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Name:Depeche Mode Some Great Reward (Remaster 2006) [EAC FLAC] [RePoPo]

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  Depeche Mode - Some Great Reward (Collector´s Edition) - Cover.jpg

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   84 - You Can Get Away With Anything If You Give It A Good Tune.rar

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   84 - You Can Get Away With Anything If You Give It A Good Tune.IFO

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   84 - You Can Get Away With Anything If You Give It A Good Tune.ENGLISH.srt

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   84 - You Can Get Away With Anything If You Give It A Good Tune.SPANISH.srt

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  84 - You Can Get Away With Anything If You Give It A Good Tune.avi

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 09.- Depeche Mode - Blasphemous Rumours.flac

38.79 MB

 02.- Depeche Mode - Lie To Me.flac

31.88 MB

 08.- Depeche Mode - If You Want.flac

30.65 MB

 04.- Depeche Mode - It Doesn't Matter.flac

29.32 MB

 07.- Depeche Mode - Master And Servant.flac

28.28 MB

 01.- Depeche Mode - Something To Do.flac

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 03.- Depeche Mode - People Are People.flac

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 06.- Depeche Mode - Somebody.flac

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 05.- Depeche Mode - Stories Of Old.flac

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 Depeche Mode - Some Great Reward (Remaster 2006) [EAC-FLAC] [RePoPo].txt

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 Depeche Mode - Some Great Reward (2006 remastered).log

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 Some Great Reward (2006 remastered).cue

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 Some Great Reward (2006 remastered).accurip

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 Depeche Mode - Some Great Reward (2006 remastered).m3u

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 Some Great Reward (2006 remastered).txt

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Some Great Reward (Remaster 2006)

This torrent contains both the Audio CD in its remastered stereo form, as
released in 2006, 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 - Some Great Reward (2006 remastered)

01. Something To Do [0:03:47.54]
02. Lie To Me [0:05:03.45]
03. People Are People [0:03:52.06]
04. It Doesn't Matter [0:04:44.72]
05. Stories Of Old [0:03:14.17]
06. Somebody [0:04:27.37]
07. Master And Servant [0:04:12.60]
08. If You Want [0:04:40.70]
09. Blasphemous Rumours [0:06:21.42]


84 - You Can Get Away With Anything If You Give It A Good Tune [0:29:21]


by Ned Raggett

The peak of the band's industrial-gone-mainstream fusion, and still one of the
best electronic music albums yet recorded, Some Great Reward still sounds great,
with the band's ever-evolving musical and production skills matching even more
ambitious songwriting from Martin Gore. "People Are People" appears here, but
finds itself outclassed by some of Depeche Mode's undisputed classics, most
especially the moody, beautiful "Somebody," a Gore-sung piano ballad that mixes
its wit and emotion skillfully; "Master and Servant," an amped-up, slamming
dance track that conflates sexual and economic politics to sharp effect; and the
closing "Blasphemous Rumors," a slow-building anthemic number supporting one of
Gore's most cynical lyrics, addressing a suicidal teen who finds God only to die
soon afterward. Even lesser-known tracks like the low-key pulse of "Lie to Me"
and the weirdly dreamy "It Doesn't Matter" showcase an increasingly confident
band. Alan Wilder's arrangements veer from the big to the stripped down, but
always with just the right touch, such as the crowd samples bubbling beneath
"Somebody" or the call/response a cappella start to "Master and Servant." With
Reward, David Gahan's singing style found the métier it was going to stick with
for the next ten years, and while it's never gone down well with some ears, it
still has a compelling edge to it that suits the material well.


Some Great Reward is the fourth album by the British electronic group Depeche
Mode, released in 1984. The album peaked at #5 in the UK and at #54 in the US.
The title comes from a phrase used near the end of track 2, Lie to Me ("Make me
think by the end of the day, some great reward will be coming my way").

In 2006, Some Great Reward 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 two B-side tracks "In Your Memory" and "Set Me Free (Remotivate
Me)" in addition to "Somebody (Remix)" and several live versions of some of the
songs from the album. The DVD also includes a documentary on the making of the

The remastered album was released on "deluxe" vinyl in March 2007.


PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE by Stewart Mason

Originally released as a stand-alone single in the U.K. in April 1984, "People
Are People" ended up becoming Depeche Mode's U.S. breakthrough hit, getting
enough MTV and club airplay that Sire Records ended up gathering a number of
stray single tracks and remixes and releasing the stopgap People Are People LP
in the States. (This made U.S. consumers feel slightly cheated a few months
later when "People Are People" showed up yet again on the Some Great Reward
album.) It's ironic that this is the song that broke the group in the States as
opposed to a poppier slice of synth pop like "See You," because "People Are
People" was the single that introduced Depeche Mode's next-level sound as the
group that made industrial music (à la Einsturzende Neubauten or Test Dept.)
palatable to the masses: the song features samples of clanging pipes, shattering
glass, and other sounds recorded by the group and engineer Gareth Jones at a
German junkyard during the sessions for Construction Time Again, manipulated
into a deliberately choppy rhythm that emphasizes the beat to a considerably
larger extent than Depeche Mode's earlier singles. (The overall effect is oddly
similar to the contemporaneous singles by the Art of Noise, particularly since
"People Are People" also makes use of a Trevor Horn trademark, the Fairlight
orchestral stab.) Over this, the group repeatedly chants a sloganeering chorus,
in between which Dave Gahan sings a well-intentioned but unfortunately trite set
of lyrics about hatred and other bad vibes. Lyrically and musically, the song's
saving grace is a refrain sung by songwriter Martin Gore, whose lightweight
voice suits the lyrics' questioning tone better than Gahan's more strident


SOMEBODY by Stewart Mason

Although "Somebody" is one of Depeche Mode's most atypical songs, it's an all-
time fan favorite, remaining a key point of the group's live sets for the rest
of its career. One of the few Depeche Mode songs sung by primary songwriter
Martin Gore, "Somebody" is in fact basically a solo performance for the keyboard
player, who sings the almost embarrassingly abject lyrics in a thin, weedy voice
that makes plain why he's not the band's primary singer. Cleverly, however, Gore
has his cake and eats it by turning himself (and the song as a whole) into a
joke at the end of both verses, by inserting some self-protective sarcasm into
lines like "Though things like this make me sick/In a case like this, I'll get
away with it." It's only because of that level of self-awareness that he does;
without it, "Somebody" would make anyone past the age of 15 gag.



Right from the start, with its call-and-response vocals between Martin Gore and
David Gahan ("It's a lot -- it's a lot -- it's a lot -- like life!"), "Master
and Servant" shows Depeche plunging even more deeply into its self-created image
of sexual/social renegades. Keep in mind that this is the same band that scored
big with "Just Can't Get Enough" three years earlier -- and that it not only
kept a pop audience with this song, but the single went number six in the band's
homeland. The gentle distortion on the harmony vocals, the crunches and synth
melodies, created via sampling as much metallic banging as the group could
manage, Gahan's echoed delivery of the often downright sadistic lyrics, and more
all contribute to this being one of the more unlikely hit numbers around. That
Trent Reznor, to name one of many people, listened to this on a regular basis
when young is perfectly clear as the shuddering, massive beats punch the song
along. As always, Depeche know how to sugar the pill just enough, as with the
quick synth shimmer that concludes the second verses, but as long as one can
hear the screams and screeches littered throughout the mix, simple and sweet boy
band pop this isn't.


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

EAC extraction logfile from 31. July 2009, 23:37

Depeche Mode / Some Great Reward (2006 remastered)

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