Limited
  • Licensed To – Columbia Records
  • Record Company – Sony Music Entertainment

Credits

  • Composed By, Lyrics By – Martin L. Gore
  • Cover [Uncredited] – Anton Corbijn
  • Drums, Producer – James Ford
  • Engineer – Jimmy Robertson
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Brendan Morawski, Connor Long, David Schaeman, Oscar Munoz
  • Mastered By – Brian Lucey
  • Mixed By – James Ford, Jimmy Robertson
  • Programmed By – Kurt Uenala, Matrixxman

Notes

℗ 2017 Venusnote Ltd., under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution (Remixes) ‎(9xFile, AAC, Single) Columbia none UK, Europe & US 2017
none Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Columbia, Sony Music none Europe 2017
88985420022 Depeche Mode Where's the revolution (remixes) ‎(CD, Maxi, Promo + Box, Promo, Met) Columbia 88985420022 Europe 2017
88985420022 Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution [Remixes] ‎(CD, Single) Columbia, Mute 88985420022 Taiwan 2017
none Depeche Mode Where's The Revolution (Remixes) ‎(9xFile, MP3, Single, 320) Columbia none Europe 2017



Eayaroler
My favourite group from early era. I'm really sick to observe that remixer continue to be selected without considering different geners (does not exist only maximal electro and too many years have passed from a decent deep house/techno remix). Support new artist is appreciable, but "new" doesn't mean necessarirly high quality; with all due respet I do not remember exceptional remixes in the last 10 years. A new DM single should be handle with care and respect as little and rare gem, and may be that old skool remixers, not necessarirly "young and new", could be a useful to produce more conscious and durable result. Please consider that most of your fan are experienced listeners older than 20 year. Reach out and touch perfection. Meanwhile where's vinyl ?
Gunos
I agree 100%. Most newer mixes are horrible. In fact I reviewed Should Be Higher, off Delta Machine, as a waste. Maybe if Daniel Miller would get involved, then we might get something of value.
Mezilabar
Double 12 inch with release on the 28 of april :)
Bradeya
The first DM worldwide single that doesn't get a vinyl release? I guess that's what happens when Columbia run the show more & more.....
sobolica
Thanks very much - managed to find it on Amazon Germany.
salivan
There is a double 12", just not listed on here yet