Curator and critic Bob Nickas and artist Nikholis Planck provide a critical discourse for iconic british post-punk band The Fall, in particular frontman Mark E. Smith. The pair review The Band's seminal album The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Fall track by track, revealing the group's brilliant disarray.
"The Fall have been around for a very long time, still going, influenced so many other groups, and have released any number of great records over the years. You'd think that one of them would have merited a lim volume by now, but no, the twats at 331/2 were too busy putting out books on Radiohead, The Stone Roses, Patty Smyth, and U-Fucking-2."
96 pgs, 12 × 16.5 cm, Softcover,