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The Best Fall Album, And Why?

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Posted on 21 Oct 2011, 12:20:59 BST
RABB says:
Personally this Fall/Autumn I'm looking most forward to Florence and the Machine's Ceremonials, and the new Snow Patrol album as well.

Oh, that's not what you meant?

Posted on 19 Oct 2011, 17:20:31 BST
Johnny Bee says:
Hex Education Hour for 'Hip Priest' - superb. Loads of great Fall collections out there for the uninitiated. This is the business 50,000 Fall Fans Can't Be Wrong: 39 Golden Greats

Posted on 18 Oct 2011, 22:20:50 BST
Red Mosquito says:
Bump...............Agree with TNSG. Many Fall fans disagree but I really like Reformation Post TLC Slighty less Mark Smith and more of a musicians album imo. Mrs Smith is particularly good and that glorious bass in the engine room.

In reply to an earlier post on 13 Nov 2008, 00:15:29 GMT
Right. I'm very fond of The Infotainment Scan, Hed Enduction Hour contains two of my favourite Fall songs in The Classical and Hip Priest, and whatever album you can get the 7-minute version of No Bulbs on is a must. However, my (possibly predictable) choice would probably be This Nation's Saving Grace for its wonderful Can-esque groove.

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Nov 2008, 22:15:23 GMT
pikeyboy says:
Early Fall is my favourite, too, 'Witch Trials' is an absolute stonker, 'Dragnet', 'Totale's Turns', love it all.

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Nov 2008, 22:11:49 GMT
pikeyboy says:
Hard to disagree, geodiscs, it is a wonderful artefact!

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Nov 2008, 09:32:16 GMT
jay says:
theres some classics out there alright...slates is the dogs danglies though.....leave the capitol...an older lover...slates-slags etc....pure class.....'live at the witch trials' aint far behind..............early fall,to be honest-is my favourite..havent been keeping up lately-bush

In reply to an earlier post on 1 Nov 2008, 01:15:28 GMT
Geoff B says:
I'm a sucker for most of the Brix-era stuff, she was definitely something of a muse. Although neither album was perfect, Bend Sinister and I Am Kurious Oranj had some pretty awesome moments on them - Big New Prinz is a personal favourite from the latter. Other than that, I'm going to bottle it and choose a compilation - The Complete Peel Sessions is all you could ever need.

In reply to an earlier post on 31 Oct 2008, 23:50:39 GMT
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Initial post: 31 Oct 2008, 21:55:43 GMT
pikeyboy says:
I have many favourites: 'Hex Enduction Hour' is a tour-de-force, 'The Wonderful And Frightening World Of....' is sublime and full-on at the same time, 'Dragnet' is a classic of lo-fi before we knew what lo-fi was, 'Bend Sinister' and 'This Nation's Saving Grace' contrived to make the eighties just about bearable, more recently 'Fall Heads Roll' showed that Mark E. could never lose the plot entirely, but the best for me will always be 'Grotesque (after the gramme)' which is bewitchingly brilliant from start to finish, and also has the best artwork, and closely followed by 'Slates' which was a 10-inch, so hence not a proper album as such, but contained more ideas in six songs than most bands muster in a lifetime.
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