I have read alot on this board in the past year or so about how many people feel YATQ and ROTT are significantly lower in quality than Smiths records or early Morrissey albums VH, YA, V&I.
My own experience with the albums i purposely didnt mention above Kill Uncle, Maladjusted and Southpaw Grammar is that it took a while for the songs on these albums to get under my skin. They took a while to creep up on me and for me to love them.
It set me thinking that perhaps when Smiths songs first came out or when early Morrissey stuff was first produced it took a while for those to be truly appreciated too. Perhaps this is why he never has massive number 1 smash hits - it takes a while for his songs to really resonate with people.
I guess what i am saying is i love stuff like Our Frank or Dagenham Dave more now than i ever did in the past. And my theory is that the same will happen to YATQ and ROTT songs. Give them a few years of hearing them, a few years not hearing them and my belief is that they will creep up on you and you will love them like old friends.