Construction Time Again - Depeche Mode

Construction Time Again

Depeche Mode

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1983-09-14
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10
  • ℗ 1983 Sire Records Company

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Construction Time Again ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Love, In Itself Depeche Mode 4:29 USD 1.29
More Than a Party Depeche Mode 4:45 USD 1.29
Pipeline Depeche Mode 5:54 USD 1.29
Everything Counts Depeche Mode 3:59 USD 1.29
Two Minute Warning Depeche Mode 4:13 USD 1.29
Shame Depeche Mode 3:51 USD 1.29
The Landscape Is Changing Depeche Mode 4:49 USD 1.29
Told You So Depeche Mode 4:27 USD 1.29
And Then... Depeche Mode 5:42 USD 1.29
Everything Counts (Extended Ve Depeche Mode 7:20 USD 1.29


  • Timeless

    By Uncazag
    Just as relevant and engaging in 2020 as it was in 1983.
  • ❤️

    By Trust and Us
  • Amazing

    By Smallville0608
    One of my absolute favorite albums, well worth getting the full album.
  • Often Overlooked

    By Splinter-Head
    This is not my favorite Depeche Mode album, but I find that it is often overlooked. This album marked the beginning of the group's experimentations in creating synthpop music that was tinged with industrial music. It was also the beginning of Alan Wilder's tenure with the group. Some of the songs here are pretty good; Everything Counts, And Then, Two Minute Warning, and Love, in Itself are all fun songs. I personally think of this as an album of transition; not everything here is great, but they were trying out different things. There are definitely a few pieces of forgotten treasure here.
  • They found their sound!

    By Mr. Drinks
    This album marks the first for many things Depeche Mode. It was the first album where they really found their sound. And while that can be attributed to the growth of the members and producer Daniel Miller, it is largely in part to the addition of Alan Wilder. After being “uninvited” to the recording sessions for their previous album, Wilder makes his mark on “Construction Time Again”. Sonicially, this album is a huge leap forward. Martin Gore still hadn’t come into his own as a songwriter yet…well, not until the last track of the album, ”Everything Counts”. This is the first TRUE Depeche Mode song. It has everything the band would go onto be known for: infectious hooks coupled with sonic innovations. That sound and tone would be carried forward to the great Depeche Mode album, “Some Great Reward”.
  • D.M EVER !!!!!!!!!!!

    By Herbert Dell Monica
    the power to stay ahead of these guys is absurd, this play has spent on my turntable !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Big strides on this release

    By Modeflood1971
    DM made significant progress in their evolution with "Construction Time Again". Whereas their first two albums had one or two interesting tracks, this one actually has four, my favorite of which is "Everything Counts" (also a live favorite for their fans). Gahan and Gore's vocals were also better enmeshed on this album, a foreshadowing of what to expect from them for the next three decades. By no means a masterpiece, but impressive work.
  • One of the best

    By dms1
    Great DM my opinion, it is right there with "People are People" and Violator. Very good stuff- highly recommend Shame, And Then and Everything Counts for the casual listener.
  • Relevent today!

    By ready2wear
    I was never a huge DM fan, I knew a few songs, but I got this album and love it! It is so relevent today (maybe more so than when it was originally released). The overarching theme of socialism is omnipresent throughout, and the harsh truths of capitalism exposed. RIGHT ON GUYS!
  • It's No Wonder

    By IceColdRocker
    All the songs on this CD are high in popularity ratings and it comes as no surprise to Me. I enjoy song numbers 2, 5, 6,8 & 10. Very very good and considering this was before electronic music was not so electronic. Wow! These guys always blow my mind and have been doing it for years and years too!