The Light User Syndrome - The Fall Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - New Wave & Post-punk / Artist: The Fall / Audio CD released 1996-06-10 at Jet / Disc #1 ... more
The Light User Syndrome - The Fall ... Tracklisting
1 DIY Meat
2 Das Vulture Ans Ein Nuttter Wain
3 He Pep
5 Stay Away (Old White Train)
8 Powder Keg
10 Cheetham Hill
12 Last Chance To Turn Around
13 Ballad Of J Drummer
15 Secession Man
Newest Review: ... and his anger and frustration is obvious throughout. The anger of the previous track leads nicely into the next song ... more
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Introduction --------------- "The Light User Syndrome" is the 19th studio album by the cult Mancunian band The Fall. Released in 1996 on Jet Records the album finds The Fall in a volatile mood. The band featured the line up of - Mark E Smith - Vocals, Keyboards Steve Hanley - Bass Guitar Karl Burns - Drums Simon Wolstencroft - Drums Julia Nagle - Synthesizers, Guitar and computer programming Brix E Smith - Guitars, Vocals The album is important as it introduce Julia Nagle to the band, has the last appearance of Brix Smith and is the first album not to feature long-term guitarist ... Read the complete review
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