The Videos 86–98

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The Videos 86-98
Video by Depeche Mode
Released 1998/2002
Recorded 1986-1998
Length 126 mins
Label Mute Records, Reprise Records
Director Various
Producer Clive Richardson
Depeche Mode chronology
Devotional
(1993)
The Videos 86-98
(1998)
One Night in Paris
(2002)

The Videos 86>98 is a music video compilation by Depeche Mode, featuring almost two dozen music videos directed by a variety of directors, released in 1998. It coincides with The Singles 86>98.[1]

The original movie was released on VHS and DVD. There was however a special edition, DVD only, called Videos 86>98 + (without "The", and with "+") released in 2002. The DVD was two discs, the first disc being identical to the only disc in the original DVD, while the second DVD contains bonus material not found in the original release.

Videos[edit]

VHS: Mute Films / MF033 (UK)[edit]

  1. Intro [short documentary on the making of some of the videos] (Sven Harding)
  2. Stripped - (Black Celebration, February 1986)
  3. A Question of Lust - (Black Celebration, April 1986)
  4. A Question of Time - (Black Celebration, August 1986)
  5. Strangelove [unedited] - (Music for the Masses, April 1987)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  6. Never Let Me Down Again [short version] (Music for the Masses, August 1987)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  7. Behind the Wheel [short version] - (Music for the Masses, December 1987)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  8. Little 15 - (Music for the Masses, May 1988)
  9. Everything Counts (Live) - (101, February 1989)
  10. Personal Jesus [unedited] - (Violator, August 1989)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  11. Enjoy the Silence - (Violator, February 1990)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  12. Policy of Truth - (Violator, May 1990)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  13. World in My Eyes [MTV version] - (Violator, September 1990)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  14. I Feel You - (Songs of Faith and Devotion, February 1993)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  15. Walking in My Shoes [unedited] - (Songs of Faith and Devotion, April 1993)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  16. Condemnation (live version from Devotional) - (Songs of Faith and Devotion, September 1993)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  17. In Your Room - (Songs of Faith and Devotion, January 1994)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  18. Barrel of a Gun [original] - (Ultra, February 1997)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  19. It's No Good - (Ultra, March 1997)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  20. Home - (Ultra, June 1997)
  21. Useless - (Ultra, October 1997)
    • (Directed by Anton Corbijn)
  22. Only When I Lose Myself (The Singles 86-98, September 1998)
  23. Depeche Mode - A Short Film [long documentary of the band's history] (Sven Harding)

DVD: Mute / DVDMuteL5 (UK - 2000)[edit]

  • Same as VHS release

DVD: Mute / DMDVD2 (UK - 2005)[edit]

Cover for Videos 86>98 +

Disc One[edit]

  • Same as above

Disc Two[edit]

The Videos

  1. But Not Tonight [original] (Tamra Davis)
  2. Strangelove [1988 version] (Martyn Atkins)
  3. Condemnation [original] (Anton Corbijn)
  4. One Caress (Kevin Kerslake)

3 Short Films

  1. Violator - Electronic Press Kit (11 November 1990)
  2. Songs of Faith and Devotion - Electronic Press Kit (27 January 1993)
  3. Ultra - Electronic Press Kit (26 February 1997)

Easter egg

  • Track 10 of this disc features the "Rush" easter egg. This is a short (one minute) montage of the various graphics the design firm Intro created for "The Singles" releases, set to a re-edited version of the song with the same name.

Cast[edit]

Depeche Mode

Other

References[edit]

External links[edit]