Totale's Turns (It's Now or Never) 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 and "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; Side 1 of the album was recorded at a leisure centre near Doncaster while the first two tracks on Side 2 are from a February 1980 gig in Bradford. It is clear on the recording that the reception the band received ranged from indifferent to hostile. Even more peculiar is "No Xmas for John Quays", a song originally heard on Live at the Witch Trials; in this version, Mark E. Smith intersperses the lyrics with ferociously worded criticisms of the band's performance.