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I Feel Loved Single, Maxi


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  • Audio CD (Aug. 1 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi
  • Label: Mute
  • ASIN: B00005LOJU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #226,503 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I feel loved (single version) - Depeche Mode
2. Dirt - Depeche Mode
3. I feel loved (extended instrumental) - Depeche Mode

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By K. Topp on March 24 2002
Format: Audio CD
I Feel Loved is obviously wonderful on here, especially the extended Instrumental, but Dirt is probably the best thing about this nice little CD - Single, Any true fan would have this single in a second. True, only three tracks, but Dirt and the I Feel Loved instrumental make up for that.
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Format: Audio CD
What can I say about I Feel Loved, the 2nd Single off of Exciter? Just a great song! Enjoyed seeing DM perform the song on Jay Leno, as well as when I saw them in concert. The remixes on this CD are also quite a listening experience. Danny Tenaglia's Labor of Love Edit is perfect for the Dance clubs, plus as others have mentioned, this guy shows he's a true fan by incorporating classic DM songs like Further Excerpts From My Secret Garden & Shout, that really give the remix a "come full circle" feel to it. Plus the end mucic combination just makes you want to stand up, put your hands in the air and dance till you can't stop. But I confess, I did miss that electronic whistling effect that goes on in the original version after Dave finishes singing "I Feel Loved" for each verse. That, to me, incorporated much of the heart and soul of the song, with exception to Dave's own wonderful singing. The other Remixes: Thomas Brinkmann Mix, Chamber's Remix, & Extended Intrumental (which uses that whistling effect) are also very well done, still in keeping with the original's flavor instead of falling into obscurity. As for "Dirt", it's a great B-side and a nice idea to do a Stooges cover. Dave really gives the song his "Iggy Pop" best. In many ways, it reminds me of the DM song, My Joy, in that both songs are B-sides off of their own album's second single release. Plus My Joy is beloved by most DM fans out there, which is how Dirt is turning out to be as well.
The only real question I have is this: If this is the single release of I Feel Loved, then where is the actual Single Version? It is not included, and that's quite puzzling to me, since you'd almost expect it to be.
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By Jules on Nov. 24 2001
Format: Audio CD
(...) I happen to think that David's vocals are so so sexy!!,deep and mysterios,and that is what makes him so unique and original.No one can top him!Must I say again? He has absolutely sexy vocals! Martin also has a sexy voice.I love this song and others on their new album that I can't wait for the next album that they put out! Long live Depeche Mode! They are my all-time favorite band!!
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Format: Audio CD
As seems to be the case with Depeche, the second single is typically the stunner. The album mix is very good to begin with however Danny Tenaglia's Labor of Love edit brings out the thump in a big way while at the same time paying strange homage to two obscure and very old DM tracks - Nothing to Fear, an instrumental from the band's 1982 album, A Broken Frame, and Shout, the b-side of the New Life single. I think this pretty much establishes Tengalias credentials as a Mode fan. Somehow he manages to create alchemy between new and old. It works. You will shake your arse.
Thomas Brinkmann's mix is forgetable although he works some nice vocal harmonies towards the end.
The Chamber's remix is a nice blend of Gahan/Gore harmonies but nothing to write home about.
The instrumental is quite good. The jazzy splash of piano reminds me a bit of Moby.
Dirt is a lot of fun and altogether a more satisfying cover than than the silly Route 66 of circa 1987. Gahan brings his throat along for the ride and makes the most of camp - an element sorely missed in Depeche, I'm afraid. I wouldn't go so far as to say that Gahan is 'channeling' Iggy Pop but he does have the pipes for it now. I doubt he could have pulled this off ten years ago.
The ROM material is a nice extra. I don't happen to think that the iconography of this particular album - California clean-and-bright by the poolside - is all that compelling, at least not when compared to say, Music For the Masses' megaphones or the Violator rose.
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Format: Audio CD
As seems to be the case with Depeche, the second single is typically the stunner. The album mix is very good to begin with however Danny Tenaglia's Labor of Love edit brings out the thump in a big way while at the same time paying strange homage to two obscure and very old DM tracks - Nothing to Fear, an instrumental from the band's 1982 album, A Broken Frame, and Shout, the b-side of the New Life single. I think this pretty much establishes Tengalias credentials as a Mode fan. Somehow he manages to create alchemy between new and old. It works. You will shake your arse.
Thomas Brinkmann's mix is forgetable although he works some nice vocal harmonies towards the end.
The Chamber's remix is a nice blend of Gahan/Gore harmonies but nothing to write home about.
The instrumental is quite good. The jazzy splash of piano reminds me a bit of Moby.
Dirt is a lot of fun and altogether a more satisfying cover than than the silly Route 66 of circa 1987. Gahan brings his throat along for the ride and makes the most of camp - an element sorely missed in Depeche, I'm afraid. I wouldn't go so far as to say that Gahan is 'channeling' Iggy Pop but he does have the pipes for it now. I doubt he could have pulled this off ten years ago.
The ROM material is a nice extra. I don't happen to think that the iconography of this particular album - California clean-and-bright by the poolside - is all that compelling, at least not when compared to say, Music For the Masses' megaphones or the Violator rose.
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