Depeche Mode: 1987–88 “Sometimes You Do Need Some New Jokes…”

Tagline : Sometimes You Do Need Some New Jokes…

Runtime : 37 mins

Genre : Music Documentary

Vote Rating : 8.5/10

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Plot : "Sometimes You Do Need Some New Jokes…" - In both musical and commercial terms, Depeche Mode had been building slowly but steadily by the time of Music for the Masses in 1987. The album really did feel like a great leap forward. It was the start of a new chapter. This short film tells the story of that album, it's aftermath and the impact on the band. The DVD also contains a 5.1 surround sound mix of the original album.

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