Alan Wilder was sort of Depeche Mode's George Harrison—the soft-spoken if unsung keyboard architect of the band's blacker celebrations. He's better working from someone else's blueprints: His solo work as Recoil is more about run-on sound design than it is about songs. But to his credit, Wilder's also the guy whose early Recoil tracks hipped Moby to the potential of sampling old... More >>>