The Fall – Listening In:Lost Singles Tracks 1990-92

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Whereas many recent Fall compilations have been largely superfluous, as a document of a hitherto unexplored nook in Mark E Smith’s daunting discography this is invaluable:basically, all the extras from the Extricate and Shiftwork-era singles plus 1992’s Ed’s Babe EP and a couple of rare mixes (including 1990’s “Telephone Thing” Coldcut collaboration given the dub treatment). Worth it alone for all three “movements” of “Zagreb”?obscure even by Fall standards!

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