RECOIL - Bloodline

Bloodline is the second Recoil studio album, released April 14, 1992. It was recorded at Konk Studio, in London,
during sessions that lasted from January to March 1991, being mixed
late that same year. The album was produced by Alan Wilder, engineered
by Steve Lyon, and assisted by Dave Eringa.

Bloodline was Alan Wilder's third Recoil release.

After completing Depeche Mode's most successful album, Violator, and subsequent World Violation Tour (with Nitzer Ebb as the support act), Wilder co-produced Nitzer's 1991 album Ebbhead. This cemented both a good personal and working relationship with Nitzer lead singer Douglas McCarthy.[3]
After completing the Nitzer Ebb album, Wilder went to work on his solo
project, and McCarthy returned the favor by performing on the Recoil

Wilder recruited guest vocalists for the first time: Moby, Toni Halliday (from the band Curve), and Douglas McCarthy, helping produce a significant move forward. It also marked the first Recoil single, a cover of the Alex Harvey song "Faith Healer".[4]

The album is also notable for the track "Electro Blues for Bukka White",
which introduced the idea of taking very old recordings and setting
them in a new electronic setting. Moby, who contributed vocals for the
song "Curse" under the name R.Hall, arguably used this inspiration for
his breakthrough 1999 album, Play, for which he used several old field recordings by Alan Lomax, much as Wilder had used a 1937 recording of White's "Shake 'Em on Down".

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Price: 8.00€