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Seminal Live

Seminal Live

26 Jun 1989
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The first 4 excellent studio tracks make it worth your fiver, the rest is mostly disposable live stuff to fill up this contractual obligation LP (well recorded, by Fall live album standards though).
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This live compilation of the 'Frenz Experiment'/'Kurious Oranj'-tour (with some studio tracks) was released in 1989. It was the last with Brix Smith as a member (though she did feature on tracks un-named on 'Extricate' and did re-join briefly for 'Cerebral Caustic'). This was the period in which The Fall were at their most commercial, they even had kind of hits: 'There's a Ghost in My House', 'Hit the North' and 'Victoria' the prime examples (the latter two are here in great versions). Bizarrely, 'The Infotainment Scan' would be The Fall's best-selling album!
Of the new tracks, produced by Lightning Seed Ian Broudie, 'Dead Beat Descendent' and 'Squid Law' stick out. 'Mollusc in Tyrol' is one of those irritating examples of repetition, that leads to 'Kurious Oranj' (which stems from the live album of the same name!) and a better-take of 'Frenz' than the one on the album it is taken from...Following the dance-anthem (?) 'Hit The North', we get '2X4' from 1984's'The fantastic & wonderful world...'- this version demonstrates the classic Scanlon-Hanley-Wolstencroft rhythm powerhouse. 'This Nation's Saving Grace''s 'LA' is wonderful here- the guitars here recall Can and Joy Division in creating a sinsiter=groove; the vocal interplay between MES and Brix is also great...The oldest song here, from Marc Riley-era, is 'Pay Your Rates' (from 'Slates' and 1988's 'Palace of Swords Reversed' complilation)- this is a violent thrash aided by that female keyboard-player who I've forgotten (Marcia someone?)and is superior to the studio take (though not as charming)...The introduction "Johann Sebastian Bach" is baffling and up with the art-w*** standards of The Fall at that time; 'Cruiser's Creek' kicks in and confirms it as one of the highlight tracks that Brix-era Fall made.
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