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The Smiths - Hatful Of Hollow

The Smiths - Hatful Of Hollow

Model: CD
Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
Prijs: € 8,95 (EUR)
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CD: WE835
RELEASED: 1984
LABEL: Warner

01. William, It Was Really Nothing
02. What Difference Does It Make?
03. These Things Take Time
04. This Charming Man
05. How Soon Is Now?
06. Handsome Devil
07. Hand in Glove
08. Still Ill
09. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
10. This Night Has Opened My Eyes
11. You've Got Everything Now
12. Accept Yourself
13. Girl Afraid
14. Back to the Old House
15. Reel Around the Fountain
16. Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want

By the mid 80s The Smiths were building a strong and passionate fan base. Many people were disillusioned with the pretentious New Romantic movement and found that the Smiths had a strange allure, developed by the rhythmic exuberance of Marr and Morriseys sullen verbal complexities. The second album they released was Hatful of Hollow in November 1984. The album essentially a compilation with BBC sessions mixed in with some new tracks. The album is put together by the group and also includes new songs, along with the sessions of tunes from the first album. The excellent "Hand In Glove" and "What Difference Does It Make" are accompanied by a number of other brooding classics such as "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" and "Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want". The real gem of this album though, and reason alone to buy it is "How Soon Is Now?". The song displays Morrisey at his sometimes depressing and always inspired best but the real hero of this piece is Johnny Marr. He must have given his guitar a good beating before he recorded this song because you know it is in pain. The rumbling bass line that prevails throughout provides a dark background to the inspired overtones and helps make this song among the best ever recorded. The qualities of the singles on this album are exceptional so although it may not have the passion and soul of 'The Smiths' it is still an essential album to own.

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