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Name:Depeche Mode Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered) [EAC FLAC] [RePoPo]

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   1983 - Teenagers growing up, bad governments, and all that stuff.rar

3.57 MB

   1983 - Teenagers growing up, bad governments, and all that stuff.IFO

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  1983 - Teenagers growing up, bad governments, and all that stuff.avi

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  1983 - Teenagers growing up, bad governments, and all that stuff.ENGLISH.srt

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  1983 - Teenagers growing up, bad governments, and all that stuff.SPANISH.srt

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 02.- Depeche Mode - More Than A Party.flac

32.96 MB

 03.- Depeche Mode - Pipeline.flac

31.23 MB

 01.- Depeche Mode - Love, In Itself.flac

30.12 MB

 08.- Depeche Mode - Told You So.flac

29.95 MB

 04.- Depeche Mode - Everything Counts.flac

29.66 MB

 07.- Depeche Mode - The Landscape Is Changing.flac

29.25 MB

 09.- Depeche Mode - And Then.....flac

28.79 MB

 05.- Depeche Mode - Two Minute Warning.flac

25.97 MB

 06.- Depeche Mode - Shame.flac

20.72 MB

 10.- Depeche Mode - Everything Counts (Reprise).flac

4.52 MB

 Depeche Mode - Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered) [EAC-FLAC] [RePoPo].txt

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 Depeche Mode - Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered).log

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 Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered).accurip

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 Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered).cue

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 Depeche Mode - Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered).m3u

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 Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered).txt

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Torrent description

Depeche Mode - Construction Time Again

This torrent contains both the Audio CD in its remastered stereo form, as
released in 2007, plus a short video, which tells the story of DM during the era.

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 have to rip it yourself (I currently use SubRip on
Windows), in order to use them.

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 - Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered)

01. Love, In Itself [0:04:29.63]
02. More Than A Party [0:04:45.34]
03. Pipeline [0:05:54.70]
04. Everything Counts [0:04:20.66]
05. Two Minute Warning [0:04:13.38]
06. Shame [0:03:51.74]
07. The Landscape Is Changing [0:04:49.09]
08. Told You So [0:04:27.04]
09. And Then.... [0:04:39.23]
10. Everything Counts (Reprise) [0:00:59.63]


1983 - Teenagers growing up, bad governments, and all that stuff [0:38:56]


The full addition of Alan Wilder to Depeche Mode's lineup created a perfect
troika that would last another 11 years, as the combination of Martin Gore's
songwriting, Wilder's arranging, and David Gahan's singing and live star power
resulted in an ever more compelling series of albums and singles. Construction
Time Again, the new lineup's first full effort, is a bit hit and miss
nonetheless, but when it does hit, it does so perfectly. Right from the album's
first song, "Love in Itself," something is clearly up; Depeche never sounded
quite so thick with its sound before, with synths arranged into a mini-
orchestra/horn section and real piano and acoustic guitar spliced in at
strategic points. Two tracks later, "Pipeline" offers the first clear hint of an
increasing industrial influence (the bandmembers were early fans of Einstürzende
Neubauten), with clattering metal samples and oddly chain gang-like lyrics and
vocals. The album's clear highlight has to be "Everything Counts," a live staple
for years, combining a deceptively simple, ironic lyric about the music business
with a perfectly catchy but unusually arranged blending of more metallic
scraping samples and melodica amid even more forceful funk/hip-hop beats.
Elsewhere, on "Shame" and "Told You So," Gore's lyrics start taking on more of
the obsessive personal relationship studies that would soon dominate his
writing. Wilder's own songwriting contributions are fine musically, but
lyrically, "preachy" puts it mildly, especially the environment-friendly "The
Landscape Is Changing."


Construction Time Again is the third studio album by the British synthpop band
Depeche Mode, released in 1983. This was the first Depeche Mode album with Alan
Wilder, who composed the songs "Two Minute Warning" and "The Landscape Is
Changing" (as well as the B-side "Fools").

The album was recorded at John Foxx's Garden studios in London, engineered by
Gareth Jones (who had also engineered Foxx's seminal electronic album,
Metamatic). It was mixed in the famous Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin (where much of
David Bowie's trilogy of seminal electronic albums featuring Brian Eno had been

The album's cover artwork features the Matterhorn mountain.

The song Everything Counts was covered by Swedish melodic death metal band In
Flames on their album Whoracle.

In 2007, Construction Time Again was re-released with a bonus DVD. The first CD
was remastered and (except in the USA) was released on a CD/SACD hybrid. The
bonus DVD includes B-sides in addition to the single and B-side for "Get the
Balance Right", a one-off single recorded prior to the album. The album is
released as originally intended and does not include the bonus extended mix of
"Everything Counts", but does keep the reprise.

The DVD includes a documentary on the album. The double-documentary discusses
both "Get the Balance Right" and Construction Time Again, its two singles, the
making of the cover, the lyrics, and the sampling technology used during the
album's production. It also discusses Alan Wilder and Gareth Jones, a new member
and a new engineer (respectively) and their impact on the band's sound. It also
includes footage of the Construction Time Again tour from 1983, as well as
excerpts from the music video for "Get the Balance Right".


LOVE IN ITSELF by Stewart Mason

The opening track and first single from Depeche Mode's third album, 1983's
Construction Time Again, "Love in Itself" fully introduces the group's second
stage after the spotty and transitional A Broken Frame, which had been unevenly
pitched between frothy pop songs in the "Just Can't Get Enough" vein and Martin
Gore's more ponderous, mopey experiments. "Love in Itself" integrates those two
aspects quite neatly: although the overall tone of the song is solemn and
dignified in the manner of early Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark or some of
the other, artsier synth pop bands, "Love in Itself" also has a pair of
maddeningly catchy synth hooks counterpointing each other, as well as a sweetly
pretty and memorable chorus. New member Alan Wilder, introduced on the stand-
alone 1982 single "Get the Balance Right," fleshes out the reconstituted
quartet's sound perfectly, adding a depth that had been missing from A Broken
Frame as well as a richer tonal palette that the comparatively brittle debut,
Speak & Spell, had lacked.


While Martin Gore had created his share of fine hit singles for Depeche Mode
following Vince Clarke's departure, most were pleasant rather than deathless.
That all completely changed with "Everything Counts," which saw both his own
songwriting abilities matched with an increasing ambition of the band as a
whole. With a big, full-bodied rhythm, as much indebted to hip-hop's worship of
the breakbeat and industrial music's own love of huge beats as to disco's
similar enthrallment, "Everything Counts" remains one of the band's best
numbers. Gore's lyrical sentiments, ripping into corruption and compromised
ideals via a perverse singsong ( Gore's own sweet delivery of the chorus is
particularly ironic in this light), match the brutal work at play. David Gahan's
lead vocal is a bit sour at points, but he handles himself well most of the
time, letting the combination of drum machine, sampled metallic scrapes, deep
synth bass, and, playing the lead melody, a sampled shawm, or Chinese oboe, come
to the fore. Aggressive and beautiful at once, it can arguably be called the
first English-language industrial pop hit.


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

EAC extraction logfile from 31. July 2009, 9:58

Depeche Mode / Construction Time Again (2007 Remastered)

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[Verification date: 31/07/2009 10:02:23]
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