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Name:Depeche Mode Speak & Spell (Bonus Tracks) [DVDRip] [EAC FLAC] [RePoPo]

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01.Bonus Tracls 2.0 Remastered (Size: 383.08 MB) (Files: 50)

 01.Bonus Tracls 2.0 Remastered

  04.- Just Can't Get Enough (Schizo Mix) - LPCM - 2ch - 48kHz - 24bit - English - DELAY -360ms.flac

40.95 MB

  01.- Ice Machine - LPCM - 2ch - 48kHz - 24bit - English.flac

26.18 MB

  02.- Shout! - LPCM - 2ch - 48kHz - 24bit - English.flac

25.75 MB

  03.- Any Second Now - LPCM - 2ch - 48kHz - 24bit - English.flac

17.55 MB


  01.- Dreaming of Me



330.79 KB


298.10 KB


127.37 KB

    depeche_mode_dreaming_of_me_cd (Alternative).jpg

90.82 KB

    depeche_mode_dreaming_of_me_back0 (Alternative).jpg

70.33 KB

    depeche_mode_dreaming_of_me_front (Alternative).jpg

70.24 KB


    Depeche Mode - Dreaming of Me (Single).log

2.08 KB

    Dreaming of Me (Single).accurip

0.96 KB

    Dreaming of Me (Single).cue

0.48 KB

    Dreaming of Me (Single).txt

0.13 KB

   02.- Depeche Mode - Ice Machine.flac

22.66 MB

   01.- Depeche Mode - Dreaming of Me.flac

21.29 MB

   Depeche Mode - Dreaming of Me (Single).m3u

0.17 KB

  02.- New Life



360.75 KB


299.64 KB


133.39 KB


93.33 KB


90.69 KB


56.83 KB


    Depeche Mode - New Life - (Maxi CD).log

2.42 KB

    New Life - (Maxi CD).accurip

0.90 KB

    New Life - (Maxi CD).cue

0.65 KB

    New Life - (Maxi CD).txt

0.16 KB

   03.- Depeche Mode - Shout (Rio Mix).flac

46.92 MB

   01.- Depeche Mode - New Life (Remix).flac

24.45 MB

   02.- Depeche Mode - Shout.flac

22.03 MB

   Depeche Mode - New Life - (Maxi CD).m3u

0.24 KB

  03.- Just Can't Get Enough


    Original Front.jpg

2.31 MB

    Original Back.jpg

2.05 MB

    Original CD.jpg

1.07 MB

    DMBOX Booklet.jpg

671.58 KB

    DMBOX Back.jpg

510.54 KB

    DMBOX Front.jpg

460.58 KB

    DMBOX CD.jpg

319.93 KB


    Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough.log

2.80 KB

    Just Can't Get Enough.accurip

1.39 KB

    Just Can't Get Enough.cue

0.90 KB

    Just Can't Get Enough.txt

0.24 KB

   03.- Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough (Schizo Mix).flac

39.00 MB

   04.- Depeche Mode - Any Second Now (Altered).flac

26.91 MB

   01.- Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough.flac

21.04 MB

   02.- Depeche Mode - Any Second Now.flac

15.77 MB

   Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough.m3u

0.41 KB


  Just Can't Get Enough (Webripped).mov

23.25 MB

 Depeche Mode - Speak & Spell (Bonus Tracks) [DVDRip] [EAC-FLAC] [RePoPo].txt

11.80 KB

 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

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Depeche Mode - Speak & Spell (Bonus Tracks)

This upload is the second of a three-part Speak & Spell release.

01.- Depeche Mode - Speak & Spell (Remastered) [EAC-FLAC] [RePoPo]
02.- Depeche Mode - Speak & Spell (Bonus Tracks) [DVDRip] [EAC-FLAC] [RePoPo]
03.- Depeche Mode - Speak & Spell (DTS 96/24 5.1) [DVDRip] [RePoPo]

I've decided to divide this in three parts in order to add as much material as
possible on the second, so I could put some original and remastered versions
of the same tracks.

On Speak & Spell the second part will be really small, but on most recent DM
albums it will get a really big size, so that's when the 3-part division will
make more sense.


There are three sections in this release

1) Bonus Tracks 2.0 Remastered
The bonus tracks included in the remastered 2 disc release of the album.
Ripped from the DVD.

2) Singles
The original singles, taken from DMBOX1. [EAC-FLAC]

3) Etc
Webrips, taken from depechemode.com



12. "Dreaming of Me" – 4:03
13. "Ice Machine" – 4:05
14. "Shout" – 3:46
15. "Any Second Now" – 3:08
16. "Just Can't Get Enough (Schizo Mix)" – 6:41

Ripped from the DVD using DVDDecrypter, demuxing the 2.0 PCM Stereo tracks,
splitting by chapters and converted to .flac (level 8) using DBPoweramp.



CD: Depeche Mode - Dreaming of Me
YEAR: 1981

01. Dreaming of Me [0:03:46.68]
02. Ice Machine [0:03:54.30]

The versions of "Dreaming of Me" and "Ice Machine" included on the remastered CD
have cold ends (as opposed to the fading-out versions on the original 7" single)

CD: Depeche Mode - New Life
YEAR: 1981

01. New Life (Remix) [0:03:59.68]
02. Shout [0:03:46.32]
03. Shout (Rio Mix) [0:07:33.10]

CD: Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough
YEAR: 1981

01. Just Can't Get Enough [0:03:45.20]
02. Any Second Now [0:03:09.58]
03. Just Can't Get Enough (Schizo Mix) [0:06:48.02]
04. Any Second Now (Altered) [0:05:42.40]



"Dreaming of Me" is the debut single by Depeche Mode, originally released on
February 20, 1981 in the UK. The single was not commercially released in the
United States.

Two mixes of the song have been released, one which fades out, and one which
does not. The alternate version is on the CD re-release of Speak and Spell in
Europe, while the American Speak and Spell (and all singles compilations
containing the song) has the regular version. The re-release of Speak and Spell
in 2006 also features the no-fade out version, and was released in all regions.

The B-Side, "Ice Machine," is similarly available in a fading version, and an
alternate non-fading version. The song is also a bonus track on the CD rerelease
of Speak and Spell in the UK. The 1986 and 2006 re-releases of Speak and Spell
use the no-fade out version. A live version of "Ice Machine" (recorded during
the Some Great Reward tour) is available on the 12" version of the 1984 single,
"Blasphemous Rumours."

Due to a poor chart placement (#57 on the UK singles chart), "Dreaming of Me"
did not originally appear on Speak and Spell, but did show up in the CD re-
release in the UK as a bonus track. In the United States, "Dreaming of Me" was
on the original pressing of the album, replacing "I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead."
On the 2006 re-release of Speak and Spell it was placed at the end of the album,
with the original U.K. tracklist preceding it.

7": Mute / 7Mute13 (UK) & CD: Mute / CDMute13

1. "Dreaming of Me" – 3:46
2. "Ice Machine" – 3:54


"New Life" is the second UK single by Depeche Mode, originally released on June
13, 1981. It was not commercially released in the United States.

There were two versions of the song available. The 7" version would later become
the "album version," as it would eventually appear on the UK version of Speak
and Spell, released in October of 1981, and a 12" "remix," which differs from
the "album version" in that it has a different intro, and an added synth part in
the "solo" vocal section in the middle of the song, which is not present on the
7" mix. The "remix" would later appear on the US version of Speak and Spell.

The single became Depeche Mode's breakthrough hit in the UK, peaking at #11. On
June 25, 1981, the band performed "New Life" during their debut appearance on
the BBC's "Top of the Pops." The band would perform the song twice more on the
show, on July 16 and July 30 of 1981.

The B-Side, "Shout!", is the first Depeche Mode song to get a 12" extended
remix, called the "Rio Mix." This mix would later appear on the remix
compilation Remixes 81 - 04 released in 2004. It is the earliest recorded song
available on the compilation.

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "New Life":

7": Mute / 7Mute14 (UK)

1. "New Life" – 3:43
2. "Shout!" – 3:44

12": Mute / 12Mute14 (UK)

1. "New Life (Remix)" – 3:58
2. "Shout! (Rio Mix)" – 7:31

CD: Mute / CDMute14 (UK)1

1. "New Life (Remix)" – 3:58
2. "Shout!" – 3:44
3. "Shout! (Rio Mix)" – 7:31


"Just Can't Get Enough" is the third UK single by Depeche Mode originally
released in September 1981. It was also the band's first single to be released
in the United States, on February 18, 1982. The song, a riff-driven Synthpop
piece, was the final single to be written by Vince Clarke who left the band in
December of 1981. He was inspired by Spandau Ballet's debut hit "To Cut a Long
Story Short." The song would be included on the band's first album, Speak and
Spell, which was released a month after the single.

The single version of "Just Can't Get Enough" is the same version that appears
on the UK version of Speak and Spell. The "Schizo Mix" is an extended version
with a different intro and an ambient tune popping up after the choruses. It
appears on the US version of Speak and Spell, the UK rerelease of Speak and
Spell, the rerelease of The Singles (81-85) and Remixes 81 - 04.

In addition, the single's B-side "Any Second Now" was the first commercially
available Depeche Mode instrumental. It shows up on the UK rerelease of Speak
and Spell. A version including vocals (the first Depeche Mode vocals to be
handled by Martin Gore) would appear on the album as "Any Second Now (Voices)".
There is also an extended version, the "Altered" Mix. In the United States, the
B-side is "Tora! Tora! Tora!". On the Speak and Spell album, the song is
crossfaded with the previous track, "Photographic", but on the single, the
introduction is clean.

The single reached #8 on the UK Singles Chart and #26 on the US Hot Dance
Music/Club Play chart, making it their highest-charting single at the time on
both counts. It also became the band's first (and biggest) hit in Australia,
reaching #4.

"Just Can't Get Enough" is also the first Depeche Mode song to get a music
video. It is the only DM video with Vince Clarke. The director was Clive

It was used in Son of Rambow.

In 1997 the Happy hardcore DJ Duo Charly Lownoise and Mental Theo released the
song as single.

On September 12, 1999, premiered a Gap advertising spot directed by Pedro
Romhanyi, titled "Everybody in Leather", in which "Just Can't Get Enough" was
sung by a group of young adults, among which were then-unknowns Alex Greenwald,
Monet Mazur and Jason Thompson but only one familiar face in the group, Aaron
Lohr, the music mix being done by the Dust Brothers.[2]. On October 7, 1999, The
Tonight Show with Jay Leno did a parody of the ad, which featured old men
singing the song for a fictional Viagra ad.[3]

In 2004, the French band Nouvelle Vague adapted the song in a jazzy / bossa-nova
style on the album, Nouvelle Vague (as well as on the 2005 compilation album,
Acoustic 05). Japanese musician Anna Tsuchiya covered this song on her 2007
single Kuroi Namida except it is re-arranged as a downbeat rock piece.

It was used in a promotion for the now-defunct ITV Day morning-afternoon service
between 2003-5. The cover by Nouvelle Vague has been widely used as background
music on British television, including being used as the theme for BBC One's
Christmas promotions in 2004.

Spanish artist Marta Sánchez sampled this song on her 2007 single "Superstar".

This song is used in trailers for the film Music and Lyrics.

The song featured in the Mary-Kate and Ashley film, Winning London.

In an episode of Wayside, the background music put while Todd completes Mr.
Kidswatter's list sounds identical to the song.

Parts of the song were used in commercials for TV Land's reality show High
School Reunion.

The song was used in the 1982 movie Summer Lovers.

This song was covered by girlband The Saturdays for British charity telethon
Comic Relief.

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Just Can't
Get Enough":

7": Mute/7Mute16 (UK)

1. "Just Can't Get Enough" – 3:41
2. "Any Second Now" – 3:06

12": Mute/12Mute16 (UK)

1. "Just Can't Get Enough (Schizo Mix)" – 6:43
2. "Any Second Now (Altered)" – 5:41

CD: Mute/CDMute16 (UK)1

1. "Just Can't Get Enough" – 3:45
2. "Any Second Now" – 3:09
3. "Just Can't Get Enough (Schizo Mix)" – 6:48
4. "Any Second Now (Altered)" – 5:42

7": Sire/SRE50029 (US)

1. "Just Can't Get Enough" – 3:41
2. "Tora! Tora! Tora!" – 4:23



Included the music video for Just Can't Get Enough, ripped from depechemode.com,
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