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Depeche Mode Reveal Release Date, Track List for New Album 'Delta Machine'

Depeche Mode have via their official webiste revealed details of their new album.

Depeche Mode have via their official webiste revealed details of their new album. Entitled Delta Machine, the record will be released on March 26 on Columbia, with which the band recently signed a worldwide deal. In its standard version, Delta Machine will feature 13 tracks. Of course, a "Deluxe" version with extra tracks and a hardcover book will be an option as well.

The album was produced by Ben Hillier, who also worked on Depeche's previous two albums. Notably, Flood mixed the album. It is the first time Flood has worked directly with the band since the troubled sessions for 1993's Songs of Faith and Devotion. Ex-Depeche Mode member Vince Clarke is also rumored to be working on some remixes.

The video for first single "Heaven" is set to premiere on Vimeo on Friday, February 1. The track list for Delta Machine appears below.

Depeche Mode - Delta Machine

STANDARD:

1 - Welcome To My World

2 - Angel

3 - Heaven

4 - Secret To The End

5 - My Little Universe

6 - Slow

7 - Broken

8 - The Child Inside

9 - Soft Touch / Raw Nerve

10 - Should Be Higher

11 - Alone

12 - Soothe My Soul

13 - Goodbye

DELUXE EDITION: (includes hardcover 28-page booklet)

DISC 1

1 - Welcome To My World

2 - Angel

3 - Heaven

4 - Secret To The End

5 - My Little Universe

6 - Slow

7 - Broken

8 - The Child Inside

9 - Soft Touch / Raw Nerve

10 - Should Be Higher

11 - Alone

12 - Soothe My Soul

13 - Goodbye

DISC 2

1 - Long Time Lie

2 - Happens All The Time

3 - Always

4 - All That’s Mine

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