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Ok, you know you're all victim (...)? You'd like the freedom to live in another country or (...)? Well, (...) says freedom is a right. There's another (...) society. It's for its (...)." (during the introduction to "Marquis Cha-Cha") Reformation!": "Official Independent Singles Chart Top 50 | Official Charts Company". www.officialcharts.com . Retrieved 18 August 2022.

Wings / Solicitor in Studio / Winter / Middle Mass / I'm into C.B. / The Classical / Mere Pseud Mag Ed / Look, Know / Draygo's Guilt / Lie Dream of a Casino Soul / Who Makes the Nazis / Hexen Definitive / Deer Park The Quietus | News | Fall Sign to Domino, Says Mark E Smith". The Quietus. 3 April 2009 . Retrieved 25 May 2013.

The Fall have done many covers of the years – most successfully of the Kinks’ Victoria and R Dean Taylor’s There’s a Ghost in My House – but this one’s a bit special. By 1993, the music scene had changed dramatically as the rave generation took hold. A cover of the Chic Organization’s disco anthem – on The Infotainment Scan, which reached the top 10 and is the highest–charting Fall album ever – seems an unlikely vehicle for a renaissance, but so it proved. The original – a hit for Sister Sledge in 1979 – sounds like a hymn to clubby euphoria. However, with another new recruit – computer man Dave Bush – providing “techno shit”, Smith unearths a darker meaning to the phrase “lost in music” and pours thinly concealed scorn on those “caught in a trap” of empty-headed hedonism. It’s quintessential Fall: simultaneously capturing the energy of the times while emphasising an opposition to them. 10. Blindness Flat of Angles / Wings / Middle Mass / I'm into C.B. / Tempo House / Mere Pseud Mag. Ed. / Who Makes the Nazis / Solicitor in Studio / Look, Know / Hexen Definitive > And This Day / Lie Dream of a Casino Soul / The Classical / Prole Art Threat / Joker Hysterical Face Snapes, Laura (13 February 2018). "Mark E Smith's family disclose cause of death". The Guardian . Retrieved 23 February 2018. The Hanley/Burns/Riley line-up play with precision and abandon, sympathetic to Smith at his most scathing and brilliant. Personally I disagree with Mark E’s assertion (in retrospect) that this was the first time he was “At a point where I knew I was alone with my ideas”. How could Smith take credit for those bass-lines and playing? Harrison, Andrew. " Mark E Smith: A sudden end to forty years of prole art threat". New Statesman, 25 January 2018. Retrieved 27 January 2018

Recorded at the Cambridge Junction, 1995; the Roskilde Festival, Denmark, 1996; and the Phoenix Festival, 1996 [17] Are You Missing Winner: "Official Independent Albums Chart Top 50 | Official Charts Company". www.officialcharts.com . Retrieved 18 August 2022. Hex Enduction Hour” and “Room To Live” are also available as limited edition coloured vinyl editions.

Well, that's that one out of the way. Here's another story." (after "Totally Wired")- "Okay, we're just putting our false mustaches on." (English Scheme) Well, I've (...) that bit, now it's (...) rest of the past, it's about the future. And it's not for the past. Hahahahahaha! Hahahahahaha! And the secret of my success is a memory like a sieve." (during "Cash'n'Carry") No tape exists? Or is the mystery "November 1980" soundboard tape mentioned above from Derby, as Michael Evers says on youtube? was a decisive year for The Fall. Their critically acclaimed album “Hex Enduction Hour” was released in March on Kamera Records, closely followed by “Room To Live” in September.

Sixteen- year-old Paul Hanley's first Fall gig; he arrived from Manchester in his school uniform. Thanks to Dannyno for the clipping. Featuring the classic line-up of Mark E. Smith alongside Steve Hanley (bass), Craig Scanlon (guitar), Karl Burns (drums), Paul Hanley (drums) and Marc Riley (guitar). The next number is for the Bury Times Midweeker who said we were repulsive but I don't have to shove five of my records through one letter box." (before "Mere Pseud Mag Ed") I should note that it was only a 15 minute slot - described in a book about STV as a "filler" programme. So it does seem that the listed act would likely be the only one. It may also be that any broadcast might have been some distance from the recording.As the god Tantalus fed off his children's flesh. This is a bit like this, except it has no style." (during "Impression Of J. Temperance") With the Hamsters. Thanks to Paul Smith for the flyer and Dannyno for the review, from Leeds Student #235. March - May 1980: lineup # 12 : Mark E. Smith (vocals), Craig Scanlon (guitar), Marc Riley (guitar, keyboards), Steve Hanley (bass), Paul Hanley (drums). Cosmic guitar and mad determination to gather other weird members. Was in a band called Crystal Ridge years ago who's fame spread right across Bury as far as Deeply Vale. Before that Dave was in FC Domestos with Steve B. Gig: Solicitor in Studio / Lie Dream of a Casino Soul / Tempo House / Room to Live / Slates, Slags, etc. / Marquis Cha-Cha / The Classical / Gramme Friday / I'm into C.B. / I Feel Voxish / Hexen Definitive > Deer Park // Look, Know / Container Drivers / Joker Hysterical Face / Just Step Sideways

This is for all you people who want to live free: Hell’s Angels, hitch-hikers, fans of James Dean..." Dave Simpson– The Fallen". Thefallenbook.co.uk. Archived from the original on 9 September 2011 . Retrieved 9 July 2011. Talking of cabaret, this is the longest one we do. It's called 'The N.W.R.A.'. There a rising, it's a story." (The N.W.R.A.) In fact, The Fall had planned a Netherlands tour that would have begun in Appeldoorn and ended in Grongingen via Utrecht, Venlo, Nijmegen, Delft, Leiden, and Amsterdam.Thanks to Dannyno for the link.Reformation Post TLC: "Official Independent Albums Chart Top 50 | Official Charts Company". www.officialcharts.com . Retrieved 18 August 2022. Good evening, we are The Fall. We are not as the poster indicates. It's a change of turn, a different turn on, at first." (during "Cash'n'Carry") Between Wings and Solicitor, the short "Town Called Crappy" (aka "Don't Like Maggie"), which appears on Sanctuary's expanded "Room to Live" (2005). Thanks to Manchester District Music Archive for the ad. Impression of J. Temperance / Middle Mass / Container Drivers / Cary Grant's Wedding / Leave the Capital / Totally Wired / An Older Lover / Prole Art Threat / The N.W.R.A. / Slates, Slags, etc.

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