Out in a couple of weeks – and available here – is a double CD version of Marsheaux’ tribute of Depeche Mode’s “A Broken Frame” album. And while many of you will probably already have purchase the vinyl version of this great Depeche Mode tribute album, you might want to consider to also get ahold of this new 2CD version.
Here’s why. CD1 holds all the tracks from the vinyl album plus two exclusive covers of the B-Sides from Depeche Mode’s pre-“A Broken Frame” singles “See you” and “The Meaning of Love”: “Now this is Fun” (with lead-vocals by James New, leadsinger of The Mirrors) and “Oberkorn”. CD2 features all the tracks from the regular vinyl-album in different, extended versions. That’s 12 bonus-tracks in total.
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