Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil
Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil

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.

Recorded at Alan Wilder’s home studio, Unsound Methods is Recoil’s fourth studio album. The record included a number of collaborators, with four separate solo vocalists: Douglas McCarthy of Nitzer Ebb, Siobhan Lynch, New York spoken word artist and poet Maggie Estep, and Hildia Cambell, who Wilder worked with on his final Depeche Mode album. Although all collaborators were allowed free range, Unsound Methods still reverberates as the epitome of Recoil’s dark and atmospheric sound.

Recoil

Unsound Methods

Mute
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Album artwork for Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil by Unsound Methods - Recoil
Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil
LPx2

£29.99

With Printed Inner Sleeves.

Transparent Green

Includes download code
Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

LSTUMM159

Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil
CD

£10.99

With Booklet.

Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

CDSTUMM159

Recoil

Unsound Methods

Mute
Album artwork for Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil by Unsound Methods - Recoil
Album artwork for Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil by Unsound Methods - Recoil
Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil
LPx2

£29.99

With Printed Inner Sleeves.

Transparent Green

Includes download code
Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

LSTUMM159

Album artwork for Unsound Methods by Recoil
CD

£10.99

With Booklet.

Released 11/11/2022Catalogue Number

CDSTUMM159

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.

Recorded at Alan Wilder’s home studio, Unsound Methods is Recoil’s fourth studio album. The record included a number of collaborators, with four separate solo vocalists: Douglas McCarthy of Nitzer Ebb, Siobhan Lynch, New York spoken word artist and poet Maggie Estep, and Hildia Cambell, who Wilder worked with on his final Depeche Mode album. Although all collaborators were allowed free range, Unsound Methods still reverberates as the epitome of Recoil’s dark and atmospheric sound.