"I Feel You" is Depeche Mode's twenty-seventh UK single, released on February 15, 1993, and the first single for the then upcoming album Songs of Faith and Devotion. The song peaked at #8 on the UK singles chart and also made #1 and #3 on the US Modern Rock Tracks chart and the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart respectively. It is the band's highest charting single worldwide.
"I Feel You" brings Depeche Mode's rockier side to the table, using more non-electronic instruments than ever before. For example, Alan Wilder plays drums, and Martin Gore plays the guitar, but there's still plenty of electronics, like the synth screeching intro. Unlike most other pop and rock songs "I Feel You" superimposes a 6/8 beat (played by the guitar riff) into the 4/4 time, creating hemiola. The 7" version of "I Feel You" is the same as the album version. The "Throb Mix" is a 12" version, but with incomplete lyrics. A part of the mixes from the Limited Edition is used as an interlude on the Songs of Faith and Devotion album between "Get Right With Me" and "Rush", and that same part is also used for the intro in the Live versions as you can hear for example on the Songs of Faith and Devotion Live album.
On the cover of "I Feel You", there are four symbols, each representing a member. To tell which member it is, there's a number on the right-corner of each symbol, which is that band member's birthdate OR you can match the symbols up with the symbols on the Songs of Faith and Devotion cover, which overlap a picture of that band member. Using the latter, the top left corner is Alan Wilder, the top right corner is David Gahan, the bottom left corner is Martin Gore, and the bottom right corner is Andrew Fletcher.
The B-side is "One Caress", which is a Martin vocal track from Songs of Faith and Devotion. In the USA, Sire / Reprise released "One Caress" as a promo-only single. One promo copy has the original version. The other has the version from Songs of Faith and Devotion Live. There is no remix for the song.
The music video for "I Feel You" is directed by Anton Corbijn. The girl in the video is English actress Lysette Anthony. There is also a music video for "One Caress", it was directed by Kevin Kerslake and was filmed during one of the off-days of the Devotional Tour in the US. It was a promo-only video that was later released onThe Videos 86>98. Prior to its inclusion on The Videos 86>98, the music video for "One Caress" was frequently broadcast on MTV's Alternative Rock video block 120 Minutes.
The song is also used in a scene in Fatih Akin's Turkish-German film Gegen die Wand. (Wiki)
I Feel You (CDS)
01 - I Feel You (Single Mix)
02 - One Caress (Album Version)
03 - I Feel You (Throb Mix)
04 - I Feel You (Babylon Mix)
Total Mp3 Play Time - 00h:22m:53s
Total File Size - 60mb (Including Mp3s, Art Covers & WorDoc)
Total Bit Size - 320kbps
Music File Type - Nero Powerpack Lame Mp3 Format
Music video Format - N / A
Scanned Artwork - Yes
Original CD Rip - Yes - Inert01
Original Uploader - Yes - Inert01
Upload Speed - 33-35KB/s
Music Genre - Alternative Rock
Originally Released - 15 February 1993
Record Company - Mute Records
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