Another Fall from Grace

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Another Fall from Grace
Another Fall from Grace cover.jpg
Studio album by The Mission
Released 30 September 2016
Genre Gothic rock, alternative rock
Length 1:04:14
Label Eyes Wide Shut
Producer Tim Palmer
The Mission chronology
The Brightest Light
(2013)The Brightest Light2013
Another Fall from Grace
(2016)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Smells Like Infinite Sadness 5/5 stars[1]
Pure Rawk 4/5 stars[2]

Another Fall from Grace is the eleventh studio album by The Mission.

Wayne Hussey has described the album as a lost link between The Sisters of Mercy's First and Last and Always album and The Mission's own first album, God's Own Medicine. He attributes this in part to his use of the 12-string guitar which he fell out of favour with after God's Own Medicine was released.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs were written by Wayne Hussey, except tracks 1,5,9 written by Hinkler - Hussey

  1. "Another Fall from Grace"
  2. "Met-Amor-Phosis"
  3. "Within the Deepest Darkness (Fearful)"
  4. "Blood on the Road"
  5. "Can't See the Ocean for the Rain"
  6. "Tyranny of Secrets"
  7. "Never's Longer Than Forever"
  8. "Bullets & Bayonets"
  9. "Valaam"
  10. "Jade"
  11. "Only You & You Alone"
  12. "Phantom Pain"

Personnel[edit]

The Mission[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Tim Palmer – production, mixing (at 62 Studios, Austin, Texas), rabble backing vocals on track 7
  • Julianne Regan (of All About Eve) - additional vocals on tracks 1, 12
  • Ville Valo (of H.I.M.) – additional vocals on track 2
  • Gary Numan – additional vocals on track 3
  • Evi Vine – additional vocals on tracks 5, 7
  • Martin Gore (of Depeche Mode) - backing vocals on track 11
  • George D. Allen - Hammond organ and rabble backing vocals on track 7
  • Stevie Vine - additional sonic guitar on track 7
  • Veronica, Sarah Dean – rabble backing vocals on track 7
  • Duke Garwood - alto clarinet and alto sax on track 12

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Mission 'Another Fall From Grace' Review". Smells Like Infinite Sadness. 20 September 2016. Retrieved 22 October 2016. 
  2. ^ Neary, Shaun M (28 September 2016). "Album Review:The Mission - "Another Fall from Grace"". Pure Rawk. Retrieved 22 October 2016. 
  3. ^ "The Mission new album, "Another Fall From Grace" released 30th September 2016". Mission World Information Service. 12 August 2016. Retrieved 22 October 2016.