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  • Audio CD (13 May 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Cherry Red
  • ASIN: B00CBJ7VQY
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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The Fall release their new album - and second for Cherry Red Records - on May 13th. A natural progression from Ersatz GB, Re-Mit is awash in bass and drum lead grooves, off kilter modern psyk and tense guitar pop, and features some of Mark E Smith's most arresting deliveries to date. The line-up remains the same as Ersatz GB featuring: Mark E Smith, Peter Greenway, Keiron Melling, Elena Poulou and David Spurr.

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Twelve tracks,40 mins 11 secs,MARK E. SMITH/KEIRON MELLING/DAVE SPURR/PETER GREENWAY/ELENI POULOU: TIM PRESLEY plays guitar on tracks 1,3,7...produced MES,single sheet CD insert. Most years we can expect one "new" Fall CD,sundry live retreads,expanded repackagings,designer collectibles.This is the new 2013 product...should you buy it? Well,if you've already bought half a dozen "new" Fall CDs this century then it's a yes.If not then you have the sample-surfing option before deciding.With such a veteran iconoclastic audio streaming,long term Fall fans have such diverse and distinctive personal value criteria that the liking/not liking of specific tracks/albums should be kept to wittering forums..."Sir William Wray" sounds the obvious single here...album production a little crisper than "Ersatz GB",the overall tone a tad more settled.We still hear palate-whistling,and more of that avuncular growling you'd expect from the MGM lion if he'd saluted as many Prestwich happy hours as Mark.
The current stable line-up is at odds with established Fall protocol,and some believe that the regular traditional band implosions are a necessary bulwark against artistic stagnation...continued P.94
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Always the same. Always different. The first 6 listens were a virtual torture. On the 7th I noticed tunes. From the 8th I am totally hooked. Brilliant.
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Great album, challenging, difficult at times, as with them all. Always rewarded.

Classics everywhere Sir William Wray, Hitite Man, Victrola Time, Irish, the fabulous Jetplane and rocks out with Loadstones - pre-mdma years is a great addled ramble - MES is on top form - growls, psssts,tsssssts, teeth falling out, gold medal standard wheezing and a landmark cough along the way.

Fingers crossed I get a chance to see them tour it, 5 stars
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The genius of The Fall or other words Mark E Smith is that he is always able to divide opinion and even annoy listeners with challenging material, which if nothing else, provokes people to critically question why they like or dislike a piece or a whole album. For me RE - MIT is more enjoyable than the previous two albums, Ersatz GB is ultimately lacking, Mark's growling style becoming tedious on every track, and the metallic rock heavy production and sound grates.
This album is a return to form, Mark varying his vocal style and delivery widely over the album, and pleasingly the band sound very much like a lot of the old Fall line ups. I won't go through it track by track, because nobody can ever agree on the best or worst track on a Fall album.
As always Mark E Smith pulls one out of the bag, and he has done it with Re - Mit.
You may of course disagree.
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This album has had a bit of a bashing in some quarters, and people are entitled to their opinions, but I really like it. I have already played it more times than the last three Fall albums and I enjoy it more. There is a sharp, bright sound overall, with the emphasis on a 60s garage band sound on many tracks - if you like loud primitive, thrashing guitar stuff like Strychnine and Mr Pharmacist you will like this album. But that is not the whole story - there is also some electronic experimental Germanic sounds on tracks like Noise and Victrola Time.

After an instrumental intro the album really takes off with a powerful Sir William Wray. This is followed by one of the many tracks on here previewed by the band live last year, neolithic tune Kinder of Spine - not sure I quite know what this one's about but sounds like a bit of a diatribe against reality talent show judges, urging spiders and captains to help under the duvet, or something! It is quite short, almost like MES got bored of it half way through and pulled the plug, thinking job done, probably right. This is followed by an experimental "song?" - more like a primitive soundscape - called Noise, with strange and threatening stream of consciousness words about guitarist Peter fretting on his f fret. Then we are into the real classic of the album, again played live last year, the mighty Hittite Man. We are in traditional Fall territory here, HP Lovecraft horror story atmosphere and chilling Mark E. Smith vocals, the best on the album, as the reanimated representative of a long dead civilisation emerges and he don't sound too happy with what he finds has been done with the planet recently - "death does not exist". It ends in a strange gurgling sound from MES which is quickly replaced by the weird noises of Pre-MDMA Years.
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After delivering 3 middling albums this current line up of The Fall has delivered on it's promise and delivered a shockingly poor album. This is the worst Fall album since Are You Are Missing Winner, even worse than the tame Fall Heads Roll.
Re-mit is lazy, drab album, short on ideas and verve. More than frustrating, the album is annoying. After the pointless instrumental opener "No Respects" ("Mansion" it is not)along comes "Sir William Wray", not a bad song at all with it's choppy guitars and shouts of "Hey!", behind which Mark mumbles his lyrics from the corridor outside the studio. Catchy it may be but could be any number of "indie" guitar bands.
Part of the problem for me lies with the current line up. While Pete, Dave and Kieran are dynamic enough live, in the studio they have proved to be consistently flat. All good musicians but they seem to be playing the roles of session musicians - faceless yes- men who won't stand up to Mark. While MES has always been the undoubted leader you always had the feeling that the band was a collaborative process and that Hanley and Scanlon et al had as much input as Mark. The previous line up, The Dudes, not only had better musicians but you got the impression that they actually worked with Mark, not for Mark. Reformation Post TLC might not be perfect but it has the feeling of Mark and The Dudes working together with some moments of levity and banter. The current crop just seem to provide good, but formulaic riffs without having the nerve to tell Mark that his cut and paste vocals on this album really aren't up to much. Much has been made of the fact this line up has been together for 4 albums, is this because they dont rock the boat and toe the line? Is Mark better with people around him who can cause some tension?
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