Depeche Mode Electronic Rock Band are Electronic rock music bands from the UK who have been making Electronic rock music since 1980. They formed in Basildon, Essex, England, United Kingdom. The founders included Dave Gahan (the band’s lead vocal), Martin Gore (songwriter, keyboards, and guitar) and Vince Clarke (keyboards).
Electronic Rock Music Explained
Electronic rock music is a musical genre that fuses Electronic music with Rock music. Electronic rock music bands were born at the end of the 1970s when electronic instruments became affordable for musicians to achieve visionary electronic sound and electronic dance-oriented beats. Then Electronic instruments began to be used by Rock musicians to create electronic rock music, released in 1980.
Music and Albums
Depeche Mode Electronic rock music albums include:
*Songs of Faith and Devotion (1993)
*Music for the Masses (1987)
*Black Celebration (1986)
*Some Great Reward (1984)
*Construction Time Again (1983)
*A Broken Frame (1982)
*Speak & Spell (1981)
This band’s best hit songs include Just Can’t Get Enough, Everything Counts, Personal Jesus, Enjoy the Silence, and Walking in My Shoes.
Events and Gigs
Since its formation, Depeche Mode has undertaken several tours and events, including A Broken Frame tour (1983) and 1985-6’s Black Celebration world tour (which took place in North America, Europe, Japan and Australia.
In 1988 the 101 Tour launched with several dates throughout the UK, Ireland and Italy. This coincided with the release of compilation album 101. The band finished its 1989-90 world tour with the biggest show of their career. Present during the show in Rio de Janeiro was more than 180,000 fans. The events and gigs by the electronic rock bands Depeche Mode Electronic Rock Band are still going on as of this year (2021).