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See You Tour

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Associated album  A Broken Frame
Start date  1982
Leg  2
Legs  2
End date  May 16, 1982
No. of shows  36 30 in Europe 6 in North America

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See You Tour was a 1982 concert tour by English electronic group Depeche Mode in support of the act's fourth UK single, See You, which was released on 29 January 1982. The song was later included in the band's 2nd studio album, "A Broken Frame", which was released on 27 September 1982.

Contents

The tour began on 10 February 1982 in Paris Theatre, London. The jaunt eventually reached 11 countries and ended in The Roxy, West Hollywood, USA.

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Setlist

  1. "Shout!" (New Life b-side, 1981)
  2. "I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  3. "Boys Say Go!" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  4. "Puppets" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  5. "See You" (A Broken Frame, 1982)
  6. "Big Muff" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  7. "Now, This is Fun" (See You b-side, 1982)
  8. "Ice Machine" (Speak & Spell b-side, 1981)
  9. "New Life" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  10. "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  11. "The Meaning of Love" (A Broken Frame, 1982)
  12. "Just Can't Get Enough" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  13. "What's Your Name?" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  14. "Photographic" (Speak & Spell, 1981)
  15. "Dreaming of Me" (non-album single, 1981)
  16. "I Like It" (Gerry & The Pacemakers cover, 1963)
  17. "Television Set" (non-album song; not played on all dates)
  • All songs written by Vince Clarke, except "See You", "Now, This is Fun", "Tora! Tora! Tora!", "Big Muff" and "The Meaning of Love" who were written by Martin Gore, and "I Like It" which written by Mitch Murray.
  • Depeche Mode

  • Dave Gahan – lead vocals
  • Martin Gore – synthesizers, backing vocals
  • Andy Fletcher – synthesizers
  • Backup musicians

  • Alan Wilder – synthesizers, backing vocals
  • References

    See You Tour Wikipedia


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