117 minutes

  • VHS
  • 14-11-1989
  • 1 Song(s)
  • 1m 57s

General Info

Original Release Date: 14-11-1989

  • Promo



101 is a film from D.A. Pennebaker that documents Depeche Mode's 1988 tour in support of their album, Music For The Masses. The film tracks the band as they travel across country to the final tour date at the Rose Bowl, but also focuses on a small group of Depeche Mode fans who won a contest to travel cross-country on a bus along the band's tour stops. Band footage (concert tracks, backstage interviews, random) is interspersed with footage of the fans hanging out on the bus, meeting the band, and having various adventures at different stops along the way.
The following tracks is covered by the documentary film: Pimpf, Master And Servant, The Things You Said, Blasphemous Rumours, People Are People, Stripped, Black Celebration, Shake The Disease Nothing, A Question Of Time, Behind The Wheel, Strangelove Everything Counts, Just Can't Get Enough and Never Let Me Down Again.