Falling For The Fall All Over Again

August 5 [14:00 EDT] -- Fans can take a trip to the heyday of British punks The Fall next week when six of the band's early albums are re-released.

The band (which has foreshadowed the rise of new wave, the Manchester rave scene, and techno as its sound has progressed) will see six of its works from the mid-to-late 80s hit record stores next Tuesday courtesy of Beggars Banquet Records.

Among the releases brought back into the light will be 1988's "I Am Kurious Oranj," which provided the score for an avant-garde ballet, and 1988's "The Frenz Experiment," which yielded a hit in the form of the band's cover of the Kinks' "Victoria."

In addition to these re-releases, old and new fans will be able to check out "The Wonderful Frightening World Of The Fall" (1984), "This Nation's Saving Grace" (1986), "Bend Sinister" (1986), and "Seminal Live" (1989) next Tuesday, August 12.

If heading out of the house is too much for you, fans can also get mail order information

form the Beggars Banquet website at www.beggars.com.