Fall vinyl

Fall vinyl

Joined: 16 Aug 2016, 02:30

21 Oct 2016, 02:38 #1

Hey, I live in USA

Always looking for Fall vinyl

I'm not rich, so I don't need $300 promos or whatever. I'm also not concerned if there's minor wear & tear on items if they play without skipping.

Primarily interested in 1990-2010. I have most of the 80s stuff. Although there are some things from that era I might be interested in (still need "Call for Escape Route")

I also have tons of underground American psyche, jazz, and post punk records I could offer as trade or partial trade*. And I have tons of Fall CDs I'd love to convert to vinyl!

Anyway, here's some examples of records I'm looking for. Do not care what pressing they are, I'd rather have a cheap re-issue than an original, but I only want vinyl. So irritated that I bought these on CD. Also wish I knew why AYAMW only came out on picture disc. I remember seeing that and being like, "fuck picture discs!"

Code Selfish
Middle Class Revolt
Cerebral Caustic
Levitate
Marshall Sweet
Are You Are Missing Winner
Unutterable
Country On the Click Uk version
Imperial Wax Solvent

(and the singles that came out during those time periods)

*LPs I might trade: Alice Coltrane, Half Japanese, Red Krayola, John Coltrane, Sun Ra, Pastels, Blue Orchids, Cabaret Voltaire, Sun City Girls, old country and r&b and gospel. etc. Whitehouse, Nurse With Wound, Merle Haggard, Fela... I got a lot of shit I could turn into Fall records if yer innerested.
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misterrogers
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23 Oct 2016, 09:30 #2

Me too. The best resource I know for this is discogs You will end up paying a lot of money for shipping from Europe but its the only place I know that always as em...most of em anyway....

https://www.discogs.com/artist/2228-The-Fall
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pinhead69
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25 Oct 2016, 21:39 #3

Levitate and unutterable you can get reissues for cheap on eBay/discogs

The rest unfortunately you'll need to pay through the nose starting at £25 odd for code selfish all the way up to £100 plus for imperial wax solvent

I just paid £129 for iws, only other one I see available is on discogs for 225 from Denmark

Good luck and hope you've dosh to burn, your looking at over £500 for the lot going by current prices on discogs
keep me away from the festival
just give me a warm 1/4 gill

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30 Oct 2016, 07:53 #4

yeah, that's what I was afraid of. I was hoping somebody on here knew about the garage in salford where he burns the old records to keep warm or whatever.

... goes to look for second job...
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30 Oct 2016, 07:55 #5

IWS needs a proper reissue. Excellent album, damn shame it was barely ever released in the first place.
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24 Nov 2016, 16:14 #7

SystematicAbuse @ Oct 30 2016, 07:55 PM wrote: IWS needs a proper reissue. Excellent album, damn shame it was barely ever released in the first place.
Umm, what? It was on a major label.
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24 Nov 2016, 23:47 #8

RoderickPlething @ Nov 24 2016, 04:14 PM wrote:
SystematicAbuse @ Oct 30 2016, 07:55 PM wrote: IWS needs a proper reissue. Excellent album, damn shame it was barely ever released in the first place.
Umm, what? It was on a major label.
The vinyl, which is what's being talked about here, was/is incredibly rare. :rolleyes:
Grade A triple platinum cunt.
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06 Dec 2016, 18:57 #9

rainmaster @ Nov 25 2016, 11:47 AM wrote:
RoderickPlething @ Nov 24 2016, 04:14 PM wrote:
SystematicAbuse @ Oct 30 2016, 07:55 PM wrote: IWS needs a proper reissue. Excellent album, damn shame it was barely ever released in the first place.
Umm, what? It was on a major label.
The vinyl, which is what's being talked about here, was/is incredibly rare. :rolleyes:
Its difficult to find one for sale. But that doesn't necessarily mean its rare.
Probably as many (or more) existing copies than there are of some recent Fawl releases. :P
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07 Dec 2016, 05:23 #10

pinhead69 @ Oct 25 2016, 10:39 PM wrote:

I just paid £129 for iws
Mate it didn't cost em that fucking much to make the cunt.
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pinhead69
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10 Dec 2016, 08:34 #11

Kelsa Deaf Wife @ Dec 7 2016, 05:23 PM wrote:
pinhead69 @ Oct 25 2016, 10:39 PM wrote:

I just paid £129 for iws
Mate it didn't cost em that fucking much to make the cunt.
I know but the other half paid for it for my xmas
What else do you buy the man who has everything ?

Still not played it as it's wrapped up
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10 Dec 2016, 08:36 #12

RoderickPlething @ Dec 7 2016, 06:57 AM wrote:
rainmaster @ Nov 25 2016, 11:47 AM wrote:
RoderickPlething @ Nov 24 2016, 04:14 PM wrote: Umm, what? It was on a major label.
The vinyl, which is what's being talked about here, was/is incredibly rare. :rolleyes:
Its difficult to find one for sale. But that doesn't necessarily mean its rare.
Probably as many (or more) existing copies than there are of some recent Fawl releases. :P
There were 500 released on vinyl
What's the lowest number vinyl release ?
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20 Dec 2016, 20:56 #13

The Flitwick single and 2 Librans (demo) freebie were both limited pressings (of 500) as are the various coloured vinyl pressings of US 7" singles. The Man Whose Head Expanded 3 track 12" is hard to find too. Wouldn't like to say for sure but the lowest number pressed is probably 1 (as in one-off) for the Inch NME record, the Job Search acetate and then 4 for the Reformation Post-TLC white labels (with cd track listing). If you're only thinking about official LP releases then maybe the rarest is The Marshall Suite. Unofficial releases the print runs were definitely low but are hard to verify.
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23 Dec 2016, 16:54 #14

Efilym @ Dec 21 2016, 08:56 AM wrote: the various coloured vinyl pressings of US 7" singles.
More information please...
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23 Dec 2016, 22:05 #15

The Fall released a couple of singles on 7" vinyl through their label Matador in the US back in the 90s and these were coloured red, yellow and green respectively for the reggae inflected Why Are People Grudgeful?, as well as the more common black version, and 15 Ways in yellow vinyl. Not sure of pressing quantities, sorry. I've seen them fairly often but perhaps less frequently than the Rude (All the Time) 7" or 2 Librans promo disc. The Lost in Music Matador promo cd is scarce too. The less you look the more you find.
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