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The Smiths - The World Won't Listen

The Smiths - The World Won't Listen

Model: CD
Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
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CD: 91898-2
LABEL: Warner

01. Panic
02. Ask
03. London
04. Bigmouth Strikes Again
05. Shakespeare's Sister
06. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
07. Shoplifters Of The World Unite
08. Boy With the Thorn In His Side
09. Money Changes Everything
10. Asleep
11. Unloveable
12. Half a Person
13. Stretch Out And Wait
14. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
15. Oscillate Wildly
16. You Just Haven't Earned It Yet, Baby
17. Rubber Ring
18. Golden Lights

In 1987, Rough Trade released at least two collections of singles and B-sides by the Smiths. The U.S. audience saw the release of "Louder Than Bombs" and the European fans were handed "The World Won't Listen". It was also clear that "The Queen Is Dead" signalled the end of the Smiths in their prime, after this Morrisey never produced the same sublime lyrics that made the group so special and though they remained an excellent band musically, with the re-introduction of Rourke they could not maintain the passion. These problems were reflected in their next album, "The World Won't Listen". The album was more commercially orientated and for the casual listener, it was another mixture of previously released tracks in session combined with some new ones similar to "Hatful of Horrow". It contains some of the classics first released on "The Queen Is Dead" but it also contained some excellent new additions. "Panic" became something of an anthem in Manchester with the cry of 'Hang The D.J', "Ask" as another excellent insight into Morriseys mind set while "Oscillating Wildly" is a beautifully composed instrumental showing how far Marr, Rourke and Joyce had come musically. The song does not need lyrics as it seems to speak of optimism and beauty in its soaring piano notes. A mention of "Shoplifters Of The World Unite" is also required, as both Morrisey and Marr were able to produce another display of excellent combined musicianship with some clever lyrics and exciting rifts. This is another excellent album that is highly recommended but it does not embrace the concept that the two previous albums displayed.


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