List of Compilation Albums By The Fall - List of Compilation Albums

List of Compilation Albums

  1. 77–Early Years–79 (1981)
  2. Hip Priest and Kamerads (1985)
  3. Nord-West Gas (1986)
  4. Palace of Swords Reversed (1987)
  5. 458489 A Sides (1990)
  6. 458489 B Sides (1990)
  7. The Collection (1993)
  8. Backdrop (1994)
  9. Sinister Waltz (1996)
  10. Fiend with a Violin (1996)
  11. Oswald Defence Lawyer (1996)
  12. The Archive Series (1997)
  13. The Less You Look, the More You Find (1997)
  14. Oxymoron (1997)
  15. Cheetham Hill (1997)
  16. Smile... It's the Best of (1998)
  17. Northern Attitude (1998)
  18. The Peel Sessions (1999)
  19. A Past Gone Mad (2000)
  20. Psykick Dancehall (2000)
  21. A World Bewitched (2001)
  22. Totally Wired – The Rough Trade Anthology (2002)
  23. The Rough Trade Singles Box (2002)
  24. High Tension Line (2002)
  25. Listening In (2002)
  26. Early Singles (2002)
  27. It's the New Thing! The Step Forward Years (2003)
  28. Words of Expectation – BBC Sessions (2003)
  29. The War Against Intelligence – The Fontana Years (2003)
  30. Rebellious Jukebox (2003)
  31. Time Enough At Last (2003)
  32. 50,000 Fall Fans Can't Be Wrong – 39 Golden Greats (2004)
  33. The Complete Peel Sessions 1978–2004 (2005)
  34. The Permanent Years – Paranoia Man in Cheap Sh*t Room (2006)
  35. The Fall Box Set 1976-2007 (2007)
  36. I've Never Felt Better in My Life 1979-1982 (2008)

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