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Name:Depeche Mode Exciter (Remaster 2007) [EAC FLAC] [RePoPo]

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Depeche Mode - Exciter (Remaster 2007)

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

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 - Exciter
YEAR: 2006

01. Dream On [0:04:20.51]
02. Shine [0:05:32.39]
03. The Sweetest Condition [0:03:42.48]
04. When The Body Speaks [0:06:01.00]
05. The Dead Of Night [0:04:50.20]
06. Love Theme [0:02:02.41]
07. Freelove [0:06:10.53]
08. Comatose [0:03:24.11]
09. I Feel Loved [0:04:20.54]
10. Breathe [0:05:17.61]
11. Easy Tiger [0:02:05.22]
12. I Am You [0:05:10.31]
13. Goodnight Lovers [0:03:48.26]


99–01 Presenting the intimate and delicate side of Depeche Mode


by Ned Raggett

It's rare to find bands capable of keeping their own best qualities to the fore
while trying something new each time out, but Depeche Mode demonstrate that
balance in full on the marvelous Exciter. Arguably the first album made by the
group as a cohesive unit since Violator (and bearing some resemblance to that
record in overall title and song names — compare "The Sweetest Condition" with
"The Sweetest Perfection"), Exciter finds the trio again balancing pop
catchiness with experimental depths. As with Ultra, an outside producer helps
focus the end results in new, intriguing directions — in this case, said
producer is Mark Bell, known for his work with Björk but also as part of Warp
Records' flagship act LFO, which always acknowledged their own debut to Depeche.
Bell's ear for minimal, crisp beats and quick, subtle arrangements and changes
suit Martin Gore's songs beautifully. If there are few storming arena-shaking
numbers this time out, the exquisite delicacy throughout is addicting, with
Gore's guitar providing slippery and stinging leads to the smoky, romantic flow
of Exciter. "When the Body Speaks" is a particular winner, his gentle work and a
backing string section combining just right. David Gahan's voice, already
audibly benefiting from lessons on Ultra, is even more supple and passionate
than before, ranging from the fuller delivery on the snaky charm of "Shine" to
the haunting album-closer, "Goodnight Lovers," a romantic lullaby with perfect
counterpoint backing vocals. Gore's own singing remains equally fine, as does
his lyrical obsessions on, well, obsession — "Breathe," which quotes more Bible
names per verse than most preachers, makes for a good example on both fronts.
When the band fully crank it up, the results work there too — "The Dead of
Night" makes for a far superior nod to Gore's glam roots and Depeche's own
industrial dance descendants than Songs of Faith and Devotion's "Rush" did.


Exciter is Depeche Mode's tenth studio album, which was released on 14 May 2001
in the UK and May 15 in the US. It uses more digital music technology compared
to their other albums. It was produced by Mark Bell of Björk and LFO fame. It
also had several songs which became big hits in clubs, like "I Feel Loved". The
album also launched the Exciter Tour, which was one of the band's most
successful tours.

Exciter debuted at #9 in the UK Albums Chart and debuted at #8 in the Billboard
200 with sales of 115,000 copies. It's the only Depeche Mode's album to debut
higher in the US than in the UK. As of July 2008, Exciter has sold 449,000 units
in the United States and was certified gold there. Exciter also went gold in
Canada, for shipments of 50,000 units. Today, Exciter has sold more than 3.4
million units worldwide.

On October 2, 2007 (October 3 in North America) Exciter was re-released in a
two-disc set, along with Ultra, in the fourth and final set of Depeche Mode
reissues. The first disc was a remastered version of the original, on an SACD/CD
hybrid (only a CD in the US). The second disc is a DVD which features the album
in DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1 and PCM Stereo. The B-sides from Exciter as well
as the single version of "Freelove" are included. There are also audio versions
of all the live Exciter tracks played during the One Night in Paris movie.

Like the other reissues, there is a documentary on the making of Exciter titled
"Depeche Mode 1999–2001 (Presenting the intimate and delicate side of Depeche
Mode)". The documentary begins with the talks of Martin Gore's writer's block
and what they did about it. It also discusses the first three singles, the
recording, the cover art and the Exciter tour (including one of the opening
acts, Fad Gadget). The documentary is around 30 minutes long. The three members
of the band are interviewed along with Daniel Miller, Christian Eigner, Peter
Gordeno, Anton Corbijn, and Mute label representatives. The documentary ends
with a "To Be Continued..."

Producer Mark Bell does not appear, and although they discuss the fact that the
band declined not to have Corbijn direct Exciter's music videos, they do not
mention or interview the two who did direct them.


DREAM ON by Dave Thompson

The half ironic title says it all and, although writer Martin Gore obscures some
of his meaning, there's little doubt about the main thrust of "Dream On". His
song's protagonist, a fast-living, fast dissolving-into-disaster party person,
resides in a world of pain, relieved only by the drugs she imbibes. "It sucked
you in, it drugged you down," Dave Gahan sings, and truthfully, he could be
speaking of his own experiences, as his “been there, overdone that” tone seems
to serenade his own near self-destruction.

Gore's lyrical images are striking, his metaphors even more so, as he twists his
words and meanings back in and around on themselves. "As your bony fingers close
around me long and spindly, death becomes me," is one of his best and most
thought provoking lines, while the musical base is equally intriguing, as the
band play the evocative, acoustic guitar against the jittering, scratchy beats.
The arrangement pushes at times into blues, but the rhythm puts paid to that,
while the eerie effects further haunt the song's dark atmosphere. "Dream On"
kicked off the group's "Exciter" album, and was the first spun off the set onto
single, in May 2001, taking the band back into the British Top 10.



"Dream On" is Depeche Mode's thirty-sixth UK single, released on April 23, 2001
in the UK and April 24 in the U.S. It was the first single from the album

"Dream On" is an electronic based song mixed in with acoustic guitar and rough
vocals, causing some people to falsely think of it as a country song. The single
version starts with the guitar, while the album version has David Gahan saying
"Can you feel a little love?" before a minimal electro beat opens the song.

The B-side is the instrumental song "Easy Tiger". While the Exciter version is a
short interlude, the "Full Version" has an extended intro and continues the song
with a similar melody underlined by a beat.

The music video for "Dream On" was directed by Stephane Sednaoui. One of the
special parts of the video is that it was filmed on Route 66, which is also a
Bobby Troup song that the band covered in 1987 for the "Behind the Wheel"

On June 26, 2001, the band played "Dream On" on The Late Show with David


"Freelove" is Depeche Mode's thirty-eighth UK single, released on November 5,
2001 in the UK and December 11 in the U.S. It is the third single for the album

David Gahan prior to Exciter called it the best song he's ever sung since

The single version of "Freelove" is completely remixed from the album version.
The mix was done by Flood, who produced the albums Violator and Songs of Faith
and Devotion. Flood's return is quite surprising, as he previously wanted to
never work with the band again after the strenuous experience of recording Songs
of Faith and Devotion, during which the band was in-fighting with each other.

The B-side is an instrumental called "Zenstation".

There is also a DVD release of "Freelove", a first for Depeche Mode. It
contained video footage of "Freelove" from the Philadelphia concert in 2001, as
well as audio of some of the other songs. It also contained four bonus 30-second
videos of the band. The videos were directed by Anton Corbijn.

The main music video for "Freelove" was directed by John Hillcoat. It is not
available on a public release.


"I Feel Loved" is Depeche Mode's thirty-seventh UK single, released on July 30,
2001 in the UK and July 31 in the US. It is the second single for the album

"I Feel Loved" was played live during most of the Exciter Tour but was pulled
halfway through the Europe leg for unknown reasons. On August 7, 2001, Depeche
Mode performed "I Feel Loved" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

The B-side is a cover of the Stooges' "Dirt".

The music video was directed by John Hillcoat.

There are four versions, one that uses the "Single Version", but with a cold
ending, rather than the fading out ending. There are remix videos by Dan-O-Rama,
a long version, and a short version. The two remix versions are composed of
modified production shots of the original video. The original version wasn't
released on a public video until The Best Of: Volume 1 was released in 2006. The
other two aren't on a public release. A version using the Danny Tenaglia Radio
Edit of the song also exists, but was pulled from the official website and the
label's effort to promote it were scrapped.

The original video features Depeche Mode performing in a club. The setting makes
for a hot, sweaty ambience. The club is stormed by policemen with dogs,
apparently trying to close down the gig. The audience, however doesn't seem to
mind the intrusion and some girls play with the dogs.


"Goodnight Lovers" is Depeche Mode's thirty-ninth UK single, released on 11
February 2002. It is the fourth and final single for the album Exciter.

"Goodnight Lovers" is a lullaby of sorts, a strange choice for a single that
surprised many fans who were expecting "The Dead of Night" or "The Sweetest
Condition". It was also surprising as the song was not played live during the
Exciter Tour, making it the first single that wasn't played live at its album's
tour since "Little 15" (It was later featured in the encore of Touring the
Angel). The single version is the same as the album closer from Exciter.

The single did not qualify for the UK Singles Chart because it had excess songs.
Singles with more than one unique track need no more than three tracks, while
this single had four. The B-sides are remixes of "When the Body Speaks", "The
Dead of Night", and "Goodnight Lovers". However, it did qualify for the Budget
Albums Chart and went straight to Number One before falling rapidly, the first
Depeche Mode single to reach Number One in an official UK chart.

The UK only had a CD release, but there were other European countries that got a
12" release, their tracklists are all the same. The single was not released in
the USA.

The music video for "Goodnight Lovers" was directed by John Hillcoat, filmed in
Germany following the final Exciter Tour concert in Mannheim. It is not
available on a public release.


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

EAC extraction logfile from 6. August 2009, 12:00

Depeche Mode / Exciter

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