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Depeche Mode: Tour Of The Universe. Live In Barcelona [Blu-ray]
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Livret avec photos et crédits du concert (16 pages)
Concert enregistré les 20 et 21 novembre 2009 au Palau St Jordi de Barcelone (Espagne) :
1. In Chains
3. Hole To Feed
4. Walking In My Shoes
5. It's No Good
6. A Question Of Time
8. Fly On The Windscreen
11. Come Back
12. Policy Of Truth
13. In Your Room
14. I Feel You
15. Enjoy The Silence
16. Never Let Me Down Again
17. Dressed In Black
19. Behind The Wheel
20. Personal Jesus
21. Waiting For The Night
Après plus de 100 dates de concert, et une tournée menée à la perfection, Depeche Mode propose l'un des concerts de sa tournée "Tour of the Universe" enregistré à Barcelone...
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The album they were promoting was "Sounds of the Universe" which was met with a mixed response. I for one love this album and believe it will mature nicely in the DM catalog. The performance showcases five songs (six if the bonus track is included) from the SOTU album. These songs translate majestically when performed live. "In Chains" is an amazing opener, haunting and captivating, reminding me of "Higher Love". "Wrong" is a fierce and powerful in this performance.
As for the classic Depeche tunes, they are all here (for the most part). The blessing and curse of DM is that they have so many songs it is going to be challenging to satisfy everyone. "Personal Jesus" and "Walking in My Shoes" is a couple of the stand outs. I overall am pleased with the set list here and at twenty-one songs, the concert is jammed packed.
After watching this concert I have come to the conclusion that Depeche Mode still "has it". The show had energy, the band was in top form and the crowd was totally "in the zone". The interaction with the crowd and the band at the closure of "Home" was touching, at the risk of sounding a bit maudlin. As for the production of the DVD, the sound was very good and the cinematography was very slick. There are myriad angles used in this presentation; close ups of the band and crowd, view of the stage, bird's eye view of the audience and some post-modern views such as out of focus shots and outlooks via speaks and/or other equipment.
The second disk is exclusive to this four disk set and features bonus material. The bonus material is montages of the show/backstage, the screens used during the show, the four promotional music videos from SOTU, rehearsals for "Wrong" and "Walking in My Shoes" (the band and Dave sound amazing). Last but not least is an interesting documentary about the tour and the ups and downs the band experienced being on the road.
The band went through some calamities such has Fletch losing his father and Dave's health issues. I found the disclosure from the band being both candid and reserved, a nice balance. There was also some humor throughout this documentary that was refreshing. Listening to Martin talk about how he was once afraid that he would drop dead on stage was funny, believe it or not.
When this documentary was over I was left with a bittersweet feeling. Depeche Mode has been around for (just about) 30 years. The band appears that they don't want to be one of these bands that end up "flaking out" and washed up. Dave candidly speaks about how he realizes he is almost 50 and doesn't want to tarnish Depeche Mode if he isn't at top form. It makes me question how many more tours they have left in them. I am sure they will still record music (I hope), in one way shape or form, but will they tour again? Like many DM fans, I feel that this band is still in top form. In addition, they are relevant because the music they make is unique. Their unique sound morphs beautifully live; the audio CDs in this set are proof of that. I believe that this four disk set is a no brainer for a DM fan. This show will be treasured by me as a keepsake and a memory of a great tour, by one of the greatest bands.
I really enjoyed watching this DVD. It does start slow but as one other reviewer stated stick around for the ride. It seems that once they sing "Wrong" everyone is warmed up and ready to have some fun. It does get better quickly.
I also really enjoyed the cinematography. The lighting and the inclusion of the audience enhanced the experience for me. Very interesting take on things. I really enjoyed watching the interaction between the band members which you don't usually get to see in a video much less a CD.
Of course I was disappointed that some songs were not part of the DVD. The selection was not what I would have expected but I am not the band. But the overall selection flowed well. "Dressed in Black" was a surprise and not originally a favorite but Martin's vocals were wonderful. They ended the party on a slow song which is not something I would have chosen but the duet between Dave and Martin was really a great, great thing to watch.
The CD is also very good. I will also say that it takes a time or two to listen and really get into it.
After watching this a many times now..(can't help myself), I am appreciating DM more and more...
These guys have been around for so long and still amazing at what they do.
This performance of 'Come Back' is so beautiful and amazing.. It's better than any other I have heard. 'Wrong' is also one of my favorite on this DVD.
However, I couldn't appreciate some of Martin's solo stuff as much..
The music and performance was 100% wonderful and wished I was there in person to witness after seeing/hearing it...
Now, for the actual Video / Audio production..For such renown powerful artists to have gotten this opportunity screwed by sloppy production work.. amazes me that they weren't sued.
The video work for this concert was terrible.. . I would have sued them.
To much behind the crowd effect. It's alright once in a while, but... after seeing peoples hands in your face all the time makes you think .."Why?". Most importantly, the video/lighting/closeups made David look really bad in some songs.. . Especially Martin..
The Audio just doesn't sound as good as it should/could. It's not terrible, but iv'e got many options for my audio decoder and nothings really sounds that great...
This is the part that gets me the most, when DM are playing songs with the crowds singing, you can't hear the crowd and it looks like he can't get them to sing. You'll see what I mean.
Was the DVD worth buying?... 101% YES
Could the Audio/Video been better? 100% YEs
I collect Blue-ray concerts..Im comparing it to 'U2 at the Rose bowl', 'Incubus Alive at Red Rocks', 'Jon Mayer' amazing performances...(All a must own-if you like them)
Dave Mathews (SUCKED*) I gave that Blue-ray away...
Hope this info helped someone decide...