Part 4 of an in-depth album review series of Depeche Mode’s 7th studio album , “Violator”, released on 19 March 1990.
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Enjoy The Silence DEMO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRyDzc4FF0E

Timestamps:
00:00 – Intro
01:52 – Depeche Mode defined the idea of B-Sides and Remixes
02:47 – Violator spawned some of the best B-sides in their career
03:30 – “Personal Jesus” and “Dangerous”
05:31 – “Enjoy The Silence” and “Memphisto”
09:30 – “Policy Of Truth” and “Kaleid”
10:24 – “World In My Eyes”, “Happiest Girl” and “Sea Of Sin”
13:15 – “Dangerous”, the strongest of the Violator B-sides.
15:26 – “Dangerous” vs “Stripped” melodic similarities Piano Demonstration

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