Soulsavers* ‎– The Light The Dead See

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Tracklist

La Ribera 1:51
In The Morning 3:33
Longest Day 4:14
Presence Of God 3:45
Just Try 4:03
Gone Too Far 3:12
Point Sur Pt. 1 1:41
Take Me Back Home 4:06
Bitterman 4:51
I Can't Stay 5:02
Take 3:45
Tonight 3:58

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VVR797362 Soulsavers* The Light The Dead See(CD, Album) V2, Cooperative Music VVR797362 UK 2012 Sell This Version
none Soulsavers* The Light The Dead See(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) V2 none 2012
4605026710924 Soulsavers* The Light The Dead See(CD, Album) V2, Cooperative Music, Universal Music Russia 4605026710924 Russia 2012 Sell This Version
9534-2 Soulsavers* The Light The Dead See(CD, Album) Mute 9534-2 US 2012 Sell This Version
VVR797363 Soulsavers* The Light The Dead See(LP, Album + CD, Album) V2, Cooperative Music VVR797363 UK 2012 Sell This Version
VVR797362X Soulsavers* The Light The Dead See(CD, Album, RE + DVD-V, NTSC + Dlx) V2, Cooperative Music VVR797362X UK 2013 Sell This Version

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egi1

egi1

May 9, 2014
referencing The Light The Dead See, LP, Album + CD, Album, VVR797363

Hmmm, some of the pre-orders from recordstore.co.uk "included an 'exclusive album artwork print'" AND are partly signed by Dave Gahan, aren't they?
somestranger

somestranger

December 31, 2013
referencing The Light The Dead See, CD, Album, 9534-2
If you’ve ever wondered what Gospel music would sound like if it was sung by Depeche Mode, then here’s your answer.

Strangely, it works incredibly well.

There are no synths here, just mellow Gospel music played in a kind of modern alternative rock style. Dave’s vocals fit perfectly, perhaps because of his experiences getting over his drug problems of the 90’s. Clearly Gospel music fits well with his redemption which makes this album feel very authentic.

Now, if only Depeche Mode would leave the Gospel to Soulsavers and get back to synth pop…