|1. A Pain That I'm Used To (Album Version)|
|2. John The Revelator (Album Version)|
|3. Suffer Well (Album Version)|
|4. The Sinner In Me (Album Version)|
|5. Precious (Album Version)|
|6. Macro (Album Version)|
|7. I Want It All (Album Version)|
|8. Nothing's Impossible (Album Version)|
|9. Introspectre (Album Version)|
|10. Damaged People (Album Version)|
|11. Lilian (Album Version)|
|12. The Darkest Star (Album Version)|
Their latest escapade has in my opinion only 2 GREAT songs[Tracks 1 & 11 on the CD] and a good song[Track 2 on the cd].
Too bad the BOYS could not "Come Back" with more panache!
Is it worth the $13.99...YES!
Many people like to compare this album with their best ever DM album "Violator". If you are OLD DM fan, you would be excited again with album. I have listened to it many times, and continue to listen more.....
Finally, DM is back!!!
This CD starts off extremely strong... very reminiscent of early Depeche Mode. A PAIN THAT I'M USED TO with an extended intro could have easily started off `101' to get the crowd really going. JOHN THE REVELATOR is as close to a revival hymn as your going to get and it is the closest song that comes to rivaling anything pre-Violator. Best song on here period. It dips a little on the third track but THE SINNER AND ME followed by PRECIOUS bring the level back up.
It starts to go downhill from there. Maybe I shouldn't say downhill because they are ok songs. They just don't measure up to the first 5 tracks. If this were issued as an EP then it would have been brilliant. As it is, it's no better OR worse than their recent releases. I would advise anyone wanting to buy this to just download the first half from iTunes and pretend the other half doesn't exist.