This fall we've gotten into a habit of giving away some really fun stuff (the first seasons of Modern Family and Glee, Cher: The Film Collection, tickets to A Little Night Music on Broadway) and now that the holidays are upon us, we're not about to stop.
This week we have five autographed copies of Depeche Mode's new Live DVD, Tour Of The Universe -- Live in Barcelona, in stores today. The DVD package includes 21 tracks recorded over two sold out nights at the Palau St Jordi in Barcelona, Spain on November 20th and 21st 2009. These concerts were part of Depeche Mode's acclaimed Tour Of The Universe, which saw Dave Gahan, Martin Gore and Andrew 'Fletch' Fletcher playing 102 shows across 40 countries to over 2.7 million people. In addition to the DVD package, the deluxe and blu-ray editions will be released the same day. Both the deluxe edition and the blu-ray will be available exclusively at Amazon.com.
The Tour of the Universe – Live In Barcelona collection comes with a host of exclusive content, including four bonus tracks recorded across the band’s two nights in Barcelona, a tour documentary entitled Inside The Universe, two live tracks filmed at tour rehearsals in New York, as well as Anton Corbijn's specially created 'screen films' for seven tracks plus further bonus montages created from the on-stage screens. The package also includes the four music videos released by the group off of their acclaimed Sounds Of The Universe album, including the Grammy nominated video “Wrong,” directed by Patrick Daughters. For a sneak peek of the DVD fans can log on to www.depechemode.com.
To win one of the five autographed copies of Tour Of The Universe -- Live in Barcelona, reply to this post with comment telling us your favorite Depeche Mode song by Sunday, November 14 at 11:59pm. We'll choose five winners at random to receive the DVD.
If you can't wait to win and want to buy the DVD (or the deluxe edition and blu-ray edition), head over to Amazon.com now.
And to keep up to date on all things Depeche Mode, visit their official website.
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