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Perverted by Language: Fiction Inspired by the Fall Free read ´ 5 â Mechanical ducks shark women that taste of liuorice perverted sexual shenanigans in cramped office spaces double crossing Nazi apologists bald headed cultural subversives and celebrity deer culling this is just a glimpse into the wonderful and frighDeer culling this is just a glimpse into the wonderful and frightening world of Perverted by Language Twenty three writers choose a song by The Fall and use it as inspiration for a shor. A very fun slightly uneven collection of short stories very loosely based on songs by Manchester stalwarts the Fall There were a few stories that missed their mark or were simply boring which is to be expected from any sort of anthology but all in all it was a fun experiment to have observedAlas no one took on Eat Y'self FitterI've heard tale that there is a Sonic Youth version in the works I've never been much of a fan of SY so I'll probably skip that one but it will be interesting to see what other bands might be taken on in the futureI guess Morrisseythe Smiths would be an obvious choice

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T story Kicking off with Niall Griffiths scalding take on the 1978 single Bingo Masters Break out the book culminates with Rebbecca Rays devilishly saucy take on I Can Hear The Grass Gr. The Fall has a distinct and changeable mood a repetition of changing sameness the slow drawl of a grunting screech These stories uneven and provocative occasionally hit the target but never the Mark E Some finely crafted others slop across the floor Outstanding Matt Beaumont's Contraflow and Nicholas Royle's Iceland Poor Niall Griffiths' Bingo Master's Breakout and Carlton Mellick's City Hobgoblins Still an exciting project well received

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Perverted by Language Fiction Inspired by the FallMechanical ducks shark women that taste of liuorice perverted sexual shenanigans in cramped office spaces double crossing Nazi apologists bald headed cultural subversives and celebrity. The only really good story in this collection is The Man Whose Head Expanded by Steve Aylett It's worth reading for that alone but the others are pants