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Depeche Mode History and Biography
While Depeche Mode remains quite popular in the US, Western Europe and Australia,, its most loyal fan base and widest appeal seems to lie in Central Europe and Russia, fed by the timely confluence of several key events in this part of the world in the early 90's: the then world-wide popularity of DM and synth music in general (which has since waned in the US), the collapse of communism, and the rise of the internet with the instant access this brought to a region thirsting for western music and ideals. Today there are countless Depeche Mode fan-created web sites, in nearly every language, propelling the Depeche Mode to perpetual fame. In 2001, Depeche Mode released the unfortunately titled Exciter, which did not place well in the charts outside of Continental Europe. Although it spawned several dance club hits such as Danny Tenaglia's remixes of "I Feel Loved", to many fans the album felt uninspired and underproduced, although the record was noted as containing some of the strongest vocal stylings of Dave Gahan since joining the Depeche Mode.
Web blogs from L.A. to Sydney questioned if this wasn't a manifestation that indeed Depeche Mode had in essence broken up with the departure of Alan Wilder in 1995. With little to distingish this outing from earlier solo projects, Martin and Dave seemed to sense that this would be a good time to busy themselves with new solo efforts. 2003 Depeche Mode saw the release of Dave Gahan's solo album, Paper Monsters, followed by a worldwide tour and a DVD taken from it, titled Live Monsters; Martin Gore continued his solo career with the release of Counterfeit 2 (a furthering of re-recordings of some of Martin's most beloved and influential songs first canonized in his 1989 release Counterfeit); and Andrew Fletcher launched his own label, Toast Hawaii. In August 2004, Depeche Mode Mute released the DVD version of "Devotional," filmed during their world tour in 1993, and a new remix compilation album Remixes 81-04 that covers some new & unreleased promo mixes of the Depeche Mode singles from 1981 to 2004, highlighted with a re-release and new renditions of their timeworn classic "Enjoy the Silence."
This single peaked at #7 in the UK, but did poorly in the US, where most fans yawned at the mostly cheezy clone-like euro-pop remixes that populated this single. In November 2004, Depeche Mode announced on thier website that the Depeche Mode was planning on going into the studio to record an Depeche Mode album in early 2005 with producer Ben Hillier.