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== Notes ==
== Notes ==


"[[Interlude No. 2 - Crucified|Interlude #2 (Crucified)]]" is the first of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 [[Depeche Mode]] album <i>[[Violator]]</i>. It is also commonly referred to simply as "Interlude #2", with "[[Interlude No. 1 - Mission Impossible|Interlude #1]]" appearing on ''[[Music For The Masses]]'' and "[[Interlude No. 3|Interlude #3]]" appearing between "[[Blue Dress]]" and "[[Clean]]" on ''Violator''. The interlude occurs between "[[Enjoy The Silence]]" and "[[Policy Of Truth]]". The mostly instrumental interlude features a single vocoded vocal by [[Andrew Fletcher]] chanting the word "crucified".
"[[Interlude No. 2 - Crucified|Interlude #2 (Crucified)]]" is the first of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 [[Depeche Mode]] album <i>[[Violator]]</i>. It is also commonly referred to simply as "Interlude #2", with "[[Interlude No. 1 - Mission Impossible|Interlude #1]]" appearing on ''[[Music For The Masses]]'' and "[[Interlude No. 3|Interlude #3]]" appearing between "[[Blue Dress]]" and "[[Clean]]" on ''Violator''. The interlude occurs between "[[Enjoy The Silence]]" and "[[Policy Of Truth]]". The mostly instrumental interlude features a single vocoded vocal by [[Andrew Fletcher]] chanting the word "crucified". Fletcher is appropriately credited as "lead singer" for this song.<ref>[http://archives.depechemode.com/lyrics/interlude_no2.html depechemode.com official archive section: "Interlude No. 2 - Crucified" lyrics]</ref>


[[Alan Wilder]] comments on the interlude's guitar elements in the ''Violator'' section of the [[Recoil]] [http://oldsite.recoil.co.uk/forum/qa/dmems2.htmShunt Q&A section]: "Dave plays a unique form of guitar. He has his own 'special' style. We used some of his playing as sound effects in one of the crossfade sections of ''Violator''."
[[Alan Wilder]] comments on the interlude's guitar elements in the ''Violator'' section of the [[Recoil]] [http://oldsite.recoil.co.uk/forum/qa/dmems2.htmShunt Q&A section]: "Dave plays a unique form of guitar. He has his own 'special' style. We used some of his playing as sound effects in one of the crossfade sections of ''Violator''."


This interlude features the first known example of a non-vocal, non songwriting-focused musical contribution by [[Dave Gahan]], and the second known example of a vocal delivery by Andy Fletcher featured on a Depeche Mode album song.
This interlude features the first known example of a non-vocal, non songwriting-focused musical contribution by [[Dave Gahan]], and the second known example of a vocal delivery by [[Andrew Fletcher]] featured on a Depeche Mode album song. Fletcher's prior vocal contribution were backing vocals at the end of [[The Sun & The Rainfall]].


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<metadesc>'Interlude No. 2 - Crucified' is the first of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 Depeche Mode album Violator.</metadesc><nowiki/>
<metadesc>"Interlude #2 (Crucified)" is the first of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 Depeche Mode album Violator.</metadesc><nowiki/>

Latest revision as of 19:44, 1 September 2021

Interlude #2 (Crucified)
Album-Violator.jpg
Song Interlude No. 2 - Crucified
By Depeche Mode
Songwriter Martin L. Gore
Produced by Depeche Mode
Flood
Recorded at The Church, London
Length (mm:ss) 1:51
Engineering assistance Daryl Bamonte
Dick Meaney
David Browne
Mark Flannery
Mixed by François Kevorkian
Mixed at The Church, London
Recorded 1989
Originally released 19 March 1990
Live performances as Depeche Mode 0 times *
Total live performances 0 times *

Notes

"Interlude #2 (Crucified)" is the first of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 Depeche Mode album Violator. It is also commonly referred to simply as "Interlude #2", with "Interlude #1" appearing on Music For The Masses and "Interlude #3" appearing between "Blue Dress" and "Clean" on Violator. The interlude occurs between "Enjoy The Silence" and "Policy Of Truth". The mostly instrumental interlude features a single vocoded vocal by Andrew Fletcher chanting the word "crucified". Fletcher is appropriately credited as "lead singer" for this song.[1]

Alan Wilder comments on the interlude's guitar elements in the Violator section of the Recoil Q&A section: "Dave plays a unique form of guitar. He has his own 'special' style. We used some of his playing as sound effects in one of the crossfade sections of Violator."

This interlude features the first known example of a non-vocal, non songwriting-focused musical contribution by Dave Gahan, and the second known example of a vocal delivery by Andrew Fletcher featured on a Depeche Mode album song. Fletcher's prior vocal contribution were backing vocals at the end of The Sun & The Rainfall.

Dates where Interlude No. 2 - Crucified was played

Interlude No. 2 - Crucified has never been played live.


Everything Counts (Reprise)Interlude #1 - Mission ImpossibleInterlude #2 - CrucifiedInterlude #3Interlude #4Junior PainkillerInterlude #5


References