Share memories using the hashtag to appear on The Official Smiths site; new live track every Monday

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By ExtraordinaryOrdinariness on Jul 31, 2017 at 7:08 PM
  1. ExtraordinaryOrdinariness

    ExtraordinaryOrdinariness New Member

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    #TheQueenIsDead

    http://www.officialsmiths.co.uk/tqid/

    Each Monday until release of the upcoming deluxe reissue of The Queen Is Dead, The Smiths will be releasing a previously unreleased live single version of each track from the album.

    Share your memories of each track using the relevant hashtags to appear on the site.


    Posted by Famous when dead in the comments:

    "Recorded live at the Irvine Meadows, Laguna Hills on 28th August, 1986. Live track does not feature on Deluxe Edition. Pre-order The Queen Is Dead (Deluxe):"
    https://lnk.to/TQIDMP

    The full 'video' just placed on YT:


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    1. URBANUS
      URBANUS
      Some listened to it at first cause they felt he was gloomy and depressed just like them. Then that changed and instead the songs became a celebration of life and its struggles. With time his message meant something else than it did at first.

      I suspect us single kids enjoyed it and understood it more cause we had time to dig deep into it unlike people with brothers and sisters making fun of the silly man with the heart on his sleeve.
    2. Melinda Wahyu Putri
      Melinda Wahyu Putri
      How can you mention the hashtag man????!!!!
    3. Melinda Wahyu Putri
      Melinda Wahyu Putri
      How can I mention the hashtag???? I don't understand that!
    4. Lustman
      Lustman
      I love the songs on TQID album but i'm thinking that the sound is too clean and too pop on it.
      I've Always preferred live versions of the songs... raw, savage, speed...
      This wah wah guitar is directly from the stooges heritage.
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    5. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      Go to either of the sites in green, use the hashtag to denote your memories:

      20170802_100515.png

      The confusing bit: 'to appear on' - as 'memories' did show up initially.
      Your memories were then meant to show at: http://www.officialsmiths.co.uk/tqid/
      Their site initially showed an aggregate stream of hashtag information as you scrolled down - which has since gone (saw it with my own eyes).
      I guess they are vetting them now to be safe?
      J'espère que cela pourra aider.
      FWD.
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    6. Johnny Barleycorn
      Johnny Barleycorn

      For me the Smiths are up there with the Beatles.

      For a while afterwards solo Morrissey was almost Lennon-like in his brilliance.

      Then McCartney.
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    7. Quando quando quando
      Quando quando quando
      "When I get older, loosing my hair
      Many years from now
      Wil you still be sending me a Valentine?
      Birthday greetings, bottle of wine?
      If I had been out to quarter to three
      Would you lock the door?
      Will you still feed me, will you still need me?
      When I'm sixtyfour.
      Oo oo oo oo oo oo
      You'll be older too oo oo oo.
      Grandchildren on your knees
      Vera, Chuck and Dave!"

      Always wondered about that.
      I have only two knees, sorry folks, one of you has to move.
      Pick a straw! :)
      Last edited: Aug 2, 2017
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    8. URBANUS
      URBANUS
      Wish I could agree but I have always hates The Beatles. I am too young to ever appreciate them in any way, shape or form.

      My brother was born in 1956 and he loved The Beatles which was weird since he was only into heavy metal and that but we were both blown away when we went to a Depeche Mode gig in Stockholm.
    9. Melinda Wahyu Putri
      Melinda Wahyu Putri
      Okay thanks, I'll try FWD!!!!!! Well, in fact I'm not a French and not a Vietnamese and Cambodian as well, LOL I don't speak French.
    10. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I am a bit confused by Spotify. Is there any way I can download this new live track, so when this website disappears in 6 months (or whenever) it isn't lost forever?
    11. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      The memories appear to be working again - scroll down here after selecting The Queen is Dead track:
      http://www.officialsmiths.co.uk/tqid/#
      Should look like this:
      20170803_162923.png
      Regards,
      FWD
      (ignore the French - I have no idea where that came from!).
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    12. Famous when dead
      Famous when dead
      I believe Spotify (app) allows you to download tracks, but not sure of the DRM or if you can keep it forever etc.
      You are better off getting an mp3 from the YouTube version.
      Or have this one and save the grief altogether:
      https://www.sendspace.com/file/ty1803
      Regards,
      FWD.
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    13. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I bought it from googleplay for 99p, I presume it's on iTunes, Amazon music etc too to purchase
    14. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Its been available on iTunes since Monday, The Queen Is Dead (Live) single.
    15. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      FYI this TQID is the same audio from that imfamous Thank Your Lucky Stars boot, so nothing new boo hoo.
    16. lazy_sunbather
      lazy_sunbather
      :clap:
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    17. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Morrissey was 90% of The Smiths, That's why it's fair to compare ONLY Morrissey's career with The Smiths
      duh! people stop arguing 'bout that

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