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Strangeways, Here We Come

by The Smiths

Strangeways, Here We Come by The Smiths

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Strangeways, Here We Come

by The Smiths

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Label: WM Uk
It came as a shock when guitarist Johnny Marr left the band after this album. Morrissey's often-surreally violent lyrics are leavened with further band experimentation (Marr's signature multilayered guitar sound is re-created on the opener without using guitars, for instance). Not a bad track here, though "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before" is arguably the album's crowning triumph, with Moz's mad rush of lyrics revealing the tough, street-smart cad hidden behind the sensitive lad. With this, The Smiths went out at the top of their game.

About This Album

It came as a shock when guitarist Johnny Marr left the band after this album. Morrissey's often-surreally violent lyrics are leavened with further band experimentation (Marr's signature multilayered guitar sound is re-created on the opener without using guitars, for instance). Not a bad track here, though "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before" is arguably the album's crowning triumph, with Moz's mad rush of lyrics revealing the tough, street-smart cad hidden behind the sensitive lad. With this, The Smiths went out at the top of their game.

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About This Album

It came as a shock when guitarist Johnny Marr left the band after this album. Morrissey's often-surreally violent lyrics are leavened with further band experimentation (Marr's signature multilayered guitar sound is re-created on the opener without using guitars, for instance). Not a bad track here, though "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before" is arguably the album's crowning triumph, with Moz's mad rush of lyrics revealing the tough, street-smart cad hidden behind the sensitive lad. With this, The Smiths went out at the top of their game.