Their final date in the capital on 'Tour of the Universe'...
Carsten Windhorst

11:09 22nd February 2010

Depeche Mode played the final London date of their 'Tour Of The Universe' at the weekend and closed things in spectacular style.

The show followed the band's triumphant Teenage Cancer Trust performance at the Royal Albert Hall last week which saw them reunite with their former keyboard player, Alan Wilder, for the first time in 15 years.

Saturday's sold-out show at the O2 was originally scheduled to take place on May 30th last year but had to be postponed when singer Dave Gahan fell ill and had to have a tumour removed from his bladder.

The band played two sold-out shows at the O2 in December last year, but ticket holders for the postponed May date had to wait until Saturday to see the band perform. Fortunately it was worth the wait.

Saturday's concert featured material from the band's latest album 'Sound of the Universe' as well as a selection of fan favourites and some of their greatest hits.

The full set-list was as follows:

In Chains
Wrong
Hole To Feed
Walking In My Shoes
It's No Good
A Question Of Time
Precious
World In My Eyes
Freelove (sung by Martin)
Home
Miles Away / The Truth Is
Policy Of Truth
In Your Room
I Feel You
Enjoy The Silence
Never Let Me Down Again

A Question Of Lust
Stripped
Behind The Wheel
Personal Jesus

 The show in photos:

  • Dave Gahan

  • Martin Gore

  • Dave Gahan

  • Andrew Fletcher

  • Dave Gahan

  • Dave Gahan

  • Martin Gore

  • Dave Gahan

  • Andrew Fletcher

  • Dave Gahan

  • Dave Gahan

  • Martin Gore

  • Dave Gahan

  • Dave Gahan

  • Andrew Fletcher

  • Dave Gahan

  • Dave Gahan

  • Dave Gahan

  • Martin Gore

  • Dave Gahan

  • Andrew Fletcher

  • Dave Gahan

  • Martin Gore

  • Dave Gahan

  • Dave Gahan

  • Andrew Fletcher


Photo: Carsten Windhorst