Just Announced: Suicide and The Fall LPs May 06 2016
We are excited to announce SV's reissue of four classic albums that truly deserve to be in every record collection.
Suicide's influential self-titled LP was originally released in 1977. Martin Rev's utterly singular "instrument" pounds out a synthetic soundscape, while Alan Vega obsesses over cinematic imagery. This vinyl release has been carefully restored from the original mixes and fully sanctioned by the band. Liner notes by Thurston Moore. Pre-order here
Originally released in 1980, Alan Vega Martin Rev (the second album from quintessential New York band Suicide) features glistening keyboards, early rhythm machine sounds and evocative vocal treatments. Produced by Ric Ocasek. This first-time vinyl reissue includes the original track list and artwork. Pre-order here
The Fall's debut album, Live At The Witch Trials, amounts to the sinister foundation of the band's diverse sound. As Mark E. Smith's mesmerizing bark dictates, "We are The Fall, northern white crap that talks back." First time available on vinyl domestically since its initial release in 1979. Liner notes by Brian Turner. Pre-order here
Dragnet is arguably The Fall's best-known album, revealing a cohesive sound and fierce songs that would further build the band's cult following. First time available on vinyl domestically since its original release in 1979. Liner notes by Brian Turner. Pre-order here