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THE WORLD SERVICE - Celebration Time

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    - featuring ex Zounds members Steve Lake, Lawrence Wood and Nick Godwin

    Steve Lake on this singe, "It was the name of a band that Lawrence and I formed with original Zounds member Nick Godwin. This was immediately after Zounds split up. We released one record called "Celebration Town" on Rough Trade. The B-side of that record was fantastic actually, it was called "Turn Out The Lights" and would probably been the next Zounds single if we had continued."

    1 Celebration Town
    2 Turn Out The Lights
    3 Celebration Town (nightmare)
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    Black Celebration
    Release Date : 1990

    Programmed at Worldwide International. Recorded & mixed at Westside, London & Hansa, Berlin except "Fly on the Windscreen" recorded at Genetic, re-mixed at Hansa, Berlin.Tracks 12 to 14 are bonus tracks. ℗&© 1986 Mute Records LimitedThis is the original edition without mould SID code [url=http://www.discogs.com/release/1232666] There is also a repress with mould SID codes [/url]Released
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    THE WORLD SERVICE Biography

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    English electronic music band formed March 1980 in Basildon, Essex, and named after a popular French fashion magazine. The group's original line-up consisted of Dave Gahan (lead vocals, occasional songwriter since 2005) Martin Gore (keyboards, guitar, vocals, chief songwriter after 1981) Andy Fletcher (keyboards) and Vince Clarke (keyboards, and chief songwriter from 1980 until 1981).

    Depeche Mode released their debut record "Speak & Spell," in 1981, bringing them into the British new-wave scene. Soon after the release of the album, Clarke decided to quit the band, leaving them to record their next album, 1982's "A Broken Frame," as a trio. Gore took over lead songwriting duties and, later in 1982, Alan Wilder (keyboards, drums, occasional songwriter) officially joined the band to fill Clarke's spot, thus establishing a line-up that would continue for the next thirteen years.

    1983's groundbreaking "Construction Time Again," and 1984's "Some Great Reward," gained the band extensive popularity in the US. The subsequent releases of 1986's "Black Celebration," and 1987's "Music for the Masses," established them as a dominant force on the mainstream electronic music scene. A highlight of this era was the band's concert at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, titled "101," where they drew a crowd in excess of 60,000 people. The latter end of the US tour was recorded and released on VHS video, and was titled "101." The show itself was recorded and released as a double live album, and carried the same title.

    In the new decade, Depeche Mode released 1990's "Violator," which was a massive mainstream success. The subsequent album, 1993's "Songs of Faith and Devotion," and the supporting "Devotional Tour," exacerbated tensions within the band to the point where Alan Wilder quit in 1995, leading to intense media and fan speculation that the band would split.

    Now a trio once again, the band released "Ultra," in 1997. This album was recorded during the height of Dave Gahan's near-fatal drug abuse, Martin Gore's alcoholism and seizures, along with Andrew Fletcher's bout with serious depression. For these reasons, their no worldwide tour for this album. In 1998, the band released "The Singles 81 > 85," which was a re-issue of 1985's "The Singles 81 → 85." The latter release contained "Photographic (Some Bizarre Version) & "Just Can't Get Enough (Schizo Remix)."

    They also released "The Singles 86>98," and there was a subsequent world tour, titled "The Singles Tour."

    The release of 2001's "Exciter," confirmed Depeche Mode's willingness to remain together, the subsequent, and very successful. The "Exciter Tour," was their first tour in support of an original album since 1993. Again, the band did tour in 1998 to support the aforementioned "The Singles 86–98," compilation albums.

    Depeche Mode have had fifty songs in the UK Singles Chart and thirteen top 10 albums in the UK charts, two of which debuted at No. 1. Depeche Mode have to this day sold over 100 million records worldwide, making them one of the most commercially successful electronic bands and one of the world's best-selling music artists. Q magazine calls Depeche Mode "the most popular electronic band the world has ever known," and included the band in the list of the "50 Bands That Changed the World!" Depeche Mode also rank number 98 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists Of All Time."

    Current lineup:
    [a=Martin L. Gore]: keyboards, guitar, vocals
    [a=Dave Gahan]: lead vocals
    [a=Andrew Fletcher]: keyboards

    Former members:
    [a=Vince Clarke] (1980-81): keyboards, backing vocals
    [a=Alan Wilder] (1982-95): keyboards, drums, backing vocals

    Band members: Martin L. Gore, Dave Gahan, Andrew Fletcher
    Band ex-members: , Alan Wilder, Vincent John Martin
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    https://www.facebook.com/worldserviceleeds
    http://theworldservice.bandcamp.com/

    Formed in Leeds early 2011. First recordings made April 2012.and their music is available on either CD or download from bandcamp.

    The World Service are:
    Jonny Hart - vocals, guitars
    Owen Lloyd - vocals, guitars
    Dan Stretton - drums, percussion
    Mark Sturdy - bass

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    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Mute

    Please note, some Mute issues also carry an EMI logo. This is not a label and EMI should not be added as a label, it instead indicates that Mute was part of the EMI Group.

    Founded in 1978 by Daniel Miller, Mute (also known as l36339) releases various forms of music, with an emphasis on electronic and experimental pop. In May 2002 the label was acquired by the EMI Group. In 2010 Miller did an agreement with EMI to handle Mute as an independent label again, licensing the trademark from EMI via his company Mute Artists Ltd., but EMI kept the rights over Mute's back catalogue. After the EMI Group was dissolved, in 2012 l206061 acquired l636's back catalogue.

    Branch offices exist in Germany (l168349) and in North America (l36296).

    Mute has spawned many regional and special-interest sublabels, some of which are still active. One offshoot, Parallel Series, even became independent of l636 Mute also operates Mute Bank Mail Order, which sells the label's merchandise directly to consumers. Mute Bank published two issues of iMute Statement/i, a softcover book that details the entire discography of the label and includes band profiles and photos of release artwork.

    Another label strongly associated with Mute is Toast Hawaii, run by Depeche Mode's Andrew Fletcher.

    Label code: bLC 05834/b / bLC 5834/b

    ‘bP/b’, included to the catalog numbers,
    generally stand for promo copies.
    ‘bL/b’, included to the catalog numbers,
    generally stand for limited editions.
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