Part 7 of an in-depth album review series of Depeche Mode’s 7th studio album , “Violator”, released on 19 March 1990. In this part we analyse the chords structure, Vocals and production elements of The Sweetest Perfection”, as well as a piano improvisation.

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Video Timecodes:
00:00 – Intro
02:16 – Sweetest Perfection general discussion
06:03 – Sweetest Perfection chord and vocal analysis
17:41 – Francios Kevorkian on mixing Sweetest Perfection
22:05 – Sweetest Perfection Dave Gahan Baritone backing vocals
23:08 – Mark Ellis “Flood” made Depeche Mode break their own rules
25:39 – Depeche Mode Sweetest Perfection Piano Improvisation

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