Beggars Arkive presents an expanded vinyl 2LP reissue of The Fall's tenth studio album, 1988's The Frenz Experiment, containing the original album, plus singles and B-sides. The vinyl version also contains extensive sleeve notes with new interviews conducted by Daryl Easlea in May 2020. In 1987, The Fall scored their first UK Top 30 singles chart position with their cover of the Northern Soul standard, "There's A Ghost In My House," and supported it with a series of career-best shows. "Hit The North," one of their much-loved anthems, followed in October and then, finally, The Frenz Experiment - which contained these songs, was released at the end of February 1988.

Beggars Arkive presents an expanded vinyl 2LP reissue of The Fall's tenth studio album, 1988's The Frenz Experiment, containing the original album, plus singles and B-sides. The vinyl version also contains extensive sleeve notes with new interviews conducted by Daryl Easlea in May 2020. In 1987, The Fall scored their first UK Top 30 singles chart position with their cover of the Northern Soul standard, "There's A Ghost In My House," and supported it with a series of career-best shows. "Hit The North," one of their much-loved anthems, followed in October and then, finally, The Frenz Experiment - which contained these songs, was released at the end of February 1988.

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The Frenz Experiment (Expanded Version)
Artist: The Fall
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Beggars Arkive presents an expanded vinyl 2LP reissue of The Fall's tenth studio album, 1988's The Frenz Experiment, containing the original album, plus singles and B-sides. The vinyl version also contains extensive sleeve notes with new interviews conducted by Daryl Easlea in May 2020. In 1987, The Fall scored their first UK Top 30 singles chart position with their cover of the Northern Soul standard, "There's A Ghost In My House," and supported it with a series of career-best shows. "Hit The North," one of their much-loved anthems, followed in October and then, finally, The Frenz Experiment - which contained these songs, was released at the end of February 1988.