The Fall - Why Are People Grudgeful?

The Fall - Why Are People Grudgeful?
Styles: Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Rock
Genre: Pop\Rock
Album: Why Are People Grudgeful?
Release Date: April, 1993
Artist: The Fall
Duration: 17:51

A high point of the Fall's short and not entirely rewarding tenure at Matador Records, the four-song Why Are People Grudgeful? EP is a clattering post-punk racket in the spirit of the Fall's classic early-'80s period (circa Hip Priest and Kamerads). The title track is a good old-fashioned Mark E. Smith rant, followed by two more in the same vein (the peculiar "The Re-Mixer" ends with Smith reading the instruction booklet for a computer monitor and reciting a list of hotel safety guidelines for no particular reasons) and, completely unexpectedly, a cover of Sister Sledge's Chic-penned hit, "Lost in Music," which Smith and crew transform into a noisy, dub-heavy mutant disco groove with a dialogue segment from an unidentified French film droning on a loop in the background. It's a good-humored, clever cover.

Title/ComposerPerformerTime
Why Are People Grudgeful? / Lee "Scratch" PerryThe Fall4:27
Glam Racket / Steve Hanley / Craig Scanlon / Mark E. SmithThe Fall3:32
The Re Mixer / The Fall / Mark E. SmithThe Fall6:03
Lost in Music / Bernard Edwards / Nile RodgersThe Fall3:49

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