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Tag Archives: the fall
First, a disclaimer: John Peel once said regarding Fall LPs, “it might not always be what you want, but it’s still the Fall”. Worth keeping that in mind despite a little carping, below.
Although the artwork looks a bit low-budget, and with this writer expecting another inconsistently grubby Fall album after three such, turns out ‘New Facts Emerge’ against all evidence (title influenced by the BrexiTrump / post-truth world?) is pretty much hot. … Continue reading
“The new album is much better than ‘Code:Selfish’”, long time, and brilliant, guitarist Craig Scanlon told NME around the time of ‘The Infotainment Scan”s release in April 1993, before continuing, “there’s massive guitars and drums working together”. Listening to the … Continue reading