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10 May 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 10 May 2010
  • Release Date: 10 May 2010
  • Label: Domino Recording Co
  • Copyright: 2010 Domino Recording Co Ltd
  • Total Length: 50:11
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  • ASIN: B003H3FVEW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,054 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dave Gilmour's cat on 20 April 2010
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It's a great album, by the way: 'Bury' is also pretty special, with a muddy live recording(?) bursting into a studio version of the same song. 'Slippy Floor' has an amazing, infinitely ascending riff. 'Funnel of Love' is a cover of the Wanda Jackson song. 'Cowboy George' is like a Western theme with a twist. 'Weather Report 2' is probably the highlight and is pretty much unlike anything else The Fall have done - somehow genuinely moving and chilling at the same time.

The vinyl-only tracks are pretty good. '986 Generator' is a sort of low-fi bluesy thing. 'Get A Summer Song Goin'' (was there ever a less Fall-like title?) is a sort of stomping glam anthem.

Long, heavy songs that feel really powerful. One of The Fall's best in recent years.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Dave Gilmour's cat on 15 April 2010
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It's a great album, by the way: 'Bury' is also pretty special, with a muddy live recording(?) bursting into a studio version of the same song. Hypnotic. Good lyrics. 'Slippy Floor' has an amazing, infinitely ascending riff and potent, sharp vocals. 'Funnel of Love' is a cover of the Wanda Jackson song. 'Cowboy George' is like a Western theme with a twist, which then mutates into something very weird. 'Weather Report 2' is probably the highlight and is pretty much unlike anything else The Fall have done. Again, the first part of the track transmutes into a surprising second part that is somehow genuinely moving and chilling at the same time. 'You don't deserve rock 'n' roll,' whispers Mark E. Smith.

These long, heavy songs feel really powerful and make up one of The Fall's best (and most cohesive) albums in recent years.

The vinyl version has two extra tracks: '986 Generator' and 'Get A Summer Song Goin''. Both are pretty good.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. AJ Harrison on 28 May 2010
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So yes the Fall are back and in my humble opinion this is quite possibly one of their best albums of their career let alone in recent times. The music is amazingly good and as has been described before bone rattling and heavy. It seems Mark E Smith is going down the Tom Waits route in the sense that the older he gets the better he gets. The lyrics are very good as well (although perhaps not as good as the early stuff) and lines such as, "you don't deserve rock n roll" sum it up very nicely. You can often make your own interpretation of Mr Smith's lyrics but i myself see it as a direct dig at alot of the so called music which is out now and has been coming out since the beginning of The Falls brilliant career. So yeah in that respect i'm giving it five stars as it is better then any young band about nowadays. For example if a band came out with this as they're debut it would be lauded as the greatest debut in years, however as its the Fall it probably won't get anywhere. Which makes me sick but their you go. If it doesn't win the Mercury Prize, well whats the point in awards?!?! The best album of the year and last couple of years hands down.

Standout tracks - Bury Parts 1 + 3, Mexixo Wax Solvent, Weather Report 2, Chino.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Howard on 15 May 2010
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It ceases to amaze me how this man does it. I went to see The Fall last year at Koko on April the 1st. He sat in his wheelchair banging out '50 year old man' and I thought this is it. It doesn't get any better. But it has. YFOC has gone back to his most cantankerous period banging out perfect loud tracks which don't bore you for one second. I love tracks by the fall that push the 5 minute boundaries and there plenty of them to choose from. If I have any criticism it would be the cover track Funnel of Love that let's it down. I still can't understand why MES wants to visit such songs when he has more of his own up his sleeve. It would be good if Amazon could put the extra vinyl tracks on MP3 for those of us who have give up the ghost on plastic discs. I have followed The Fall throughout and this is most definitely top 3 material. It's hard to recommend tracks or albums with such a vast catalogue as all Fallophiles would argue/debate for hours. Track wise, the opening number, Bury, Hot Cake and Slippy Floor are immense classic Fall. As for albums, where do you start? Depends what mood you're in...but if you are starting out, get the peel sessions for a compact history at a cheap price. It shows the genius and the not so clever all in one box. Mark, you're a genius. See you in Liverpool on the 19th!
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The Fall, under the guidance and leadership of Mark E Smith, have now made records for more than three decades. And rightly so! John Peel's favourite band of all time and one the most groundbreaking and experimental groups of their age. Technically in the ' post-punk ' genre, they have defied any real label throughout their career.

This album is excellent. I would say that is a return to form, but they have not really lost their form very often at all in their career. Indeed, the variety of recordings that they have made makes it almost impossible to site a poor Fall album.

However, this is truly one of their better records, even in such a biased opinion as my own. Throughout the LP, there is risk after riff of brilliance and some surely excellent, if often rather bizarre lyrics. they are in inimitable best style, true to form.

OFYC showcase begins a truly remarkable recording. With its incessant and hypnotic riff and MES shouting and ranting in his inimitable style over the great groove. Bury (parts one and three) is, perhaps, even more infectious and
gives great insight into the lives out of the group, as compared with their brilliant studios sound. Smith's wife, Elini Poulou, that's an excellent keyboard bashing and wonderful backing vocals on this particular track.

Then, we are treated to a variety author catchy post-punk numbers,including ' Cowboy George ' and the wonderful ' Weather Report '. All in all, well worth buying.
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