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  • CD (9 janvier 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Narnack
  • ASIN : B000AP2ZEE
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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1. Ride Away
2. Blindness
3. What About Us?
4. Pacifying Joint
5. Assume
6. Midnight In Aspen
7. Clasp Hands
8. I Can Hear The Grass Grow
9. Bo Demmick
10. Youwanner
11. Midnight Aspen Reprise
12. Early Days Of Channel Fuhrer
13. Breaking The Rules
14. Trust In Me

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5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Alexis Bidault TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 20 janvier 2006
Format: CD
The Fall défie la critique. La mienne en tout cas. Groupe culte, d’une longévité rare, et dont le seul élément fixe est l’inénarrable Mark E. Smith, il réussit l’exploit d’être un élément fondamental de mon paysage rock sans qu’aucun de ses albums ne m’apparaisse comme réellement indispensable. Important, mais pas vital, The Fall est là, inébranlable, traversant les époques, tel une amarre inamovible.
La discographie du groupe est fascinante, constituée d’une multitude d’albums tous différents, tous un peu bordéliques et qu’on serait bien en peine de rattacher à un genre en particulier. The Fall est rétif aux étiquettes. The Fall fait du The Fall. Et si aucun de leurs disques n’a de droit d’entrée dans mon panthéon, régulièrement j’ai envie d’écouter la musique de The Fall. Car je sais que j’y retrouverais mes marques : la voix de Smith, une certaine réticence des chansons à dévoiler leurs charmes, une rugosité jamais démentie, une attitude sans concession, à rien ni personne, autant d’éléments qui sont poussés à leur paroxysme et qui en un sens me rappellent de manière salutaire en quoi la musique que j’aime diffère de ce qu’on entend régulièrement à la radio. Même pour ma radio à moi, où Sonic Youth enchaînerait les tubes, The Fall est la marge, irréductible.
Fall Heads Roll est un album plutôt accessible du groupe. Assez rock et moins farouche qu’à l’accoutumée, il est entraînant et repose en grande partie sur des riffs efficaces de guitare et de basse.
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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
most impressive. 6 octobre 2005
Par Jules - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Unlike with most of the Fall's releases over the past five years or so, I did not approach "Fall Heads Roll" with nearly as much skepticism as I did those other recent records. I believe that it was off their website or one linked to it that I downloaded some 2004 Peel Sessions of "blindness," "clasp hands," and "what about us." These were truly excellent recordings, with an intensity that reminded me much of "Hex Enduction Hour."

Their previous full-length "the real new fall lp" is a great album in its own right, and one that can really grow on you, but I just flatly disagree with those reviewers who feel it necessary to cast "fall heads roll" as a somewhat lesser version of it. On the contrary, this record has an intensity that the previous one too often lacks (even though it remains quite engaging). Moreover, the "softer" moments on "fall heads roll" (Midnight Aspen / Reprise) don't at all grate on the rest of the material (which was the major failure of otherwise good early 90s records such as "Extricate," ect), but they instead merge much more organically with their surroundings. One could tell from the last full-length that the Fall had regained much of the sharpness/wit that characterized early classics like "Room to Live" (i love those 'i hate the country' songs), and "fall heads roll" delivers in this area even more satisfyingly.

Mark E. Smith's new wife and keyboardist Eleni plays a significant role throughout the record, and it's great to hear the band gel around her and M. E. Smith. As much as some may hate the parallel, this new(ish) lineup could very well return the band to the creative and catchy heights they achieved in the best of the Brix period. One or two more successive albums like this and there will be little disagreement with such an observation. As it stands now, I'm not quite ready to uncross my fingers. As long as there's not another divorce in the near future (which would very likely thrust Smith into further self-conscious emotional griping that diluted albums like "Extricate"), I will do my best to remain optimistic.

Even in such a case, "Fall Heads Roll" will not become stale anytime soon. Truly a modern classic and, as the previous reviewer suggests, I will not accept any reaction less that enthusiastic from those friends who remain casual spectators into the world of the Fall. And in this case, I don't think I even need to worry about that.
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Safe House Breached 1 décembre 2005
Par Jay F. Bolick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Like some insane jakey escaped from a James Kelman novel MES mumbles his way in near incoherence thru this latest recording. Once again the Smith verbiage is "thrown like a carcass into the whirring propeller" that is the music of the Fall, and once again dark magic is the result. Smith's rant has been reduced to a mumble as he apparently converges with his own mythology. Unlike a Keith Richards, Smith would never stoop to minstrilize himself with drunken affectation, but the drink has always been there. It was certainly there back in 1983 when my interview with him for a Philly zine quickly morphed into a 3 hour afternoon drinking session at a local Irish pub.

He was brilliant then and he remains brilliant now. Over 3 decades, no band to have emerged from the original 77 punk scene can come close to rivaling the Fall in terms of the shear quantity of good music produced. The new band are incredibly hot, more obviously so here than on "Click". Like Captain Beefheart with his voice ravaged by MS on his final recording "Ice Cream for Crow", Smith is so far ahead of his contemporaries that he will be more interesting than them until the moment he keels over and can't even manage a mumble any more. The worst song The Fall ever recorded is of more substance than the best song that a "Franz Ferdinand" could ever imagine.
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The Mighty Fall 5 octobre 2005
Par D. Harbaugh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Fall just released one of the best albums of their careers. Fall Heads Roll comes through on every level. The Fall is a truly unique band and incredible on so many fronts, but the pleasures inherent in The Fall are often subtle and apparent after repeated listenings. The new album is immediately breathtaking with humor, vitriol, noise, all benefited by clear punchy production. Every moment is genius and control. Finally here is a Fall disc that you can pass onto those friends who you have been trying to convert for years.
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So Wonderful it's Frightening!!!! 30 novembre 2005
Par ozymandias - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As ever, the reviews are varied. What I will say is that, for the first time since about 1990 (Extricate, if you must know!), I have found a Fall album that demands to be listened to time and again.

I fell out with them mid 90's but was re-ignited by a BBC4 documentary on said band. And how glad I am!

Are Smith's musings those of genius or borderline alcoholic, speed freak? No matter, this cd is stamped with Fall class.

The opening track (Ride Away) is awkward (to say the least) but, over the years, Smith has been more demanding of his listeners. It sounds almost Reggae (to me).

From then on, it is The Fall at their best. They delve into past victories (albeit with a cool, new edge). Fall know-alls will spot references to many old favourites too numerous to mention.

Highlights are the rasping bass of Blindness, the sweet melody of Aspen, Youwanner for the utter Fallness of it and Trust In Me just for sounding like Bend Sinister.

For those of you currently "out" of The Fall, this may well get you back on track. Enjoy!
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Has done worse can do much better 6 février 2006
Par Lovblad - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Another Fall record...I do not know...It is actually not so bad. The problem is that despite the incredible musical diversity ME Smith has displayed over the years it does allways sound the same, with some exceptions. It is still very solid and there are as allways a few pearls included that will make any fan happy. But in a sense it is a very very commercial approach in the sense that it appeals to a very very well established fan-base.
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