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Special DELUXE packaging: 3-fold (6 panel) digipak double CD with outer sleeve, special polish and booklet!

Here 's the DOUBLE CD version, featuring on CD1 all tracks from the Vinyl PLUS two exclusive covers of the B-Sides from Depeche Mode’s pre-‘A Broken Frame’ Singles ‘See you’ and ‘The Meaning of Love’.

Marsheaux’s version of ‘Now this is Fun’ (B-side of ‘See you’) offers a really special treatment for all Electro-fans, as the two Greeks succeeded to obtain an extraordinary guest for
the lead-vocals on the track: British James New , leadsinger of THE MIRRORS, who had a
major hit album in 2010 with ‘Lights & Offerings’ .

The second track ‘Oberkorn’ is an instrumental and Marsheaux added quite some twist to it! The instrumental is dedicated to a tinyvillage in Luxembourg, where Depeche Mode slept in a Hotel after a show and that remained
in their memory forever, due to a quite hilarious experience...

CD2 finally will feature ALL tracks from the regular Vinyl-Album in quite different, extended Versions – buying the 2CD, you thus get not less than 12 ‘bonus’-tracks in total…

Tracks CD1 ‘Original Album + B-Sides’:

01 Leave in Silence
02 My Secret Garden
03 Monument
04 Nothing to fear
05 See You
06 Satellite
07 The Meaning of Love
08 A Photograph of You
09 Shouldn’t have done that
10 The Sun and the Rainfall

Bonus-Tracks (NOT on the Vinyl):
11 Now this is Fun (feat. James New)
12 Oberkorn (It’s a small Town)

CD2 ‘A Broken Frame Extended’:

01 Leave in Silence(Extended Version)
02 My Secret Garden (Extended Version)
03 Monument (Extended Version)
04 Nothing to Fear (Extended Version)
05 See You (Extended Version)
06 Satellite (Extended Version)
07 The Meaning of Love (Extended Version)
08 A Photograph of You (Extended Version)
09 Shouldn’t have done that (Extended Version)
10 The Sun and the Rainfall (Extended Version)

From idieyoudie.com:

“Feel free to take the endorsement of someone who doesn’t think Depeche Mode hit their stride until

Black Celebration with a grain of salt, but if even a doubter like myself can get excited by the new life

Marsheaux breathe into these tunes, then the devout for whom all things DM are sacred should find

even more to love. Marsheaux’s A Broken Frame isn’t so much a tribute to one particular moment in

the Depeche Mode catalog as it is a testament to just how far synthpop, whether penned by Gore or

Melitsi and Sarigiannidou or anyone else, has come in the three-odd decades since its supposed

heyday. Buy it!”

From 'almostpredictablealmost1.blogspot

“I enjoyed Marsheaux's take on A Broken Frame. It doesn't match the dark mood of the original's

high points but cover versions rarely better the song they are taking on. Covering a whole album

was a brave move no doubt and they're to be applauded for it. I think most Depeche Mode fans

will enjoy listening to this so go and try it.”

And 3 customer reviews from British Amazon (all 5 out of 5 stars):

“Well Marsheaux have done it again! Another brilliant album! (…) Marsheaux bring their own twist on each song which is most refreshing! Marsheaux are one of the few consistently excellent bands and they deserve much greater publicity. You'll love it!”

“You should buy this! Fantastic covers of the second Depeche Mode album - thoroughly entertaining and great buy!”

“Fantastic, a must have... Excellent cover of a classic DM album, a must for all devotees.... Well produced too....”

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