More Depeche Mode Reissues On The Way

Rhino's Depeche Mode reissue series will continue Oct. 3 with 1982's "A Broken Flame," the 1984 breakthrough "Some Great Reward" and 1993's "Songs of Faith and Devotion," the band's lone Billboard 200

Rhino's Depeche Mode reissue series will continue Oct. 3 with 1982's "A Broken Flame," the 1984 breakthrough "Some Great Reward" and 1993's "Songs of Faith and Devotion," the band's lone Billboard 200 chart-topper. Each album includes a remastered CD edition plus a DVD with high-resolution audio mixes, bonus tracks and period-specific documentaries.

"A Broken Frame" is expanded with the B-sides "Now This Is Fun," "Oberkorn (It's a Small Town)" (originally only released in Germany) and "Excerpt From My Secret Garden," plus six tracks from an Oct. 1982 performance at London's Hammersmith Odeon.

For "Some Great Reward," remixes of "(Set Me Free) Remotivate Me" and "Somebody" plus the B-side "In Your Memory" are packaged with five songs from 1984 concerts in Basel, Switzerland, and Liverpool, England. Recent interviews are featured on the 27-minute documentary "Depeche Mode 1984: You Can Get Away With Anything if You Give It a Good Tune."

The DVD for "Songs of Faith and Devotion" a wealth of remixes for tracks like "In Your Room," "Condemnation" and "I Feel You," plus a documentary spotlighting Depeche Mode between 1991-1994.

As previously reported, Sire will on Sept. 26 release the live CD/DVD "Playing the Angel," which chronicles performances in Milan earlier this year.