The Smiths is the eponymous debut studio album by English rock band the Smiths, released on 20 February 1984 by Rough Trade Records. After the original production by Troy Tate was felt to be inadequate, John Porter re-recorded the album in London, Manchester and Stockport during breaks in the band's UK tour during September 1983. The album was well received by critics and listeners, and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart, staying on the chart for 33 weeks
The Smiths comes from Manchester, United Kingdom and was born in 1982. Their musical style is mainly considered Folk, Pop, Punk, Rock, Indie, Uk Post-Punk, New Wave, dance rock, indie rock, alternative rock and permanent wave. The Smiths comes from Manchester, United Kingdom and was born in 1982. Top tracks for The Smiths.
Released February 20, 1984. The Smiths Tracklist. 1. Reel Around the Fountain Lyrics. 2. You've Got Everything Now Lyrics. Producers John Porter & The Smiths. Writers Johnny Marr & Morrissey.
The Smiths : The Smiths,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento 1984. Labels WEA Rough Trade Records. Estilo de MúsicaIndie Rock. Membros têm este álbum13. Reel Around the Fountain. You've Got Everything Now. 3. Miserable Lie.
The Smiths even has a lullaby. On a pop album by four childless twentysomething lads. But I invite you to put on The Smiths in a quiet room, perhaps with headphones, perhaps in the dark. Listen in full as though it was the first time, recalling who you were and who you are now and how you got to be there. Imagine Morrissey isn’t The Absolute Worst. Chances are you will fall in love with this album all over again in that pure way that you can only love The Smiths, even if just for that moment.
12, 1986, the Smiths played their final show at London's Brixton Academy. Nobody knew it would be the band's concert swan song at the time. And although cracks had started to show in the Smiths' veneer all year, the group sounded vibrant and inspired. That was just the tip of the drama iceberg for the Smiths in 1986, however. A prolonged battle to have new record The Queen Is Dead released from label limbo had taken its toll on the group. And the band did a new medley with "London"-here, a fiery, rockabilly rave-up- mixed together with the first album track "Miserable Lie," here a falsetto-driven careen. You have incredibly good taste," Morrissey quipped to the crowd after the latter.
|William It Was Really Nothing||2:05|
|Hand In Glove||2:45|
|How Soon Is Now||6:00|
|Stretch Out And Wait||2:45|
|That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore||3:42|
|The Headmaster Ritual||4:20|
|Meat Is Murder||5:20|
|Barbarism Begins At Home||7:12|
|You've Got Everything Now||4:02|
|CN 4563/S||The Smiths||In Concert-354 (LP, Transcription)||BBC Transcription Services||CN 4563/S||UK||1985|
|L-28959||The Smiths||Oxford Apollo 9.5.85 (LP, Unofficial)||Burning Bush Records||L-28959||1985|
|1038||The Smiths||Better Live Than Dead (CD, Num, Unofficial)||TVO ID||1038||1987|
|CD 4004||The Smiths||James Dean Is Dead (CD, Unofficial)||Exile Records||CD 4004||Germany||1991|
|BIG 061||The Smiths||Same Day Again (CD, Unofficial)||Big Music||BIG 061||Italy||1993|
|SMH 002||The Smiths||A Kind Of Loving (LP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (The Smiths)||SMH 002||Unknown|
|none||The Smiths||Apollo Theatre, Oxford, March 18, 1985 (CDr, Unofficial)||Not On Label (The Smiths)||none||Unknown|
|HAM 019||The Smiths||Before Love (CD, Unofficial)||Hand Made||HAM 019||Unknown|
|501||The Smiths||Dedicated To James Dean: Live at The Oxford Apollo (LP, Unofficial)||Burning Bush Records||501||US||Unknown|
|X SIZE 38||The Smiths||Stealers (CD, Unofficial)||XSIZE Records||X SIZE 38||UK||Unknown|