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A one-man tribute to Depeche Mode, complete with two new instrumental interludes. The album reinvents eleven of their most underappreciated songs, and also includes the track "Ponytail Girl", the Color Theory original that was mistakenly credited as a Depeche Mode track from their Exciter album. To this day, several European web sites sell alternate versions of Exciter with Ponytail Girl included as a so-called bonus track.
released November 25, 2003
Color Theory is Brian Hazard
Ponytail Girl written by Brian Hazard (ASCAP) © 2001
All other songs written by Martin L. Gore © 1982-2001
Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI) o/b/o EMI Music Publishing Ltd./Grabbing Hands Music Ltd.
Art design: Thomas Hanewinkel and Loren Stevenson
Photography: Thomas Epping
Model: Daniela Neuhäuser
Mastered by Resonance Mastering www.resonancemastering.com
Thanks to Thomas, whose encouragement and vision made this album possible, to Michelle and Cole, who made it meaningful, to Todd, who made it practical, to Mark, who made it readable, and to you the listener, who made it worthwhile.