Depeche Mode ask “Where’s the Revolution?”

When I look back over the last couple of years at the concerts and releases that I have enjoyed the most.  I see a trend that leads to many of the bands continuing from the 80’s.   I don’t want to say that it is all nostalgia either.   These bands are putting out great new music, they are fit with high energy levels, and they just plain know how to put on a show after all these years of doing it.

Depeche Mode are planning a huge new tour around their new release but no US dates have been announced up to this point.  The album titled “Spirit” will be out on March 17th.   The new single was release today and it is called “Where’s the Revolution”




About Spool Going Round

If you like my blog and have access to programming and would like to do a radio/internet show together, please contact me. My name is Mike. I am an on-air radio DJ. I fell in love with radio in Chicago and then took that passion to someplace where I could actually get on the air. My travels took me to Seattle, WA, Eugene and Portland, OR and Washington D.C., where I was able to have my own morning show. I've had crab cakes with Warren Zevon, sat backstage and interviewed Sting, had Melissa Etheridge sing to me from the front row and I loved every minute of it. That passion for music still burns strong in me and I love to talk music and be turned on to music. Sharing new music with people is what got me interested in radio in the first place. It is wonderful to be able to talk music with you. "Go ahead you're on the air..." Read more:
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