Category:1982 See You Tour

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See You Tour
1982 See You Tour Icon.jpg
Tour name See You Tour
By Depeche Mode
Leg of A Broken Frame Tour
Personnel Dave Gahan
Alan Wilder
Martin Gore
Andrew Fletcher
Support acts Dizzy and the Romilars
Talk Talk
Blancmange
Thin Men
Matt Fretton
Indochine
1000Ω
Ministry
Bobby And Synthia
Images In Vogue
Vivabeat
Length 1982-01-20 - 1982-05-16 (3 months, 26 days)
Number of shows 39

The See You Tour was an international tour undertaken by Depeche Mode in the first half of 1982 to support the first single released following Vince Clarke's departure, See You. It was the first Depeche Mode tour to feature Alan Wilder as a member of the group's live line-up.

Line up and songwriting credits

  • Dave Gahan - lead vocals
  • Martin L. Gore - keyboards, backing vocals
  • Andrew Fletcher - keyboards
  • Alan Wilder - keyboards, backing vocals

All songs performed were written by Vince Clarke, except for See You, Big Muff, Now, This Is Fun, Tora! Tora! Tora!, and The Meaning Of Love which were written by Martin L. Gore, I Like It which was written by Mitch Murray, and Television Set which was written by Jason Knott.

Dates with downloads available

Dates without available downloads

Recommended recordings

These recordings are highly recommended as they are generally regarded as some of the best recordings from this tour. This is not an exhaustive list of very good sounding recordings.

Pages in category "1982 See You Tour"

The following 40 pages are in this category, out of 40 total.

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