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Fall, The - Perverted By Language
Fall, The
Perverted By Language
LP | 1983 | UK | Reissue (Let Them Eat Vinyl)
17,99 €*
Release:1983 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Pop
"Perverted by Language" is the sixth studio album by English Post-punk band The Fall, originally released in 1983. Considering The Fall’s back catalogue of hit and miss – one can be safely assured that any Fall album post-1978 and pre-1990 is a keeper. Nothing is as raw, esoteric or as rewarding as listening to The Fall. ‘Perverted by Language’ is (like any other 80’s Fall album) an album of intricacy. An album not even Smith could explain to an individual. What is very intelligible, however, is the always minimalist approach and often underrated musicianship of each member of The Fall. This album works very well as a whole and is certainly not one to judge on the first listen. As an introduction to The Fall, ‘Perverted by Language’ may just be the best.
Fall, The - Unutterable - Testa Rossa Monitor Mixes Record Store Day 2019 Edition
Fall, The - Bend Sinister / The Domesday Pay-Off
Fall, The - This Nation's Saving Grace
Fall, The - Wonderful & Frightening World Of The Fall
Fall, The - Live At Phoenix Festival 1995
Fall, The
Live At Phoenix Festival 1995
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Let Them Eat Vinyl)
28,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 10.04.2020
For two years running, The Fall's performance at the annual Phoenix Festival was broadcast live on the BBC by DJ John Peel. Their blistering 1995 performance is now available here in deluxe vinyl format courtesy of Let Them Eat vinyl. Both the sound quality and performance captured here raise this live album high above the run of the mill.
Fall, The - Interim
Fall, The
Interim
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Let Them Eat Vinyl)
28,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 10.04.2020
"Interim" is an album by English post-punk band The Fall, compiled from live and studio material originally released in 2004 by record label Hip Priest. Interim features the first officially released versions of "Clasp Hands", "Blindness" and "What About Us?" - all of which were later included on the band's next studio album Fall Heads Roll (2005) - as well as the instrumental "I'm Ronnie the Oney". The remaining tracks are all new versions of previously released songs, mostly from studio rehearsal recordings.
Fall, The - Reformation Post - TLC Splatter Coloured Vinyl Edition
Fall, The
Reformation Post - TLC Splatter Coloured Vinyl Edition
2LP | 2020 | UK | Original (Cherry Red)
43,99 €*
Release:2020 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Preorder 24.04.2020
Reformation Post TLC was released in February 2007 and features Mark E Smith and his wife, Elena, with newcomers Tim Presley and Rob Barbato, Orpheo McCord and Dave Spurr. Presley, Barbato and McCord, all Americans, joined the band as emergency replacements for Ben Pritchard, Spencer Birtwistle and Steve Trafford, all of whom quit the band during an American tour in April 2006.
Fall, The - Room To Live
Fall, The - Medicine For The Masses 'The Rough Trade 7
Fall, The - Nijmegan 1999 Record Store Day 2019 Edition
Fall, The - New Orleans 1981 Record Store Day 2019 Edition
Fall, The - Kings Lynn 1996 Record Store Day 2019 Edition
Fall, The - Mark E Smith's Personal Holiday Tony Tapes
Fall, The - Totale's Turns
Fall, The
Totale's Turns
LP | 1980 | US | Reissue (Superior Viaduct)
22,99 €*
Release:1980 / US – Reissue
Genre:Pop
Given The Fall’s penchant for iconoclasm, it’s no surprise that they decided to say goodbye to the ’70s with a series of gigs at Northern England’s gruffest halls. The band’s formidable live show was met with even more derision and disorder than customary during these late ’79 and early ’80 performances, and they skillfully amplified such sentiments back at the crowd. Totale’s Turns, The Fall’s first live album, was released on Rough Trade just prior to their pivotal third album, 1980’s Grotesque.

“The difference between you and us is that we have brains,” shouts Mark E. Smith to open Totale’s Turns as the band breaks into the rollicking “Fiery Jack,” their latest single at the time. Each player is at their jagged best: Marc Riley and Craig Scanlon’s splintering guitars, Steve Hanley’s thunderous bass and Smith’s combative sneer reverberate over “Rowche Rumble,” “Choc-Stock” and “Spectre Vs. Rector” more than any studio would ever allow. Totale’s Turns never panders to live-record conventions, serving instead as a gripping exhibit of The Fall en masse and arguably the most accurate document of the group to date.

Superior Viaduct’s edition is the first time that Totale’s Turns has been available on vinyl domestically. Liner notes by Brian Turner.
Fall, The - Rough Trade Singles
Fall, The
Rough Trade Singles
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Superior Viaduct)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Pop
The Rough Trade Singles collects The Fall’s four singles recorded for this influential label in 1980 and 1983 – How I Wrote ‘Elastic Man’ / City Hobgoblins, Totally Wired / Putta Block, The Man Whose Head Expanded / Ludd Gang and Kicker Conspiracy – none of which appeared on any of the band’s studio LPs. With 7-inches being the era’s vehicle for buzzing communiqués, The Fall would use the format for short-form, standalone works rather than as mere promotional devices for forthcoming albums.

“Totally Wired” is often cited (and rightfully so) as The Fall’s most infectious tune – an amphetamine-fueled anthem with stuttering nods to forebears, yet too incisive to have been made by anyone else. “How I Wrote ‘Elastic Man’” is another mad hoedown, one reimagined for the post-punk age. While the playful rhythm machine on “The Man Whose Head Expanded” almost suggests danceability, Mark E. Smith’s idiosyncratic shriek on “Kicker Conspiracy” pierces through the twin drumming of Paul Hanley and Karl Burns and the group’s unpredictable / unmistakable racket. Together these songs remain some of the absolute best material The Fall would ever release.

Superior Viaduct’s edition is the first time that The Rough Trade Singles has been available on vinyl domestically. Liner notes by Brian Turner.
Fall, The - 45 84 89 A Sides
Fall, The - Levitate
Fall, The - New Facts Emerge
Fall, The - Totales Turn
Fall, The
Totales Turn
LP | 1980 | UK | Reissue (Let Them Eat Vinyl)
17,99 €*
Release:1980 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Pop
"Totale's Turns" is a live album by The Fall, originally released on May 5, 1980. The first of the band's many live and part-live albums, it was mostly recorded at gigs in the north of England, but the track "New Puritan" was recorded at Mark E. Smith's home and "That Man" is a studio recording, an outtake from the recording sessions for the "Fiery Jack" single.
Fall, The - A Part Of America Therein 1981
Fall, The
A Part Of America Therein 1981
2LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Let Them Eat Vinyl)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"A Part Of America Therein 1981", is a live album by The Fall, recorded on their USA tour in 1981 and originally released only in the USA in 1982. The album shows the group performing several songs that had not yet been released; three songs from 1982's Hex Enduction Hour are present as is "Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul" recorded as a single following the tour's completion.
Fall, The - Room To Live
Fall, The
Room To Live
LP | 1982 | US | Reissue (Superior Viaduct)
26,99 €*
Release:1982 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
On Room To Live, The Fall take the hurried, all-or-nothing approach of their preceding Kamera Records releases to extreme ends. Forged via Mark E. Smith’s continual disassembling of players and focus on previously unrehearsed material, the album collects The Fall’s most experimental and improvisational recordings. As proclaimed on the album cover, “Undilutable Slang Truth!” would be revealed throughout Room To Live. With the album’s comparatively lo-fi production and always- teetering performances, the title track comes closest to a stab at pop (by The Fall’s standards), built on fantastically bent saloon swaying under one of Smith’s by-now characteristic dressing-downs of square life. “Detective Instinct” is an unshakeable creeper, as languid and ominous as the band would get during the Marc Riley years. “Marquis Cha Cha” is a post-punk rhumba, beginning with fury and then easing into something only The Fall could conjure. Superior Viaduct’s edition is the first time that Room To Live has been available on vinyl domestically since its initial release in 1982. Liner notes by Brian Turner.
Fall, The - Hex Enduction Hour
Fall, The
Hex Enduction Hour
LP | 1982 | US | Reissue (Superior Viaduct)
26,99 €*
Release:1982 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Hex Enduction Hour was originally conceptualized as the death knell for The Fall. Beleaguered by career uncertainty and guided by vague premonitions of collapse, Mark E. Smith declared that one full hour was needed to thoroughly and perhaps finally state his case with The Fall. This framework resulted in a true classic of the post-punk era and an album that gave The Fall their first taste of album chart success, thankfully removing surrender from the equation. Recorded in haste in both Iceland and England in late 1981, the performances on Hex Enduction Hour are among the band’s most urgent and distinctive. The album begins with the severe provocation of “The Classical” and the terse punk of “Jawbone And The Air-Rifle,” but it’s “Hip Priest” that stands out as Smith’s calling-card theme, a song that would become inextricable from his character (or perception thereof) in the years that followed. The elongated “And This Day” fittingly positions the band as spell-casters, closing the hour by filling every conceivable bit of space with wild, primitive percussion and whimsical electric piano. Superior Viaduct’s edition is the first time that Hex Enduction Hour has been available on vinyl domestically since its initial release in 1982. Liner notes by Brian Turner.
Fall, The - Dragnet
Fall, The
Dragnet
LP | 1979 | US | Reissue (Superior Viaduct)
25,99 €*
Release:1979 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Dragnet is arguably The Fall's best-known album. With the departure of Martin Bramah after Live At The Witch Trials, the band underwent yet another lineup shift in late 1979. Marc Riley switched to guitar and Steve Hanley joined on bass; the latter's signature basslines would become a major part of The Fall for the next two decades.


Opening track "Psykick Dancehall" strikes like an elusive, working-class anthem with its bouncy tempo changes and Mark E. Smith’s unfiltered vocals raining down on the dance-floor. "Dice Man" takes its direction from disheveled beats, stuttering lyrics and asymmetrical phrasing. Somehow Dragnet manages to be even more lo-fi than The Fall's debut, yet reveals a cohesive sound and fierce songs that would further build the band’s cult following.


Superior Viaduct's edition is the first time that Dragnet has been available on vinyl domestically since its initial release in 1979. Liner notes by Brian Turner.
Fall, The - White Lightning
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