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That's fair. Like em or not objectively they're just not chug rock in any way. One is acoustic, one opens with an accordion though the original had it played on guitar one is a slow build of a songI'll have to check to refresh my memory...I've only listened to them about 3 times.
Not trying to mean, just honest.
Staircase, Kiss me a lot, I'm not a man, Smiler are great tracks. It took me a while to get into Smiler. I like Bullfighter but its mix annoys me. It feels like there was a bigger version of the song trying to get out. It sounded better live. Also Forgive Someone is fantastic.An understandable comment pre-World Peace but wasn't Smiler with Knife a great piece of music, along with a couple of others?
[video]Maybe because people got a bit carried away and were overdramatic. He had just written 7 songs before World Peace. If you believe that 7 songs are enough to judge a person's abilities then it is not his problem. He also wrote this one by the way
Well, it did take 10 years for him to up his game dramatically. Just look at Alain's co-writing dynamic on his very first collaborative effort with Your Arsenal -- we had Glamorous Glue and Fatty alongside the likes of We'll Let You Know and Seasick. All this despite the fact that Alain was touring the musically-lackluster Kill Uncle just one year prior in 1991. When Jesse came on board, he was lucky enough to be playing some of the very best songs of Morrissey's entire career. And if playing a handful of Marr classics night after night couldn't get his creative juices flowing, then I don't know what will.I was one of Jesse's biggest critics pre World Peace. Don't know how he managed to up his game so dramatically- just pleased that he did.
Actually 12.He had just written 7 songs before World Peace. If you believe that 7 songs are enough to judge a person's abilities then it is not his problem.
lol he gets given all the shittiest lyricsActually 12.
You Have Killed Me
The Youngest Was The Most Loved
In The Future When All's Well
On The Streets I Ran
I Just Want to See the Boy Happy
I Knew I Was Next
If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look At Me
Children in Pieces
All You Need is Me
Sorry Doesn't Help
I'm OK By Myself
People Are The Same Everywhere
If you look at the list of 13 songs above, how many are among your highly-rated Morrissey songs?It appears that some here like some composers and others don't like the ones that others like and others don't like the one ones that some others like. I've also learned that some people don't like the songs that I like.
Who'd have thunk it?
If by highly rated you mean I enjoy listening to them, of the 12 I'd say 6.If you look at the list of 13 songs above, how many are among your highly-rated Morrissey songs?
Interesting. If it means I enjoy listening to them, I think half a song max.If by highly rated you mean I enjoy listening to them, of the 12 I'd say 6.
Best for me is If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look At Me.
Worst for me is People Are The Same Everywhere.
And by worst I mean atrocious!
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