If I play it twice and it still has no standout tracks of any note to me, then I don't see why I should waste my time with a third play.
I am talking absolutely no tracks held my interest. None. So to me, I am not likely to bother to try and force myself to like something I don't care for.
If Moz was still a media darling, despite his views, that record shop would stock the record as it would be flying off the shelves.
Lets not pretend that they actually think they are doing folk a great moral service here. They probably assume his fanbase is growing ever smaller and don't think...
I watched an interview on youtube, yesterday, with Marr and he said he was f***in heartbroken when he was forced to leave The Smiths. The youtube video is only a matter of weeks old I think and was something to do with Radio X. Dont know how many times I have either read or watched conflicting...
I never understand why people spend time compiling this kind of thing.
I have never ever found a single person who only likes or listens to one singer or band. We all listen to hundreds of different artists. This kind of crap is about as useful or as worthy as trying to convince folk that...
I must admit I have always found this song really really dull. I almost always skip this track when listening to this record as I find it incredibly boring. Similarly, I do the same with Paint A Vulger Picture on SHWC. Never liked either of them.
Maybe some people need to calm down and judge this after we have heard it, not before. Kind of reminds me when I first heard about The Smiths Project by Janice Whaley. I wasn't at all sure. After I listened to it I was well impressed.
It's not The Smiths it's something else
Wonder what chart placing it would have achieved if everyone had purchased only one copy? Moz absolutely takes the piss with all these multiple releases. I know you are not forced to buy them all but he knows very well that there are fans that will buy every version to complete the set.