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Hex Enduction Hour Original recording reissued

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Product details

  • Audio CD (26 Nov. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued
  • Label: Cog Sinister
  • ASIN: B00001NTMA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 546,406 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The classical
  2. Jawbone and the air-rifle
  3. Hip priest
  4. Fortress/Deer park
  5. Mere Pseud mag. ED
  6. Winter (hostel maxi)
  7. Winter 2
  8. Just steps s'ways
  9. Who makes the nazis
  10. Iceland
  11. And this day

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This was the mid-period of The Fall's brief foray into the world of pop- Brix had just left following the contractual 'Seminal Live'. So, there was a new-ish line-up, a new label and it was 1990...'Sing Harpy!' is the strange opener- this reminds me of Can & sounds a lot better than Happy Mondays of this period...Next up is the amusing 'I'm Frank'- about Zappa?- one of those fine rockabilly riffs like 'Fiery Jack' or 'Rowche Rumble'...'Bill is Dead' is a ballad- not one of the things The Fall were/are renowed for (though subsequent songs 'Edinburgh Man' & 'Pittsville Direkt' would be in this maudlin mode)...'Popcorn double feature' is a silly cover- a thing the Fall had been doing since 'Mr Pharmacist', 'Ghost in My House' & 'Victoria'. Next we get a Monks cover: 'Black Monk Theme Part I'- which is excellent. Better is 'Arms Control Poseur', the bastard offspring of 'Bremen Nacht' & 'Oswald Defence Lawyer'. Then we have 'Black Monk Part II'- which is not as good as I...Single 'Telephone Thing' is next- a cracking Coldcut collaboration that would predict the best MES records to come ('Plug Me In', 'The Chisellers', 'Free Range'). Next we get flip-side 'British People in Hot Weather', which is as silly as 'Australians in Europe'. Then we have epic 'Chicago Now!', a brooding soundtrack inflected song. Then we get some dumb filler, 'And There In' etc. before the stunning title track- which is as arresting as it was in 1990...'Extricate' is one of The Fall's finest albums, easily as good as 'Dragnet', 'Hex Enduction Hour', 'This Nation's Saving Grace', 'Shiftwork' & the last album (but one)'The Unutterable'.
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Very good and very The Fall.
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