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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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}}
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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
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'[[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''.
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[[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 song (the first being a backing vocal heard during the outro of '[[The Sun & The Rainfall]]').
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<metadesc>"Interlude #3" is the second of two unlisted instrumental interludes that appear on the 1990 Depeche Mode album Violator.</metadesc><nowiki/>

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