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Girlfriend in a Coma...pah...
But most of the stuff from Meat is Murder probably.
meat is murder is ruined by the title track, but the rest of it is brilliant. probably my favourite proper album if "Hatful" doesn't count.
"How Soon Is Now?" is my CLEAR choice here.
This Charming Man <yawn>
Not that Hatful version though, because it doesn't have the amazing guitar intro.
I agree about MiM but live sounds different and spot on. The Oxford bootleg is top dollar.
although purely by virtue of overkill you'd have to say How Soon is Now?
Oh, any any rating of Golden Lights is overrating it.
this. Golden Lights is the worst thing EVER. EVER.
Moz f*cked that song up on purpose as he knew The Smiffs were no more...
then i forced myself to listen to it when some girl put it on contrast podcast and i actually quite liked it,
it's so so so so dull. Just by the numbers dreary.
conversely i really like meat is murder. I don't agree with the sentiments entirely, but i think the " death for no reason, and death for no reason is murder" bit is great.
but it's not like Golden Lights is overrated, which is the problem with this question. I don't think any of them are particularly overrated.
So most overrated = Panic
Worst = Work Is A Four Letter Word
question at all there.
sometimes i flick past "reel around the fountain"
yes, i am bad.
michael jackson song lyric way do you?
You mean like proper bad.
When i was younger i did think Patio may be a body part.
there are a couple of bad smiths songs, but its all perfect really.
was torn between Panic and Ask, but the 'buck-toothed girl from Luxembourg' line won the day for me
in my opinion, one of their most well-known and played songs, yet one of their worst.
I still love it of course, but a question is a question.
it's one of only two or three songs that ever gets played at 'indie' discos. Therefore to mine ears over the years it is overplayed.
I love it, but I love practically every other Smiths song more. Morrissey may have considered The Smiths to be all about the singles, but Marr was certainly more interested in the production of albums.
I like it