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Everyone agrees with me, don't they?
..although Perverted By Language is a very close second. Bend Sinister is ace though.
I'm going to be a complete arse and say The Unutterable though :D
(Levitate is right up there too)
Might *actually* be PBL though, that record is terrifyingly good
I don't own enough to offer a fully qualified opinion, so I'll probably go with the consensus and say 'Hex then Peverted, aight', though I have to say, Grotesque holds a special place in my heart.
I'm there with Grotesque (After the Gramme), first album of theirs I heard so it has all kinds of nostalgic conoctations.
I like Wonderful and Frightning best ...... but I only heard 6 albums.
followed closely by the Wonderful and Frightening World of...
but I've only heard 8 of their albums.
But probably doesn't count as its only really a mini-album
After that Hex, Grotesque, This Nation's Saving Grace, PBL, Wonderful and Frightening World, Bend Sinister, The Unutterable, Extricate and all the others.
Oh and yes, I have got all of them. They're all worth having.
i really like damo suzuki's track on it as well
Live at the Witch Trials
Grotesque (After the Gramme)
Hex Enduction Hour
Room to Live (Undilutable Slang Truth!)
Perverted by Language
The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall
This Nation's Saving Grace
The Frenz Experiment
I Am Kurious Oranj
The Infotainment Scan
Middle Class Revolt
The Light User Syndrome
The Marshall Suite
Are You Are Missing Winner
The Real New Fall LP (Formerly Country on the Click)
Fall Heads Roll
Reformation Post TLC
Imperial Wax Solvent
Your Future Our Clutter
But that doesn't mean its my personal best. I've got a soft spot for Dragnet, Room to Live, the Fontanas, Marshall Suite & Reformation too, so shows what I know.
The blend of experimentalism, glampop and industrial metal is certainly one of the most consistent albums since the early 90s and the recent broadsheet/coffee-table music mag Fall-praising revival started around The Unutterable too. It also contains Dr Bucks Letter - a career high in my opinion.
in its warped, consistently catastrophic fearsomeness - The Unutterable's wayward and sloshed older brother - and aside from being miraculously compelling all the way through it has three songs, Hurricane Edward, Ol' Gang and the truly exceptional 4 1/2 Inch, that stand alongside ANYTHING made in the name of British experimental rock.
are my favs.