Blu-ray 'A Strange Hour In Budapest'.
The performance was filmed using the latest high-definition technology in order to capture the event in its full glory. For this (with the help of the local promoters), the team from Umatik was recruited, headed up by director Attila ('Atus') Herk, and in a similar way to the stage projections, Recoil
collaborated remotely on the editing - Alan Wilder
gave feedback to rough edits which Atus sent to him whilst Paul Kendall and Alan simultaneously worked on the surround sound mix. Attila's film is nothing less than stunning and offers a captivating and exhilarating document of 'A Strange Hour'.
This is a full HD production with 5.1 surround sound & stereo audio mixed by Alan Wilder and Paul Kendall. 'A Strange Hour' was presented during 2010 & 2011 in 52 cities across the world as part of the 'Selected Events' tour to celebrate 25 years of the Recoil
's years in the music industry have seen him go from studio assistant to session keyboard player, but it was his 14 years as a member of Depeche Mode
where he really honed his skills. With his attention to detail in the studio, Wilder pushed the boundaries even within the restrictive climate of commercial pop. As an antidote to the demands of the Mode, his studio project Recoil
was born in the mid-eighties.