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For example, the drums and guitar tracks audible on the [[I Feel You]] backing tape (an excerpt of which is available to listen to [[1993 Devotional Tour Backing Tapes|here]]) were obviously muted during the actual concerts unless a problem arose, as Alan explained above. All of the available backing tape audio that is available are stereo mixdowns of the original multitracks, with no tracks muted or omitted. Ironically, I was told anecdotally that this has caused some Depeche Mode fans a lot of strife and disillusionment shortly after the [[1990 World Violation Tour Backing Tapes]] emerged in the early 90s (I believe 1992 if I am correct), as the said fans incorrectly assumed that DM was ultimately playing very little live.
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For example, the drum track audible on the [[I Feel You]] backing tape (an excerpt of which is available to listen to [[1993 Devotional Tour Backing Tapes|here]]) was obviously muted during the actual concerts unless a problem arose, as Alan explained above. All of the available backing tape audio that is available are stereo mixdowns of the original multitracks, with no tracks muted or omitted. Ironically, I was told anecdotally that this has caused some Depeche Mode fans a lot of strife and disillusionment shortly after the [[1990 World Violation Tour Backing Tapes]] emerged in the early 90s (I believe 1992 if I am correct), as the said fans incorrectly assumed that DM was ultimately playing very little live.
    
Regarding extremely early backing tapes, Daryl Bamonte stated that Depeche Mode was using backing tracks on cassettes by the time of [[1980-09-24 Bridge House, London, England, UK‎‎ |their first concert at the Bridge House venue]]:<ref>Source: Facebook conversation between Daryl Bamonte and the webmaster on October 20, 2016.</ref>
 
Regarding extremely early backing tapes, Daryl Bamonte stated that Depeche Mode was using backing tracks on cassettes by the time of [[1980-09-24 Bridge House, London, England, UK‎‎ |their first concert at the Bridge House venue]]:<ref>Source: Facebook conversation between Daryl Bamonte and the webmaster on October 20, 2016.</ref>

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