I curse your preoccupation with your record collection: The Fall on vinyl 1978-83

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Osborne, R. 2010. I curse your preoccupation with your record collection: The Fall on vinyl 1978-83. in: Goddard, M. and Halligan, B. (ed.) Mark E. Smith and The Fall: art, music and politics Farnham, UK Ashgate. pp. 67-75
Chapter titleI curse your preoccupation with your record collection: The Fall on vinyl 1978-83
AuthorsOsborne, R.
Abstract

This chapter is in a book that is based upon papers given at the conference Messing Up The Paintwork, Salford University, 9 May 2008, the first conference to be based on the work of the Manchester band, The Fall. My chapter is based on research that I have undertaken for my monograph on the vinyl record, which is then related to the output of the band.

LanguageEnglish
Page range67-75
Book titleMark E. Smith and The Fall: art, music and politics
EditorsGoddard, M. and Halligan, B.
PublisherAshgate
Place of publicationFarnham, UK
SeriesAshgate Popular and Folk Music Series
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Hardcover9780754668626
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Print01 May 2010
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Deposited02 Mar 2012
Output statusPublished
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