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While several bands had to cancel various concerts allover Europe due to the ash fallout of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in 2010, Alan Wilder and his team decided to continue their Recoil tour throughout Europe, no longer by airplane but by van. Side-Line magazine interviewed Paul Kendall, Britt Rinde Hvål and Alan Wilder for some feedback on this turn in plans and also got both Britt and Alan to give their version of the pronunciation of the name 'Eyjafjallajökull'. (In case you don't remember, when this volcano erupted, news reporters from all over the world had to pronounce the volcano's name, and so it became a running joke.)

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