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THE FALL Reformation Post TLC Sanctuary (2007)

The Fall

This Manchester indie pop/rock band have reformed and undergone a myriad of line-up changes, and were at one point a favourite of John Peel.

So here we have a new album, 14 new tracks, and they kick off with 'Over! Over!', a moody indy rocker, off the wall vocals, while 'Reformation' features a very low end bass, the kind youd find on a gothic metal release.

Some hard rock moody undertones with pop/eclectic vocal overtones.

One track does have a lighter number with a slight country feel. Then its back to the dark edge; the band have developed from the 80s Manchester sound. Still an element of the original punk and new wave edges in places.

'Couch And Horses' even nods at Dire Straits, in a pleasant way.

Fans will love, others will enjoy.

***½

Review by Joe Geesin


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***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly


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