Construction Time Again
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|Construction Time Again
℗ © 1983 Sire Records
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Construction Time Again is Depeche Mode's third studio album and was released in 1983. It was engineered by Gareth Jones and recorded at John Foxx's Garden studios in London. The album featured the band's first use of a Synclavier; the band members used this instrument to incorporate "found" sound samples from their neighborhood, manipulating them with the Synclavier. The sounds used on the album consisted mainly of hammering anvils, clanging pipes, running water, and other similar sounds.
Construction Time Again was well-received, with NME saying that "Everything Counts" is Depeche Mode's best ever single, as well as being one of their biggest hits. Other singles from the album were "Love, in Itself" and "Told You So (only in Spain)".