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  1. Nov 03,  · Best of, most of Satiate the need Slip them into different sleeves Buy both, and feel deceived. So goes “Paint a Vulgar Picture,” one of the Smiths’ very best songs, and one that for obvious reasons isn’t included on the group’s brand-new best-of, The Sound of the Smiths.
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  4. Best I, a Compilation of songs by The Smiths. Released in August on WEA (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Jangle Pop, Indie Pop.
  5. Discographical confusions aside, what we have here is simple: the Smiths at their best and worst, because it is as a singles, not album, band that their legacy shall rest upon. Sides 1 & 2 (on vinyl; it's the A-side of my old cassette copy) is an easy five-star classic, one brilliant, breathless rush of gem after gem (except for "London", more.
  6. Smiths - Best of 1 - riochlorrentvicitingsymtcamirmararip.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello The Smiths Format: Audio Cassette. out of 5 stars 52 ratings. Half a Person 7. Rubber Ring 8. How Soon Is Now? 9. Hand in Glove Shoplifters of the World Unite/5(52).
  7. Aug 01,  · The Smiths: All 73 Songs, Ranked Morrissey and Johnny Marr lasted only five years as a songwriting team, but these Manchester lads left a lifetime’s worth of absurdly great songs behind.
  8. Sep 07,  · Slicing Up Eyeballs, a website dedicated to '80s college rock, recently polled its readers about the best Smiths songs. Site editor Matt Sebastian joins via Skype to discuss the results, plus we play a few of our favorites. Friend Bob Popik also shares his personal ranking of the Smiths catalog. Also on the panel: Bud Verge, Rob Gates, and of course, Jim & Patrick.

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