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The Fall

Out of all the late-'70s punk and post-punk bands, none are longer lived or more prolific than the Fall. Throughout their career, the band underwent myriad lineup changes, but at the center of it all was vocalist Mark E. Smith. With his snarling, nearly incomprehensible vocals and consuming, bitter cynicism, Smith became a cult legend in indie and alternative rock. Over the course of their career, the Fall went through a number of shifts in musical style, yet the foundation of their sound was a near-cacophonous, amelodic jagged jumble of guitars, sing-speak vocals, and keyboards. During the late '70s and early '80s, the band was at their most abrasive and atonal. In 1984, Smith's American wife, Brix, joined the band as a guitarist, bringing a stronger sense of pop melody to the group. By the mid-'80s, the band's British following was large enough to result in two U.K. Top 40 hits, but in essence, the group has always been a cult band; its music was always too abrasive and dense for the mainstream. Only hardcore fans can differentiate between the Fall's many albums, yet the Fall, like many cult bands, inspired a new generation of underground bands, ranging from waves of soundalike indie rockers in the U.K. to acts in America and New Zealand, which is only one indication of the size and dedication of their small, devoted fan base.

Prior to forming the Fall in 1977, Smith worked on the docks in Manchester, where he had auditioned and failed with a number of local heavy metal groups. Smith wasn't inspired by metal in the first place; his tastes ran more toward the experimental rock & roll of the Velvet Underground, as well as the avant-garde art rock of Can. Eventually, he found several similarly inclined musicians -- guitarist Martin Bramah, bassist Tony Friel, keyboardist Una Baines, and drummer Karl Burns -- and formed the Fall, taking the group's name from the Albert Camus novel. The band cut an EP, Bingo-Master's Break-Out!, which was funded by the Buzzcocks' label, New Hormones, but it sat unreleased for nearly a year, simply because the band couldn't find anyone who wanted to sign them. The Fall were outsiders, not fitting in with either the slick new wave and the amateurish, simple chord-bashing of punk rock. Consequently, they had a difficult time landing a record contract. After a while, the group had gained some fans, including Danny Baker, the head of the Adrenaline fanzine, who persuaded Miles Copeland to release the EP on his Step Forward independent label.

During 1978, Smith replaced bassist Friel with Marc Riley (bass, guitar, keyboards) and keyboardist Baines with Yvonne Pawlett because they wanted to make the Fall more accessible. The new lineup recorded the band's first full-length album, Live at the Witch Trials, which was released in 1979. The Fall continued to tour, playing bars and cabaret clubs, and, in the process, began to slowly build a fan base. Radio 1 DJ John Peel had become a fervent fan of the band, letting them record a number of sessions for his show, which provided the group with a great deal of exposure.

Before recording the Fall's second album, Smith changed the band's lineup, firing Pawlett, Bramah, and Burns, while hiring guitarist Craig Scanlon, bassist Steve Hanley, and drummer Mike Leigh; Riley moved to lead guitar from bass during this lineup shift. Scanlon and Hanley would become integral members of the Fall, staying with the band for great part of their career. The new lineup recorded and released Dragnet late in 1979. The following year, the Fall parted with Step Forward and signed with Rough Trade, where they released the live album Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never), the studio Grotesque (After the Gramme), and several acclaimed singles, including "Totally Wired" and "How I Wrote Elastic Man," in the course of 1980. Paul Hanley joined the group as a second drummer before the Grotesque album. Though several Fall recordings appeared in 1981, they were all archival releases with the exception of the Slates EP. After the release of Slates, drummer Karl Burns rejoined the group. In early 1982, the band released the full-length Hex Enduction Hour, which received some of the group's strongest reviews to date. Since the group was having trouble with Rough Trade, the album was released on Kamera Records, as was its follow-up, Room to Live, which also appeared in 1982. Following its release, Riley left the band.

The major turning point in the Fall's career arrived in 1983, when Smith met Brix Smith (born Laura Elise Salinger) in Chicago while the Fall were on tour. The pair married within a few months and Brix, who originally played bass, joined the group as their second guitarist, replacing Riley; her first record with the group was 1983's Perverted by Language. Brix brought a more melodic pop sense to the band, as demonstrated by 1984's The Wonderful and Frightening World of the Fall, their first album for Beggars Banquet. Following the Call for Escape Route EP, the Fall struck up an alliance with ballet choreographer Michael Clark, who eventually collaborated on a ballet called I Am Kurious Oranj with Mark E. Smith. The Fall wrote the music and libretto for the ballet and performed the work several times during late 1984 and early 1985; an album of the music eventually appeared in 1988. By 1985, the Smiths were collaborating with each other, resulting in more structured, melodic songs like the singles "No Bulbs" and "Cruiser's Creek." Midway through 1985, Steve Hanley had to take a leave of absence and classically trained Simon Rogers joined as the temporary bassist. Once Hanley returned, Rogers moved over to keyboards. The new lineup with Rogers recorded This Nation's Saving Grace, which was released in the fall of 1985 to terrific reviews. Rogers stayed for one more album, 1986's Bend Sinister, yet he remained involved with the Fall for several years. Bend Sinister was recorded with Burns' replacement, Simon Wolstencroft, and, following its release, Rogers was replaced by keyboardist Marcia Schofield, who had previously played in Khmer Rouge.

In 1986, the Fall unexpectedly began to have charting singles, as their cover of the Other Half's "Mr. Pharmacist" became a minor hit in the fall. Over the next few years, the group appeared in the lower reaches of the charts consistently, breaking into the Top 40 with 1987's "Hit the North" and 1988's cover of the Kinks' "Victoria," which signaled how much more accessible the band had become with the addition of Brix's arrangements. After the 1988 release of the Simon Rogers-produced The Frenz Experiment, Brix divorced Smith and she left the Fall in 1989; original guitarist Martin Bramah replaced her. The musical result of the separation was a shift back to the darker, more chaotic sound of their early albums, as shown on the first post-Brix album, 1990's Extricate. Though Extricate was well received, Smith decided to alter the lineup that recorded the album. He fired both Schofield and Bramah while the Fall was touring Australia. Featuring new keyboardist Dave Bush, Shift-Work was released in 1991, followed by Code: Selfish the next year.

In 1993, the Fall signed with Matador Records, which provided them with their first American record label in several years. Their first release for the label, The Infotainment Scam, was recorded with the returning Karl Burns, who provided drums. Neither The Infotainment Scam nor its 1994 follow-up, Middle Class Revolt, sold many records in the U.S., despite good reviews, and the Fall was again left without an American label as of 1995. Not that it mattered; they retained their devoted following in Britain, where both albums performed respectively. Brix rejoined the Fall during the supporting tour for Middle Class Revolt and appeared on 1995's Cerebral Caustic. At the beginning of 1996 keyboardist Julia Nagle had joined the band for the recording of The Light User Syndrome, an album that featured liner notes from longtime supporter and BBC DJ John Peel. The band recorded their 20th BBC session for the DJ in June, followed by the departure of Brix in October and Karl Burns in December.

By this time a steady stream of compilations and live recordings started appearing, the majority of them on the Receiver label, mostly without the band's involvement. 1997 saw seven of them released along with reissues of Live at the Witch Trials and Fall in a Hole. Karl Burns rejoined the band in May for a U.K. tour and the Levitate album, which appeared in September. New guitarist Tommy Crooks was brought on board and the band headed to the U.S. in March 1998 to support the new album. During an April gig in New York City at Brownie's, Smith was in rare form. The band played large parts of the set with Smith off-stage, at one point Smith said something to Karl Burns that made him jump over his drum kit and attack the singer, and Crooks and Smith were at odds the whole show, with Crooks kicking Smith and Smith flicking lit cigarettes at Crooks. Burns, Crooks, and Steve Hanley were out of the band and Smith spent a night in jail on assault charges. The live and outtake CDs kept coming and Smith released his first spoken word album, The Post Nearly Man, in September.

A new single, "Touch Sensitive," appeared in February 1999. It ended up as the soundtrack to car commercial, giving it extra exposure in the U.K., setting the stage for the April release of the new album, The Marshall Suite. Nagle was now more involved with songwriting while guitarist Neville Wilding, bassist Adam Halal, and drummer Tom Head rounded out the new Fall. Another batch of reissues appeared, followed by the successful "F-oldin' Money" single and more U.K. tours. In April 2000, Smith made a guest appearance on Elastica's album The Menace and in November a new Fall album, The Unutterable, appeared. The same month, Spencer Birtwistle replaced Tom Head while Ben Pritchard and Jim Watts would replace Wilding and Halal, respectively, in February 2001.

Julia Nagle was next to leave the band, and the more garage rock-oriented Fall released the extremely limited single "Rude (All the Time)" in August 2001, with the full-length Are You Are Missing Winner hitting the streets in November. The stripped-down band toured the world to support the ill-received album and documented the tour on the even-worse-received, half-live, half-studio 2G+2, released in June 2002. The disappointing "official" albums were now being balanced with some decent compilations for a change, with Sanctuary's Totally Wired: The Rough Trade Anthology and Cog Sinister's Listening In: Lost Singles Tracks 1990-92 being the best. Smith's second spoken word album, Pander! Panda! Panzer!, appeared in September 2002, the same month his new wife, Eleni Poulou, joined the Fall on keyboards.

Released in December 2002, "The Fall vs. 2003" single ushered in the next great era of the band, with Poulou offering a melodic base for Smith's abrasiveness the same way Nagle and Brix had before. Jim Watts discovered he was fired when Smith held a band meeting in a bar in March 2003 and bought everyone a drink but Watts. Bassist Simon "Ding" Archer would take his place for a June-July American tour. An early version of the band's next album was leaked to the Internet, influencing Smith to re-record and add/drop some tracks. The leak was referenced in the album's new title, The Real New Fall LP (Formerly Country on the Click), released in October. A Christmas single, "(We Wish You) A Protein Christmas," appeared in December.

The Sanctuary label reissued two classic albums -- Live at the Witch Trials and Dragnet -- in January of 2004 with much better sound than ever before, and some bonus tracks were added to Dragnet. A tour of America was planned, but on a visit to Newcastle, Smith slipped on some ice, breaking his leg. A bystander came to help him up, but Smith fell again, this time cracking his hip. Despite a metal rod running from his knee to hip, the Fall went ahead with the American tour, with Smith delivering his vocals while seated at a table. In June, Beggars Banquet released the first true career-spanning compilation of the band, 50,000 Fall Fans Can't Be Wrong. Bassist Archer went "on loan" to PJ Harvey's band around this time and was replaced by Steven Trafford. The leftovers, live, and outtakes compilation Interim was released November 2004 in the U.K. and January 2005 in the America. The new year also saw the departure of guitarist Jim Watts, a fantastic box set that collected all the band's sessions for John Peel, and the new album Fall Heads Roll. In the summer the band toured America in support of the new album, but after a few dates, Smith fired all of the members of the band save his wife and keyboardist, Eleni Poulou. Members of the American bands the Cairo Gang and Darker My Love joined the band for the remainder of the tour. The 2007 album Reformation Post T.L.C. featured a hybrid group of U.S. and U.K. members. That same year Smith collaborated with Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner of electronica duo Mouse on Mars on the Von Südenfed project. He published his typically challenging and entertaining autobiography in 2008. In 2010 they signed with the Domino label for the album Your Future Our Clutter. Ersatz G.B. was released on Cherry Red Records in the fall of 2011. They remained on the label for 2013's Re-Mit, a milestone release as it featured the same band lineup as the previous three efforts. Sub-Lingual Tablet from 2015 made it album number four, and featured a cover version of the Stooges' "C**k in My Pocket" retitled "Stout Man." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine & David Jeffries, Rovi
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Selected Discography


Track List: Fall In A Hole (Expanded Edition)

Disc 1

1. Impression Of J.Temperance (Live)

2. The Man Whose Head Expanded (Live)

3. Room To Live

4. Hip Priest (Live)

5. Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul (Live)

6. Prole Art Threat (Live)

7. Hard Life In Country (Live)

8. The Classical (Live)

9. Mere Pseud Mag Ed (Live)

10. Marquis Cha Cha (Live)

11. Backdrop (Live)

Disc 2

1. Fantastic Life (Live)

2. English Scheme (Live)

3. Joker Hysterical Face (Live)

4. No Xmas For John Quays (Live)

5. Solicitor In Studio (Live)

6. The Container Drivers (Live - Bonus Track)

7. C 'N' C - Black Night (Live - Bonus Track)

8. Look, Know (Live - Bonus Track)

9. Who Makes The Nazis? (Live - Bonus Track)

10. Gramme Friday (Live - Bonus Track)

11. Slates, Slags Etc (Live - Bonus Track)

Disc 3

1. Like To Blow (Live)

2. Stepping Out (Live)

3. Two Steps Back (Live)

4. Mess Of My (Live)

5. It's The New Thing (Live)

6. Various Times (Live)

7. Bingo Master's Breakout (Live)

8. Frightened (Live)

9. Industrial Estate (Live)

10. Psycho Mafia (Live)

11. Music Scene (Live)

12. Mother/Sister (Live)


Track List: Wise Ol' Man (Single)

1. Wise Ol' Man (Edit)


Track List: Live At The Knitting Factory - New York - 2004

1. Horror In Clay (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

2. Boxoctosis (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

3. Contraflow (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

4. Middle Mass (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

5. Mere Pseud Mag Ed (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

6. Mountain Energei (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

7. I Can Hear The Grass Grow (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

8. Telephone Thing (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

9. Theme From Sparta Fc (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

10. Janet, Johnny And James (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

11. Groovin' With Mister Bloe/Green Eyed Loco Man (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

12. Walk Like A Man (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

13. Mr Pharmacist (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

14. Mike's Love Xexagon/We Are Mod Mock Goth (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

15. I Am Damo Suzuki (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

16. Dr Buck's Letter (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)

17. Loop 41 (Live-Knitting Factory - New York - 2004)


Track List: Live At The Garage - 2002

1. To Nkroachment: Yarbie (Live At The Garage)

2. The Joke (Live At The Garage)

3. Cyber Insekt (Live At The Garage)

4. And Therein (Live At The Garage)

5. Antidotes (Live At The Garage)

6. Kick The Can / F' Oldin Money / Kick The Can (Live At The Garage)

7. Bourgeois Town (Live At The Garage)

8. Mr. Pharmacist (Live At The Garage)

9. Enigrammatic Dream / Ketamine Sun (Live At The Garage)

10. I Wake Up In The City / My Ex Classmates Kids (Live At The Garage)


Track List: Live From The Vaults - Alter Banhof, Hof, Germany

1. How I Wrote Elastic Man (Live In Germany)

2. Fortress / Totally Wired (Live In Germany)

3. Jawbone And The Air Rifle (Live In Germany)

4. An Older Lover (Live In Germany)

5. The Nwra (Live In Germany)

6. Prole Art Threat (Live In Germany)

7. Your Heart Out (Live In Germany)

8. No Xmas For John Quays (Live In Germany)

9. Hip Priest (Live In Germany)

10. Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul (Live In Germany)

11. Session Musician (Live In Germany)

12. Leave The Capitol (Incomplete) (Live In Germany)

13. City Hobgoblins (Live In Germany)

14. Slates, Slags Etc (Live In Germany)

15. Fantastic Life (Live In Germany)


Track List: Live From The Vaults - Glasgow 1981

1. Blob 59 / Prole Art Threat (Live In Glasgow, 1981)

2. Totally Wired (Live In Glasgow, 1981)

3. Jawbone & The Air Rifle (Live In Glasgow, 1981)

4. An Older Lover (Live In Glasgow, 1981)

5. Printhead (Live In Glasgow, 1981)

6. Middle Mass (Live In Glasgow, 1981)

7. Slates, Slags Etc (Live In Glasgow, 1981)

8. English Scene (Live In Glasgow, 1981)

9. Fit And Working Again (Live In Glasgow, 1981)


Track List: Live 77

1. Psycho Mafia (Live)

2. Last Orders (Live)

3. Repetition (Live)

4. Dresden Dolls (Live)

5. Hey Fascist (Live)

6. Frightened (Live)

7. Industrial Estate (Live)

8. Stepping Out (Live)

9. Bingo Master's Breakout (Live)

10. Oh Brother (Live)

11. Cop It (Live)

12. Futures And Pasts (Live)

13. Louie Louie (Live)


Track List: Austurbæjarbíó

1. Tempo House (Live)

2. The Classical (Live)

3. Eat Y'self Fitter (Live)

4. Hexen Definitive (Live)

5. I Feel Voxish (Live)

6. The Man Whose Head Expanded (Live)

7. Garden (Live)

8. Kicker Conspiracy (Live)

9. Look, Know (Live)

10. Backdrop (Live)


Track List: Live In Liverpool '78

1. Like To Blow (Live)

2. Stepping Out (Live In Liverpool '78)

3. Two Steps Back (Live)

4. Mess Of My (Live)

5. It's The New Thing (Live)

6. Various Times (Live)

7. Bingo Master's Breakout (Live)

8. Frightened (Live)

9. Industrial Estate (Live)

10. Psycho Mafia (Live)

11. Music Scene (Live)

12. Mother/Sister (Live)


Track List: Live In Zagreb

1. Zagreb (Partial) (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

2. And Therein (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

3. Carry Bag Man (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

4. Sing Harpy (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

5. I'm Frank (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

6. Telephone Thing (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

7. Hillary (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

8. Hit The North (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

9. Bill Is Dead (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

10. Black Monk Theme (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

11. Tuff Life Boogie (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)

12. Popcorn Double Feature (Live In Zagreb 4/15/90)


Track List: Live At The ATP Festival - 2002

1. To Nkroachment: Yarbles (Live 28 April, 2002)

2. 2 Librans (Live 28 April, 2002)

3. The Joke (Live 28 April, 2002)

4. And Therein... (Live 28 April, 2002)

5. Cyber Insekt (Live 28 April, 2002)

6. Wake Up In The City - My Ex Classmates Kids (Live 28 April, 2002)

7. Kick The Can - F' Oldin - Kick The Can (Live 28 April, 2002)

8. Bourgeois Town (Live 28 April, 2002)

9. Shake Off (Live 28 April, 2002)

10. Enigramatic Dream - Ketamine Sun (Live 28 April, 2002)

11. Way Round (Live 28 April, 2002)


Track List: Live From The Vaults - Retford 1979

1. Psykick Dancehall (Live)

2. Rowche Rumble (Live)

3. Flat Of Angles (Live)

4. 2nd Dark Age (Live)

5. Rebelious Jukebox (Live)

6. Muzorewi's Daughter (Live)

7. In My Area (Live)

8. Choc Stock (Live)

9. Printhead (Live)

10. A Figure Walks (Live)

11. Fiery Jack (Live)

12. No Xmas For John Quays (Live)

13. Psycho Mafia (Live)


Track List: Nottingham '92

1. Time Enough At Last (Live Nottingham 1992)

2. Blood Outta Stone (Live Nottingham 1992)

3. Idiot Joy Showland (Live Nottingham 1992)

4. Free Range (Live Nottingham 1992)

5. Immortality (Live Nottingham 1992)

6. High Tension Line (Live Nottingham 1992)

7. Married, 2 Kids (Live Nottingham 1992)

8. New Big Prinz (Live Nottingham 1992)

9. Pittsville Direkt (Live Nottingham 1992)

10. Return (Live Nottingham 1992)

11. Everything Hurtz (Live Nottingham 1992)

12. Birmingham School Of Business School (Live Nottingham 1992)

13. Edinburgh Man (Live Nottingham 1992)

14. And Therein... (Live Nottingham 1992)

15. The War Against Intelligence (Live Nottingham 1992)


Track List: The Remainderer EP

1. The Remainderer

2. Amorator!

3. Mister Rode

4. Rememberance 'R'

5. Say Mama/Race With The Devil

6. Touchy Pad


Track List: Live In San Francisco

1. The Joke (Live)

2. Cyber Insekt (Live)

3. Two Librans (Live)

4. And Therein (Live)

5. Touch Sensitive (Live)

6. Crop-Dust (Live)

7. Bourgeois Town (Live)

8. Kick The Can (Live)

9. F-Oldin' Money (Live)

10. Mr. Pharmacist (Live)

11. Sons Of Temperance (Live)

12. My Ex-Classmates' Kids (Live)

13. Enigrammatic Dream (Live)

14. I Wake Up In The City / Reprise: Jane - Prof Mick - El Bastardo (Live)

15. Way Round (Live)

16. I Am Damo Suzuki (Live)

17. Mark E Smith Interview (Live)


Track List: Re-Mit

1. No Respects (Intro)

2. Sir William Wray

3. Kinder Of Spine

4. Noise

5. Hittite Man

6. Pre-Mdma Years

7. No Respects Rev.

8. Victrola Time

9. Irish

10. Jetplane

11. Jam Song

12. Loadstones


Track List: Sir William Wray (Single)

1. Sir William Wray


Track List: Night Of The Humerons

1. Victrola Time

2. Taking Off (Live)


Track List: Ersatz GB

1. Cosmos 7

2. Taking Off

3. Nate Will Not Return

4. Mask Search

5. Greenway

6. Happi Song

7. Monocard

8. Laptop Dog

9. I've Seen Them Come

10. Age Of Chang


Track List: Laptop Dog

1. Laptop Dog

2. Cosmos 7

3. Monocard


Track List: This Nation's Saving Grace (Expanded Edition) (Remastered)

Disc 1

1. Mansion

2. Bombast

3. Barmy

4. What You Need

5. Spoilt Victorian Child

6. L.A.

7. Gut Of The Quantifier

8. My New House

9. Paintwork

10. I Am Damo Suzuki

11. To Nkroachment: Yarbles

Disc 2

1. Couldn't Get Ahead

2. Rollin' Dany

3. Petty (Thief) Lout

4. Cruiser's Creek (Single Version)

5. Vixen

6. Ma Riley

7. I Am Barmy (Long Version)

8. Demo Suzuki (Rough Mix)

9. Wonderful And Frightened Part 1 (Rough Mix)

10. Wonderful And Frightened Part 2 (Rough Mix)

11. Gut Of The Quantifier (Rough Mix)

12. Bombast (Rough Mix)

13. Barmy (Rough Mix)

14. My New House (Mark's Rough Mix)

15. Paintwork (Rough Mix)

16. Ma Riley (Rough Mix)

17. Spoilt Victorian Childe (Rough Mix)

18. L.A. (Rough Mix)

19. What You Need (Rough Mix)

20. Edie (Rough Mix)


Track List: Your Future Our Clutter

1. O.F.Y.C. Showcase

2. Bury

3. Mexico

4. Cowboy George

5. Hot Cake

6. Y.F.O.C. / Slippy Floor

7. Chino

8. Funnel Of Love

9. Weather Report 2


Track List: Bury


Track List: I Never Felt Better In My Life: 1979-1982

1. Frightened

2. Rebellious Jukebox

3. Underground Medecin

4. Your Heart Out

5. Flat Of Angles

6. Totally Wired

7. Pay Your Rates

8. An Older Lover Etc.

9. Prole Art Threat

10. The Classical

11. Hip Priest

12. Winter


Track List: Imperial Wax Solvent

1. Alton Towers

2. Wolf Kidult Man

3. 50 Year Old Man

4. I've Been Duped

5. Strange Town

6. Taurig

7. Can Can Summer

8. Tommy Shooter

9. Latch Key Kid

10. Is This New

11. Senior Twilight Stock Replacer

12. Exploding Chimney


Track List: Reformation - Post T.L.C.

2. Reformation

3. Fall Sound

4. White Line Fever

5. Insult Song

6. My Door Is Never

7. Coach And Horses

8. The Wright Stuff

9. Scenario

11. The Bad Stuff

12. Systematic Abuse

13. Outro


Track List: Live At The Knitting Factory

1. The Joke

2. Cyber Insekt

3. And Therein

4. Bourgeois Town

5. Cropdust

7. Mr. Pharmacist

8. Jim's The Fall

9. Antidotes

10. Way Round


Track List: Rebellious Jukebox

Disc 1

1. Frightened

2. Rebellious Jukebox

3. Underground Medicine

4. Before The Moon

5. Your Heart Out

6. Muzoweri's Daughter

7. Flat Of Angels

8. Spectre Vs Rector

9. The Classical

10. Jawbone And The Air Rifle

11. Hip Priest

12. Winter

13. Who Makes The Nazis?

14. Hard Life In The Country

15. Solicitor In Studio

Disc 2

1. Prole Art Threat

2. Totally Wired

3. Pay Your Rates

4. An Old Lover

5. Kicker Conspiracy

6. Sing! Harpy

7. Bill Is Dead

8. Black Monk Theme 1

9. Black Monk Theme 2

10. And Therein...

11. Extricate

12. The Bourgeous Town

13. Gotta See Jane

14. Ibis-Afro Man

15. The Acute


Track List: Fall Heads Roll

1. Ride Away

2. Pacifying Joint

3. What About Us?

4. Midnight Aspen

5. Assume

6. Midnight Aspen Reprise

7. Blindness

8. I Can Hear The Grass Grow

9. Bo Demmick

10. Youwanner

11. Clasp Hands

12. Early Days Of Channel Fuhrer

13. Breaking The Rules

14. Trust In Me


Track List: The Complete Peel Sessions 1978 - 2004

Disc 1

1. Futures And Pasts

2. Mother-Sister!

3. Rebellious Jukebox

4. Industrial Estate

5. Put Away

6. Mess Of My

7. No Xmas For John Quays

8. Like To Blow

9. Container Drivers

10. Jawbone And The Air-Rifle

11. New Puritan

12. New Face In Hell

14. Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul

15. Hip Priest

Disc 2

1. Deer Park

2. Look, Know

3. Winter

4. Who Makes The Nazis?

5. Smile

6. Garden

7. Hexen Definitive - Strife Knot

8. Eat Y'self Fitter

9. Pat Trip Dispenser

10. 2 X 4

12. C.R.E.E.P.

Disc 3

1. Cruiser's Creek

2. Couldn't Get Ahead

3. Spoilt Victorian Child

4. Gut Of The Quantifier

5. L.A.

6. The Man Whose Head Expanded

7. What You Need

9. Hot Aftershave Bop

10. R.O.D.

12. Us 80's-90's

13. Athlete Cured

14. Australians In Europe

15. Twister

16. Guest Informant

Disc 4

2. Cab It Up

4. Kurious Oranj

5. Chicago Now

6. Black Monk Theme

7. Hilary

8. Whizz Bang

9. The War Against Intelligence

10. Idiot Joy Showland

11. A Lot Of Wind

13. Free Range

14. Kimble

15. Immortality

16. Return

Disc 5

1. Ladybird (Green Grass)

2. Strychnine

3. Service

4. Paranoia Man In Cheap S**t Room

5. M5

6. Behind The Counter

7. Reckoning

8. Hey! Student

9. Glam Racket - Star

10. Jingle Bell Rock

11. Hark The Herald Angels Sing

12. Numb At The Lodge

13. He Pep!

14. Oleano

15. Chilinist

17. D.I.Y. Meat

18. Spinetrak

Disc 6

1. Calendar

2. Touch Sensitive

3. Masquerade

6. Antidotes

7. Shake-Off

8. This Perfect Day

9. Theme From Sparta F.C.

10. Contraflow

11. Groovin' With Mr Bloe - Green-Eyed Loco Man

12. Mere Pseud Mag. Ed.

13. Clasp Hands

14. Blindness

15. What About Us


Track List: Live At Deeply Vale

1. Repetition (Live At Deeply Vale)

2. Psycho Mafia (Live At Deeply Vale)

3. Rebellious Jukebox (Live At Deeply Vale)

4. Frightened (Live At Deeply Vale)

5. Steppin' Out (Live At Deeply Vale)

6. I Like To Blow (Live At Deeply Vale)

7. Mess Of My (Live At Deeply Vale)

8. Mother - Sister (Live At Deeply Vale)

9. Industrial Estate (Live At Deeply Vale)

10. It's The New Thing (Live At Deeply Vale)

11. Futures And Pasts (Live At Deeply Vale)

12. Music Scene (Live At Deeply Vale)

13. Medley: Psycho Mafia/Dresden Dolls/Industrial Estate (Bonus Track From The Same Era)


Track List: Interim

1. All Clasp Hands

2. Blindness

3. What About Us

4. Im Ronny The Oney

5. Green-Eyed Snorkel

6. Mod Mock Goth

7. Wrong Place

8. Spart FC No. 3

9. Mere Pseud Mag Ed

10. Spoilt Victorian Childe

11. Boxoctosis Alarum


Track List: 50,000 Fall Fans Can't Be Wrong: 39 Golden Greats

Disc 1

1. Repetition

2. Industrial Estate

3. Rowche Rumble

4. Fiery Jack

5. How I Wrote 'Elastic Man'

6. Totally Wired

7. New Face In Hell

8. Prole Art Threat

9. Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul

10. The Classical

11. Hip Priest

12. The Man Whose Head Expanded

13. Kicker Conspiracy

14. Eat Y'self Fitter

15. C.R.E.E.P.

16. No Bulbs

17. Spoilt Victorian Child

18. Cruisers Creek

Disc 2

1. U.S. 80's-90's

2. Mr. Pharmacist

3. Living Too Late

4. Hey! Luciani

5. There's A Ghost In My House

6. Hit The North

7. Victoria

8. Telephone Thing

9. High Tension Line

10. Free Range

11. Why Are People Grudgeful?

12. Behind The Counter

13. M5

14. Feeling Numb

15. The Chiselers

16. Powderkeg

17. Masquerade

18. Touch Sensitive

19. Crop-Dust

20. Susan Vs Youthclub

21. Green Eyed Loco-Man


Track List: Grotesque (After The Gramme) (Expanded Edition) (Reissue)

1. Pay Your Rates (2004)

2. English Scheme (2004)

3. New Face In Hell (2004)

4. C 'n' C-S Mithering (2004)

5. The Container Drivers (2004)

6. Impression Of J. Temperence (2004)

7. In The Park (2004)

8. WMC-Blob 59 (2004)

9. Gramme Friday (2004)

10. The NWRA (2004)

11. How I Wrote Elastic Man (2004)

12. City Hobgoblins (2004)

13. Totally Wired (2004)

14. Putta Block (Rough Trade) (Single Version) (2004)

15. Mark E. Smith Self-Interview 1980 (2004)


Track List: The Real New Fall LP (Formerly Country On The Click)

1. Green Eyed

2. Mountain

3. Sparta 2XX

4. Cowtraflow

5. Xracothep

6. Janet Vs Johnny

7. Boxoctosis

8. The Past

9. Mad Mock Goth

10. Protein Protection

11. Mike's Love Hexagon

12. 41 Loop / Houston

13. Pourtugal

14. Recovery Kit 2#


Track List: Touch Sensitive... Bootleg

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 4
Disc 5

Track List: It's The New Thing! - The Step Forward Years

1. Psycho Mafia

3. It's The New Thing!

4. Frightened

5. Crap Rap 2 - Like To Blow

6. Rebellious Jukebox

8. Industrial Estate

9. Futures And Pasts

10. Music Scene

11. Rowche Rumble

12. Psykick Dancehall

13. Flat Of Angles

14. Dice Man

15. Before The Moon Falls

16. Muzorewi's Daughter

17. Choc-Stock

18. Spectre Vs Rector

19. Second Dark Age

20. Fiery Jack


Track List: A World Bewitched Best Of 1990-2000 Vol. 2

1. Theme From Errorr-Orror!

2. Blood Outta Stone

3. Why Are People Grudgeful

4. Ed's Babe

5. The Real Life Of Crying Marshall

6. Kimble

7. The Legend Of Xanadu

8. Seventies Night

9. Calendar

10. Now I Wanna Be Your Dog

11. I Want You

12. Repetition

13. The Heads Of Dead Surfers

14. Plug Myself In

15. KB

16. Happy Holidays

17. Fistful Of Credit

18. Life Just Bounces


Track List: A World Bewitched Best Of 1990-2000 Vol. 1

1. Sing! Harpy

4. Powder Keg

5. M5*

6. Inevitable

7. Immortality

8. Arid Al's Dream

11. The Caterer

12. One Day

13. Middle Class Revolt!

14. Glam-Racket

17. Noel's Chemical Effluence


Track List: Totally Wired: The Rough Trade Anthology

Disc 1

1. Totally Wired

2. New Face In Hell

3. Fit And Working Again

4. That Man

5. Container Drivers

6. Rowche Rumble

7. How I Wrote Elastic Man

8. An Older Lover Ect.

9. Cary Grant's Wedding

10. Pay Your Rates

11. City Hobgoblins

12. Middle Mass

13. Gramme Friday

14. Leave The Capitol

15. English Scheme

16. New Puritan

17. Prole Art Threat

Disc 2

1. The NWRA

2. The Man Whose Head Expanded

3. Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul

4. I feel Voxish

5. Hip Priest

6. Hotel Bloedel

7. Winter 1

8. Ludd Gang

9. Smile

10. Tempo House

11. Hexen Definitive/Strife Knot

12. Wings

13. Eat Y'Self Fitter

14. Kicker Conspiracy

15. English Scheme

16. New Puritan

17. Prole Art Threat


Track List: Backdrop

1. Marquis Cha-Cha

2. Bremen Nacht Run Out

3. Mark'll Sink Us

4. Lucifer Over Lancashire

5. Hey Luciani

6. Wings

7. L.A. (2015)

8. U.S/ 80's-90's (Live)

9. Guest Informant (Live)

10. The Man Whose Head Exploded (2015)

11. Backdrop

12. Dresden Dolls

13. Strychnine

14. Race With The Devil

15. Plaster On The Hands

16. Mark E Smith Interview Segment


Track List: Are You Are Missing Winner

1. Jim's The Fall

2. Bourgeois Town

3. Crop-Dust

4. My Ex-Classmates' Kids

5. Kick The Can

6. Gotta See Jane

7. Ibis-Afro Man

8. The Acute

9. Hollow Mind

10. Reprise: Jane - Prof Mick - Ey Bastardo

11. Rude (All The Time)

12. I Wake Up In The City

13. New Formation Sermon

14. Distilled Mug Art

15. My Ex-Classmates' Kids (Live)

16. Where's The F**kin Taxi? C**t


Track List: Live In Cambridge 1988

1. Shoulder Pads (Live 1988)

2. 2 X 4 (Live 1988)

3. Get A Hotel (Live 1988)

4. Cab It Up (Live 1988)

5. Hit The North (Live 1988)

6. Bremen Nacht (Live 1988)

7. Frenz (Live 1988)

8. Pay Your Rates (Live 1988)

9. Hey! Luciani (Live 1988)

10. Oswald Defence Lawyer (Live 1988)

11. L.A. (Live 1988)

12. Carry Bag Man (Live 1988)

13. Victoria (Live 1988)

14. Mr. Pharacist (2nd Half) / U.S. 80's - 90's (Live 1988)

15. Lucifer Over Lancashire (Live 1988)


Track List: Live In London 1980 - The Legendary Chaos Tape

2. English Scheme

4. That man

7. Prole Art Threat

8. Container Drivers

10. In The Park

11. Leave The Capitol

12. Spectre Vs Rector (Live)

13. Pay Your Rates

14. Impression Of J Temperance

15. Cary Grant's Wedding

17. The Nwra


Track List: Oswald Defence Lawyer

1. Just Waiting (Live)

2. Oswald Defence Lawyer (Live)

3. Victoria (Live)

4. Frenz (Live)

5. 2X4 (Live)

6. Bad News Girl (Live)

7. Get A Hotel (Live)

8. Guest Informant (Live)

9. Big New Prinz (Live)

10. Breman Nacht (Live)

11. Carry Bag Man (Live)

12. Bombast (Live)


Track List: The Twenty-Seven Points

Disc 1

1. Mollusc In Tyrol

2. Return

3. Ladybird (Green Grass)

4. Idiot - Walk Out (live)

5. Ten Points

6. Idiot Joy Showland

7. Big New Prinz

8. Intro - Roadhouse (live)

9. The Joke

10. M.H.'s Jokes / British People In Hot Weather

11. Free Range

12. Hi-Tension Line (live)

13. The League Of Bald-Headed Men

Disc 2

1. 95: Glam Racket / Star

2. Lost In Music

3. Prague '91 / Mr. Pharmacist

4. Cloud Of Black

5. Paranoid Man In Cheap Sh*t Room

6. Bounces - Leeds (live)

7. Outro (live)

8. Passable (= A Past Gone Mad)

9. Glasgow Advice (live)

10. Middle Class Revolt - Simon, Dave & John

11. Bill Is Dead (live)

12. Strychnine

13. War!

14. Noel's Chemical Effluence - Three Points - Up Too Much


Track List: 27 Points

1. Mollusc In Tyrol

2. Return

3. Ladybird (Green Grass)

4. Idiot Walkout

5. Ten Points

6. Idiot Joy Showhand

7. Big New Prinz

8. Intro Roadhouse

9. The Joke

10. M.H's Jokes

11. British People In Hot Weather

12. Free Range

13. Hi-Tension Line

14. The League Of Bald Headed Men


Track List: Middle Class Revolt - Bonus Disk

Disc 1

1. 15 Ways

2. The Reckoning

3. Behind The Counter

4. M5#1

5. Surmount All Obstacles

6. Middle Class Revolt!

7. War

8. You're Not Up To Much

9. Symbol Of Mordgan

10. Hey! Student

11. Junk Man

13. City Dweller

14. Shut Up!

Disc 2

12. Happy Holiday (Promo Mix)

13. Middle Class Revolt (The Drum Club Prozac Mix)

15. Middle Class Revolt (Rex Sargeant Mix)

16. Surmount All Obstacles (Rex Sargeant Mix)


Track List: Infotainment Scan

Disc 1

1. Ladybird (Green Grass)

2. Lost In Music

3. Glam-Racket

4. I'm Going To Spain

5. It's A Curse

6. Paranoia Man In Cheap Sh*T Room

7. Service

8. The League Of Bald-Headed Men

9. A Past Gone Mad

10. Light/Fireworks

11. Why Are People Grudgeful?

12. League Moon Monkey Mix

Disc 2

1. Ladybird (Green Grass)

2. Strychnine

3. Service

4. Paranois Man In Cheap Sh*t Room

5. Glam Racket

6. War

7. 15 Ways

8. A Past Gone Mad

9. Why Are People Grudgeful?

10. Glam Racket

11. The Re-Mixer

12. Lost In Music

13. A Past Gone Mad (Alternate Version)

14. Instrumental Outtake

15. Service (Instrumental Demo)

16. Glam Racket (Instrumental Demo)

17. Los In Music (Mix 3)

18. Lost In Music (Mix 7)

19. Lost In Music (Mix 14)


Track List: The Infotainment Scan (Explicit)

Disc 1

1. Ladybird (Green Grass)

2. Lost In Music

3. Glam-Racket

4. I'm Going To Spain

5. It's A Curse

6. Paranoia Man In Cheap S**t Room

7. Service

8. The League Of Bald-Headed Men

9. Past Gone Mad

10. Light/Fireworks

11. Why Are People Grudgeful?

12. League Moon Monkey Mix

Disc 2

1. Ladybird (Green Grass) [John Peel Session] {Bonus Track}

2. Strychnine

3. Service (John Peel Session) [Bonus Track]

4. Paranoia Man In Cheap Sh*t Room (John Peel Session) [Bonus Track]

5. Glam-Racket (Mark Goodier Session) [Bonus Track]

6. War (Mark Goodier Session) [Bonus Track]

7. 15 Ways (Mark Goodier Session) [Bonus Track]

8. A Past Gone Mad (Mark Goodier Session) [Bonus Track]

9. Why Are People Grudgeful? (Permanent Single CDSPERM9) [Bonus Track]

10. Glam-Racket (Permanent Single CDSPERM9) [Bonus Track]

11. The Re-Mixer (Permanent Single CDSPERM9) [Bonus Track]

12. Lost In Music (Permanent Single CDSPERM9) [Bonus Track]

13. A Past Gone Mad (Alternate Version) [Bonus Track]

14. Instrumental Outtake

15. Service (Instrumental Demo) [Bonus Track]

16. Glam Racket (Instrumental Demo) [Bonus Track]

17. Lost In Music (Mix 3) [Bonus Track]

18. Lost In Music (Mix 7) [Bonus Track]

19. Lost In Music (Mix 14) [Bonus Track]


Track List: Code: Selfish

1. The Birmingham School Of Business School

2. Free Range

3. Return

4. Time Enough At Last

5. Everything Hurtz

6. Immortality

11. Married, 2 Kids

13. Ed's Babe


Track List: Shift-Work

2. Idiot Joy Showland

3. Edinburgh Man

4. Pittsville Direkt

6. High Tension Line

7. The War Against Intelligence

11. White Lightning

12. A Lot Of Wind

13. Rose

15. Blood Outta Stone


Track List: 458489 A Sides