Mark E Smith, Julia Nagle
The Light User Syndrome, Jet Records JETLP1012 LP; JETMC1012 Cassette; JETCD1012 CD
10 June 1996
Oxymoron, Receiver Records RRCD246; November 1997 (alternative version)
Northern Attitude, Music Club MCCD350; June 1998 (same version as on Oxymoron)
Time Enough at Last, Castle/Sanctuary CMETD706 ; 28 April 2003 (contains 15 Ways to Leave Your Man - Live; Oxymoron; Cheetham Hill)
Group on initial recording:
Mark E Smith - vocals; Brix Smith - guitar, vocals; Steve Hanley - bass;Julia Nagle - keyboards, guitar; Simon Wolstencroft - drums, programming; Karl Burns - drums, guitar, vocals
The Story of The Fall website describes it best:
"Spooky organ/bells/tinkled piano, sundry effects, a garage guitar riff and thumping drums combined with yells of 'check that out', 'Mr Moody's scruffed up', 'oh yeah', 'carefully', 'Mr Moody's lair' and Brix screaming 'you pep!' Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fall."
The song shares some lyrics with He Pep!, released on the same album, The Light User Syndrome.
This track has never been played live.