Features Song Lyrics for The Fall's Cerebral Caustic (bonus disc) album.
The Fall - Dont Call Me Darling Album : The Fall - Cerebral Caustic Year : 1995.
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Smith once again landed on his feet after departing a label, ditching Matador in favor of Permanent, but Cerebral Caustic is notable for many other reasons. First, of all people, Brix Smith (still going by the name) rejoined the lineup, while future events made this the last studio album featuring Craig Scanlon. Though not an original member, his guitar playing for many made the Fall as much as Smith's vision and vocals, and knowing in retrospect that this was his unintentional final bow makes Cerebral that much more of interest. On top of that, Dave Bush would also leave after this album and its tour to join Elastica.
Album Name Cerebral Caustic. Labels Castle Music Permanent Records. Music StylePost-punk. Members owning this album1. 2. Don't Call Me Darling.
Don't Call Me Darling. One Day. North West Fashion Show.
Is Cerebral Caustic the best album by The Fall? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Cerebral Caustic by The Fall (1995) Overall rank: 27,612th. Accolades: Top albums of 1995 (549th). Top albums of the 1990s (5,288th). Best albums of all time (27,612th).
Cerebral Caustic is the seventeenth full-length studio album by British post-punk group the Fall, released in 1995 on Permanent Records. It spent one week on the UK Albums Chart at number 67, 19 places lower than its predecessor Middle Class Revolt, marking the end of one of the group's relatively more successful periods. Background and recording. Guitarist and former Fall member Brix Smith returned to the lineup, having rejoined the group for live shows in 1994 after quitting in 1989. She and ex-husband Mark E. Smith had come to an agreement that she would stay in Los Angeles and fly to the UK whenever needed for live performances and recording. Her impact was immediate, and she co-wrote five of this album's 12 tracks. Other tracks included a Frank Zappa cover ("I'm Not Satisfied").
Cerebral Caustic turned out to be the beginning of a period of considerable turbulence for the group; having not dismissed anyone since 1990, Smith sacked keyboardist Dave Bush by letter shortly after the album's completion. Guitarist Craig Scanlon, who had been with the band for 16 years and co-authored over 120 songs, would be sacked during the sessions for the epic single "The Chiselers" at the end of the year. Smith later admitted to MOJO magazine that he had developed a drink problem during this period and he accepted that this had impacted upon the group. The album again featured sleeve art by Pacal Le Gras. Brix Smith said of the artwork in her 2017 book The Rise, The Fall & the Rise : "If that LP isn't the worst Fall album, it definitely has the worst cover art. When I see it now, the skull clown is Mark.
|Don't Call Me Darling|
|Life Just Bounces|
|I'm Not Satisfied|
|Bonkers In Phoenix|
|North West Fashion Show|
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|PERMCD 30||The Fall||Cerebral Caustic (CD, Album)||Permanent Records||PERMCD 30||UK||1995|
|XRCN-7001||The Fall||Cerebral Caustic (CD, Album)||Zero Corporation||XRCN-7001||Japan||1995|
|PERMMC 30||The Fall||Cerebral Caustic (Cass)||Permanent Records||PERMMC 30||UK||1995|
|PERMLP 30||The Fall||Cerebral Caustic (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Cog Sinister, Permanent Records||PERMLP 30||UK||1995|
|ARTFULCD24||The Fall||Cerebral Caustic (CD, Album, RE)||Artful Records||ARTFULCD24||UK||1999|
|CAS 36250-2||The Fall||Cerebral Caustic (Exp + CD, Album, RE + CD, Comp)||Castle Music||CAS 36250-2||US||2006|
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Performer: The Fall
Title: Cerebral Caustic
Date of release: 1995
Style: New Wave, Post-Punk
Size MP3: 1572 mb
Size FLAC: 1378 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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