This page details concerts which are known to have been officially recorded, but for whatever reason, have not been released to-date in any capacity.
This is not an exhaustive list. Some general information was gleaned from the "Home" forum post "It's a Question of World Violation Footage" (registration required to view).
- The two-night stint at 1986-07-14 Irvine Meadows, Irvine, CA, USA and 1986-07-15 Irvine Meadows, Irvine, CA, USA was recorded for a planned live album release, according to an interview with the band on NRJ Radio in France, October 1986. Alan Wilder said "the time wasn't right and they wanted to get back into the studio to record a new album".
- 1988-01-11 Wembley Arena, London, England, UK was recorded with intent to broadcast on Capital Radio FM. With the upcoming release of the "101" film, the idea was shelved. The recording now lives in The British Library's archives.
- The three-night stint in Paris 1990 was reportedly recorded for a live album release. Several fans reported seeing mobile recording units outside the venue. All three concerts have good to very good sounding audience recordings, available to listen to below:
- Martin Gore's final concert on his short 2003 "A Night With Martin L. Gore" tour, 2003-05-07 Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, USA, has a soundboard recording. It is unknown whether a release was planned. You can hear Sweetest Perfection from this soundboard recording on the concert's wiki page.
- 2006-05-10 Starlight Amphitheater, Kansas City, MO, USA can be assumed to have been recorded in its entirety for the "Live Here Now" series, but the concert was cut short since Dave Gahan left the stage after the first half of the concert.