I've read a lot of reviews lately, and it seems to be these two that are considered the best works put out by Morrissey and I have to agree that they aren't far wrong. I like the other records, but I find that these two are the most consistent in containing strong, origional songs throughout without any particular tracks that I will skip. My personal favourite is Your Arsenal; I love the glam-rock and rockabilly fusion in the opening tracks; the excellent singles, You're The One For Me Fatty and We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful and the mellow, subtle beauty of Seasick Still Docked contrasted with the majesty of the ballad I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday. There is just not one bad track on that album and it is more varied and vibrant than the more mellow, reflective Vauxhall and I.
So what are your thoughts on these two albums and do you think they portray Morrissey at the peak of his carreer?