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Hatful of Hollow

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1
William, It Was Really Nothing 2011 Remastered Version
00:02:11

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Writer, Remastering Engineer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Producer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1984 Warner Music UK Ltd.

2
What Difference Does It Make? (John Peel Session 18/05/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:03:12

Johnny Marr, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Writer

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

3
These Things Take Time (David Jensen Session 26/06/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:02:33

Johnny Marr, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Writer

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

4
This Charming Man (John Peel Session 14/09/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:02:43

Johnny Marr, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Writer

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

5
How Soon Is Now? 2011 Remastered Version
00:06:48

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Mandolin, Writer, Remastering Engineer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Producer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1984 Warner Music UK Ltd.

6
Handsome Devil (John Peel Session 18/05/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:02:44

Johnny Marr, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Writer

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

7
Hand in Glove 2011 Remastered Version
00:03:15

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Writer, Remastering Engineer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Producer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Neil King, Engineer - Phil Bush, Engineer - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1984 Warner Music UK Ltd.

8
Still Ill (John Peel Session 14/09/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:03:35

Johnny Marr, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Writer

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

9
Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now 2011 Remastered Version
00:03:35

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Writer, Remastering Engineer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Producer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Bob Potter, Engineer - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1984 Warner Music UK Ltd.

10
This Night Has Opened My Eyes 2011 Remastered Version
00:03:41

Johnny Marr, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Writer

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

11
You've Got Everything Now (David Jensen Session 26/06/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:04:14

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Producer - Paul Carrack, Organ, Piano - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Neil King, Engineer - Phil Bush, Engineer - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

12
Accept Yourself (David Jensen Session 25/08/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:04:03

Johnny Marr, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Writer

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

13
Girl Afraid 2011 Remastered Version
00:02:45

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Writer, Remastering Engineer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Producer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1984 Warner Music UK Ltd.

14
Back to the Old House (John Peel Session 14/09/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:03:05

Johnny Marr, Writer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Writer

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

15
Reel Around the Fountain (John Peel Session 18/05/83) 2011 Remastered Version
00:05:49

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Writer, Remastering Engineer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Roger Pusey, Producer - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1988 BBC Enterprises Ltd.

16
Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want 2011 Remastered Version
00:01:52

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Mandolin, Writer, Remastering Engineer - The Smiths, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - JOHN PORTER, Producer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 1986 Warner Music UK Ltd ℗ 1984 Warner Music UK Ltd.

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