Depeche Mode ‎– Violator

Mute ‎– CD Stumm 64
CD, Album

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1 World In My Eyes 4:26
2 Sweetest Perfection 4:43
3 Personal Jesus 4:56
4 Halo 4:30
5 Waiting For The Night 6:07
6 Enjoy The Silence
Mixed By – Daniel Miller, Flood
7 Policy Of Truth 4:55
8 Blue Dress 5:42
9 Clean 5:28

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Variations of this UK CD
1) First Nimbus release without SID Codes (This one)
2) Mastered By Nimbus with Mould SID Code
3) Mastered By Nimbus with Mastering and Mould SID Codes
4) Nimbus [logo] with Mastering and Mould SID Codes

Recorded & mixed at:
Logic Studios, Milan,
PUK Studios, Denmark,
The Church, London,
Master Rock Studios, London,
Axis, New York.

℗ & © 1990 Mute Records Limited.
Made in Great Britain.
Rear tray insert:
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5016025610648
  • Barcode (Text): 5 016025 610648
  • Matrix / Runout: CDSTUMM 64 : MASTERED BY NIMBUS

Other Versions (5 of 403) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Stumm 64 Depeche Mode Violator(LP, Album) Mute Stumm 64 UK 1990 Sell This Version
4-26081 Depeche Mode Violator(Cass, Promo, Pre) Reprise Records 4-26081 US 1990 Sell This Version
CDXSTUMM64, 0094635843125 Depeche Mode Violator(CD, Album, RE, RM) Mute, Mute CDXSTUMM64, 0094635843125 Europe 2006 Sell This Version
C STUMM 64, PMC 5106 Depeche Mode Violator(Cass, Album, RE) Mute, Mute, BMG C STUMM 64, PMC 5106 Indonesia 1990 Sell This Version
C Stumm 64 Depeche Mode Violator(Cass, Album, RE) Mute C Stumm 64 UK Unknown Sell This Version


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April 7, 2020
Need help identifying..
My serial # is 100% "1-26081." There is only one release above that matches it, but any barcode on the sleeve does not match the pictures nor does the runout. Runout contains 1-26081-A-SR1 DMM and the barcode does not say made in Indiana but has a number. Any ideas?


March 19, 2011

21 Year's old today, March 19 2011. Though time has been unkind to many records released in the 1990's this is one album that has stood the test of time. Thanks in large part, no doubt, to the production skills of Flood in tandem with Alan Wilders skills as a musician and Martin L. Gore's talent as a song writer.

The trio's talents came together, in what now seems to be some sort of miraculous feat, and honed an album that has more than stood the test of time, but also serves as an example and often as a template to all producers and artists, in the bedroom or in a multi million dollar studio, of how to make an electronic album that doesn't sound electronic, a rock record that doesn't sound like rock, an ambient album that isn't ambient and first and foremost an album that doesn't tell you where its come from or where its going to.

These are all the feats that came together over a 12 month period somewhere in Denmark, Italy and London and made by four men that forever has left a mark on the international musical landscape. At 12 million + sales, Depeche Mode's Violator can't be wrong.


March 1, 2004

One of the best and most influencial synthpop records of all time. This marked the apex of DM's career, and the music reflects their self-enduced renaissance. The music is dark and volatile, while still poppy and dancy. The lyrics are moody and pessimistic, which helps convey the themes of love, mistrust, and abandoned hope.