A stop-gap compilation between albums, ‘The World Won’t Listen’ screamed ‘genius’, thanks to The Smiths’ unbeatable run of singles.
Hailed as being ‘as fresh and colourful’ Morrissey’s daffodils, The Smiths’ debut album captured the group in their first flush of success.
Influential, distinctive and enduring, the best The Smiths songs are just part of an inspiring body of work recorded in under five years.
With its ‘direct statement’ and musical and lyrical innovations, the ‘Meat Is Murder’ album was the sound of The Smiths raising their game.
Innovative and instantly recognisable, The Smiths’ How Soon Is Now? refuses to age – despite initially baffling their label.
Dense, brooding and anthemic, Shoplifters Of The World Unite remains one of Morrissey’s ‘all-time favourite’ Smiths songs.
From monster grooves to almost telepathically delivered motifs, the best Andy Rourke basslines powered The Smiths’ finest moments.
Arguably the most important indie band of them all, The Smiths wrote unique songs with an appeal that refuses to diminish.
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