℗ 1983 Sire Records Company
 

Construction Time Again

Depeche Mode

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1.1
Love, in Itself
Depeche Mode
4:27
1.2
More Than a Party
Depeche Mode
4:30
1.3
Pipeline
Depeche Mode
6:08
1.4
Everything Counts
Depeche Mode
3:58
1.5
Two Minute Warning
Depeche Mode
4:10
1.6
Shame
Depeche Mode
3:50
1.7
The Landscape Is Changing
Depeche Mode
4:16
1.8
Told You So
Depeche Mode
4:25
1.9
And Then...
Depeche Mode
5:40
1.10
Everything Counts (Extended Version)
Depeche Mode
7:23
Total Playing Time    48:47
Construction Time Again is the third studio album by English electronic music band Depeche Mode. It was released on 22 August 1983 by Mute Records. It was the band's first album to feature Alan Wilder as a member, who wrote the songs "Two Minute Warning" and "The Landscape Is Changing". The album's title comes from the second line of the first verse of the track "Pipeline". It was recorded at John Foxx's Garden Studios in London, and was supported by the Construction Time Again Tour. In January 1983, shortly before the release of the "Get the Balance Right!" single, songwriter Martin Gore attended an Einstürzende Neubauten concert, giving him the idea to experiment with the sounds of industrial music in the context of pop. This album introduced a transition in lyrical content for the group. Construction Time Again would include a bevy of political themes, sparked by the poverty Gore had seen on a then-recent trip he had taken to Thailand.
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Tracks 1-10 - contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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