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Mark E. Smith of The Fall. Look into his eyes and think of something profound to say.
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April 4, 2011 Sometimes we go to extremes to see the bands we love. Sometimes our heroes live up to our expectations.
Your Future Our Clutter is Mark E. Smith's 28th studio album with The Fall.
April 25, 2010 For the British post-punk band, repetition is an enduring philosophy. The Fall has been making jangly punk-rock music for more than three decades, and despite numerous lineup changes, its raucous signature sound has endured. Hear The Fall's 28th studio album, Your Future Our Clutter, in its entirety here until its May 4 release.
September 3, 2008 Day to Day asked artists to send their musical takes on the California Dream. Among dozens of submissions, one track stood out because of its unique approach: The instruments are urban sounds. Quinn Kiesow spent 80 hours piecing together an array of noises to make "Los Angeles."
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July 17, 2007 For the last 30 years, Mark E. Smith has led one hard-driving band and many, many band members. The latest incarnation of the post-punk collective has a new record out, one which features another impromptu Reformation of personnel.
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