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Depeche Mode — Master and Servant
Album: Catching Up With Depeche Mode
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5.8

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Total ratings: 93









Released: 1985
Length: 3:38
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There's a new game
We like to play you see
A game with added reality
You treat me like a dog
Get me down on my knees

We call it master and servant
We call it master and servant

It's a lot like life
This play between the sheets
With you on top and me underneath
Forget all about equality

Let's play master and servant
Let's play master and servant

It's a lot like life
And that's what's appealing
If you despise that throwaway feeling
From disposable fun
Then this is the one

Domination's the name of the game
In bed or in life
They're both just the same
Except in one you're fulfilled
At the end of the day

Let's play master and servant
Let's play master and servant

Let's play master and servant
Come on master and servant
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Radioparadise plays such a lot of brilliant songs. But they shouldn't play such a crap. 10 times the big Sucko B. from Germany.


Any day for you, Dave ;)
please, make it stop.
I am SOOOO disappointed in you. ;)
Originally Posted by rgj13: I am compelled to update my earlier commentary on this song: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :cry: :cry: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:
A GREAT cover of this one was done for the "For The Masses" CD, all DM covers... this one has been done in a kind of lounge singer-esque way and it is an absolute riot to hear all the words sung in that manner... maybe I should try uploading it....
Originally Posted by Platypus: I would love to hear this one updated / re-recorded, with some actual depth to it. good tune, but the audio quality is terrible. nothing but tinny treble.
I love DM, Would like to hear more of them!! :clap: :clap: :clap:
I am rather amazed at all the negativity. I literally couldn\'t imagine a negative comment. Oh well, I\'m glad we all have different tastes. The lyrics are rather fun and provocative. Where some see tinny treble in the voice, I see a strange innocence that belies the lyrics. Definitely one of the earliest industrial tracks, and at least before Nine Inch Nails broke the field open, perhaps the one with most pop appeal. (only rival: Ministry\'s Everyday is Like Halloween).
Originally Posted by rgj13: God, what soulless, dressed-up dreck this is. :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:
I am compelled to update my earlier commentary on this song: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :cry: :cry: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:
dm has far better tunes than this... i wonder why they are never played... :roll:
Originally Posted by Platypus: I would love to hear this one updated / re-recorded, with some actual depth to it. good tune, but the audio quality is terrible. nothing but tinny treble.
ain't that the truth
Not especially pleasing. Oh well.
I would love to hear this one updated / re-recorded, with some actual depth to it. good tune, but the audio quality is terrible. nothing but tinny treble.
Holy crap! This takes me back to high school, when I had everything DM had done up that point over and over in my car. I haven\'t listened to them in a decade! (It was a good decade.) :lol:
Yuck! What noise.. This definitely doesn\'t fit into the eclectic scheme - I never really liked most of Depeche Mode\'s stuff anyway
God, what soulless, dressed-up dreck this is. :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:
It\'s an amusing song, but I never liked the New Wave sound.
Horrible and lame.
Not their best track but it brings back memories from that time :eek:
Make it stop.
I give this a 9. That rate might be a bit influenced by nostalgia, but I love hearing this!