Cut Of The Day: Depeche Mode Live In London

They pound the keyboards on Just Can't Get Enough

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Cut of the day: November 14

Today, check out Dave Gahan and co in full electro mode, on their ‘Black Celebration’ tour in London in 1986.

This live performance of Depeche Mode‘s third single from 1981 ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’ is a blast of pure synth-pop.

The track was written by Vince Clarke who left the band in late 1981. It was also the first DM track to be accompanied by a promo video.

Check out the live footage here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7akMyk30QY&rel=1


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