[uf-discuss] Problems parsing ufs
Michael.Smethurst at bbc.co.uk
Wed Jun 6 09:39:50 PDT 2007
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<h1>ALBUMS</h1><h2 class="fn">The Fall, Fall Heads Roll</h2>
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href="/preview/661/artist" class="fn url">The Fall</a></span></dd>
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<li>What About Us?</li>
<li>Midnight in Aspen</li>
<li>I Can Hear the Grass Grow</li>
<li>Early Days of Channel FÃ14hrer</li>
<li>Breaking the Rules</li>
<li>Trust in Me</li>
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<p>Hearing Mark E. Smith shout over a rumbling beat
is one of life's singular pleasures. He drawls like Johnny Cash after too
<p>A newteam of young whippersnappers have been chosen
to form the latest incarnation of The Fall. Honed into a brutal, head
banging rock beastthey do a great Bo Diddley and thrash their way through an
acid scrambled version of The Move's "I Can Hear The Grass Grow".</p>
<p>Smith filters dark thoughts through the broken prism
of his brain. He chides those who spread "lies and discontent" on the
lopsided "Ride Away" before singing "Hey, Hey". It's funny, but I'm not sure
why. "What About Us" tells the story ofan East German rabbit who moves to
the North of England and gets annoyed about Harold Shipman.</p>
<p>By his own high standards Smith's performances here
are erratic. Sometimes he's as sharp as a needle, sometimes he's
<p>But "Ya Wanner" and "Clasp Hands" are classic Fall:
driving riffs with Smith's lyrical gems smeared on top. When they're this
good, there's no one within shouting distance.</p>
<p><span class="reviewer vcard"><span class="fn">Andrew
McGregor</span></span> (<abbr class="dtreviewed"
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On 6/6/07 17:01, "Brian Suda" <brian.suda at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/6/07, Michael Smethurst <Michael.Smethurst at bbc.co.uk> wrote:
>> Think I'm tending toward the latter cos the point of the page is the
>> Any thoughts?
> could you provide us with a link so we can help sort out this issue?
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