The Wonderful and Frightening World O. .is the seventh studio album by the Fall, released in October 1984. It was the band's first album after signing to the Beggars Banquet label. Brix Smith co-wrote three of the tracks. Paul Hanley left the band immediately after the accompanying UK tour, ending the group's distinctive "twin drummers" period
The Fall made the leap to a semi-major label - Beggars Banquet - with The Wonderful and Frightening World of the Fall, hooking up with noted producer John Leckie to create another smart, varied album. Contemporaneous with the slightly friendlier "Oh! Brother" and ". singles without actually including them, Wonderful and Frightening World makes few concessions to the larger market - every potential hook seemed spiked with the band's usual rough take-it-or-leave-it stance. Though unquestionably the most conventionally attractive tune on the album, ringing guitars and all, Smith's lyrics portray a Disneyland scenario in hell, however softly delivered. Elsewhere, Gavin Friday from the Virgin Prunes takes a bow with his own unmistakable, spindly vocals on the trebly Krautrock chug of "Copped It" and the slightly more brute rhythm of "Stephen Song.
Fall of the Shah Podcast. The revolution that shook the world. A drama based on real events in Iran 40 years ago. Starring Dame Diana Rigg. Fall Of The Shah tracks the collapse of the Shah of Iran and the rise of a forceful new Islamic Republic. The visceral epic drama is seen from a range of vantage points: within the Shah’s royal circle; in the torturers’ prison; on the bloody streets of Tehran; at the heart of Ayatollah Khomeini’s revolutionary leadership; in the confused reactions within a sometime occupied American Embassy and right up in the White House itself.
Artificial life on a bed of death Parading our lives as we're utterly spent Here I stand on the edge of the cliff Begging the dark for my kiss of death I'll welcome her like I welcomed the rest Limitless life retires my flesh. Show me my next world Pluck my rose before I go. Let it all come down Let it all come down The way it's supposed to fall Wash it all away.
This later-period Fall album showed that Smith hadn’t yet run out of ideas. The album featured more electronic accents, and rock-hard riffing. The dangerous goth swing of Mountain Energei brought to mind Depeche Mode in their prime, except Smith spins out baffling lines about Dolly Parton and patriotism. 8. Slates/A Part of America Therein (1981).
What in the world is happening. When Jae Hwan had announced his ambitions to get rid of the ‘lord’, he doubted. Normal residents who had promptly changed their homes to a private room rental service also had faces full of smiles. It took great funds to call together the officials of public service, military, and politics, and etc, to elect new officials and rearrange the affiliated organizations, as well as adjusting the administration system. Did he predict this?’ Yulewen couldn't figure out if Jae Hwan was trying to get rid of the Lord, or act the part of a lord.
The Fall is a British-Irish crime drama television series filmed and set in Northern Ireland. The series, starring Gillian Anderson as Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson, is created and written by Allan Cubitt and features Jamie Dornan as serial killer Paul Spector. It is produced by Artists Studio, and shown on RTÉ One in the Republic of Ireland and BBC Two in the UK.
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