Jane Falls Down" received little airplay on commercial radio stations. but entered the UK Singles Chart at No. .The group followed this with their second single, "Industry" on 6 March 2006. The song airplay on the music video channels, but due to sales irregularities, the single was disqualified from the UK Singles Chart. The band conducted UK wide tours supporting these singles. In November 2008, the group reformed as The Modern, and the drummer Rees returned to the band. Signing another record deal that covered most of Asia, the band released a double album, under the same title as their US LP, in July 2009. Modern Industry (January 2008) (UK) (download only). Matinee Club Present The Modern LP (January 2008) (US). The Modern LP (double album) (July 2009) (Asia, US and UK).
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Matinee Club - Jane Falls Down (extended mix). Matinee Club - Jane Falls Down (extended mix). Good synthpop/electropop sound.
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All Falls Down’ was a beefy tune with a lush beat, and a classic hook, that contained some of Kanye West’s sharpest humour on over-indulgence. And, for a while, that’s all I loved about this 2004-released track. However, a deeper dig – provoked by a university lecturer who labelled the track to me as a prescient work of art that captures, a few years ahead of its time, the post-2008 austerity zeitgeist – helped me see this track as an allegorical goldmine and an artistic blueprint for everything West has become. His rap on ‘All Falls Down’ – which first partially appeared in a pure verse form on season three of HBO show Def Poetry – defines early Kanye. The dominating confidence of later albums isn’t yet evident, and he is actually quite existential – questioning not only himself, but also the world around him: white America, black America, enemies, allies, friends and family.