2G+2 is an album of mixed live and studio material by English rock band the Fall, released in 2002. It features three new songs recorded in the studio—"New Formation Sermon", "I Wake Up in the City" and "Distilled Mug Art"—and the rest of the album was recorded at performances on the group's United States tour in late 2001.

2G+2
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Compilation album by
Released10 June 2002
RecordedMid–late 2001
GenrePost-punk
Length43:37
LabelAction Records
Producer
The Fall chronology
Are You Are Missing Winner
(2001)
2G+2
(2002)
The Real New Fall LP (Formerly Country on the Click)
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[1]

Track listingEdit

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."The Joke" (live at the Crocodile Cafe, Seattle 20 November 2001)Mark E. Smith, Brix Smith3:48
2."New Formation Sermon" (studio recording)M. Smith2:04
3."My Ex-Classmates Kids" (live at the Knitting Factory, New York 25 November 2001)M. Smith, Ed Blaney3:26
4."Enigrammatic Dream" (live at the Knitting Factory, New York 25 November 2001)M. Smith2:08
5."I Wake Up in the City" (studio recording)M. Smith, Blaney4:39
6."Kick the Can" (live at the Knitting Factory, New York 25 November 2001)M. Smith, Ben Pritchard2:00
7."F-'oldin' Money" (live at the Knitting Factory, New York 25 November 2001)Tommy Blake, W. S. Stephenson, Carl Belew4:24
8."Bourgeois Town" (live at the Knitting Factory, New York 23 November 2001)Lead Belly, arr. M. Smith4:44
9."Distilled Mug Art" (studio recording)M. Smith, Blaney3:33
10."Ibis-Afro Man" (live at the Knitting Factory, Los Angeles 15 November 2001)M. Smith, Jim Watts, Iggy Pop, Scott Thurston3:46
11."Mr Pharmacist" (live at the Knitting Factory, New York 23 November 2001)Jeff Nowlen2:23
12."I Am Damo Suzuki" (live at the Knitting Factory, Los Angeles 15 November 2001)M. Smith, B. Smith, Karl Burns6:41

PersonnelEdit

The Fall
Additional musicians
  • Brian Fanning – guitar (studio tracks only)
  • Ed Blaney – guitar (studio tracks only); additional vocals on "Ibis-Afro Man"
Technical
  • Mark E. Smith – production, compilation
  • Ed Blaney – production, compilation
  • Pascal Le Gras - cover art

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