The Fall (musician)
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The Fall song was too scary for 'Twilight'
British band The Fall were commissioned to pen a song for hit vampire movie "Twilight" -- but the track was shelved as it was too scary for the franchise. The group's frontman Mark E. Smith has revealed the producers of the hit teen films held talks with the from MSN Entertainment Read more »
Music review: The Fall, Clapham Grand, London
get anything else.” The loyal, still growing tribe crammed and jostling for position to watch the latest instalment of The Fall’s 37-year, ongoing last stand for Smith’s caustically individual values take that as a promise. There have been times where it’s from The Independent Read more »
The Fall: Same old Mark E Smith. But different...
E Smith and The Fall are one of the constant, cryptic undercurrents of English music. From Live at the Witch Trials, in 1978, through ballet with Michael Clark and Leigh Bowery in the Eighties to pioneering rock and electronica in the Nineties, near-collapse from The Independent Read more »
The Fall, Evil Blizzard, The Temps: East Village Arts Club, Liverpool
to The Fall's incredibly long ex-members list. Look, Smith once famously said 'if it's me and yer granny on bongos, it's a Fall gig', so it counts. Don't ruin the dream, alright? A few minutes later and they were gone. The house lights went up, people filed from Getonthis: Peter Guy's Music Blog Read more »
Live Review: The Fall
years and counting. Whether Mark E. Smith and co. last another 36 years or whether the inevitable happens and he does team up with a bongo playing granny, one thing is certain. The Fall are, and will remain, as unrelenting and powerful as they ever were. from Nouse Read more »