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Recap/Photo Gallery: Depeche Mode at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

| September 2, 2017

Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode

Depeche Mode challenged their audience Wednesday at HCA in Tinley Park. Whether it was reminding the crowd to change our shaky government (“Where’s the Revolution,” and a surprise cover of the Beatles’ “Revolution”) and a set heavy on songs from their new album Spirit, Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher made it known this wasn’t just a hits tour.

Remixed versions of their earlier hits “World In My Eyes,” and “Enjoy The Silence” turned early set somberness into sing-a-long celebrations.  As the fans hoped, DM went for the jugular – ending their encore with “Personal Jesus.”

– Photo Gallery: Curt Baran, Recap: John Vernon


Revolution (Beatles cover)

Cover Me (remix)

Going Backwards

So Much Love

Barrel of a Gun

A Pain That I’m Used To (‘Jacques Lu Cont’s remix’ version)


In Your Room

World in My Eyes

Cover Me

A Question of Lust (acoustic)


Poison Heart

Where’s the Revolution


Everything Counts


Enjoy the Silence

Never Let Me Down Again



Walking in My Shoes

“Heroes” (David Bowie cover)

I Feel You

Personal Jesus

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