Depeche Mode’s ‘A Broken Frame’ 30 Year Anniversary

September, 27, 2012 / 1 comments

Today marks the 30th anniversary of Depeche Mode’s second studio album ‘A Broken Frame’, released in the UK on September 27, 1982. The album was written entirely by Martin Gore, and recorded after the departure of Vince Clarke, who had left the band to form Yazoo with singer Alison Moyet.

Tim Burrows of The Quietus gets to grips with Depeche Mode’s second studio album. Read the entire article here.

One Response to Depeche Mode’s ‘A Broken Frame’ 30 Year Anniversary

  • Paul

    Martin Gore himself describes this as Depeche Mode’s worst album, i have to disagree, that title belongs to Sounds Of The Universe.
    I think A Broken Frame is a superb album, great songs and sounds. The band were very innovative even at that early stage. Highlights include See You, My Secret Garden, Nothing To Fear and The Sun & The Rainfall.