Which brings to mind x Lingo’s finest feature, it’s not a cyber pickup joint.Everyone there is serious about making new friends for the purpose of meeting people from different cultures who speak different languages and learning from them.Surely they could have slipped “People are People”, “New Life”, “Blasphemous Rumours” or student-disco favourite “Just Can’t Get Enough” in there?However, Mode’s disciples are rewarded with a sensational second half to the set, in which 1983’s “Everything Counts” (with the enduring lyric “The grabbing hands/ Grab all they can/ All for themselves after all/ It’s a competitive world”), and the gorgeously lascivious “Stripped” and “Enjoy the Silence” are played with arm-waving arena chanting along to every word. I think the concept of creating a social network built around language exchange is brilliant.It’s like they took the internet and turned it into a little cafe for people practice foreign languages.I am surprised he doesn't do duets, as Stipe and Bono do: you'd realise how strong his voice is.Dave Gahan, 45, was the lead singer of Depeche Mode.
It was a colour shot and I had Dave at the front and the others behind him; I focused on them and not on Dave.
To totally round out the experience, one could also join Yumondo, learn about cool things happening in the places where those languages they’ve worked so hard to master are spoke, then go to those cities and meet interesting locals.
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Depeche Mode, formed in 1980, have always felt vital – you’d never catch them on an Eighties revival tour alongside Living in a Box – and their latest album, (produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford), is an angry, raw work that despairs at our leaders and desires.
Tonight, somewhat contrarily, they only play three numbers from it (including the bombastic “Where’s the Revolution” and the exquisite “Cover Me”), while, confusingly, 1997’s (released just after Gahan’s speedball overdose; his heart stopped for two minutes) is extensively mined; they perform “Home”, “Barrel of a Gun”, “Insight” and “Useless” from it.