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Depeche Mode: The Videos 86>98 (1999)

Depeche Mode: The Videos 86>98 is a video starring Martin Gore, David Gahan, and Andrew Fletcher. A career retrospective collecting the music videos of Depeche Mode from 1986 to 1998.
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... Woman (segment "I Feel You")
Hildia Campbell ... Herself - Backing Singer (segment "Condemnation")
... Himself
... Herself (segment "Personal Jesus")
... Themselves
Dave Fanning ... Himself (segment "Ultra")
Paul Gambaccini ... Himself (segment "Songs of Faith and Devotion")
Samantha Smith McGrady ... Herself - Backing Singer (segment "Condemnation") (as Samantha Smith)
Daniel Miller ... Himself
Ippolita Santarelli ... Woman on Vespa (segment "Behind The Wheel")
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A career retrospective collecting the music videos of Depeche Mode from 1986 to 1998.

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Radiant Anthology by the World's Greatest Band
23 August 2002 | by See all my reviews

In 1998, Depeche Mode released a best hits album titled The Singles 1985-98. To complement these brilliant songs, they released a DVD with all of the videos and two short documentaries.

Out of all the directors, Dutch photographer Anton Corbijn shined. Especially in his "Policy Of Truth" video. In my opinion, POT is, if not, the best music video not only from DM...but of all time. I happened to catch it before school one morning once, and it hasn't left me.

Since that morning, I came across their outstanding Violator album and this DVD. In watching this DVD however, I discovered many other ground-breaking videos...many of which from collaborator Corbijn.

I highly recommennd this to any DM or music video fan out there. Although not all videos are great, "Policy Of Truth" shines brilliantly. Corbijn's rear-view-window shots are most affective and complement Mode's underlying driving theme. Very good overall.


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