I Am Kurious Oranj is the eleventh studio album by English post-punk band The Fall. It was released on 10 October 1988 through record label Beggars Banquet. The album's release came at the end of a relatively successful year for the group, which had also seen the release of an "accessible" album, The Frenz Experiment, and a handful of singles in the UK charts. This album is a live version, recorded during an Edinburgh Festival performance of the ballet, and issued in 2000. It is generally considered to be a meatier and more incisive version than it's studio counterpart, and is highly recommended.
I Am Kurious Oranj is the eleventh studio album by English post-punk band The Fall. It was released on 10 October 1988 through record label Beggars Banquet. The album's release came at the end of a relatively successful year for the group, which had also seen the release of an "accessible" album, The Frenz Experiment, and a handful of singles in the UK charts. This album is a live version, recorded during an Edinburgh Festival performance of the ballet, and issued in 2000. It is generally considered to be a meatier and more incisive version than it's studio counterpart, and is highly recommended.
5056083203864

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Format: CD
Label: CGSI
Rel. Date: 08/23/2019
UPC: 5056083203864

I Am As Pure As Oranj
Artist: The Fall
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Dog Is Life
2. Jerusalem
3. Kurious Oranj
4. Yes Oh Yes
5. Hip Priest
6. Wrong Place Right Time
7. Acid Priest
8. Friendz
9. Bad News Girl 1
10. Dead Beat Descendant 1
11. The Plague 1
12. Cabbing It Up 1
13. Bremen Nacht

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I Am Kurious Oranj is the eleventh studio album by English post-punk band The Fall. It was released on 10 October 1988 through record label Beggars Banquet. The album's release came at the end of a relatively successful year for the group, which had also seen the release of an "accessible" album, The Frenz Experiment, and a handful of singles in the UK charts. This album is a live version, recorded during an Edinburgh Festival performance of the ballet, and issued in 2000. It is generally considered to be a meatier and more incisive version than it's studio counterpart, and is highly recommended.