Plus see photos from the show
Scott Colothan
10:57 18th February 2010

Depeche Mode were joined onstage by former member Alan Wilder at the Royal Albert Hall in London last night (February 17).

The keyboardist, who left Depeche Mode after 13 years in 1995, played piano on encore-opener 'Somebody' to a rapturous response from the sell-out crowd.

Fans are now speculating whether Wilder's appearance at the one-off Teenage Cancer Trust show could herald a return to the band.

Introduced on stage by Teenage Cancer Trust curator Roger Daltrey, Depeche Mode performed a sprawling 20-song set strewn with classics.

You can see photos from the show at the bottom of the page. The set-list was as follows:

1. In Chains
2. Wrong
3. Hole to Feed
4. Walking in My Shoes
5. It's No Good
6. A Question of Time
7. Precious
8. World In My Eyes
9. One Caress
10. Home
11. Come Back
12. Policy of Truth
13. In Your Room
14. I Feel You
15. Enjoy the Silence
16. Never Let Me Down Again

Encore:
17. Somebody (with Alan Wilder on piano)
18. Stripped
19. Photographic
20. Personal Jesus

The show in photos:

  • The Who's Roger Daltrey

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall

  • Depeche Mode @ Royal Albert Hall


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