Totale's Turns is a live album by The Fall, originally released on May 5, 1980. The first of the band's many live and part-live albums, it was mostly recorded at gigs in the north of England, but the track New Puritan was recorded at Mark E. Smith's home. That Man is a studio recording, an outtake from the recording sessions for the Fiery Jack single. Rather than record themselves in front of a receptive home crowd, The Fall chose to use recordings made in working men's clubs and other less obvious settings. The first half of the album was recorded at a Leisure Centre near Doncaster, while other tracks are from a February 1980 gig in Bradford.
LP - 140 Gram Vinyl in Gatefold Sleeve.
LP+ - Superior Viaduct Edition Comes with Liner Notes by Brian Turner.