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Martin Gore:: Depeche mode4 finishes his new album::

Depeche Mode ends his new album, some songs are revealed. Depeche Mode has completed work on recording the next album, the successor of Playing The Angel, 2005. "We completed the album," said Dave Gahan, lead singer for Pop & Hiss on Thursday by telephone from New York. "There are still a couple of pieces and rhythms that have to tweak, but I feel very good about the fact you stop" continued. "I think we did ungran record." Gahan said the yet-untitled album, slated to launch next spring will have about 12 songs. "We've had a hard time choosing this album because we recorded more songs than for any other." He said. "Maybe I'm old school or whatever, but once you take more than 12 songs into something strange." Gahan confirmed that the album of 2009, which will be the first with EMI in the United States (the band released their album with Warner Music Group in North America during most of his career), containing the songs "Wrong" and "Peace ", of whom There are a few snippets on the internet. Gahan, however, clarified that the real title of "Peace" is "Peace Will Come To Me." Additionally, Gahan revealed the titles of three new songs: "Hole To Feed", "In Chains" and "Comeback," all co written by him which will be included on the album. "We have about 18 songs," he said, even hinting that the band will release an EP or enInternet extra material for the next year. However, Gahan versionof stressed that EMI will be just that, an album of rather short duration. Gahan said: "I've been listening to the current list of songs and I'm always thinking about the album side 1 and side 2. It's like when you watch a movie or something, and it takes more than two hours and say ... OK, I understand. "And how is the sound of the new material? Rolling Stone published a month ago" In The Studio "with Depeche Mode in which Martin Gore was quoted as saying he had a feeling "spiritual." "I know what Martin meant by that, but if anyone thinks that the disc will have a gospel feeling, could not be further from that," He said Gahan. " I feel like the disc is about looking out and have a desire to unite in some way. The world is changing, to see that Obama was elected, which was great. We saw on TV when we were in Santa Barbara and still Erizal skin when I think about it. Will take a long time, but I think some of that feeling, that feeling [of hope] is at work. "And while the band is increasingly fond of using guitars, the new album can see a return to the original roots of Depeche Mode with analog synthesizer - at least in a limited number of tracks. "Martin is the new fetish, which is basically buying art on eBay," says Gahan. "There must be purchased up to half analog equipment worldwide. We have all these old drum machines of the 1970's, and even some of the things we utilizadoen the 80 and, like the old Arps and Moogs. "As an example, Gahan said one of the new stars of the album is a piece of art called" The Colonel "- an old synthesizer 1970, Steiner Parker era. It is an instrument, Gahan says," that makes noise crazy. We found it really inspiring and use a lot of things [on the new album]. "Depeche Mode announced part of their 2009" Tour of theUniverse "earlier this year and is expected to reveal the dates for the U.S. in coming weeks. Depeche Mode have maintained a strong fan base in the Los Angeles area, thanks to those concerts like the famous Rose Bowl in 1988 was exhausted, captured in the documentary "Depeche Mode 101." The last presentation of the band in southern California in 2006 was in the Coachella Festival. "It was a great experience on stage that night," Gahan said very excited. "It was one of those concerts where you just feel like you're floating on air. I was singing excellent, the atmosphere was great, everything was fine. It was very special." While the famous devotees, fans of Depeche Mode, expect new music and dates, have lamented the fact that the band's music has become a song by Hilary Duff. Her "Reach Out" is largely the sound of "Personal Jesus." "I do not know I think about it .... It's a little weird, "Gahan laughed." I think it was something that Martin had no choice, they did it anyway. But, you know, is what it is. Look, my daughter loves. You know what I said? `But is not it, Dad '." Gahan said that the recording sessions that took place during the last months in New York and Santa Barbara, were productive, and that he and the principal songwriter, Martin Gore, are working well together. Source: Translation: Veronica Rivera


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