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"Enjoy the Silence"
Single by Depeche Mode
from the album Violator
B-side "Memphisto", "Sibeling"
Released 5 February 1990[1]
Format Vinyl record, 7", 12", CD
Recorded 1989
Genre Alternative dance, synthpop
Length 4:13 (7"/single version)
7:18 (12" version)
6:12 (album version)
Label Mute
Writer(s) Martin Gore
Producer Depeche Mode and Flood
Certification Gold (RIAA)
Depeche Mode singles chronology
"Personal Jesus"
(1989)
"Enjoy the Silence"
(1990)
"Policy of Truth"
(1990)
Music video
"Enjoy the Silence" on YouTube

"Enjoy the Silence" is Depeche Mode's twenty-fourth UK single, recorded in 1989 and released on 5 February 1990, it was the second single from the then upcoming album Violator.

As it is one of Depeche Mode's most well-known songs to date, it has been recorded as a cover version by many other artists, including Breaking Benjamin, Keane, Tori Amos, Lacuna Coil, Nada Surf, Scala, Entwine, Failure, It Dies Today, Evergreen Terrace, Tanghetto, Anberlin, HIM, Matthew Good, Bell X1, Apoptygma Berzerk, No Use for a Name and Susan Boyle. Today, many people consider this as Depeche Mode's signature song. It is also one of the band's most known songs, along with "Just Can't Get Enough" and "Personal Jesus".

"Enjoy the Silence" was re-released as a single in 2004 for the Depeche Mode remix project Remixes 81 - 04, and was titled "Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted)" or, more simply, "Enjoy the Silence 04". The "Reinterpreted" version was remixed by Mike Shinoda, the rapper and producer for the American band Linkin Park.

The single is Gold certificated in the US and Germany.[2]

The song won Best British Single at the 1991 BRIT Awards.[3]

Contents

  Background

When "Enjoy the Silence" was written by Martin Gore, it was intended to be a slow-paced ballad in C minor; the demo featured a harmonium with Gore singing. Alan Wilder saw hit potential in the track, and arranged an upbeat tempo and structure for the song. Despite initial resistance from songwriter Gore, who felt the spirit of the song was not suited to an upbeat track, the rest of the group liked it. After some self-described "sulking", Gore came around and added more to the embryonic fast version together with producer Mark "Flood" Ellis, notably the guitar riff heard throughout. Depeche Mode lead singer David Gahan contributed his distinctive lead vocals to the track and within hours the band was convinced they had a hit single on their hands. At Gore's insistence, the demo would later be remade into the "Harmonium" version (available on the limited edition 12" vinyl and Maxi CD releases), featuring Gore on vocals.

  Chart success

"Enjoy the Silence" became one of the band's most successful singles, and its first UK Top 10 hit since 1984. The single rocketed up the UK Singles Chart to No. 6, remaining there for three weeks. This was the band's highest-charting single since "People Are People" peaked at No. 4 in 1984. Additionally, other than "People Are People", only two other singles released by the band had reached as high as No. 6: 1982's "See You" and 1983's "Everything Counts".

The song reached No. 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in July 1990, making it the only Depeche Mode single to date to achieve top 10 status. It was also only their second top twenty hit in the US. At the time, the only other Depeche Mode single to hit the US Top 20 was "People Are People", which hit No. 13. The single also topped the US Modern Rock Tracks chart, another first for the band (as this chart had been created in 1988). The chart measures radio airplay on US modern rock stations.

"Enjoy the Silence 04" was almost equally successful in the UK, peaking at No. 7 on the UK Singles Chart. In the US, it reached No. 25 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play. In addition, the limited edition vinyl releases also charted, but due to the fact that their lead track was not "Enjoy the Silence", these releases charted separately. As a result, "Something to Do", the A-side to the L12 release, spent one week at Mo. 75 on the UK Singles Chart.

  Song versions

The original release of the single included a wide variety of remixes. The standard 12" version of the song is the "Hands and Feet Mix", while the B-side of the 12" version included a dub mix called the "Ecstatic Dub". The limited edition 12" release included three more remixes: the aforementioned "Harmonium" version which follows the structure of the original demo, the "Bass Line" version, and the "Ricki Tik Tik Mix". The latter one is actually an edit omitting a synth part in the middle because Mute had to fit everything on a 3" CD. The boxed rerelease finally had the full version. One of the more unusual mixes is "The Quad: Final Mix" which expands the song to over fifteen minutes in length, making it the longest commercially available Depeche Mode track.

In addition to the "reinterpretation" by Mike Shinoda, there were several more remixes of the song released in 2004. The 12" version of the release included remixes by Timo Maas and Ewan Pearson, while one of the limited edition CDs included a remix from Richard X.

"Enjoy the Silence 04" also included a variety of remixes of other Depeche Mode songs, including a Goldfrapp remix of the Violator track "Halo", a Black Strobe remix of the Some Great Reward track "Something to Do", a Cicada remix of the single "World in My Eyes", and a Rex the Dog remix of the Speak & Spell track "Photographic".

The album version on Violator contains a hidden track called "Crucified", which has Andrew Fletcher on vocals, albeit highly distorted.

  B-sides

There are two instrumental B-sides to "Enjoy the Silence". "Sibeling" (the 12" B-side) is a soft piano-tune while "Memphisto" (the 7" B-side) is a darker, eerier track. The title of "Sibeling" refers to Finnish classical composer Jean Sibelius. According to Martin Gore, "Memphisto is the name of an imaginary film about Elvis as a Devil, that I created in my mind".[4] As such, the title is a portmanteau of Memphis and Mephisto. "Sibeling" was produced by the combination of the band and Flood, who produced much of Depeche Mode's work from 1990 to 1993, while "Memphisto" was produced by the band alone.

  Music videos

  Original version

The Anton Corbijn-directed music video for "Enjoy the Silence" references the themes and storyline of the philosophical children's book The Little Prince. Footage of Gahan dressed as a stereotypical king wandering the hillsides of the Scottish Highlands, the coast of Portugal and finally the Swiss Alps with a deck chair is intercut with black-and-white footage of the band posing. Brief flashes of a single rose (which is also on the album cover of Violator) appear throughout the scenes.

When Corbijn presented the concept of the video to the band, which at the time was simply "Dave dressed up as a king, walking around with a deck chair", they initially rejected it. They changed their minds, when he explained that the idea was that the King (Dave) was represented "a man with everything in the world, just looking for a quiet place to sit"; a king of no kingdom. Andy Fletcher jokes that he favoured the video because "[he] only had to do about an hour's worth of work".

The video uses a slightly different mix of the album version of the song (the most notable difference being a new and extended introduction) that has not been released in any audio format. The final long shots of the king walking through the snow are not Gahan but rather the video's producer, Richard Bell. Gahan had left the set, tiring of the cold in Switzerland (recounted by Gahan in the intro to The Videos (86-98)).

  World Trade Center Promo Video

In 1990 a promotional video for Enjoy the Silence was shot by French TV featuring Depeche Mode lip-syncing the song while standing atop the World Trade Center at the WTC rooftop World observatory.[5]

  Homages

One of the two videos for Coldplay's 2008 song "Viva la Vida" is a homage/tribute to the "Enjoy the Silence" video (it was also directed by Corbijn and features Coldplay singer Chris Martin walking around dressed as a king).

  Track listing

7": Mute / Bong18 (UK)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence" – 4:15
  2. "Memphisto" – 4:02

12": Mute / 12Bong18 (UK)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence" – 4:15
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Hands and Feet Mix)" – 7:18
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Ecstatic Dub)" – 5:54
  4. "Sibeling" – 3:14

12": Mute / L12Bong18 (UK)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Bass Line)" – 7:40
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Harmonium)" – 2:41
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Ricki Tik Tik Mix)" – 5:27
  4. "Memphisto" – 4:05

12": Mute / XL12Bong18 (UK)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (The Quad: Final Mix)" – 15:30

CD: Mute / CDBong18 (UK)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence" – 4:16
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Hands and Feet Mix 3" Edit)" – 6:41
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Ecstatic Dub Edit)" – 5:45
  4. "Sibeling" – 3:15
  • released as 3" CD, rereleases as 5" CD

CD: Mute / LCDBong18 (UK)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Bass Line)" – 7:40
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Harmonium)" – 2:41
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Ricki Tik Tik Mix)" – 5:27
  4. "Memphisto" – 4:05
  • released as 3" CD

CD: Mute / XLCDBong18 (UK)

  1. "Enjoy The Silence (The Quad: Final Mix)" - 15:27

CD: Mute / CDBong18X (EU)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence" – 4:15
  2. "Memphisto" – 4:02
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Hands and Feet Mix 3" Edit)" – 6:41
  4. "Enjoy the Silence (Ecstatic Dub Edit)" – 5:45
  5. "Sibeling" – 3:15
  6. "Enjoy the Silence (Bass Line)" – 7:42
  7. "Enjoy the Silence (Harmonium)" – 2:41
  8. "Enjoy the Silence (Ricki Tik Tik Mix Promo Version)" – 5:59
  9. "Enjoy the Silence (The Quad: Final Mix)" – 15:30
  • This CD is the 2004 box set re-release

Promo 12": Mute / P12Bong18 (UK)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Bass Line)" – 7:40
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Hands and Feet Mix 3" Edit)" – 6:41
  3. "Enjoy the Silence" – 4:15

Promo CD: Mute / CDBong18R (UK)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence" – 4:15
  2. "Memphisto" – 4:02

12"/Cassette: Sire/Reprise / 0-21490 / 4-21490 (US)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (The Quad: Final Mix)" – 15:27
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Ecstatic Dub)" – 5:54
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Bass Line)" – 7:40
  4. "Enjoy the Silence (Hands and Feet Mix)" – 7:20
  5. "Memphisto" – 4:05

CD: Sire/Reprise / 21490-2 (US)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence" – 4:15
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Hands and Feet Mix)" – 7:18
  3. "Sibeling" – 3:15
  4. "Enjoy the Silence (Bass Line)" – 7:40
  5. "Enjoy the Silence (Ecstatic Dub)" – 5:54
  6. "Memphisto" – 4:02
  7. "Enjoy the Silence (Ricki Tik Tik Mix)" – 5:27
  8. "Enjoy the Silence (Harmonium)" - 2:41

Promo CD: Sire/Reprise / PRO-CD-3976 (US)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence" – 4:18
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Hands and Feet Mix)" – 7:20
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Bass Line)" – 7:40

  Notes and personnel

  • The US singles were released on February 27, 1990.
  • All songs written by Martin L. Gore.
  • David Gahan sings all versions of "Enjoy the Silence" except the "Harmonium" version which is sung by Martin Gore.
  • "Sibeling" and "Memphisto" are instrumentals.
  • "Enjoy the Silence" was recorded at Puk Studios, Denmark and engineered by Peter Iversen.
  • "Sibeling" and "Memphisto" were recorded and mixed at The Church, London and engineered by Steve Lyon.
  • The 7" version of "Enjoy the Silence" and the "Ricki Tik Tik Mix" was mixed by Daniel Miller and Phil Legg at Master Rock Studios, London.
  • The "Hands and Feet Mix" and "Ecstatic Dub" were mixed by Francois Kevorkian at The Church, London and engineered by Steve Lyon.
  • The "Bass Line" version was mixed by Francois Kevorkian at Axis, New York and engineered by Goh Hotoda.
  • The "Harmonium" version was mixed by Depeche Mode at The Church, London and engineered by Steve Lyon.
  • "The Quad: Final Mix" was mixed by Tim Simenon, Holger Hiller, Gareth Jones with Mimi Izumi Kobayashi, and Adrian Sherwood with David Harrow at Worldwide Studios, London and engineered by Paul Kendall. Contains samples from Luc Ferrari's composition Visage V.
  • Pitchfork Media included the song at number 15 on their Top 200 Tracks of the 90s.[6]

  Enjoy the Silence 04

"Enjoy the Silence 04"
Single by Depeche Mode
from the album Remixes 81 - 04
B-side "Halo [Goldfrapp Remix]"
Released 18 October 2004
Format CD, vinyl record (12"), digital download
Recorded Originally in 1989, Remixed in 2004
Genre Alternative rock, electronic rock
Length 3:32
Label Mute Records
Writer(s) Martin Gore
Producer Mike Shinoda
Depeche Mode singles chronology
"Goodnight Lovers"
(2002)
"Enjoy the Silence 04"
(2004)
"Precious"
(2005)
Music video
"Enjoy the Silence 04" at DepecheMode.com

"Enjoy the Silence" was re-released as a single in 2004 for the Depeche Mode remix project Remixes 81 - 04, and was titled "Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted)" or, more simply, "Enjoy the Silence 04". The "Reinterpreted" version was remixed by Mike Shinoda, the rapper and producer for the American band Linkin Park.

  Track sistings

CD: Mute / CDBong34 (EU)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted)" – 3:32
  2. "Halo (Goldfrapp Remix)" – 4:22

CD: Mute / LCDBong34 (EU)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)" – 8:41
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Ewan Pearson Remix [Radio Edit])" – 3:33
  3. "Something to Do (Black Strobe Remix)" – 7:11

CD: Mute / XLCDBong34 (EU)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Richard X Extended Mix)" – 8:22
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Ewan Pearson Extended Remix)" – 8:39
  3. "World in My Eyes (Cicada Remix)" – 6:18
  4. "Mercy in You (The BRAT Mix)" – 7:03

12": Mute / 12Bong34 (EU)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)" – 8:41
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Ewan Pearson Extended Remix)" – 8:39

12": Mute / L12Bong34 (EU)

  1. "Something to Do (Black Strobe Remix)" – 7:11
  2. "World in My Eyes (Cicada Remix)" – 6:18
  3. "Photographic (Rex the Dog Dubb Mix)" – 6:20

12": Mute / XL12Bong34 (EU)

  1. "Halo (Goldfrapp Remix)" – 4:22
  2. "Clean (Colder Version)" – 7:09
  3. "Little 15 (Ulrich Schnauss Remix)" – 4:52

Promo 2x12": Mute / P12Bong34 (EU)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)" – 8:41
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Ewan Pearson Extended Remix)" – 8:39
  3. "Enjoy The Silence (Richard X Extended Mix)" - 8:22
  4. "Enjoy The Silence (Ewan Pearson Extended Instrumental)" - 8:35

Promo 12": Mute / PL12Bong34 (EU)

  1. "Something to Do (Black Strobe Remix)" – 7:11
  2. "World in My Eyes (Cicada Remix)" – 6:18
  3. "Photographic (Rex the Dog Dubb Mix)" – 6:20

Promo 12": Mute / PXL12Bong34 (EU)

  1. "Halo (Goldfrapp Remix)" – 4:22
  2. "Clean (Colder Version)" – 7:09
  3. "Little 15 (Ulrich Schnauss Remix)" – 4:52

Radio Promo CD: Mute / RCDBong34 (EU)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted By Mike Shinoda)" – 3:32
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Richard X Mix)" – 3:30
  3. "World in My Eyes (Ewan Pearson Remix (Radio Edit))" – 3:33

12": Reprise / 42757-0 (US)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)" – 8:41
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Ewan Pearson Extended Remix)" – 8:39
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Richard X Extended Mix)" – 8:22
  4. "World in My Eyes (Cicada Remix)" – 6:18

CD: Reprise / 42757-2 (US)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted)" – 3:32
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)" – 8:41
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Ewan Pearson Extended Remix)" – 8:39
  4. "Enjoy the Silence (Richard X Extended Mix)" – 8:22
  5. "World in My Eyes (Cicada Remix)" – 6:18
  6. "Something to Do (Black Strobe Remix)" – 7:11

Promo 12": Reprise / PRO-A-101419A (US)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted)" – 3:32
  2. "Nothing (Headcleanr Rock Mix)" – 3:30
  3. "Halo (Goldfrapp Remix)" – 4:22

Promo 2x12": Reprise / PRO-A-101430 (US)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted)" – 3:32
  2. "Enjoy the Silence (Ewan Pearson Extended Remix)" – 8:39
  3. "Enjoy the Silence (Richard X Extended Mix)" – 8:22
  4. "Enjoy the Silence (Timo Maas Extended Remix)" – 8:41
  5. "World In My Eyes (Cicada Remix)" – 6:18
  6. "Something To Do (Black Strobe Remix)" – 7:11

Promo CD: Reprise / PRO-CDR-101419 (US)

  1. "Enjoy the Silence (Reinterpreted)" – 3:33
  2. "Nothing (Headcleanr Rock Mix)" – 3:31
  3. "Halo (Goldfrapp Remix)" – 4:22

  Official music video

Mike Shinoda's "Enjoy the Silence 04" was a distortion guitar-driven version of the song, in which he imprinted Linkin Park's distinctive nu metal sound. Its animated music video was directed by Uwe Flade. Monitors in the animation show performances of "Enjoy the Silence" excerpted from Devotional and One Night in Paris, as well as footage from a concert from The Singles Tour filmed in Cologne in 1998 for MTV.

  Charts

  Peak positions

Chart (1990) Peak
position
Austrian Singles Chart[7] 13
Canadian RPM Top Singles[8] 14
Canadian RPM Dance/Urban[9] 5
Danish Singles Chart[10] 1
Dutch Singles Chart[11] 5
Finnish Singles Chart[12] 2
French Singles Chart[13] 9
German Singles Chart[14] 2
Hungarian Singles Chart[15] 2
Irish Singles Chart[16] 3
Italian Singles Chart[17] 5
Spanish Singles Chart[18] 1
Swedish Singles Chart[19] 5
Swiss Singles Chart[20] 2
UK Singles Chart[21] 6
US Billboard Hot 100[22] 8
US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play[22] 6
US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks[22] 1

  End of year charts

End of year chart (1990) Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[23] 66

  Certifications

Country Certification Sales/shipments
Germany Gold[2] 250,000
United States Gold 500,000

  Covers


  Lacuna Coil version

"Enjoy the Silence"
Single by Lacuna Coil
from the album Karmacode
B-side "Virtual Environment"
Released June, 2006
Format CD, digital download, vinyl
Recorded 2005
Genre Gothic rock
Label Century Media
Producer Waldemar Sorychta
Lacuna Coil singles chronology
"Our Truth"
(2006)
"Enjoy the Silence"
(2006)
"Closer"
(2006)
Music sample
 
"Enjoy the Silence" from Karmacode

"Enjoy the Silence" is the second single by Lacuna Coil from their album Karmacode. It made the New York Post's Top 100 Cover Songs list.[24]

There is a UK version of the video and an International one. Both videos, shot with Closer music video on March 12, 2006, include the band performing in a dark room, but aside from that the UK version shows live clips of the London Forum show, while the International one shows scenes of a city (Portland, Oregon), the countryside, and a bay.

  • Director: Fort Awesome (Nathan Cox & Zach Merck)
  • Director of Photography: Dave Kalvert
  • Editor: Fort Awesome
  • Production Company: Rocket Entertainment

There are three "volumes" of the single.

Volume I
  1. "Enjoy the Silence" - 4:08
  2. The Edge (Live) - 3:28
  3. Fragile (Live) - 4:40
  4. Video Interview (Enhanced Video)
Volume II
  1. "Enjoy the Silence"
  2. "To the Edge" (Live)
  3. "Fragile" (Live)
  4. "Tight Rope" (Live)
Volume III (Picture Disc)
  1. "Enjoy the Silence"
  2. "Silence"
Digital Single
  1. "Enjoy the Silence" - 4:06
  2. "Virtual Environment" - 5:23
  3. "To the Edge" (Live) - 3:28
  4. "Fragile" (Live) - 4:40
  5. "Tight Rope" (Live) - 4:54
  6. "Enjoy the Silence" (Live) - 4:22

  External links

  References

  1. ^ Malins, Steve (2001). Depeche Mode : A Biography. Andre Deutsch. p. 272. ISBN 978-0-233-99430-7. 
  2. ^ a b "Gold-/Platin-Datenbank ('Enjoy the Silence')" (in German). Bundesverband Musikindustrie. http://www.musikindustrie.de/gold_platin_datenbank/?action=suche&strTitel=Enjoy+the+Silence&strInterpret=&strTtArt=alle&strAwards=checked. 
  3. ^ The BRITs 1991 | The BRIT Awards 2011
  4. ^ "Info for the masses". Agent Orange > A Greek Depeche Mode site. Archived from the original on 2 January 2004. http://web.archive.org/web/20040102210801/http://www.sitemaker.gr/mode101/assets/facts.htm. Retrieved 7 September 2011. 
  5. ^ YouTube - DEPECHE MODE Enjoy The Silence ► WTC Twin Towers full clip
  6. ^ Pitchfork Top 200 Tracks of the 90s
  7. ^ "Discographie Depeche Mode". AustrianCharts.at. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  8. ^ Canadian RPM peak
  9. ^ Canadian RPM peak
  10. ^ "Discography Depeche Mode". DanishCharts.com. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  11. ^ "Discografie Depeche Mode". DutchCharts.nl. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  12. ^ "Discography Depeche Mode". FinnishCharts.com. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  13. ^ "Discographie Depeche Mode". LesCharts.com. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  14. ^ "Chartverfolgung / Depeche Mode / Single". MusicLine.de. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  15. ^ "Hungarian Singles Chart" (in Hungarian). Mahasz. http://www.mahasz.hu/?menu=slagerlistak&menu2=archivum. Retrieved 10 April 2010. 
  16. ^ Irish Charts Type 'Enjoy The Silence' into Search by Song Title. Retrieved 7 September 2011.
  17. ^ "Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence (Song)". ItalianCharts.com. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  18. ^ "Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence (Song)". SpanishCharts.com. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  19. ^ "Discography Depeche Mode". SwedishCharts.com. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  20. ^ "Discography Depeche Mode". SwissCharts.com. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  21. ^ "Chart Stats: Depeche Mode". ChartStats.com. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  22. ^ a b c "Depeche Mode - Charts & Awards - Billboard Singles". Allmusic. Retrieved 5 May 2009.
  23. ^ "Billboard Top 100 - 1990". Archived from the original on 2010-01-16. http://longboredsurfer.com/charts.php?year=1990. Retrieved 2009-09-15. 
  24. ^ Huhn, Mary; Shen, Maxine (18 July 2007). "THEY'VE GOT IT COVERED - THE 100 BEST COVER SONGS OF ALL TIME". New York Post. http://www.nypost.com/p/entertainment/music/item_yboCIOlWEPWFQXIdYrqo6N. Retrieved 7 September 2011. 
   
               

 

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