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|title=Interlude #3
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|screen=hd
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|screenshot=Album-Violator.jpg
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|artist=[[Depeche Mode]]
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|album=[[Violator]]
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|songwriter=[[Martin L. Gore]]
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|producer=[[Depeche Mode]]<br>[[Flood]]
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|studio=The Church, London
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|label=[[Mute Records]]
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|length=1:23
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|mixingby=[[François Kevorkian]]
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|engineeringby=Pino Pischetola<br>Peter Iversen<br>[[Steve Lyon]]<br>Goh Hotoda<br>Alan Gregorie<br>Dennis Mitchell<br>Phil Legg
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|engineeringassistance=[[Daryl Bamonte]]<br>Dick Meaney<br>David Browne<br>Mark Flannery
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|sleevedesignby=[[Anton Corbijn]]<br>Area
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|mixedat=The Church, London
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|recordingdate=1989
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|releasedate=19 March 1990
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|colorscheme=Violator
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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
  
'[[Interlude No. 3]]' is the second of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 [[Depeche Mode]] album <i>[[Violator]]</i>. It is the first interlude by Depeche Mode to not feature a subtitle, as is the naming convention set by the preceding '[[Interlude No. 2 - Crucified]]' from the same album and '[[Interlude No. 1 - Mission Impossible]]' from 1987's <i>[[Music For The Masses]]</i>. The interlude occurs between '[[Blue Dress]]' and '[[Clean]]' and features a string and clarinet duet embellished by reverberated vocal stabs interspersed with washes of ambient noise, producing a contemplative instrumental interlude that serves as a dramatic build-up to the final moments of <i>Violator</i>.
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"[[Interlude No. 3]]" is the second of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 [[Depeche Mode]] album ''[[Violator]]''. It is the first interlude by Depeche Mode to not feature a subtitle, as is the naming convention set by the preceding "[[Interlude No. 2 - Crucified]]" from the same album and "[[Interlude No. 1 - Mission Impossible]]" from 1987's ''[[Music For The Masses]]''. The interlude occurs between "[[Blue Dress]]" and "[[Clean]]" and features a string and clarinet duet embellished by reverberated vocal stabs interspersed with washes of ambient noise, producing a contemplative instrumental interlude that serves as a dramatic build-up to the final moments of ''Violator''.
 
 
[[Alan Wilder]] comments on the production of this interlude in the <i>Violator</i> section of the [[Recoil]] [http://oldsite.recoil.co.uk/forum/qa/dmems2.htmShunt Q&A section]:
 
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"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'."
 
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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 (the first being a backing vocal heard during the outro of '[[The Sun & The Rainfall]]').
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:40, 7 May 2020

Interlude #3
Album-Violator.jpg
Song Interlude No. 3
By Depeche Mode
Songwriter Martin L. Gore
Produced by Depeche Mode
Flood
Recorded at The Church, London
Length (mm:ss) 1:23
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 No. 3" is the second of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 Depeche Mode album Violator. It is the first interlude by Depeche Mode to not feature a subtitle, as is the naming convention set by the preceding "Interlude No. 2 - Crucified" from the same album and "Interlude No. 1 - Mission Impossible" from 1987's Music For The Masses. The interlude occurs between "Blue Dress" and "Clean" and features a string and clarinet duet embellished by reverberated vocal stabs interspersed with washes of ambient noise, producing a contemplative instrumental interlude that serves as a dramatic build-up to the final moments of Violator.

Dates where Interlude No. 3 was played

Interlude No. 3 has never been played live.


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