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black lp - £24.99 | Buy
The Fall’s 26th album, originally released in 2008.
the fall

Perverted By Language (2023 reissue)

limited numbered 180g audiophile pink lp - £31.99 | Buy
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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Extricate (2023 reissue)

180g lp - £26.99 | Buy
Released in February 1990, 'Extricate' was a big bold statement, co-opting some Madchester beats into The Fall's mix, with the band and Smith on exc...
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Shift-Work (2023 reissue)

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'Shift-Work' from April 1991 is another commercial Fall high-water mark; it contains Idiot Joy Showland, Smith's rant against bandwagon-jumping Madc...
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Code: Selfish (2023 reissue)

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1992's 'Code: Selfish' marked the arrival of Dave Bush to the group on keyboards, bringing a harder, techno-edge to the work.
The Marshall Suite (2023 reissue)


1. Touch Sensitive
2. F-’oldin’ Money
3. Shake-Off
4. Bound
5. This Perfect Day


1. (Jung Nev’s) Antidotes
2. Inevitable
3. Anecdotes + Antidotes In B#
4. Finale : Tom Ragazzi

SIDE C      

1. Early Life Of Crying Marshal
2. The Crying Marshal
3. Birthday Song
4. Mad.Men-Eng.Dog
5. On My Own

side d

No music


the fall

The Marshall Suite (2023 reissue)

music on vinyl
  • limited numbered 180g audiophile translucent red 2lp (1500 only)

    Released: 16th Jun 2023


'The Marshall Suite' is the 1999 album by the Fall.

The album builds on the techno-influenced beats of its predecessor Levitate, while also returning to a more rockabilly-influenced sound reminiscent of earlier Fall line-ups with songs such as the catchy "Touch Sensitive" and the strange, complex, thumping jungle beats of "The Crying Marshal". The Marshall Suite was made immediately after an American tour during which Mark E. Smith had an onstage fight with members of the band and was arrested following ongoing altercations at the hotel at which the group were staying. While the remaining band members quit and returned to England, leaving Smith in a cell in Manhattan, Julia Nagle chose to stay in the band, helping to assemble the group's new line-up. During the recording of the album, this new line-up was still taking shape and the album features two different bassists. None the less it was very well-received album at the time and highly collectible by now.