Released: Aug 1995
Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
Morrissey responded to the major American chart success of Vauxhall And I with this violent and rather tawdry album that alienated his more mainstream fans. Not exactly a career high, but the brilliantly reactionary "The Teachers Are Afraid of the Pupils" paints a sweeping, Gothic portrait of scholastic horror (Moz believes today's youth need a sound thrashing).
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