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Suffer Well Pt.1 Import, Single, Maxi

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1. Suffer Well
2. Better Days

Product Description

Taken from the album Playing The Angel, the title track is backed with a non-album track, 'Better Days'. Mute. 2006.

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Suffer Well, Listen Well. July 31 2006
By The Groove - Published on
Format: Audio CD
"Suffer Well" is the third single from Depeche Mode's "Playing the Angel" and the first written by singer Dave Gahan. It's a dark, beat-driven, electronic number that's already a Top 20 UK hit and doesn't stray from what we usually expect from a Depeche Mode song. However, what makes this single worth your attention is the excellent b-side "Better Days." This tune is even more upbeat than "Suffer Well," and, frankly, it should have been included on the "Angel" album. This two-track single is a bit pricey, but fans willing to fork out the extra cash should check it out.
6 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Suffer Well Pt 1 ~ Depeche Mode March 12 2006
By Bjorn Viberg - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Suffer Well Pt 1~ Depeche Mode is a brilliant single from the boys from Basildon. The lyrics are some of the best they have written and Gahans vocals are nothing short of sublime. I love the synth sounds and the video for the song is a masterwork. This single is as good as previous masterworks such as behind the wheel, enjoy the silence and their latest opus precious. I hope that I will not have to wait another 5 years for another Depeche Mode single...