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The Queen Is Dead (2017 Remaster)

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For their third album, The Smiths are at the top of their game: a tortured crooning voice, crystalline arpeggios seeping from a limpid guitar, romantic and cynical lyrics, everything’s gathered for some 100% British pop, like The Kinks, The Who and The Jam knew how to create in their day… The Queen Is Dead, Bigmouth Strikes Again, The Boy With The Thorn In His Side, There Is A Light That Never Goes Out and Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others are all introspective gems that the charismatic Morrissey transforms into pure poetry. Teenage worries, social paintings, subtle caricatures, Mozzer dips his pen here in the ink of perfection. © MD/Qobuz


Ian Youngs of BBC News has described them as « the band that inspired deeper devotion than any British group since the Beatles ». In 2002, The Smiths was named the most important musical artist of all time in a survey conducted by the NME. In 2013, The Queen Is Dead was voted best album of all time by the same weekly magazine. In 1996, The Queen Is Dead was voted best album of the decade 1986-1996 by The inRocKuptibles.

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1
The Queen Is Dead (includes "Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty") - medley)
00:06:23

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar, Vocals - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - "Take Me Back to Dear Old Blighty" written by Allan James Mills, Fred Godfrey & Bennett Scott - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

2
Frankly, Mr. Shankly
00:02:17

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar, Vocals - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - John Porter, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

3
I Know It's Over
00:05:47

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar, Vocals - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

4
Never Had No One Ever
00:03:36

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar, Harmonium - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

5
Cemetry Gates
00:02:37

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

6
Bigmouth Strikes Again
00:03:12

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Ann Coates (Morrissey's own voice altered to a higher pitch), Backing Vocals - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

7
The Boy with the Thorn in His Side
00:03:15

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - The Hated Salford Ensemble, Orchestration - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

8
Vicar in a Tutu
00:02:22

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

9
There Is a Light That Never Goes Out
00:04:02

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

10
Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others
00:03:15

The Smiths (Morrisey, Vocals - Johnny Marr, Guitar - Andy Rourke, Bass Guitar - Mike Joyce, Drums) - Lyrics written by Morrissey - Music composed by Johnny Marr - Produced by Steven Patrick Morrisey & Johnny Marr - Stephen Street, Engineer - Dan Hersch, Mastering Engineer - Bill Inglot, Remastering Engineer

© 2017, Warner Music UK Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company ℗ 1986, 2017 Warner Music UK Ltd

Album Description

For their third album, The Smiths are at the top of their game: a tortured crooning voice, crystalline arpeggios seeping from a limpid guitar, romantic and cynical lyrics, everything’s gathered for some 100% British pop, like The Kinks, The Who and The Jam knew how to create in their day… The Queen Is Dead, Bigmouth Strikes Again, The Boy With The Thorn In His Side, There Is A Light That Never Goes Out and Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others are all introspective gems that the charismatic Morrissey transforms into pure poetry. Teenage worries, social paintings, subtle caricatures, Mozzer dips his pen here in the ink of perfection. © MD/Qobuz


Ian Youngs of BBC News has described them as « the band that inspired deeper devotion than any British group since the Beatles ». In 2002, The Smiths was named the most important musical artist of all time in a survey conducted by the NME. In 2013, The Queen Is Dead was voted best album of all time by the same weekly magazine. In 1996, The Queen Is Dead was voted best album of the decade 1986-1996 by The inRocKuptibles.

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