(Turning Point Music) Used LP $20.00

With the departure of Martin Bramah after Live At The Witch Trials, Marc Riley switched to guitar and Steve Hanley joined on bass; the latter’s signature basslines would become a major part of The Fall for the next two decades. Disheveled beats, stuttering lyrics, asymmetrical phrasing, lo-fi, cohesive sound and fierce. 2002 pressing on 180-gram vinyl. Sealed



(Cog Sinister - COGVP106) Used CD $10.00

1998 reissue of the 1980 album that underlined the band’s musical confidence and Mark E. Smith’s growing lyrical maturity. Ten classic tracks including the faves “New Face In Hell,” “The Impression of J. Temperance,” and “Container Drivers.”


Hex Enduction Hour +

(Get Back ) Used 2xLP $15.00 (Out-of-stock)

2005 reissue of this classic album from 1982, a big stomping record heavy on keyboards and powered by the two-drummer lineup of Paul Hanley and Karl Burns. Bonus tracks include “I’m Into C.B.” from Kamera's 1982 seven-inch and six live recordings. Liner notes by Daryl Easlea


Live At The Witch Trials +

(Cog Sinister - COGVP138) Used CD $8.00 (Out-of-stock)

Eleven excellent songs from the screaming edge of rock, recorded in one or two takes in 1979, containing elements of The Fall’s recurring themes — realism, surrealism, and paranoia. Remastered and reissued in 2002, with three bonus tracks: “Bingo Master,” “Psycho Mafia,” and “Repetition.”


Room To Live

(Cog Sinister - COGVP105) Used 2xCD $25.00 (Out-of-stock)

1998 reissue of The Fall’s sixth album, from 1982, featuring long, shambolic shuffle classics like “Joker Hysterical Face,” “Marquis Cha Cha,” “A Hard Life in Country,” plus the tracks from the “Lie Dream Of Casino Soul” single. Second disc is a limited edition EP, with four tracks recorded live at The Band On The Wall in 1982: “Drago’s Guilt,” “Joker Hysterical Face,” “Lie Dream Of Casino Soul,” and “Hexen Strife Knot.”