Seriously though, I started listening to the smiths only a few years ago, and they were the first band that made me care about music enough to go into the depths of the internet in search of 16 minutes of Barbarism or just because I really wanted to hear Morrissey and Johnny cursing at the bouncers/inviting fans to the stage. And it wouldn't have been possible without all the people who shared these gigs and also took the time to write about them, specially those dudes from Soundsville. It made the gigs even more special to me. And I'm glad we still have the Smiths Archive, but, idk, I liked the vibe of smithstorrents and I'll miss that community feeling. I guess I just want to thank David for starting this and keeping the site for so long. It was V Cool. Thanks, dude.
Are you accessing a cached copy?but isn’t it still up?? I still can see all of it
Anybody know what happened to the 350 gb google drive? Thanks.
Thank you very much, wanted to share with someone who saw the Smiths in NYC.@Famous when dead do you know if we have Kill Uncle 2013 expanded edition version somewhere on these drives? I can't check myself as the link isn't working, so wondered if you knew off the top of your head. Thanks.www.morrissey-solo.com