#1
i want to know what fall album i should buy, does any1 have any reccomendations?
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#2
Can't speak for the rest of their albums but This Nation's Saving Grace.
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#4
From what I've heard, here are some good albums by the Fall-uh:

This Nation's Saving Grace
Live At the Witch Trials
Hex Enduction Hour
Grotesque
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#5
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This Nation's Saving Grace
Live At the Witch Trials
Hex Enduction Hour
Grotesque



yayayayaya!! those are the best (really the only ones Ive heard....)


I love the Fall!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
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Yeah, "Hip Priest" is amazing.
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#8
the only thing I dont like about Hex Enduction Hour is that theres like 5 versions of Deer Park on the cd I got


its a good song but "I took a walk-uh" gets annoying after the 20th time you hear it
#9
i really need something more than This Nation's Saving Grace and it looks like Hex Enduction Hour is the place to go.
#10
cheers
ill pop into hmv on thurs
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Was the pun intended?
Actually no

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#13
I'm fairly sure Mark E Smith was in the queue for the cash machine at my union last week. As ever, I didn't have the balls to go up and say hello.

I'm not a huge fan of the Fall, but I have to respect the sheer volume of stuff they've produced and the dedication that Smith has.
#14
Try "The Legendary Chaos Tapes" for a song called "male slags" it rocks lol
#16
Start from the beginning and get everything. The "This Nation's Saving Grace" stuff is the easiest to get into but it's all great.

As a slightly different place to start, get the Peel Sessions box set. Disc 3 especially is nigh-on perfect.
#17
You should hear the singer's side project, Von Sudenfed.

They are brilliant, in a funny kind of way.
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#18
the other day-uh, i downloaded Hex Enduction Hour and i am listening to it for the first time right now-uh. i am really enjoying it. they seem to have done so much before everyone else...
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the other day-uh, i downloaded Hex Enduction Hour and i am listening to it for the first time right now-uh. i am really enjoying it. they seem to have done so much before everyone else-uh. *insert long, offensive, and downright incomprehensible rant about British society*

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