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Sounds of the Universe is the twelfth full-length album by Depeche Mode, released in Europe on 20 April, 2009, and on 21 April, 2009, in the US and Canada. It's supported by the ongoing Tour of the Universe. The album contains 13 tracks.

As with the previous album, Playing the Angel, Dave Gahan has once again written three songs with Christian Eigner and Andrew Phillpott: "Hole to Feed", "Come Back" and "Miles Away / The Truth Is". "Spacewalker" and the bonus… read more



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  • I loved this album straight away!
  • I expected this would be a controversial album just from how experimental it is for them...a few tracks in, the guitar is as expressive as it was during Songs of Faith and Devotion, which is always welcome to me!
  • It could be the one of the best DM's albums. Songs are truly awesome but arrangements're mostly weak. If only Alan or Flood had produced it..
  • Is that Moscow subway? [2]
  • I really do not get the hate. This is probably my favorite DM album.
  • Listening to Delta Machine made me understand how much I love the "experimental" side of Depeche Mode. I frankly hope they're not quitting it.
  • My favorites are "Spacewalker" and "Miles Away / The Truth Is."
  • Peace is one of top 5 Depeche's songs!
  • Is that Moscow subway?
  • I actually like this album more than Delta Machine.[2] Me, too. When thiS album came out, i didn't like it , but now i think is better than Delta Machine =/

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