|A||Fallen (Darkest Hour)||7:56|
- Pressed By – P.R. Records Limited
- Plated By –
White label release with track information on stickers, numbered to A label.
- Matrix / Runout (Etched side A ): SOMA 2 A1 PR-P B
- Matrix / Runout (Etched side B ): SOMA 2 B1 PR-P B THANKS ESP
|Fallen (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)||Boy's Own Productions||BOIXDJ 9||UK||1991|
|Fallen (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)||Boy's Own Productions, Boy's Own Productions||BOIX-9, 869661-1||Europe||1992|
|Fallen (7", 45 RPM, Single, Promo)||Boy's Own Productions||Boi 9||UK||1992|
|Fallen (Nancy And Lee Mix) - Edit / Fallen - Edit (7", 45 RPM, Single)||Boy's Own Productions||BOI 9||UK||1992|
|Fallen (3×File, WAV, Reissue)||Soma Quality Recordings||SOMA 2d||UK||2004|
- These mixes are awesome, much better than the later proper release.
- It's shocking how this records value has tumbled over the last few years , I remember it going for upwards of £20 in the mid to late nineties. £1.75 in 2015 that's a shocker :-(
- Edited 10 years ago"Fallen" must be remembered as one of the finest tunes coming out of E'd up Britain in the early 1990s, perfectly melting together genres such as synth-pop, dub, early deep-house, rave and mellow ambient psychedelia in a gorgeous mid tempo (the pace of heart beats innit). Creation Records' seminal "Keepin The Faith" comp, Primal Scream's "Screamadelica", Hypnotone, Fluke, Sheer Taft, Transglobal Underground, Whirl-Y-Gig, Saint-Etienne, Weatherall...So many magic words for magic moments, superbly summarized in all three mixes of the original Soma release, not forgetting Weatherall's trance-sending "Nancy And Lee Mix" on the Boy's Own re-release one year later (those bells!!). Them were the days.