Strange Too

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Strange Too
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Released30 October 1990
GenreAlternative dance, alternative rock, synthpop, new wave, electronic rock
LabelMute Records, Sire Records, Reprise Records
DirectorAnton Corbijn
Depeche Mode chronology
Strange Too
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2/5 stars[1]

Strange Too - Another Violation by Anton Corbijn is the third music video compilation by Depeche Mode, featuring more videos directed by Anton Corbijn, released in 1990.[2]

Unlike the previous video, Strange, all the videos are fully in color. There are six videos, all songs from the album Violator, released in the same year. There is one for each of the four singles, plus two bonus videos, for "Halo" and "Clean", exclusive to "Strange Too".

As with its predecessor, Corbijn shot all six videos in Super-8; the tallest woman in the "Halo" video is a young Jenna Elfman. The Drive-In featured in the introduction to the compilation is the "Motor Vu Drive-In", located in Erda, Utah, west of Salt Lake City, near the town of Tooele, this part of the video being shot the day after the band's concert in Salt Lake City in July, 1990.


VHS: Mute Film - MF003 (UK) / LD (CLV): Sire - 38181-6 (US)[edit]

  1. "Personal Jesus"
  2. "Policy of Truth"
  3. "Enjoy the Silence"
  4. "Clean"
  5. "Halo"
  6. "World in My Eyes"


  1. ^ McDonald, Steven. "Depeche Mode: Strange Too". Allmusic. Retrieved 5 January 2018.
  2. ^ "Depeche mode dot com". Retrieved 2012-03-10.

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