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The Birmingham School Of Business School - The Fall - Code: Selfish (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Code: Selfish on Discogs/5(4).
  2. The entry goes on to speculate that the song is about the so-called Trevor Long affair, concerning a manager Smith unsuccessfully sued for ripping off the band. This is also the presumable subject of "The Birmingham School of Business School," also on Code:Selfish.
  3. " 'The Birmingham School of Business School' with its less-than-cryptic tirade about a band manager from the Midlands. To clear up any remaining doubt as to which manager the song may be calling into disrepute, Mark even insisted on tacking an authentic recording of an answerphone message onto the end of the piece.".
  4. Mar 25,  · referencing Code: Selfish, LP, Album, Code: Selfish begins with industrial boogie "The Birmingham School of Business School" and turns periodically from repetitively hypnotic to hypnotically shamanic/5().
  5. Call yrself a fan of Manchester's finest? Vote for your ten favorite Fall songs by sending me a PM with a list and I'll compile them here. It's an ongoing project. The rules: 1. Only ten items will be accepted. Any excess will be excised. 2. Only songs performed by The Fall will be accepted. 3. Specific versions (IE live, remix, etc.) should be noted by the voter to distinguish.
  6. THE FALL Code: Selfish ( UK track vinyl LP, translating the feel of sequenced techno into their guitars & drum attack with more great yelps & streams of consciousness from their leader [Pressure guilt!
  7. I will not Reason & Compare; my business is to Create." MES later adapted the famous "Jerusalem" section of Milton a Poem as "Dog is Life/Jerusalem," and the poet is the subject of the song, "W.B." 28 years later, in the last song on the Fall's last album, "Nine Out of Ten," MES sings "You don't break rules you don't follow them." ^ 5.
  8. Smile: Fall Tracks A-Z. The Story of the Fall: The poem "London" from the Blue Lyrics Book. Decadent backbone of former empire Spittle chin southerner looking forward to next holiday.

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