Label: MG Records - T-1389 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop
Post a Comment. During a Depeche tour, it's easy to see the Black Swarm as a gang of Depeche Mode obsessives I Want It All - Depeche Mode - Live At Air Canada Centre room in their lives for Depeche Mode and no-one else. There are other bands out there though, and fans of those bands are fans of DM too.
His site is an absolute treasure trove on Nine Inch Nails material and is a must visit. Anyway, back to Depeche and Toronto specifically. Ryan is having a mini DM tour of his own and I was delighted that he agreed to Waiting - Santana - Santana this gig.
Enjoy his wonderful review Toronto live snippet. Up to this point, I have seen them in Clarkston, Chicago and now Toronto. Following this date, I will see them at Madison Square Garden for their two nights at the iconic venue I already saw Toronto 1, it was awesome. I have been a fan of the Mode since I was born, thanks to my dad, and was able to see the show with him in Chicago with my brother.
But We Fukked Up - Køntøur - BareFootWurk (File) lets get to the Toronto show. I arrived Toronto the afternoon for the small 4 hour jaunt up to Toronto from Detroit and was ready for the show. The setlists had been the same the previous two nights of the tour I had seen and I had still not looked at any of the previous setlists from Europe, just so if there were any wrinkles, I would be surprised.
Not to mention, this would really help with capturing the best sound. So I was in the lower bowl all the way on the last row, but my vantage was still good for the whole stage. I love that Martin picks some techno to warm up the venue after Warpaint who have been awesome on this tour btw, great group! They did not disappoint. Toronto was loud all night. Up there Toronto Chicago a few nights prior.
I spoke with the fans around me, and you can tell that people in Toronto were passionate about the band. I have family in Toronto, so any time I go up there you can see at record stores and around town that there is a big following of Depeche. Probably the biggest in Canada, no doubt. Now I have to say, just Wehe Der Geburt (Instrumental) - Martin Sprissler - Kains Kinder Delta Machinethe new tracks translated well live for the ones they used.
Spirit is definitely one of my favorite albums post-Wilder, for sure, especially because the songs translate so well to the live show. This brings it back a little bit. I just want to say that whomever is mixing Depeche this time around has it dialed in! The bass at these shows are incredible. Right before intermission where Martin comes Wala Wala - The Slickers, Lester Sterling - Wala Wala / Super Special to do a few songs, I have to say that Cover Me is one of my favorite songs that they play out of this set.
The visuals, the lyrics, all just are emotionally epic. So when it was in the set, I was stoked. Real raw and bluesy. But it sounded so great in Toronto. The fat synth notes were so apparent in the mix that it vibrated your chest cavity. The chemistry between Martin and Dave up on stage could really be seen during this and you can see they are genuinely having a good time up on stage which is awesome to see, especially after all these years.
Stripped also sounded amazing and I took my earplugs out for this one just to see how loud the arena actually was. As the first two shows I saw were amphitheaters, there was no place for the sound to go and the crowd was insane. I can only imagine what it was like to be there during those shows. Depeche just comes out and plays the tracks and you get more songs. Best part of the show was the encore. Peter Gordeno Toronto such a talented musician, dude can literally play anything and I remember him just rocking out to this song on the bass.
Felt like watching the recordings I have from all over again! Depeche is up there in age, but they still bring it live.
The band is tight, and the music is faultless. True perfection when you go see them live. This is why they are one of my all time favorite bands and even though the setlists are still the same, I would see the show multiple times on one tour. But Toronto was a spectacular show because of the fans and how well the set was executed.
Not to mention the tape sounds pretty good. Anyways, enough ramblings from me. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.
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