vinyl-only album by Chris Petit & Mordant Music, inspired by a freeze frame accidentally rendered from Petit's late-night viewing of Nicolas Roeg's "The Man Who Fell To Earth".
"In a time of such free-floating anxiety and bad political hair, with everything running on empty, its hard to think of anything in terms of show or no show . . . I find myself thinking about an image of an entertainer, dead now, but with perfect hair . . . This man with perfect hair, turning his back on the world, face to the wall. And maybe also the fact that the image is not original but a copy of a copy of a copy, and though it is obviously him (or pretty obviously), there is always a chance it is not." - Chris Petit
Exterior sleeve screen printed by hand in Londoncustom made innerhand-stamped edition of 250additional insert featuring new, original writing by Petitcut on 180gr vinylspecial edition (of 10) includes Petits alternative suicide tape, original polaroid photograph and another cassette featuring the full soundtrack from Revolutionary Lists.