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A great effort from Wilder, but....

I may be a little annoyed by the reviewer stating that Wilder's project being a more viable endeavor than latter day Depeche Mode. First off, you must account for the fact that DM is first and foremost an alternative group which nonetheless must be commercial to a certain degree. Second, Recoil was originally Wilder's outlet for the frustration he felt of alway having to work in a pop format in his days in Depeche Mode. This will always be an avant-garde venture, and not a chart topper. Nonetheless, this is not an attack on Wilder or his work.

It is a solid album without pretentious labeling some artist gain after going solo for one reason or another. Incubus is a great track missing from his greatest hits collection. Red River Cargo is great as well, glad to see Wilder added it to his tour setlist, which by the way am glad to say thank you for your planned stop over in Santa Ana later this month. Hope to him and Martin there.

Alan's best album. A must have.

I have all of Alan's works and Unsound Methods is one of the best. Liquid in second. Amazing albums and a very different type of music. Pure artwork.

Biography

Born: June 1, 1959 in Hammersmith, London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Alan Wilder has released solo material as Recoil since 1986. A keyboardist, songwriter, arranger, and producer, Wilder was a key member of Depeche Mode for well over a decade, throughout the band's most successful years. At first, Recoil was a platform for lengthy, experimental, and electronic-oriented pieces, but Wilder later gravitated toward shorter, more dramatic tracks — typically around six minutes in length — that often incorporated spoken word artists and guest vocalists, as well...
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