Category:1997 Ultra Parties
Depeche Mode hosted two mini-concerts or "parties" used to promote the release of their ninth album, Ultra. Alan Wilder had left the band in 1995. These two concerts and the several promotional television performances are the first to have Christian Eigner on drums. Dave Clayton is on keyboards for these two concerts and television performances; Peter Gordeno replaces him starting with the 1998 "The Singles" Tour.
Audio and video recordings exist for both of these mini-concerts and are available to stream and download below. Audio recordings of several promotional television appearances with live versions of It's No Good (plus a television performance in Paris with Barrel Of A Gun) are also available to stream and download below.
Line up and songwriting credits
- Dave Gahan - lead vocals
- Martin L. Gore - keyboards, guitar, backing vocals, occasional lead vocals (denoted by (*) in track listings)
- Andrew Fletcher - keyboards
- Dave Clayton - keyboards
- Christian Eigner - drums
All songs performed were written by Martin L. Gore.
Dates with downloads available
Dates without available downloads
Pages in category "1997 Ultra Parties"
The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total.
- 1997-04-04 TFI Friday, London, England, UK
- 1997-04-10 Adrenalin Village, London, England, UK
- 1997-04-21 Nulle Part Ailleurs Studios, Paris, France
- 1997-04-25 EKML Studios, Stockholm, Sweden
- 1997-05-10 Samstag Nacht, RTL, Cologne, Germany
- 1997-05-15 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, NBC Studios, Burbank, CA, USA
- 1997-05-16 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA, USA