The Fall play ...
lost Fall Christmas songs...
interview with the Independent appeared on December 7, 2002;
many thanks to Stuart Newman for typing it in and to Steven
Dean for scanning the photos
(including a terrific recent portrait of Mark).
- Mark was on Virgin
Cuts on December 1st, chatting to Pete Mitchell and choosing a few
songs (Bo Diddley, "Hey Bo Diddley"; R. Dean Taylor,
"Indiana Wants Me"; Aqua, "Barbie Girl";
Big Youth, "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing"; Can,
"Vitamin C"; The Impressions, "First Impressions";
Velvet Underground, "I Heard Her Call My Name."
- Stephen Bending's
ever-changing Fall multimedia
website currently has the above Razor Cuts interview, the
Telephone Thing video from the Late Show, and Bombast
from the Tube (as well as Mark and Brix's interview with that show's
- The Fall are in
"a real posh" studio recording tracks for the new album, which
should be out early next year.
- The band are booked
to record their 23rd Peel session on January 15.
- Rebellious Jukebox
is on this month's Uncut free CD.
- Pascal's video
finally made it to Berkeley's Fine Arts cinema for one
night only - December 22.
- There's a good
chance of more US dates in the days before or after the Los Angeles
ATP in June.
- Live at the
Witch Trials was declared #17 out of 25 essential punk LPs in Record
Collector's "Punk Special." Many thanks to Jon Anderson
for scanning in the relevant page.
Jon also sent in a jpg of the painting mentioned in this piece: Glenn
Brown's Portrait of Mark E. Smith as
Pope Innocent X from 1999. Can't see the resemblance myself, I'm
- If you haven't
listened to the Resonance FM
mp3 stream yet, you should give it a try.
- In the shops soon,
two new Blue Orchids CDs.
New single is out
now (it reached #64 on the UK singles chart and #22
on John Peel's Festive 50).
1. Susan vs. Youthclub (Smith / Milner)
2. Janet vs. Johnny (Smith / Pritchard)
1. Susan vs. Youthclub
2. Janet vs. Johnny
3. Susan vs. Youthclub - remix (remixed by Vertical Smile)
was supposed to come out on blue
vinyl, but due to a pressing plant error, it's regulation black
NME, 7 December,
2002 (p. 35):
The Fall Vs 2003 (Action)
Mark E Smith - for
those who don't know, he's sort of a cross between Victor Meldrew, Scrooge,
the kid out of Kes and The Hobbit - licks no spittle and (unlike almost
every other motherlover on the Manc 'scene') he has not one single dirty,
rotten ,stinking, filthy , fucking hippy bone in his entire curiously
tortoise-like body. The best thing here is 'Susan Vs Youthclub', which
sounds like a track that was left off the last but one Primal Scream
album because it was just too damn good. Proving once again that Mark
E Smith is a national treasure - a living punk rock fossil. A bit like
a crocodile. Only nastier. And without quite so many teeth.
Susan is back with
Karl in Neighbours!
more Fall vs.
2003 reviews and lyrics in the previous Fall
Out now on Voiceprint:
In (Cog Sinister / Voiceprint: COGVP132CD): A compilation of
most of the Phonogram single A & B sides from 1990-92 not on the
Shift-Work or Code: Selfish CDs.
and sleeve notes by our own Conway Paton.
Telephone Thing (Extended)
2. Butterflies 4 Brains *
3. Zandra *
4. Blood Outta Stone
5. Zagreb (Movements I & II & III)
6. Life Just Bounces
7. The Funeral Mix *
So What About It? (Remix 1) *+
9. Xmas With Simon *
10. Don't Take The Pizza *
11. So What About It? (Remix 2) *+
12. Ed's Babe
13. Pumpkin Head Xscapes
14. The Knight The Devil And Death
15. Free Ranger
16. So What About It? (Remix 3) *+
17. Telephone Dub
* previously unavailable on CD
+ previously on a promotional-only release
Notes: Although the mixes on the Free Range single are
slightly different to the album versions, as is the single mix of
Arms Control Poseur, they were not included due to space
what the above tracklisting says, Butterflies 4 Brains is
not making its CD debut on this compilation (it was on the Popcorn
Double Feature CD single).
(COGVP136CD) includes the Step Forward & Kamera singles only,
as Voiceprint couldn't sort out rights to the Rough Trade singles
and sleeve notes again by Conway Paton.
2. Psycho Mafia (2:12)
3. Repetition (4:54)
4. It's The New Thing (3:25)
5. Various Times (5:14)
6. Rowche Rumble (3:59)
7. In My Area (4:05)
8. Fiery Jack (4:43)
9. 2nd Dark Age (1:58)
10. Psykick Dancehall No.2 (3:34)
11. Lie Dream Of A Casino Soul (3:06)
12. Fantastic Life (5:18)
13. Look, Know (4:38)
14. I'm Into C.B. (6:28)
15. Marquis Cha-Cha (4:27)
16. Room To Live (4:12)
Also out now are 24-bit
remasters of Witch Trials (guaranteed 100% skip-free!), Dragnet,
and Hex Enduction Hour.
the Witch Trials +" (COGVP138CD) includes the bonus tracks
Bingo Master's Break-out, Psycho Mafia, and Repetition.
+" (COGVP140CD) includes the bonus tracks Rowche Rumble, In
My Area, Fiery Jack, 2nd Dark Age, and Psykick Dancehall No.2.
Hour" (COGVP141CD) includes the bonus tracks Look, Know and I'm
Each of the above
five and the forthcoming three Voiceprint remasters (Room to Live, In
a Hole, and Extricate) includes a coupon for you to collect and send in
for a "free CD." All we know about this mystery CD is that it
will be compiled by Mark and that he hasn't done it yet. You need to send
in seven of these eight coupons to get it (Voiceprint is waiving the Early
Singles coupon, since if you buy the rest you're getting most of the Early
Singles as bonus tracks anyway). Obviously no one in their right mind
is going to buy all these rereleases when they already have perfectly
good copies of Dragnet, Hex, RTL, and Extricate, so perhaps Voiceprint
will rethink this most generous offer.
Haven't seen any
notice on the Fall page about these two Blue Orchids releases,
due in less than two weeks. NB: "Underground Breakfast" is apparently
an instrumental version of the Fall's "Underground Medicine", and I
am told that the C81 cassette demo version of "Low Profile" is to be
included as well in all the fun. Yeah!
THE SLEEPER (LTMCD
Recorded in London over several months in 1993, The Sleeper confirms
Martin Bramah as a major (yet sorely underrated) talent. In addition
to surging pop numbers such as Lover of Nothing, Diamond Age, Dream
Boat and Butterfly Effect, the set also encompasses the soft (Blue Grey
Boy), the sinister (Weird World) and the intimate ballad Out of Sight,
one of Martin's best-realised arrangements to date. In addition to the
entire lost album, this CD includes tracks from the Sleepy Town, Diamond
Age and Secret City singles. The digitally mastered set runs for a full
70 minutes, and the booklet includes extensive sleevenotes. Tracklist:
Weird World, Dream Boat, Lover of Nothing, Blue Grey Boy, Diamond Age,
Butterfly Effect, NY Gargoyles, The Gun is a Coward's Weapon, Dark Matter
Kid, Out of Sight, Love Fiend, NY Gargotles (Secret City Mix), NY Gargoyles
(Subway Mix), Moth, Sleepy Town, Thirst, Diamond Age (12"), Sleepy Town
FROM SEVERE TO SERENE
In addition to all seven tracks recorded for their legendary John Peel
sessions in 1980 and 1982, this CD includes the rare Riding the Times
ep recorded in 1987 as Thirst with ex-Fall drummer Karl Burns, plus
several live tracks recorded in Manchester in 1981. This digitally remastered
set runs for 71 minutes, and the booklet includes detailed sleevenotes.
Tracklist: Work, The House That Faded Out, Low Profile, Sun Connection,
Bad Education, A Year With No Head, No Looking Back, Crystal Kiss, The
Unknown, Let Go, Riding the Times, Tighten My Belt (live), The Flood
(live), Sun Connection (live), Hanging Man (live), Disney Boys (live),
Work (live), Underground Breakfast (live).
The Observer last
Sunday (December 1) had a list of celebrities' books of the year, including
Camden Joy and
Colin Morton collaborated on Pan (Highwater) by transatlantic e-mails.
The novel sees various fans of the Manchester band The Fall make
their way to the group's notoriously poor 1998 New York show,
bringing with them hopes, regrets, emotional baggage and the severed
head of a Welsh pagan god. Kate Braverman's The Incantation of
Frida K (Seven Stories) posits the last days of Frida Kahlo as
a hallucinatory dream, and John Seabrook's Nobrow (Vintage) analyses
the impact of marketing on the arts from a uniquely personal perspective
that touches on all aspects of modern life.
Dear Fall people,
Here's a little
something; a Fall ringtone for your Nokia mobile phones if you have
them. Since those companies that advertise in the back of magazines
are NEVER going to have your favourite Fall tune to download, follow
these instructions and Spoilt Victorian Child will play whenever your
phone rings. It's free too! Because you have to do all the work yourself.
I've got a Nokia
3410 but I reckon it'll probably be the same for all Nokia mobiles.
1. Select Menu.
Then Extras. Then Composer. Pick an (empty) slot.
2. You're probably best off reading the instructions on how to use the
actual thing because it's quite confusing.
3. And this is what you want to program in...
4f2 / 8#a1 / 4#a1
/ 8#a1 / 4c2 / 8c2 / 4#d2 / 4f2 / 8- / 4f2 / 8- / 8f2 / 4f2 / 8#a1 /
4#a1 / 8#a1 / 4c2 / 8c2 / 4f2 / 4e2 / 8- / 4e2 / 8- / 8e2 / 4f2 / 8#a1
/ 4#a1 / 8#a1 / 4c2 / 8c2 / 4#d2 / 4f2 / 8- / 4#a2 / 8- / 8#a2 / 4#a2
/ 8- / 4g2 / 8- / 2g2 / 16- / 16- / 32- / 4g2 / 8- / 2g2
NB the / symbol
is just for the purpose of this post to show a space between each 'note'.
4. Set TEMPO to
Simple, eh? Just
to give you some pointers:
To get, for example
Press 6 (4a1 appears)
Press ^# (4#a1 appears)
Press 8 (8#a1 appears)
Move onto next note.
To get 32-
Press 0 (2- appears)
Press 8 four times (goes 4- / 8- / 16- / 32-)
Move onto next note.
It's not EASY but
I'm sure if you can work the internet, you stand a good chance of some
success. Good luck.
Simon's sad confession:
my nokia plays the
16c1 16- 16g1
16- 16c1 16-
16f1 16- 16c1
16- 16#d1 16c1
16- 16.c1 16-
32- 16.c1 32-
32g1 32- 16g1
16.c1 32- 32f1
32- 16f1 16.c1
32- 16#d1 16c1
sorry about all
the rests but it doesnt sound right without them
Chris' even sadder
I've, er, modified
your bremen nacht ringtone Simon.
16c1 16- 16g1
16- 16c1 16-
16f1 16- 16c1
16- 16#d1 16c1
16- 16c1 8-
16c1 16- 16g1
16g1 16c1 16c1
16f1 16f1 16c1
16c1 16#d1 16c1
Sound better? Excuse
me, I think I hear my life calling... C. Goodhead
Thought this might
be of interest to readers in the San Francisco / Berkeley area. The
relevant bit's right down at the bottom of the page. http://www.fineartscinema.com/home.cgi
November 30 to December
Special Late Nite: THE FALL 11:15 nightly
A rare collection
of entrancing work based in and supported by the music of Mark E. Smith
and The Fall.
The Fine Arts Theater
Avenue (at Haste)
Mark and I went
to the screening last night, with his wife and my gf obligingly in tow.
Evidently, what was *supposed* to happen is that Pascal Le Gras was
going to send them a video he's created of material from 1992-2000,
with audio. Top notch, right? Wrong.
We go to the pub,
drink pints, "take a walk," and then arrive at the Fine Arts Theater.
The guy at the door tells us that they're showing Perverted By Language,
the *only* Fall video that I own and have seen countless times, since
Le Gras never sent the tape. WTF. Something about an assistant who does
not speak English. I was tempted to ask if the assistant understood
"send the fucking package." It was a bit of a disappointment, as we'd
made a rare sojourn across the Bay Bridge to Berkeley late at night,
to watch something I could have seen at home.
I remarked that
it only makes sense for even video representations of the Fall to cancel
on Americans...the band won't play for us anymore, so why should the
fucking video bother either. What I really don't understand is that
this was the fifth day this had been going on, and they didn't have
the fucking courtesy to change the one sentence on the website to say
"now showing Perverted by Language instead." What is the Internet for,
if not that?
Anyway, I suppose
it was marginally worth it...we had a good time, and it was nice to
see the thing on the big screen with full audio and all that. These
two girls in the back laughed uncontrollably at Mark during the interview,
I think in a good way.
Keith and Eric
(of the Fine Arts Cinema):
The Pascal Le Gras
tape arrived today. Conway, through Julia Nagle, put us in touch with
Pascal's secretary, Isabelle, last September. We have been in sporadic
contact since and she has been very enthusiastic about the project.
A number of circumstances contributed to the delay, however, mainly
video transfer problems and numerous strikes in France producing serious
Le Gras' collection
here is similar to the NYC show, including pieces with music not only
from The Fall but from John Cale, John Cage, Tom Waits and Fred Frith.
The Fall pieces are "Shift-Work" (1991), "Code: Selfish" (1992), "Middle
Class Revolt" (1994), "The Light User Syndrome" (1996), "Levitate" (1997),
"Masquerade" (1998) and "Two Librans" (2000). We look forward to showing
this and after we screen the material, full information on Pascal and
complete program details will be posted on this site and our own.
We apologize for
not updating our site, please be aware that our cinema is run by an
army of few. Thanks to The Fall fans that did show up, we hope to see
you at future shows.
Surmount All Obstacles
(including Container Drivers),
Keith & Eric
Fine Arts Cinema
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
SUNDAY DECEMBER 22ND 10:30 PM
AT FINE ARTS CINEMA IN BERKELEY
--VIDEOS OF PASCAL
music by The Fall, Fred Frith, Tom Waits, others
Pascal Le Gras is
a French painter and video artist. His work is closely tied to music,
his driving force, and is influenced by The Velvet Underground, John
Cage, William S. Burroughs, Jonas Mekas and Nam June Paik. He paints,
designs album covers, and creates music videos for and with such musicians
and bands like The Jazz Butcher, Bruce Joyner, The Fall, and Mark E.
Smith solo. His next project is with Jad Fair of Half Japanese. This
retrospective documents the evolution of his videos from the first work
by a friend filming one of Pascal's paintings to his most recent videos
in which he uses a computer program allowing sounds to act upon images.
His last screening was at the Marseille Poetry Center in France with
the poet Michel Bulteau, and was previously exhibited at Anthology Film
Archive in NYC in September 2000.
THE VIDEOS BEING
1984 "My Ever Changing Moods" (directed by Philippe Boudet)
1991 "Agited" music extracts John Cale (directed by Antoine Roch)
Selfish" music The Fall
1994 "Middle Class Revolt" music The Fall
1994 "Roaratworio" music extracts John Cage
1996 "The Light User Syndrome" music The Fall
1996 "The Light User Syndrome (long version)" music The Fall mix Pascal
1997 "Dream Dream Machine Forever" music Tom Waits
1997 "TÍtatutÍte" music chosen by children and mixed by Pascal
1997 "Levitate" music The Fall
1998 "Lilith" text Michel Bulteau / sound Pascal
1998 "Masquerade" music The Fall
1999 "Accident 02 - antifrustration mix music Fred Frith
2000 "2 Librans" music The Fall
2001 "Accident 03 - radical mix" music Fred Frith
NOTE: These pieces
were filmed in a variety of formats, Pascal chose video format for this
Total time: 92 mins VHS 10:30 pm $6.
FINE ARTS CINEMA
2451 Shattuck Ave (at Haste),
The infamous Pascal
Le Gras video thing was shown at the Fine Arts Cinema in Berkeley, CA
last night. A total of six people were in the audience, including me
and my sleepy wife. Eliot VB was not in attendance - no doubt he was
either relaxing at his cattle ranch, hiring seasonal workers for his
avocado orchards in Chile, or buying xmas trinkets for his four wives.
Seemed to be a cross-section
of work from the last 10 years or so. It started with mostly symbols
repeated over and over, magnified, multiplied, flashing on the screen.
The first half was nearly all computer-generated images like this. Basically
the same symbols - such as the cover of Code-Selfish and Infotainment
- shown at different angles and in different color schemes and spinning
at different speeds. The first fall related stuff included the aformentioned
crazy flashing symbols over Immortality, Everything Hurtz, City Dweller.
The Light User Syndrome (v1) was a live action filming of about 40 cut
out MES figures in a diorama with other cut out b+w figures. Flashing
lights and zooming in and out created movement in the figures. He Pep
provided the backing. LUS (v2) was simply screeches sampled from the
very beginning of Cheetham and Last Exit over 20 minutes of star symbols
and the same cut-out figures. Very repetitive. We had been warned by
the curator (theatre employee) before the show that this was a good
time for a smoke break.
Masquerade and Two
Librans were almost "proper" videos. This later material was more sophisticated,
partly due no doubt to easier technology to work with than earlier work
and a more layered approach to the screen. Less focus on a single symbol,
with much more animation and movement. Some of it reminded me of Rauschenberg,
but on speed. Also, Pascal seems a bit obsessed with MES - maybe has
a little crush on him? How cute!
Worth seeing for
the curiosity factor and that I don't see too many 90 minute video art
projects. Wife slept through the whole thing...
to Fallnet, then revised on Dec. 11 and with a further contribution from
In response to several
messages from a few weeks ago, I decided to try and compile all of the
known Fall chart positions together. If anyone knows of any others (or
any foreign ones. Did Lie Dream... really do so well in NZ?) then shout
For space reasons,
I've excluded all of the non charting stuff. Unless stated, all positions
are for the UK Record Retailer chart.
release title - highest position (weeks on chart)) - type of chart if
Jul: Rowche Rumble - 31 (2) - Indie chart
Jan: Fiery Jack - 4 (20) - Indie chart
TURNS - 1 (31) - Indie chart
Jul: How I Wrote 'Elastic Man' - 2 (16) - Indie chart
Sep: Totally Wired - 2 (23) - Indie chart
Nov: GROTESQUE - 1 (29) - Indie chart
Apr: SLATES EP - 3 (9) - Indie chart
Apr: A PART OF AMERICA WITHIN - 9 (9) - Indie chart
Sep: EARLY YEARS - 6 (10) - Indie chart
Nov: Lie Dream of a Casino Soul - 5 (17) - Indie chart
Feb: LIVE IN LONDON (Chaos tape) - 7 (10) - Indie chart
Mar: HEX ENDUCTION HOUR - 71 (3) - Indie chart
Apr: Look, Know - 4 (10) - Indie chart
Oct: ROOM TO LIVE - 4 (10) - Indie chart
Jan: A PART OF AMERICA THEREIN - 9 (9) - Indie chart
Jun: The Man
Whose Head Expanded - 3 (14) - Indie chart
Oct: Kicker Conspiracy - 5 (19) - Indie chart
Dec: PERVERTED BY LANGUAGE - 1 (14) - Indie chart
Oct: THE WONDERFUL AND FRIGHTENING WORLD OF... - 62 (2)
Apr: HIP PRIESTS AND KAMERADS - 4 (9) - Indie chart
NATION'S SAVING GRACE - 54 (2)
Sep: Mr. Pharmacist - 75 (1)
Oct: BEND SINISTER - 36 (3)
Dec: Hey! Luciani - 59 (1)
Apr: There's A Ghost In My House - 30 (4)
Jun: Peel Session EP (Dec. 78 session) - 3 (13) - Indie chart
Oct: Hit The North - 57 (5)
Dec: IN THE PALACE OF SWORDS REVERSED - 1 (12) - Indie chart
Jan: Victoria - 35 (3)
Feb: THE FRENZ EXPERIMENT - 19 (4)
Oct: I AM KURIOUS, ORANJ - 54 (2)
Nov: Jerusalem/Big New Prinz - 59 (2)
Jun: SEMINAL LIVE - 40 (2)
Jan: Telephone Thing - 58 (1)
Feb: EXTRICATE - 31 (3)
Aug: White Lightning - 56 (2)
(A sides comp) - 44 (2)
Apr: SHIFT-WORK - 17 (2)
Mar: Free Range - 40 (1)
Mar: CODE: SELFISH - 21 (1)
Apr: Why Are People Grudgeful? - 43 (1)
Apr: THE INFOTAINMENT SCAN - 9 (3)
Dec: Behind the Counter - 75 (1)
Apr: 15 Ways - 65 (1)
May: MIDDLE CLASS REVOLT - 48 (?)
Feb: CEREBRAL CAUSTIC - 67 (?)
Feb: The Chiselers - 60 (1)
Jun: THE LIGHT USER SYNDROME - 54 (?)
???: Plug Myself In (with DOSE) - 50 (1)
?Oct: LEVITATE - 117 (?)
Feb: Masquerade - 69 (1)
Feb: Touch Sensitive - 102 (?)
Apr: THE MARSHALL SUITE - 84 (?)
?Aug: F-'Oldin' Money - 114 (?)
Nov?: THE UNUTTERABLE - 136 (?)
Oct: 2G+2 - 116 (1?)
Dec: The Fall vs. 2003 - 64 (1) (9 (?) - indie chart)
This via Bent Crayon,
www.bentcrayon.com (good luck
finding it on their site though)
JOHN THE POSTMAN
"Puerile" (Overground) CD
A collection of
both of the records recorded by this beer-drinking British postman in
1978, who got his start hijacking the Buzzcocks' equipment for a drunken
rendition of "Louie Louie." Twelve tracks of mucking-around punk including
the first-ever vinyl appearance by MARK E. SMITH of THE FALL. John is
portrayed in the film 24 Hour Party People. $8.99
Peel, John (Various)
Fabriclive 07 comp CD in metal tin
John Peel has compiled/produced?
an album of remixes of some of his favourite songs. Included on the
cd is a version of Mr Pharmacist. Has anyone heard it?
Described in this
week's NME: "The 14th in the Fabric series of mix albums, this time
compiled by veteran DJ John Peel. Possibly the only record in the world
where shouty punk lies down with speaker-rattling drum 'n' bass."
"These are some
of my favourite songs... there's a real risk I'll listen to nothing
else ever again"
- John Peel
available at - http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000794FM/ref=sr_aps_music_1_3/202-5763094-
Also reviewed in
this month's Record Collector:
"Resolutely unmixed (apart form some fantastic echo at the end of The
Fall's Mr Pharmacist), this is the dance collection that it is ok for
oldies to enjoy"
Good to see that
the lads have a sideline business!
Hingley (ex-Inspiral Carpet) and the Lovers (including Steve and Paul
Hanley) tour date(s):
Feb. 06 The Witchwood
information on Tom's website: http://www.tomhingley.co.uk/
(note that Tom's website says that the Lovers are also playing
a few dates in December/ January, but he wrote me saying those are all
solo acoustic gigs.)
This is the latest
news and gossip off FallNet for those with weak stomachs.
If you have anything
to say, you can mail Stefan,
but you can't mail the FallNet mailing list direct anymore. To subscribe
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Ballroom gig, Virgin Radio, Fall vs. 2003, MES death row picks, Conway's
8nov02 PPP review and lyrics, Dave Harrop,
Manchester Online soap opera
15oct02 UK gig reports, 1983 photos, Fall
20sept02 loads of upcoming releases, jigsaws,
Vauxhall advert, Mark Prindle int., couple of music press scans, Slates
movie clip, Fall Tattooing
23aug02 singles box and Totally Wired reviews,
Rocking Vicar, lots of old music press scans
reviews, 6FM mp3, Bourgeois Blues, bits
13jun02 2G+2, Wire 25th anniversay piece,
custom Fall gig, PDFs of four old articles
16may02 Blackburn, London, ATP gig reviews,
BBC 6FM, Sydney 1990 int., French cartoon
19apr02 US tour cancelled, Mojo article,
Select (June 91), bits & pieces
19mar02 Euro tour reviews, Record Collector
interview., Wire review, new Fall discog., misc.
13feb02 comp results, Athens review, Bournemouth
13jan02 Timekode, Pan, bad German translations,
NME 2/25/89 interview
02jan02 album reviews, ancient Usenet refs
12dec01 MCR gig reviews, album reviews, Pan
28nov01 mammoth US tour edition
13nov01 first batch of AYAMW reviews, London
Forum gig reports
5nov01 Euro gig reports, Knitting Factory
19oct01 UK gig reports, studybees interview
30sep01 tour / booking details, 1979 fanzine
9sep01 not much
28aug01 Flitwick single, 82/83 gig pics
31may01 Dublin pics, Cash for Questions, Guardian
29apr01 IR, UK gig reviews
9apr01 NL gig reviews
3mar01 Dublin gig, Invisible Jukebox
28jan01 World Bewitched details
1jan01 some ace Castlefield pics
19dec00 more reviews
1dec00 tour reviews, crap interviews
10nov00 Unutterable reviews
21oct00 Stanza festival, HighSmith Teeth, comedy
11oct00 RFH reviews, new Cog Sinister releases
12sep00 DOSE interview, Fall calendar
22aug00 Portugal, Manchester gigs
9aug00 bits & pieces
23jul00 Psykick Dance Hall, Pure As Oranj details,
Triple Gang reviews
9jul00 few bits
20jun00 Ashton, Hull, Middlesbrough, Glasgow,
Edinburgh reviews, old Volume piece
30may00 LA2 reviews
22may00 few old LP reviews
2may00 bits & pieces
24apr00 TBLY #19 details, Prop details
8apr00 more Leeds reviews. WSC interview, other
26mar00 Doncaster, York, Leeds reviews, BravEar
interview (plus others)
14mar00 various reviews, old Liz Kershaw i/view
24feb00 Past Gone Mad details
13feb00 few bits & pieces
30jan00 tour details, Tommy Blake stuff
20jan00 TBLY #18 details, Hanley in Mojo
10jan00 Dragnet doylum, New Year message, etc
Old stuff: Nov 1997 - Dec 1999