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Depeche Mode '101' Video 1989

A Film by D.A. Pennebaker, Chris Hegedus, David Dawkins

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Catalog number:  

VHS: Virgin Video - VVD 469 / LD: Warner Reprise Video ‎– 9 38155-6 / DVD: DMDVD3 / UMD: DMUMD3

Release date:  

VHS: 13 March 1989 / DVD: 10 November 2003 / UMD: 21 November 2005


"A Concert for the Masses" USA, Pasadena Rose Bowl June 18, 1988


Chris Hegedus, D.A. Pennebaker, David Dawkins


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The artwork:  

Anton Corbijn, Paul West

Formats edition:  





UK chart:  

6 position


Dave Gahan:  

lead vocals

Martin Gore:  

keyboards, guitar, melodica, percussion pads, backing vocals, lead vocals

Alan Wilder:  

keyboards, piano, percussion pads, backing vocals

Andy Fletcher:  

keyboards, percussion pads, backing vocals


Depeche Mode Release Classic 2 Disc DVD Set

'101' + Live 1988 Rose Bowl Show Released On 10th November

Depeche Mode release the legendary DA Pennebaker film '101' for the first time ever on DVD coupled with their classic concert 'Live At The Rose Bowl - June 18th 1988' on 10th November. This highly collectable DVD package features over 3 hours of footage and includes recent interviews with Martin Gore, Andrew Fletcher and Dave Gahan filmed by DA Pennebaker especially for this DVD.

1988 was a pivotal year for Depeche Mode. It was during their "Music For the Masses' world tour that they exploded into the musical mainstream. The Rose Bowl concert was the 10lst and last date of the tour and both discs capture a band and their audience at the height of their love affair.

Acclaimed film-maker DA Pennebaker was best known for his seminal Dylan film 'Don't Look Back' in addition to his work with Hendrix and John Lennon. Yet it was his marriage with alternative pioneers Depeche Mode that produced the frank and honest film '101'.

"It was the most interesting, fun film we've ever done," Pennebaker said.

"That tour and that film was so important, especially for the perception of the band," says Martin Gore. "We'd always been on the brink, especially in America but that 1988 tour was the first time we headlined big arenas, the first time the band really took off."

"There was something special about that whole time," Dave Gahan adds. "After that concert I remember sitting down in the dressing room and I just cried. It was just so emotional."

Andrew Fletcher echoes those sentiments: "It was one of the most amazing tours I've ever been on and a breaking point for alternative music in the US. The Rose Bowl was the first time that alternative radio sold out a big show in the US."

Integral to both the DVD and the concert was the relationship between band and audience. A competition was held nationwide where a bus load of winners followed the band around. Some of those fans are interviewed for this DVD and still remain in touch with Depeche Mode.

June 18, 1988 was a day to remember for the 60,453 fans who attended the show. Now we can relive the day through the eyes of one of cinema's most accomplished documentary makers.

Depeche 101 DVD

* 2 Disc Set

* 5.1 surround sound

* Over 3 hours of DVD material inlcuding the legendary 101 film, previously unseen 1988 Rose Bowl footage

* Where are they now section featuring 'the bus kids'

* Concert footage includes live performances of:

Master And Servant


Behind The Wheel


Blasphemous Rumours



Black Celebration

Pleasure Little Treasure

Just Can't Get Enough

Everything Counts

Never Let Me Down Again

* Everything Counts video

*New interviews filmed by DA Pennebaker with:

Dave Gahan

Andy Fletcher

Martin Gore

Daniel Miller

Jonathan Kessler



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VHS (VVD 469) UK

"DEPECHE MODE 101" 117:00

101 is a film from D.A. Pennebaker that documents Depeche Mode's 1988 tour in support of their album, Music For The Masses. The film tracks the band as they travel across country to the final tour date at the Rose Bowl, but also focuses on a small group of Depeche Mode fans who won a contest to travel cross-country on a bus along the band's tour stops. Band footage (concert tracks, backstage interviews, random) is interspersed with footage of the fans hanging out on the bus, meeting the band, and having various adventures at different stops along the way. The following tracks is covered by the documentary film: Pimpf, Master And Servant, The Things You Said, Blasphemous Rumours, People Are People, Stripped, Black Celebration, Shake The Disease Nothing, A Question Of Time, Behind The Wheel, Strangelove Everything Counts, Just Can't Get Enough and Never Let Me Down Again. The documentary film.


Barcode:   5 013702 346920

Rights Society:   MCPS

Other:   D790170-762

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LD (9 38155-6) US Release 1989

Side 1

1   "Pimpf"

2   "Master And Servant"

3   "Route 66"

4   "Master And Servant"



5   "The Things You Said"

6   "Blasphemous Rumours"

7   "People Are People"

8   "Stripped"

9   "Black Celebration"

Side 2

1   "Nothing"

2   "Shake The Disease"

3   "A Question Of Time"

4   "Route 66"



5   "Behind The Wheel"


(Sound Check)

6   "Behind The Wheel"



7   "Strangelove"

8   "Everything Counts"

9   "Just Can't Get Enough"

10   "Never Let Me Down Again"

11   "Route 66"




Barcode:   0 7599-38155-6 6

Other Labels:   Made in Japan

Runout etching side 1:   3F613719 6 38155B-1P-C

Runout etching side 2:   3F712994 6 38155A-3P-C

Rights Society:   ASCAP

Rights Society:   BMI

120min. A concert film cut in no chronological order with live performance mixed with a story of a group of fans travelling across the states to the Pasadena Rose Bowl stadium. Track A5 "The Things You Said" is a mix of a sound check and the live version. Track B3 is mistyped as "Question Of Time". Track B7 is mistyped as "Strange Love".

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Disc One

A Film by D.A. Pennebaker, Chris Hegedus, David Dawkins.

  "101" 117:00

Disc Two

Live At The Pasadena Rose Bowl June 18th 1988

  "Master And Servant"


  "Behind The Wheel"


  "Blasphemous Rumours"



  "Black Celebration"

  "Pleasure Little Treasure"

  "Just Can't Get Enough"

  "Everything Counts"

  "Never Let Me Down Again"

  Exclusive Interview with Dave Gahan

  Exclusive Interview with Martin Gore

  Exclusive Interview with Andy Fletcher

  Exclusive Interview with Jonathan Kessler

  Exclusive Interview with Daniel Miller

  Interviews with the fans

  "Everything Counts" Official promotional music video


Barcode:   0 724349 087392 >

Label Code:   LC5834

Price Code:   PM902

Rights Society:   bel BIEM

Runout Disc 1:   EMI UDEN 4900749-0 PAL @ 3

Mastering SID Code:   IFPI L046

Mould SID Code:   IFPI 2546

Barcode Disc 1:   0724349087491

Runout Disc 2:   EMI UDEN 4908759-0 PAL @ 2

Mastering SID Code:   IFPI L046

Mould SID Code:   IFPI 2529

Barcode Disc 2:   0724349087590

Other Labels Disc 1 and Disc 2:   Made in the EU

Cover: Printed in the EU. Packaged in a trifold digipak with 16 page booklet in cardboard slipcase with white front sticker. Disc 1: Reissue of the film '101' originally released on VHS in 1989. Sticker: "2-DVD Set containing the documentary '101' and performance from the legendary Rose Bowl Concert. Bonus features include new band interviews (Commentary track by band members filmmakers (Stereo)), 5.1 audio and video DMDVD3 0724349087392".

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A Film by D.A. Pennebaker, Chris Hegedus, David Dawkins.

  "101" 117:00


Label Code:   LC5834

Barcode:   0 094634 465861 >

Other Side a and Side c:   MADE IN AUSTRIA

Barcode UMD:   0094634465861

PlayStation Portable (PSP). Contains commentary track with Depeche Mode and subtitles in 6 languagues. Region 2 to 6.

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