Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Producer Bjork and Depeche Mode Mark Bell died at the age of 43 – Fontanka

 Became aware of the death of Mark Bell – musician, one of the founders of the British electronic duo LFO, producer and singer Bjork group Depeche Mode. He was only 43 years.

 As follows from the statements of the representatives of the label Mark Bell Warp Records, musician, died last week due to complications that arose after the operation. Details of the illness were not disclosed.

 In 1997, Mark Bell became the producer of Bjork, and then came the album Homogenic, which has become one of the best in the career of the famous singer. In 2001, members of the British rock band Depeche Mode invited Mark to produce their new album. Appeared in cooperation producer and musical group Exciter album received positive reviews listeners and critics.

 We also know that Mark Bell worked on the soundtrack for Lars von Trier’s “Dancer in the Dark.” Since 1988, Bell has performed in a duo LFO, other Gezom Varley playing the keyboard. Within a few years, they have released five singles and three albums. The first single of the same name LFO immediately got on the top of the music charts in the UK.

 It should be noted that cooperation with Bjork producer continued until 2011, when she released her album Biophilia.




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