Album artwork for Delta Machine – The 12" Singles by Depeche Mode
Album artwork for Delta Machine – The 12" Singles by Depeche Mode

Delta Machine | The 12" Singles, a collector's edition deluxe box set, contains six 12" vinyl discs spotlighting the singles featured on Delta Machine, Depeche Mode's 13th studio album (and first for Columbia Records). Originally released on Mute / Columbia in March 2013, Delta Machine presented fans with Heaven (released as the album's lead single in January 2013), Soothe My Soul (released May 2013) and Should Be Higher (released October 2013).

The Delta Machine | The 12" Singles box set includes replicas of the original 12" single releases plus three newly compiled discs featuring remixes, dub mixes, instrumental versions, live sessions and radio mixes of the singles as well as the bonus track "Goodbye (Gesaffelstein Remix)."

Depeche Mode recorded their Delta Machine album in 2012 at Sound Design in Santa Barbara, California and Jungle City in New York, working for the third time with producer Ben Hillier, who'd helmed the group's two previous studio albums: 2005's Playing The Angel and 2009's Sounds Of The Universe. Delta Machine was mixed by the legendary audio engineer Flood, who'd worked with DM on Violator (1990) and Songs of Faith and Devotion (1993). Like many of the band's previous releases, Delta Machine expanded Depeche Mode's vision and repertoire while continuing their tradition of issuing monumental 12" singles to supplement and complement their albums.

Depeche Mode

Delta Machine – The 12" Singles

Columbia
Album artwork for Delta Machine – The 12" Singles by Depeche Mode
12"x6

£159.99

Black
Released 06/10/2023Catalogue Number

19658765361

Depeche Mode

Delta Machine – The 12" Singles

Columbia
Album artwork for Delta Machine – The 12" Singles by Depeche Mode
12"x6

£159.99

Black
Released 06/10/2023Catalogue Number

19658765361

Delta Machine | The 12" Singles, a collector's edition deluxe box set, contains six 12" vinyl discs spotlighting the singles featured on Delta Machine, Depeche Mode's 13th studio album (and first for Columbia Records). Originally released on Mute / Columbia in March 2013, Delta Machine presented fans with Heaven (released as the album's lead single in January 2013), Soothe My Soul (released May 2013) and Should Be Higher (released October 2013).

The Delta Machine | The 12" Singles box set includes replicas of the original 12" single releases plus three newly compiled discs featuring remixes, dub mixes, instrumental versions, live sessions and radio mixes of the singles as well as the bonus track "Goodbye (Gesaffelstein Remix)."

Depeche Mode recorded their Delta Machine album in 2012 at Sound Design in Santa Barbara, California and Jungle City in New York, working for the third time with producer Ben Hillier, who'd helmed the group's two previous studio albums: 2005's Playing The Angel and 2009's Sounds Of The Universe. Delta Machine was mixed by the legendary audio engineer Flood, who'd worked with DM on Violator (1990) and Songs of Faith and Devotion (1993). Like many of the band's previous releases, Delta Machine expanded Depeche Mode's vision and repertoire while continuing their tradition of issuing monumental 12" singles to supplement and complement their albums.