℗ 1981 Sire Records Company
 

Speak & Spell

Depeche Mode

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1.1
New Life
Depeche Mode
3:44
1.2
Puppets
Depeche Mode
3:57
1.3
Dreaming of Me
Depeche Mode
3:45
1.4
Boys Say Go!
Depeche Mode
3:04
1.5
Nodisco!
Depeche Mode
4:13
1.6
What's Your Name?
Depeche Mode
2:41
1.7
Photographic
Depeche Mode
4:58
1.8
Tora! Tora! Tora!
Depeche Mode
4:24
1.9
Big Muff
Depeche Mode
4:21
1.10
Any Second Now (Voices)
Depeche Mode
2:43
1.11
Just Can't Get Enough
Depeche Mode
6:45
Total Playing Time    44:35
Speak & Spell is the debut studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was released on 5 October 1981 by Mute Records. It was the band's only album to feature Vince Clarke, and as a result, is much lighter in tone than their subsequent releases. Clarke wrote most of the songs for the band, before departing to form Yazoo and later Erasure. The album is significantly lighter in tone and melody than their later work, a direction which can largely be attributed to Clarke's writing. After he left, Martin Gore took over songwriting duties, writing almost all of the band's material.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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