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Name:Depeche Mode A Broken Frame (Remaster 2006) [EAC FLAC] [RePoPo]

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   1982 - The Beginning Of Their So-called Dark Phase.rar

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   1982 - The Beginning Of Their So-called Dark Phase.IFO

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   1982 - The Beginning Of Their So-called Dark Phase.ENGLISH.srt

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 10.- Depeche Mode - The Sun And The Rainfall.flac

30.73 MB

 05.- Depeche Mode - See You.flac

27.16 MB

 02.- Depeche Mode - My Secret Garden.flac

26.90 MB

 04.- Depeche Mode - Nothing To Fear.flac

26.32 MB

 01.- Depeche Mode - Leave In Silence.flac

25.54 MB

 06.- Depeche Mode - Satellite.flac

25.19 MB

 07.- Depeche Mode - The Meaning Of Love.flac

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 08.- Depeche Mode - A Photograph Of You.flac

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 09.- Depeche Mode - Shouldn't Have Done That.flac

16.23 MB

 03.- Depeche Mode - Monument.flac

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 Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame (Remaster 2006) [EAC-FLAC] [RePoPo].txt

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 Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame (2006 remastered).log

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 A Broken Frame (2006 remastered).accurip

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 Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame (2006 remastered).m3u

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Torrent description

Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame

This torrent contains both the Audio CD in its remastered stereo form, as
released in 2006, plus a short video. Some kind of a "making of" of the album.
The video is presented in XviD with .mp3 sound. There are spanish and english
subtitles already ripped and a subpack which also includes subs in Deutsch,
Français and Italiano. You should rip it yourself (I currently use SubRip on

Note: There's no 5.1 audio here. I repeat: there's no 5.1 audio here. Only the
2.0 stereo album remastered. And sounds great!

CD: Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame (2006 remastered)

01. Leave In Silence [0:04:52.01]
02. My Secret Garden [0:04:46.30]
03. Monument [0:03:15.32]
04. Nothing To Fear [0:04:18.22]
05. See You [0:04:35.43]
06. Satellite [0:04:42.74]
07. The Meaning Of Love [0:03:06.45]
08. A Photograph Of You [0:03:04.25]
09. Shouldn't Have Done That [0:03:12.08]
10. The Sun And The Rainfall [0:05:05.37]


1982 - The Beginning Of Their So-called Dark Phase [0:27:09]


Martin Gore has famously noted that Depeche Mode stopped worrying about its
future when the first post-Vince Clarke-departure single, "See You," placed even
higher on the English charts than anything else Clarke had done with them. Such
confidence carries through all of A Broken Frame, a notably more ambitious
effort than the pure pop/disco of the band's debut. With arranging genius Alan
Wilder still one album away from fully joining the band, Frame became very much
Gore's record, writing all the songs and exploring various styles never again
touched upon in later years. "Satellite" and "Monument" take distinct dub/reggae
turns, while "Shouldn't Have Done That" delivers its slightly precious message
about the dangers of adulthood with a spare arrangement and hollow, weirdly
sweet vocals. Much of the album follows in a dark vein, forsaking earlier
sprightliness, aside from tracks like "A Photograph of You" and "The Meaning of
Love," for more melancholy reflections about love gone wrong as "Leave in
Silence" and "My Secret Garden." More complex arrangements and juxtaposed
sounds, such as the sparkle of breaking glass in "Leave in Silence," help give
this underrated album even more of an intriguing, unexpected edge. Gore's lyrics
sometimes veer on the facile, but David Gahan's singing comes more clearly to
the fore throughout — things aren't all there yet, but they were definitely
starting to get close.


A Broken Frame is the second studio album by the British synthpop band Depeche
Mode, released in 1982. The album was written entirely by Martin Gore and
recorded after the departure of Vince Clarke, who had left the band to form
Yazoo with singer Alison Moyet. Alan Wilder was part of a second tour in the
United Kingdom occurring prior to the release of this album, but he had not
officially joined the band, and thus, does not appear on the album.

In the documentary that appears on the DVD that came with the 2006 reissue, Gore
describes the record as "our worst album". None of the singles had long-term
success compared to most of Depeche Mode's other albums' singles. A Broken Frame
was the only album not represented on 101 and Remixes 81 - 04. Prior to 2006,
the last song from the album to be performed live was "Leave In Silence" in
1986. "Leave in Silence" finally made its return (as an acoustic rendition) in a
2006 concert in Paris.

The song "Monument" was covered by GusGus for the Depeche Mode tribute album For
the Masses.

A special limited edition live album based on A Broken Frame recorded at the
Hammersmith Odeon on the 25th October 1982 was also released early in 1983 which
also included a special 12" version of Get The Balance Right on the B-Side.

2006 re-release

In 2006, A Broken Frame was re-released with a bonus DVD. The CD was remastered
and (except in the USA) was released on a CD/SACD hybrid. The bonus DVD includes
the three B-sides "Now This is Fun", "Oberkorn (It's a Small Town)", and
"Excerpts from: My Secret Garden" in addition to several live versions of some
of the songs from A Broken Frame.

The re-release preserves the album as it was originally intended. The bonus
track "Further Excerpts from: My Secret Garden" was removed (but unlike earlier
re-releases wasn't put on the DVD as an extra) and the version of "Leave In
Silence" is the album version, not the "Longer" version, making its debut in the
USA. (Like "Further Excerpts", the "Longer" version doesn't appear on the DVD)

There are some omissions with the re-release, including a chord at the beginning
of the stereo mixes of "Satellite" has disappeared and there are live versions
of "Shouldn't Have Done That" and "The Sun & The Rainfall" listed on the DVD
artwork that are not present on the disc itself.

Also included was a 27-minute documentary on A Broken Frame called Depeche Mode
1982 (The Beginning Of Their So-called Dark Phase) featuring interviews with
Depeche Mode (including Vince Clarke and Alan Wilder) and other personnel such
as Daniel Miller and cover-photographer Brian Griffin. There is also footage of
television appearances and live performances.


Nothing to Fear by Stewart Mason

Depeche Mode's early instrumentals were consistently their weakest tracks,
sounding more like tunes they had simply forgotten to write vocal melodies and
lyrics for, but the sole instrumental on Depeche Mode's second album, "Nothing
to Fear," is both one of the record's strongest tunes and an encouraging step
forward in the band's musical development. The song opens with a bouncy,
circular midrange riff, then slowly adds a high-register counterpoint and a
burbling, danceable bassline. On Depeche Mode's earlier instrumentals, that
would most likely be that, but Martin Gore also wrote a proper top melody for
"Nothing to Fear," one that turns an otherwise passable rhythm exercise into a
fully formed, shapely pop song.


Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4 from 23. January 2008

EAC extraction logfile from 30. July 2009, 23:14

Depeche Mode / A Broken Frame (2006 remastered)

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Used interface : Installed external ASPI interface
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[Verification date: 30/07/2009 23:16:20]
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