50,000 Fall Fans Can’t Be Wrong: The Very Best of The Fall 1978-2003
Daryl Easlea, Sanctuary Records, Spring 2004
IN THE EARLY months of 2004, The Fall’s first album, Live At The Witch Trials, celebrated its 25th anniversary. When The Fall started, rock wasn’t old enough to have albums that had silver jubilees; the form was still that young. There are only a handful of working bands that have been together longer than The Fall, and it is difficult to think of any who have released, with few exceptions, new product each year.
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