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Slates Live!

10" ep - £18.99
POPSTOCK was created by the surviving members of the Slates iteration of The Fall to present unusual and alternative versions of the brilliant records they help...
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Country On The Click aka The Real New Fall Album (Alternative Version) (RSD 24)

Record Store Day 2024 - Translucent Orange LP - £29.99
‘The Real New Fall Album (Formally Country on the Click)’ was originally released in 2003 on the Action label and contains the Fall classic ‘S...
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180g black lp with U.S. artwork - £25.99 | Buy
“Live At The Witch Trials” is the debut studio album – released 16th March 1979 – and this celebrates the fortieth anniversary of this s...
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White Lightning (2024 Reissue)

limited white lp - £23.99 | Buy
'White Lightning' encompasses the period between 1978 and 2001; just short of two-thirds of the group's four-decade existence.
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Perverted By Language (2023 reissue)

limited numbered 180g audiophile pink lp - £31.99 | Buy
180g audiophile black lp - £29.99 | Pre Order
We can scarcely believe it's been four decades since this bounded into our strife-filled life! Marking the moment that Brix joined the crew and drizzled a l...
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Tube Map

A3 PRINT - £30.00 | Buy
A4 PRINT - £12.00 | Buy

A5 Postcard - £5.00 | Buy
Innovative Representation of Music History: Band Maps by Mike Bell Mike Bell's band maps transform the rich tapestry of music history into a visual narrativ...


  1. Green Eyed Locomotion
  2. Mountain Energi
  3. Theme From Sparta FC
  4. Contraflow
  5. Last Commands OF Xyralothep Via MES
  6. Janet, Johnny And James
  7. The Past #2
  8. Open The Boxoctosis #2
  9. Loop 41 ‘Houston
  10. Mike’s Love Xexagon
  11. Proteinprotection
  12. Recovery Kit

5cd boxset
this 5CD version contains the original album as well as Interim, a disc of B-sides and a live Show from the time

The Real New Fall LP Formerly 'Country on The Click'

1 Green Eyed Loco-Man
2 Mountain Energei
3 Theme From Sparta F.C.
4 Contraflow
5 Last Commands of Xyralothep Via
6 Open The Boxoctosis #2
7 Janet, Johnny + James
8 The Past #2
9 Loop41 `Houston
10 Mike's Love Xexagon
11 Proteinprotection
12 Recovery Kit

Country on The Click (Original Version)

1 Sparta
2 Protein Protection
3 Mountain Energei
4 Contraflow
5 Green Eyed
6 Boxoctosis
7 Ho(E)uston
8 The Past
9 Recovery Kit
10 Mike's Love Xexagon
11 Susan V Youthclub


1 All Clasp Hands
2 Blindness
3 What About Us?
4 I'm Ronney The Oney
5 Green-Eyed Snorkel
6 Mod Mock Goth
7 Wrong Place
8 Sparta FC No:3
9 Mere Pseud Mag Ed
10 Spoilt Victorian Childe
11 Boxoctosis Alarum

Singles / Sessions

1 Susan Vs Youthclub - Single
2 Janet Vs Johnny - B-Side
3 Susan Vs Youthclub - Remix
4 (We Wish You A) Protein Christmas -
5 (We Are) Mod Mock Goth - Single
6 (Birtwistle's) Girl in Shop - Single
7 Recovery Kit 2 # - Single
8 (We Are) Mod Mock Goth - US Album
9 Theme From Sparta F.C. #2 - Single
10 My Ex-Classmate’s Kids (Live Cologne
2001) - B-Side
11 Portugal (aka Debacle (For the
Record)) - B-Side
12 Theme from Sparta F.C. - Peel
13 Contraflow - Peel Session
14 Grooving With Mr Bloe / Green-Eyed
Loco Man - Peel Session
15 Mere Pseud Mag Ed. - Peel Session

Live at The Knitting Factory - New York - 9 April 2004

1 Horror In Clay
2 Boxoctosis
3 Contraflow
4 Middle Mass
5 Mere Pseud Mag Ed
6 Mountain Energei
7 I Can Hear the Grass Grow
8 Telephone Thing
9 Theme From Sparta F.C.
10 Janet, Johnny and James
11 Groovin' With Mr Bloe / Green Eyed
Loco Man
12 Walk Like a Man
13 Mr Pharmacist
14 Mike's Love Xexagon / We Are Mod
Mock Goth
15 I Am Damo Suzuki
16 Dr Buck's Letter
17 Loop 41

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cherry red
  • 5cd in clamshell box

    Released: 26th Jan 2024


Originally recorded at Lisa Stansfield's Gracieland Studios in between December 2002 and January 2003 with producer Grant Showbiz.

The subtitle is explained by the fact that the tracks were originally scheduled for release in April 2003 under the title ‘Country on the Click’. Promotional copies were sent out and three of the new songs were previewed in the band's 23rd Peel Session, but Mark. E Smith was unhappy with the mix and decided it needed further work.

Alex Linhardt of Pitchfork called it "as valuable an album as anything The Fall ever released in the 1990s" and stated that "Smith's lyrics are at a near career-best of insolence and nonsense.” AllMusic's David Jeffries wrote that the album "gives the faithful another reason to believe". Helen Pidd, reviewing the album for The Guardian, viewed Smith as being "on magnificently mad form”. Uncut called it "Great by Smith’s standards. Practically genius by everybody else’s.” Spin praised it as "an atavistic orgy of recycled riffs and lifelong obsessions". MOJO reviewed it as "as good as anything in this group's monstrous catalogue”. Pop Matters called it "their best record in a decade”.