Depeche Mode: Where’s the Revolution

Depeche Mode: Where's The Revolution

Depeche Mode: Where's The Revolution

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Depeche Mode: Where's The Revolution

Late Late Show music guest Depeche Mode performs their new song "Where's the Revolution."

Depeche Mode: Where's The Revolution

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35 thoughts on “Depeche Mode: Where’s the Revolution”

  1. You know what I love about this band? They’ve managed to maintain such a unique sound for so long and it still works today.

  2. This is the point. This is why i don’t understand who complain at all. They’re here,nowadays, and they are not ridiculous as some bands are after 35 years. Long life to these professional musicians.

  3. Loved Depeche Mode back in late 80’s, early 90s…..
    But this song sounds like a track that they didn’t include on an album 2 decades ago, because it wasn’t that good….back then.
    Plus, for THIS audience, they should have played a more upbeat tune, with some power.

  4. *They are OLD GUYS now !!! I gave up on DM after the 2001 Exciter tour. At the concert I kept yelling for them to “play something **#FAST**” !!! Sadly, their last good tour was the 1998 Singles tour !!!*

  5. +Wide Awake! Productions OMG I saw this guys since 1993 tour and in the 98 and 4 example their 2006 tour was far better …

  6. I am so grateful that I didn’t give up after the Exciter Tour, they’ve put on stellar shows since, you’ve lost out on some great performances live

  7. JoaoDACorreia lmao. It’s my opinion. You have no right to say it is “shitty”. There’s no right or wrong.

  8. The people that complain are just trolls trying to suffer with others joy!! It has nothing to do with DM. Their ignorance blinds them.

  9. Tânia Pereira no need to defend your taste. DM is a legendary band. Joao is just a frustrated human. some people just suffer with others joy. ive been a DM fan for over 30 years and they are so amazing!! im just so happy they are still making awesome music!

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