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Describing The Fall to a new listener is a task that even the most talented wordsmith would find problem with. A mixture of punk fury, spoken word and shamanic chanting that basks in repeated, near-cacophonous guitar riffs and tribal drum textures... it's more simple to sum up by stating 'that's The Fall'. Mark E Smith led the revolving door band through unrelenting decades of musical manufacture - ignorant of trend and fashion - to establish himself and the moniker as a bonafide, alternative music landmark. This vinyl 2LP collection documents The Fall's scathing April 28, 2002 performance at the ATP Festival.
Describing The Fall to a new listener is a task that even the most talented wordsmith would find problem with. A mixture of punk fury, spoken word and shamanic chanting that basks in repeated, near-cacophonous guitar riffs and tribal drum textures... it's more simple to sum up by stating 'that's The Fall'. Mark E Smith led the revolving door band through unrelenting decades of musical manufacture - ignorant of trend and fashion - to establish himself and the moniker as a bonafide, alternative music landmark. This vinyl 2LP collection documents The Fall's scathing April 28, 2002 performance at the ATP Festival.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: LTEV
Rel. Date: 07/09/2021
UPC: 803343221039

Live At The ATP Festival: 28 April 2002
Artist: FALL
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $35.98
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Describing The Fall to a new listener is a task that even the most talented wordsmith would find problem with. A mixture of punk fury, spoken word and shamanic chanting that basks in repeated, near-cacophonous guitar riffs and tribal drum textures... it's more simple to sum up by stating 'that's The Fall'. Mark E Smith led the revolving door band through unrelenting decades of musical manufacture - ignorant of trend and fashion - to establish himself and the moniker as a bonafide, alternative music landmark. This vinyl 2LP collection documents The Fall's scathing April 28, 2002 performance at the ATP Festival.

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