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2 CD digitally remastered Deluxe Edition of The Fall's 1996 studio album, including 12 bonus tracks. The Light User Syndrome is often acclaimed as the last classic-style Fall album, owing both to the presence of longtime personnel including Brix Smith, Karl Burns, Steve Hanley and Simon Wolstencroft, as well as it's guitar-driven post-punk sound. Leader Mark E. Smith is on top form, including one of his legendary "pre-cogs" in "Powder Keg." The centerpiece of the original album is the multipart "Interlude/Chilinism," an expansion of pre-album single "The Chiselers." The Fall claimed three spots on legendary DJ John Peel's 'Festive Fifty' chart of 1996's best songs, more than any other artist; "Cheetham Hill" led the way at #6, followed by "The Chiselers" at #13 and "Hostile" at #16. This 2 CD Deluxe Edition of The Light User Syndrome adds singles, B-sides, alternate versions and live recordings from 1996, all newly remastered by Andy Pearce, plus extensive sleeve notes with new interviews conducted by Daryl Easlea in March 2022.
2 CD digitally remastered Deluxe Edition of The Fall's 1996 studio album, including 12 bonus tracks. The Light User Syndrome is often acclaimed as the last classic-style Fall album, owing both to the presence of longtime personnel including Brix Smith, Karl Burns, Steve Hanley and Simon Wolstencroft, as well as it's guitar-driven post-punk sound. Leader Mark E. Smith is on top form, including one of his legendary "pre-cogs" in "Powder Keg." The centerpiece of the original album is the multipart "Interlude/Chilinism," an expansion of pre-album single "The Chiselers." The Fall claimed three spots on legendary DJ John Peel's 'Festive Fifty' chart of 1996's best songs, more than any other artist; "Cheetham Hill" led the way at #6, followed by "The Chiselers" at #13 and "Hostile" at #16. This 2 CD Deluxe Edition of The Light User Syndrome adds singles, B-sides, alternate versions and live recordings from 1996, all newly remastered by Andy Pearce, plus extensive sleeve notes with new interviews conducted by Daryl Easlea in March 2022.
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Light User Syndrome (Bonus Tracks) [Deluxe] [Remastered]
Artist: FALL
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. D.I.Y. Meat
2. Das Vulture Ans Ein Nutter-Wain
3. He Pep!
4. Hostile
5. Stay Away (Old White Train)
6. Spinetrak
7. Interlude/Chilinism
8. Powder Keg
9. Oleano
10. Cheetham Hill
11. The Coliseum
12. Last Chance to Turn Around
13. The Ballad of J. Drummer
14. Oxymoron
15. Secession Man
16. The Chiselers
17. Chilinist
18. Hostile (alternate version)
19. Oleano (alternate version)
20. Italiano
21. He Pep! (alternate version)
22. Interlude/Chilinism (alternate version)
23. D.I.Y. Meat (live version)
24. Spinetrak (live version)
25. Das Vulture Ans Ein Nutter-Wain (live version)
26. The Coliseum (live version)
27. Chilinist (live version)

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2 CD digitally remastered Deluxe Edition of The Fall's 1996 studio album, including 12 bonus tracks. The Light User Syndrome is often acclaimed as the last classic-style Fall album, owing both to the presence of longtime personnel including Brix Smith, Karl Burns, Steve Hanley and Simon Wolstencroft, as well as it's guitar-driven post-punk sound. Leader Mark E. Smith is on top form, including one of his legendary "pre-cogs" in "Powder Keg." The centerpiece of the original album is the multipart "Interlude/Chilinism," an expansion of pre-album single "The Chiselers." The Fall claimed three spots on legendary DJ John Peel's 'Festive Fifty' chart of 1996's best songs, more than any other artist; "Cheetham Hill" led the way at #6, followed by "The Chiselers" at #13 and "Hostile" at #16. This 2 CD Deluxe Edition of The Light User Syndrome adds singles, B-sides, alternate versions and live recordings from 1996, all newly remastered by Andy Pearce, plus extensive sleeve notes with new interviews conducted by Daryl Easlea in March 2022.
        
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