Never Ending Internet Mix Tape

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Vol 05 / Trk 06 / Middle Class Revolt!

After working through a ridiculous number of potential replies to the Bowie track, I am putting forth one of the first tracks I had set aside as potential replies. I’ll admit I really didn’t want to post this song at first. Cause I am just not the biggest The Fall fan and I thought I’d be posing a little to use it. They have great tracks strewn throughout a fairly unlistenable catalog (IMO). So I tried and tried to find another suitable next track. In the end, I succumbed to it’s rhythm, it’s fuzz, it’s relentless melody.

Having listened to it probably thirty times in the process of my deliberation, I grew to love this song much more than I thought I could. Hell, it’s not even a song. It’s a treatment. A tone. It does one thing. And it does it really well.

It is a tonal dystopia on a sweaty dancefoor. If we are back on earth, I guess with The Fall is a great place to be.

r.smigielski

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