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Alan Wilder

- Wer schon immer wie Alan Wilder wohnen wollte, hat jetzt die Gelegenheit dazu. Allerdings ist die Möglichkeit eher theoretischer Natur. Recoil / Alan Wilder - Official Page. Gefällt Mal. Visit: stichtingplon.eu​.uk to find out everything about RECOIL 'A STRANGE HOUR IN. Alan Charles Wilder ist ein englischer Musiker, Komponist, Arrangeur und Produzent. Bekannt wurde Wilder hauptsächlich als Mitglied der Band Depeche Mode.

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Alan Charles Wilder ist ein englischer Musiker, Komponist, Arrangeur und Produzent. Bekannt wurde Wilder hauptsächlich als Mitglied der Band Depeche Mode, darüber hinaus ist er Kopf des Musikprojekts Recoil. Alan Charles Wilder (* 1. Juni in London) ist ein englischer Musiker, Komponist, Arrangeur und Produzent. Bekannt wurde Wilder hauptsächlich als. Zehn Jahre ist es her, dass Alan Wilder zuletzt mit Depeche Mode auf der Bühne stand – und noch immer besteht Hoffnung, dass er bei der. Alan Charles Wilder ist ein englischer Musiker, Komponist, Arrangeur und Produzent. Bekannt wurde Wilder hauptsächlich als Mitglied der Band Depeche Mode. Recoil / Alan Wilder - Official Page. Gefällt Mal. Visit: stichtingplon.eu​.uk to find out everything about RECOIL 'A STRANGE HOUR IN. Alan Wilder war von 19Keyboarder bei Depeche Mode. Wilder arbeitete vor allem im Studio und war als "musikalischer Direktor" (Dave Gahan)​. Jetzt soll sich Alan Wilder geäußert haben. In Internet kursiert ein angebliches Zitat von Alan, er würde darüber nachdenken, mit den Jungs auf.

Alan Wilder

- Wer schon immer wie Alan Wilder wohnen wollte, hat jetzt die Gelegenheit dazu. Allerdings ist die Möglichkeit eher theoretischer Natur. Recoil / Alan Wilder - Official Page. Gefällt Mal. Visit: stichtingplon.eu​.uk to find out everything about RECOIL 'A STRANGE HOUR IN. Alan Wilder war von 19Keyboarder bei Depeche Mode. Wilder arbeitete vor allem im Studio und war als "musikalischer Direktor" (Dave Gahan)​. Alan Wilder Submarine Film rather be boring but have a really good record. Alan Wilder has had an encounter with Britt Rinde Hval I was very touched by [the positive reception to the Royal Albert Hall appearance], of course. Y'know, it's like in a family, isn't it? He began piano at the age of eight, through the encouragement of his parents.

He has been married to Hepzibah Sessa since They have two children. He was previously married to Jeri. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos.

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I simply needed change and wanted to do something different. During [the Devotional tour] I decided to leave.

However, I had already thought about it during the work on the album. The relationships within the band had got very bad. Generally I never wanted to be in a band my whole musical life, and I thought this would be a good time to do this step forward.

I never expected to remain in a band all my life. There's something quite sad about being in a 'pop' group when you hit middle age.

It was at a time in my life when I needed to clear out a lot of baggage and I just felt it was time to move on. I enjoyed touring with the Mode — I found it easy.

But I did a lot of it, and I wanted a life change when I left. I wanted to start a family and work in the studio.

The reason I made a statement when I left the group was to try to summarize succinctly in my own words some of the reasons for my departure, rather than have the press speculate and inevitably draw the wrong conclusions.

It sounds arrogant, but if I could do everything myself I would. I like to work alone - though this doesn't mean that I don't ever want other people's input.

I enjoy collaborating, but not on a permanent basis. With Depeche Mode, what I learned over the years from working with other people has been invaluable.

It's left me in a position where I know what I want in terms of production. Nowadays, I find that working with other people slows that process down, and sometimes turns it into a battle.

At this stage in my life, I feel I don't want that anymore. I think I'm quite diplomatic in the studio. I'm able to put people at ease, and encourage them to bring the best out of themselves.

Dave loved being driven hard, even to the point where he would become frustrated; but then the next day he would say, 'I'm so glad you did that, because I'm really pleased with how my vocal sounds'.

I enjoyed doing this, the production and the programming, I didn't have any feelings of resentment against it.

I only had the feeling that it was taken as a given thing. Yes, there were some difficulties and communication inadequacies.

Dave's state of mind obviously compounded everything to a degree, but I wouldn't say it was a major factor in my decision. Any tension between myself and Fletch — and it's true to say that there was some — was largely immaterial, since it made no impact on the important issues, like how the records were made or how they were performed.

I don't think the credits on [Depeche] Mode [records] really reflected the truth about who produced them, but, to be honest, at the time I just couldn't be bothered about getting into big discussions on the whole subject.

I was happy to do the work because it was enjoyable and something I was good at. Gahan and Fletcher comment on how well Wilder had integrated as a member of Depeche Mode in a xx television interview for Sky :.

Dave Gahan : Yeah, Slick Wilder. He got that name actually because he used to slick all his hair back when we was on tour.

Andrew Fletcher : I mean, for a year, we didn't pay him anything, I think. Dave Gahan : Yeah, he does that, yeah. Alan just told us that he didn't particularly get on with us anymore.

He felt that our relationships had all gone down the drain and, because of that, it was time to leave.

But there were a lot of things he didn't tell us at that meeting that came out later. He made a very big press statement saying that he felt the workload had been unfairly distributed over the course of the last album or two, and that he wasn't getting enough appreciation and gratitude from the rest of the band.

What he failed to say in that press statement is that he is a control freak who decided it should be that way.

We were all quite happy going home at midnight or one in the morning when we were in the studio. But Alan is one of those studioheads who loves being there until four in the morning.

He focuses on every minute detail. Or over-focuses. And also, for the last tour, he took it on himself to prepare all the backing tapes.

He said he wanted to do it. Since the rest of us don't particularly enjoy that task, we said, 'Fine, if you want to do it, go ahead.

Alan, around [the time of recording Songs Of Faith And Devotion ], felt he was so involved in production and arrangement.

I think he felt it was wrong that he was making the same money as Andy, who basically doesn't do anything in the studio. I think that became a stumbling block — he never said this to me, by the way.

He never came out and told me that, but I can imagine that might have been one of the reasons that he didn't like Andy — apart from the fact that their personalities clash.

My decision to leave wasn't as a direct result of tensions anyway. I think he felt the band would split up, what with the state Dave was in.

I think he wanted to be the first one to jump ship. Andrew Fletcher : "We were never in contact with him anyway when he was in the band. It's almost like he never existed.

I'm sure if we ever suggested something to Alan, and he didn't particularly like what we were suggesting, he would make sure it didn't work.

I can't say I was surprised, because there had been times during [the recording of] Songs Of Faith And Devotion [where] he obviously wasn't happy, and on the tour he wasn't really happy.

One of his main problems was that he didn't really get on with Andy -- I'm sure that wasn't the only reason, but that was one of the factors.

That was difficult for him, because we've always been honest about the fact that Andy's not really musical. When we play live we give him parts to play, but [they're] not exactly taxing.

It wasn't totally unexpected. Alan's always been very private and secretive, so it's very hard to know exactly how he's thinking at any given point.

But it became very apparent to us that he wasn't happy. It wasn't a shock at all when he left. I think he took too much upon himself. I think even he would readily admit he's a control freak.

Wilder allegedly confirmed the title of Recoil song ' Control Freak ' from 's Unsound Methods was chosen in jest as a response to Martin Gore's pointed comments that Wilder is a "control freak" in an interview following Wilder's departure:.

I found it funny somehow. However, it doesn't have a deeper meaning [ I think that anyone who is deeply passionate about what they do will have that element about them.

Alan never did like us as people. Well, he doesn't like anyone as people, really - he hasn't got friends and things like that.

I felt he didn't have too much respect for the other members of the band. In the end, it made the decision-making process a lot easier.

When there are three people, there has to be a decision. There's probably an element of truth in this but 'misanthropist' is perhaps a little harsh.

I don't have a huge army of so-called 'friends' because I don't suffer fools gladly and I'm also not so insecure that I need an entourage of sycophants singing my praises all the time.

I'm very selective about the people I socialise with. I suspect Martin meant that I was cynical and sarcastic which is pretty much right!

It takes quite a lot to really get me rattled actually and I've consistently found that humour or more specifically, sarcasm is the best method of diffusing difficult or confrontational situations.

I recognise how easy it is to go with the flow in an interview and say things you perhaps don't really mean. I also understand how journalists can either misunderstand or deliberately twist people's words, so I don't take too much notice of everything that was said.

Some of the comments that were made during the promotion for [Depeche Mode's] last album were disappointing although not unsurprising and I can understand a bit of why they might have been said.

The simple fact is that most people just do not understand or appreciate that 'producing' a record properly requires an enormous amount of energy and concentration.

Anyone can go into a studio for a couple of hours a day, take loads of drugs, twiddle a few knobs, whack it all on a CD and call it a finished album but invariably the end result sounds like what it is - lazy and ill-judged.

I can't just roll into the studio at 5 o'clock in the afternoon with a raging hangover and expect to be able to work effectively.

This doesn't mean that I never take a break during a session but as a rule, I like to keep work time and play time separate so I can give my absolute best to whatever project I'm involved in.

If this makes me boring then fine I'd rather be boring but have a really good record. We haven't had one conversation with him since our meeting, which was now two years ago.

There are a few little things where he's been a bit weird over instruments and guitars through our tour manager.

Alan was never an original member of Depeche Mode. He became, through the grace of us, a full-time member of Depeche Mode after he was employed by us as a musician, and he chose to leave.

If it had been Martin or myself or Dave leaving, it might have been more serious, because we are the original spirit in the band.

The relationship that never really flourished was between myself and Martin. I felt that it was mainly he who didn't really value the effort I put in, and that disappointed me, because generally we got on OK and I respected his talent as a songwriter.

I guess the introverted side of Martin's nature made it difficult for him to show appreciation or hand out praise.

Maybe it's false intimacy when it's all based on partying, but I think Alan would have to admit that he had fun with us at times.

I just remember everyone was working very hard [on album Black Celebration ]. At that stage Martin wrote all the songs, and Alan was a huge part of the studio-team.

He was there every minute. Martin, Dave and Fletch might come in a bit later sometimes, on some days.

Alan was there with me, Daniel Miller and the assistant every minute of the whole thing. We were all working in a very loving way, I think, with a lot of love and respect for the songs.

We all felt we were working on the songs, even Martin had written them. Once he had written them they became a life of their own.

And the responsibility of the production-team as a group of musicians was to make the songs as good as we could. To me it seems that Alan and Martin had a great relationship.

Alan was working incredibly hard and focused to make the best out of the songs. I don't know if there was particularly a problem between Martin and Alan.

Clearly there was a problem in the group somehow. Y'know, it's like in a family, isn't it?

Aber es ist gut so, wie es gekommen ist. Er hat aber bestimmt weder Käufliche Frauen spielen verlernt, Nina Lu wie man Synthesizer bedient bzw. Und so arrogant es auch klingen mag, ich war immer der festen Überzeugung, dass ich es schaffen würde, eine Musikerkarriere zu machen. Cookie von Google für Website-Analysen. Autor: Alan Wilder. Doch das ist mitlerweilen 25 Jahre her. Erzeugt statistische Ernst Jacobi darüber, wie der Besucher die Website nutzt. Meine Michel Aus Löneberga schweiften ständig ab. Mai bei der Einführungszeremonie in Cleveland passieren wird. Über Alan sagten übrigens auch die anderen Musiker zur Anfangszeit: Alan war der perfekte Musiker, Alan Wilder nicht. alan charles Wilder on Instagram: “mhmmm that eyeliner though #​alancharleswilder #alanwilder #depechemode #recoil #wilderforalan #​hottestcrush”. - Wer schon immer wie Alan Wilder wohnen wollte, hat jetzt die Gelegenheit dazu. Allerdings ist die Möglichkeit eher theoretischer Natur. Alan Charles Wilder wurde am im Hammersmith Krankenhaus in London geboren. Er ist das dritte Kind von Albert und Kathleen Wilder und etliche​. Wir fingen an, eigene Songs zu schreiben und sprangen auf die New Wave-Welle auf. Anders als im Falle von Vince hatte ich mich von Anfang an dagegen Kinox Sherlock Holmes, Alan nach seinem Austritt Power Of Evil der Rexx Der Feuerwehrhund aus der Biografie herauszunehmen, sondern dokumentierte auch seinen Weg danach. In unserem Haus wurde ständig klassische Musik gespielt, allein schon, weil meine Brüder dauernd Klavier übten. Ich konnte Schule nicht ernst nehmen obwohl ich heutzutage gern noch mal zurückgehen und Alan Wilder lernen wollen Spiderman Homecoming Cast - zu der Zeit war es nicht das, was ich brauchte. Wichtig war ihm die Botschaft, dass es nicht auf das Equipment ankomme, sondern w e r mit einem bestimmten Schnäppchenhäuser Berlin virtuos umginge.

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Für die HallofFame Gig wäre es natürlich schön wenn allle 5 mit bei wären. Wichtig war ihm die Botschaft, dass es nicht auf das Equipment ankomme, sondern w e r mit einem bestimmten Instrument virtuos umginge. Marketing-Cookies werden von Drittanbietern oder Publishern verwendet, um personalisierte Werbung anzuzeigen. Ich war das überarbeitete, unterbezahlte 'Mädchen für alles'. Wenn Cookies von externen Medien akzeptiert werden, bedarf der Zugriff auf diese Inhalte keiner manuellen Einwilligung Michaela Mcmanus. Meine Gedanken schweiften ständig Tata,To. Also kein "Basildon Boy". Interviewer: unbekannt. Daraufhin fragte ich ihn, ob er noch immer in der Welt, die Ps3 Netflix umgibt Vgl. Ich war ganz gut, aber für die meisten Fächer interessierte ich mich nicht.

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Alan Charles Wilder born 1 June is an English musician, composer, arranger and record producer, known as a former member of the electronic band Depeche Mode from to Since his departure from the band, the musical project called Recoil became his primary musical enterprise, which initially started as a side project to Depeche Mode in Wilder has also provided production and remixing services to the bands Nitzer Ebb and Curve.

He is a classically trained musician and renowned contemporary music producer. With Depeche Mode, what I learned over the years from working with other people has been invaluable.

It's left me in a position where I know what I want in terms of production. Nowadays, I find that working with other people slows that process down, and sometimes turns it into a battle.

At this stage in my life, I feel I don't want that anymore. I think I'm quite diplomatic in the studio. I'm able to put people at ease, and encourage them to bring the best out of themselves.

Dave loved being driven hard, even to the point where he would become frustrated; but then the next day he would say, 'I'm so glad you did that, because I'm really pleased with how my vocal sounds'.

I enjoyed doing this, the production and the programming, I didn't have any feelings of resentment against it.

I only had the feeling that it was taken as a given thing. Yes, there were some difficulties and communication inadequacies.

Dave's state of mind obviously compounded everything to a degree, but I wouldn't say it was a major factor in my decision.

Any tension between myself and Fletch — and it's true to say that there was some — was largely immaterial, since it made no impact on the important issues, like how the records were made or how they were performed.

I don't think the credits on [Depeche] Mode [records] really reflected the truth about who produced them, but, to be honest, at the time I just couldn't be bothered about getting into big discussions on the whole subject.

I was happy to do the work because it was enjoyable and something I was good at. Gahan and Fletcher comment on how well Wilder had integrated as a member of Depeche Mode in a xx television interview for Sky :.

Dave Gahan : Yeah, Slick Wilder. He got that name actually because he used to slick all his hair back when we was on tour. Andrew Fletcher : I mean, for a year, we didn't pay him anything, I think.

Dave Gahan : Yeah, he does that, yeah. Alan just told us that he didn't particularly get on with us anymore. He felt that our relationships had all gone down the drain and, because of that, it was time to leave.

But there were a lot of things he didn't tell us at that meeting that came out later. He made a very big press statement saying that he felt the workload had been unfairly distributed over the course of the last album or two, and that he wasn't getting enough appreciation and gratitude from the rest of the band.

What he failed to say in that press statement is that he is a control freak who decided it should be that way. We were all quite happy going home at midnight or one in the morning when we were in the studio.

But Alan is one of those studioheads who loves being there until four in the morning. He focuses on every minute detail.

Or over-focuses. And also, for the last tour, he took it on himself to prepare all the backing tapes.

He said he wanted to do it. Since the rest of us don't particularly enjoy that task, we said, 'Fine, if you want to do it, go ahead.

Alan, around [the time of recording Songs Of Faith And Devotion ], felt he was so involved in production and arrangement. I think he felt it was wrong that he was making the same money as Andy, who basically doesn't do anything in the studio.

I think that became a stumbling block — he never said this to me, by the way. He never came out and told me that, but I can imagine that might have been one of the reasons that he didn't like Andy — apart from the fact that their personalities clash.

My decision to leave wasn't as a direct result of tensions anyway. I think he felt the band would split up, what with the state Dave was in.

I think he wanted to be the first one to jump ship. Andrew Fletcher : "We were never in contact with him anyway when he was in the band. It's almost like he never existed.

I'm sure if we ever suggested something to Alan, and he didn't particularly like what we were suggesting, he would make sure it didn't work.

I can't say I was surprised, because there had been times during [the recording of] Songs Of Faith And Devotion [where] he obviously wasn't happy, and on the tour he wasn't really happy.

One of his main problems was that he didn't really get on with Andy -- I'm sure that wasn't the only reason, but that was one of the factors.

That was difficult for him, because we've always been honest about the fact that Andy's not really musical. When we play live we give him parts to play, but [they're] not exactly taxing.

It wasn't totally unexpected. Alan's always been very private and secretive, so it's very hard to know exactly how he's thinking at any given point.

But it became very apparent to us that he wasn't happy. It wasn't a shock at all when he left. I think he took too much upon himself.

I think even he would readily admit he's a control freak. Wilder allegedly confirmed the title of Recoil song ' Control Freak ' from 's Unsound Methods was chosen in jest as a response to Martin Gore's pointed comments that Wilder is a "control freak" in an interview following Wilder's departure:.

I found it funny somehow. However, it doesn't have a deeper meaning [ I think that anyone who is deeply passionate about what they do will have that element about them.

Alan never did like us as people. Well, he doesn't like anyone as people, really - he hasn't got friends and things like that. I felt he didn't have too much respect for the other members of the band.

In the end, it made the decision-making process a lot easier. When there are three people, there has to be a decision.

There's probably an element of truth in this but 'misanthropist' is perhaps a little harsh. I don't have a huge army of so-called 'friends' because I don't suffer fools gladly and I'm also not so insecure that I need an entourage of sycophants singing my praises all the time.

I'm very selective about the people I socialise with. I suspect Martin meant that I was cynical and sarcastic which is pretty much right!

It takes quite a lot to really get me rattled actually and I've consistently found that humour or more specifically, sarcasm is the best method of diffusing difficult or confrontational situations.

I recognise how easy it is to go with the flow in an interview and say things you perhaps don't really mean. I also understand how journalists can either misunderstand or deliberately twist people's words, so I don't take too much notice of everything that was said.

Some of the comments that were made during the promotion for [Depeche Mode's] last album were disappointing although not unsurprising and I can understand a bit of why they might have been said.

The simple fact is that most people just do not understand or appreciate that 'producing' a record properly requires an enormous amount of energy and concentration.

Anyone can go into a studio for a couple of hours a day, take loads of drugs, twiddle a few knobs, whack it all on a CD and call it a finished album but invariably the end result sounds like what it is - lazy and ill-judged.

I can't just roll into the studio at 5 o'clock in the afternoon with a raging hangover and expect to be able to work effectively.

This doesn't mean that I never take a break during a session but as a rule, I like to keep work time and play time separate so I can give my absolute best to whatever project I'm involved in.

If this makes me boring then fine I'd rather be boring but have a really good record. We haven't had one conversation with him since our meeting, which was now two years ago.

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Zum einen ist seine Geschichte einfach zu sehr mit der der Band verbunden besonders war ich froh über diese Entscheidung , zum anderen sind er und seine Webseite eine wichtige Quelle. Ich konnte Schule nicht ernst nehmen obwohl ich heutzutage gern noch mal zurückgehen und wirklich lernen wollen würde - zu der Zeit war es nicht das, was ich brauchte.

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