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Grotesque - After The Gramme Deluxe Edition, Extra tracks
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Definatly one of their best and the beginning of my favorite period for the Fall this is a must for any Fall FAN an a good starter for newbies. Classic Fall. The album you play to people who want to know what they sound like. Pay your rates is the perfect opener MES on top form. English scheme has great lyrics which go on and on over the catchy as hell keyboard melody. C'n'c's Mithering is one of Mark's best rants- all about the music biz and their recent tours of USA. one of my favorite tracks however which i didnt think much of first is Impression of J temperance which is i think, about a dog breeders fondness for his dogs and a birth- of something. Pure horror!
get this version with the reissue extra track malarky and u get the excellent How i wrote elastic man and other great tunes.
the sleevenotes are great too. Bah!
Mark E Smith, the last of the great English poets.
Throughout, not only does MES assume his rightful place as natural successor to Ray Davies (and precursor of Morrissey and Luke Haines) as most perceptive Englishman lyricist with his witty, outspoken tales of the lot of the (northern) working man – sex, drugs and rock n’ roll (the latter parodied in the MES rant C’n’C-S Mithering) with a touch of mythology thrown in – but the band’s sound is now a long way removed from the 'slick’ sounding debut Live At The Witch Trials (and Karl Burns’ extravagant playing), instead exuding raw, in-your-face passion. If it’s 'straightahead punk’ you’re after then any of Pay Your Rates, The Container Drivers or In The Park should suffice, whilst the Smith sociology study is again presented in the unusually tuneful English Scheme and the Velvets (What Goes On-live era) get a nod (sound-wise) on the conspiratorial New Face In Hell.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best album the Fall ever made (in my opinion) and the extra tacks are fantastic. How I wrote elastic man is one of the best singles ever.Published 3 months ago by andrew meaden
This is a great example of this fantastic pre-Brix Fall LP. The CD album arrived by post, promptly and in good condition.Published on 9 Sept. 2013 by truckstop
Cut to the chase: I've been a Fall fan since the beginning and have the 70s vinyl and t-shirts to prove it. This is the best Fall album there is and that's that. Read morePublished on 15 Jan. 2011 by Sophocles