Tony Blair, Elton John, and Mark E Smith as a pre cog?
And we are back with the late 90s. As Cool Britannia reigned and Brit Pop peaked and died how did this impact one of music's great acts?
The line up remains the same as last time with TempFan stalwart Zoë Von Hess and newbie Joe Mitchell. Both long-time Fall fans, they both bring their unique perspectives to fandoms, toxic bandmates, pre cogs, 90's guitars and more.
In this episode we work our way through
Cerebral Caustic (1995)
The Light User Syndrome (1996)
The Marshall Suite (1999)
The Unutterable (2000)
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