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Depeche Mode — Freestate
Album: Ultra
Avg rating:
6.8

Your rating:
Total ratings: 186









Released: 1997
Length: 6:11
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I can hear your soul crying
Listen to your spirit sighing
I can feel your desperation
Emotional deprivation

Let yourself go
Let yourself go
Let your feelings show

Picking up the conversation
Deep in your imagination
Tune into the lonely voices
Talking of their only choices

Let yourself go
Let yourself go
Let your spirit grow

Step out of your cage
And onto the stage
It's time to start
Playing your part
Freedom awaits
Open the gates
Open your mind
Freedom's a state

I can taste the tears falling
The bitterness inside you calling
Yearning for a liberation
Emotional emancipation

Let yourself go
Let yourself go
Let your senses overflow

Step out of your cage
And onto the stage
It's time to start
Playing your part
Freedom awaits
Open the gates
Open your mind
Freedom's a state
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I think this a pretty good album
 zborgerd wrote:
Not the best DM song I've ever heard, but I can tolerate it.
 

The lyrics are the written equivalent of paint-by-numbers.
ROFL!
 
heyho wrote:
Nice to hear some DM for a change...
 

DavidCarrico wrote:
...at one point I had every CD they produced. And yet I never committed suicide!
although after the first time hearing them play, i'm sure thoughts of suicide did cross your mind :)
Depressed mode
Nice to hear some DM for a change...
chimchim237 wrote:
i totally agree 100%. my respect for their earlier work increased when i heard the innovation of their newer stuff. i LOVE this and, "Songs of Faith & Devotion". how is, "Exciter"?
I really enjoyed many of the cuts from "Exciter." They gained a different following when "Dream On" was getting airplay, but that's really the only song like it on the album, which is not a bad thing, IMHO. I tried uploading one or two to RP, but they didn't get accepted. If you like DM, then it's worth having "Exciter" in your music collection.
faramir wrote:
The quality of my afternoon just shot up 100 fold. Thank you whoever uploaded this!! I hadn't even realized how much RP needed more Depeche. And great to hear something recent, not just a "classic."
i totally agree 100%. my respect for their earlier work increased when i heard the innovation of their newer stuff. i LOVE this and, "Songs of Faith & Devotion". how is, "Exciter"?
OK, so Depeche Mode have proved that they can pass themselves off as Pink Floyd. The point of all this being what, exactly? :?: :ask: :yawn:
newwavegurly wrote:
HOLY CRAP! Who uploaded this? THANK YOU!!! :notworthy:
ditto!
The quality of my afternoon just shot up 100 fold. Thank you whoever uploaded this!! I hadn't even realized how much RP needed more Depeche. And great to hear something recent, not just a "classic."
This is a very underated album from DP, by the time of it's release all the suicidal kids were grown up so it didn't sell. FYI, Maryland is the Free State.
HOLY CRAP! Who uploaded this? THANK YOU!!! :notworthy:
HA! I was about to comment how much these guys sound like Depeche Mode :roflol: These guys are icons, at one point I had every CD they produced. And yet I never committed suicide!
Not the best DM song I've ever heard, but I can tolerate it.