Liquid is the fifth studio album by Recoil, released by Mute Records on March 21, 2000. It was recorded at Alan Wilder's home studio, The Thin Line, in Sussex, during sessions that lasted from July 1998 to June 1999. The album was produced by Alan Wilder, with production assistance and co-ordination by Hepzibah Sessa, and additional production and sound design by PK. Liquid is Recoil's fifth album release.
This song is by Recoil, features Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet and appear. n the album Liquid (2000). on the single Jezebel (2000). on the compilation album Selected (2010). Well stop, great God, stop there and listen, listen to the story 'bout Jezebel.
When i am listening to something from Recoil, my first thought is wow something is missing, and my second thought is - yeah - the voice of Dave Gahan and this tiny bit of depression, that made me crazy about this band. When I am listening to the last songs from DM, I mean without Alan Wilder, what I am thinking is that the band needs the DRUMS and this special dirty beat and rhythm.
Liquid is the fifth studio album by Recoil, released by Mute Records on March 21, 2000. CD: Mute, CD MUTE 233 (UK). Jezebel" (The Slick Sixty vs. RJ remix). Electro Blues for Bukka White" (2000 Version; Music: Wilder, Words: Bukka White). Black Box" (Complete).
Liquid is Recoil's fifth album release. Liquid's music continues in much the same vein as his previous album, Unsound Methods, but it considered to be a concept album revolving around a near-death experience in 1994. Wilder and his partner, Hepzibah Sessa, were driving in Scotland and a Tornado Bomber hit a hillside in front of them, and two airmen were killed. Recoil again picked a diverse set guest vocalists - internationally acclaimed (and fellow Mute artist) Diamanda Galás, 1940s gospel singers the Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet, New York spoken word performers Nicole Blackman and Samantha Coerbell, and Catalan narrator (and Recoil fan) Rosa Torras.
CreditsRecoil - Primary Artist
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