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Midnight Movie: Depeche Mode's Special 'Somebody'

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Last week, Depeche Mode played a special charity event at the Royal Albert Hall in London for Teenage Cancer Trust. Their webmaster, and LAist reader Daniel "BRATMix" Barassi, was there to record a very unique soundcheck. Former group member, Alan Wilder, accompanied Martin L. Gore on "Somebody," for his first performance with his old band since 1994.

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