Ultra

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For information on this album's singles, see the Singles section.
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This article is about the album. To view a list of its songs and B-sides, see Ultra songs.
Ultra
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Album Ultra
By Depeche Mode
Catalogue number Stumm148
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BX Stumm148
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Verbong 2
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Release date 14 April 1997
Recorded at Abbey Road
Eastcote
Westside
Strongroom
RAK (London)
Electric Lady (New York City)
Larrabee West (Los Angeles)
Produced by Tim Simenon
Engineered by Q
Number of tracks 11

Ultra is the eighth studio album by Depeche Mode and the first to be produced without Alan Wilder as a member since 1982's A Broken Frame. The album was released on 14 April 1997 by Mute Records. Though not directly supported by a full length tour, it was promoted via a brief series of concerts promoted as Ultra Parties.

Track list

  1. Barrel Of A Gun
  2. The Love Thieves
  3. Home
  4. It's No Good
  5. Uselink
  6. Useless
  7. Sister Of Night
  8. Jazz Thieves
  9. Freestate
  10. The Bottom Line
  11. Insight

For a full list of songs, singles, and B-sides produced for this album, see the list of Ultra songs.

Singles

  1. Barrel Of A Gun - February 3, 1997
  2. It's No Good - March 31, 1997
  3. Home - June 16, 1997
  4. Useless - October 20, 1997

Songs by BPM

BPM range
166
97
151
99
94
94
90
148
95
134
170

Average:
121.64
  • BPM values are plotted from 1 to 184 BPM.
  • In cases where a song features a change in tempo, the tempo at which the majority of the song
    plays takes precedence.
  • Unless noted otherwise, BPMs are estimated values determined by Spotify's Audio Analysis
    algorithm and as such are not guaranteed to be 100% accurate.