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Meat Is Murder

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1
The Headmaster Ritual
00:04:55

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Tim Young, Masterer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

2
Rusholme Ruffians
00:04:20

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Tim Young, Masterer - Andy Rourke, Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

3
I Want the One I Can't Have
00:03:13

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Tim Young, Masterer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

4
What She Said
00:02:42

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Tim Young, Masterer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

5
That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
00:04:57

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Tim Young, Masterer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

6
Nowhere Fast
00:02:37

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Tim Young, Masterer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

7
Well I Wonder
00:03:59

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Tim Young, Masterer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

8
Barbarism Begins at Home
00:06:53

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Tim Young, Masterer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

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Meat Is Murder
00:06:13

Johnny Marr, Guitar, Piano, Writer - STEPHEN STREET, Engineer - The Smiths, Producer, MainArtist - MORRISSEY, Vocals, Writer - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums

© 2013 Warner Music UK Ltd. ℗ 1985 Warner Music UK Ltd.

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