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Only momentarily in their early years did Depeche Mode find their craft well-matched with the tastes of the music press, yet Depeche Mode success remained a testament to the power of their music. Lyrically, Gore tended to begin subjects a shade darker than the musical content might suggest, including sado-masochism ("Master And Servant"), capitalism ("Everything Counts") and religious fetishism ("Personal Jesus'). As the 90s dawned their albums sustained to reach the UK Top 10, and they had made vital inroads on the US market.
The Violator tour made them a giant concert stars in America, where they became stars on the burgeoning other scene. 1990"s Violator included the aforementioned "Personal Jesus" and further transatlantic hits in "Enjoy The Silence", "Policy Of Truth" and "World In My Eyes". The album obtainable a harder sound informed by Gahan's patronage of the American rock scene, which was continued on Songs Of Faith And Devotion. As their standing throughout the world sustained to be enhanced by ambitious stage shows, the latter album debuted in both the US and UK charts at number 1 on its week of release - this in spite of the fact that thinly veiled acrimony seemed to surround the Depeche Mode camp as it entered the 90s.
Wilder departed in 1996 (resurfacing in 1997 as the cinematic Recoil). The change in Gahan throughout this period saw him relocate from Essex to Los Angeles, divorce his wife, remarry his tattooed American girlfriend, divorce her and then effort suicide. Gahan's serious drug dependence reached a peak when he came close to death in 1996. In a revealing interview with the New Musical Express, he spoke about his drug problems to such an extent that the reader was convinced of his determination to stay clean and pursue a future with his longest love affair, Depeche Mode band. The following year's Ultra was a surprisingly good album, bearing in mind the fragmentation that had been occurring within the ranks, and spawned two of the Depeche Mode band's biggest UK hits, "Barrel Of A Gun" and "It's No Good". The rebirth continued with the excellent Exciter in 2001, which ranks as one of the Depeche Mode band's strongest albums. Both Gahan and Gore released solo albums in 2003.
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