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Recoil is the musical project of former Depeche Mode member, Alan Wilder, and Mute will release the project's last three albums Liquid, Unsound Methods and subHuman. Originally a solo venture for Alan's more experimental work outside of Depeche Mode, Recoil became his primary music project after he announced his departure from the band in 1995. After a 6-year break from recording, Alan Wilder returned with Recoil's fifth studio album, subHuman. This dark electronic album, which sets the listener a challenge to analyse what makes us human and subHuman, is a collaboration with bluesman Joe Richardson, who Wilder came across via a Google search. Richardson provided guitar, harmonica and eerie vocals dealing with themes of murder, death, and religion. Singer Carla Trevaskis llent her ethereal vocals on 'Allelujah'.
Recoil is the musical project of former Depeche Mode member, Alan Wilder, and Mute will release the project's last three albums Liquid, Unsound Methods and subHuman. Originally a solo venture for Alan's more experimental work outside of Depeche Mode, Recoil became his primary music project after he announced his departure from the band in 1995. After a 6-year break from recording, Alan Wilder returned with Recoil's fifth studio album, subHuman. This dark electronic album, which sets the listener a challenge to analyse what makes us human and subHuman, is a collaboration with bluesman Joe Richardson, who Wilder came across via a Google search. Richardson provided guitar, harmonica and eerie vocals dealing with themes of murder, death, and religion. Singer Carla Trevaskis llent her ethereal vocals on 'Allelujah'.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MUTE U.S.
Rel. Date: 11/11/2022
UPC: 5400863069858

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Artist: Recoil
Format: Vinyl
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Recoil is the musical project of former Depeche Mode member, Alan Wilder, and Mute will release the project's last three albums Liquid, Unsound Methods and subHuman. Originally a solo venture for Alan's more experimental work outside of Depeche Mode, Recoil became his primary music project after he announced his departure from the band in 1995. After a 6-year break from recording, Alan Wilder returned with Recoil's fifth studio album, subHuman. This dark electronic album, which sets the listener a challenge to analyse what makes us human and subHuman, is a collaboration with bluesman Joe Richardson, who Wilder came across via a Google search. Richardson provided guitar, harmonica and eerie vocals dealing with themes of murder, death, and religion. Singer Carla Trevaskis llent her ethereal vocals on 'Allelujah'.
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