The Fall – A Touch Sensitive: Live

Capturing the ramshackle chaos and converse musical tautness of new millennium Fall, this professionally filmed gig in Blackburn from September 2002 is a connoisseur's delight of old faves ("Mr Pharmacist") and recent classics ("Two Librans"). A great fan souvenir, blighted only by Mark E Smith's foolish decision to allow some leery Mancoid guest singer to ruin "Big New Prinz".

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Capturing the ramshackle chaos and converse musical tautness of new millennium Fall, this professionally filmed gig in Blackburn from September 2002 is a connoisseur’s delight of old faves (“Mr Pharmacist”) and recent classics (“Two Librans”). A great fan souvenir, blighted only by Mark E Smith’s foolish decision to allow some leery Mancoid guest singer to ruin “Big New Prinz”.

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