So, while people are pre-ordering the vinyl release that's appeared on Crash and Rough Trade:
Why not have the FLAC triple CD rip that came out in 2017!?
It has many more covers and songs than the double vinyl.
Also included is a full set of product scans that are too large to show here without compressing to bits.
Disc 1 - The Many Faces Of The Smiths.
Billy Bragg: The Boy Done Good Featuring – Johnny Marr
Crowded House: Don't Stop Now Featuring – Johnny Marr
D.A.R.K.: Curvy Featuring – Andy Rourke, Dolores O'Riordan
Billy Bragg: Shirley Featuring – Johnny Marr
Buzzcocks: Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't 've)
Crowded House: Even A Child Featuring – Johnny Marr
The Nosebleeds: Ain't Bin To No Music School
D.A.R.K.: Steal You Away Featuring – Andy Rourke, Dolores O'Riordan
Ed Banger: Kinnel Tommy
The Freshies: My Tape's Gone
The Mothmen: Does It Matter Irene
The Fall: I'm Going To Spain
John Cooper Clarke: Psycle Sluts
Slaughter & The Dogs: Cranked Up Really High
Disc 2 - The Smiths Live!
Hand In Glove
The Boy With The Thorn On His Side
This Charming Man
Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
This Night Has Opened My Eyes
What Difference Does It Make?
Pretty Girls Make Graves
Reel Around The Fountain
These Things Take Time
You've Got Everything Now
Info on Discogs:
"CD2 "The Smiths Live" is recorded from the BBC Whistle Test concert show at Derby Assembly Rooms in December 6 1983 (already unofficially released on DVD The Smiths - Live In England and earlier as bootleg, e.g. CD The Smiths - The Handsome Devils), but here in a different order. The tracks 2-2 + 2-4 are studio versions from the TV appearances appeared on The Smiths - The Complete Picture.
Track 2-12 misspelled as "Those Things Take Time"."
The falsetto on Miserable Lie is great.
"At some point during "Miserable Lie" Morrissey was hit in the eye by a flower, dropped his microphone to the floor and left the stage. The band finished the song mostly as an instrumental. Morrissey returned to the stage on time for the ending of "I need advice, I need advice", adding at the end "and so do you!" for the rowdy audience. He remained playful following this, but Johnny Marr later said in an interview that this was his most embarrassing moment. Actually in the 1985 programme for the Meat Is Murder tour, he said this concert was his 'greatest embarrassment'."
(The live audio sounds very good).
Disc 3 - The Songs.
William Fitzsimmons: Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
Trespassers William: There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
Tanya Donelly: Shoplifters Of The World Unite
Dala: Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Love Me
Mike Viola & The Section Quartet: How Soon Is Now?
Katy Goodman: What She Said
Sixpence None The Richer: I Won't Share You
Joy Zipper: What Difference Does It Make?
Doug Martsch: Reel Around The Fountain
Chikita Violenta: Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others
The Rest: Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This Before
Telekinesis: Sheila Take A Bow
The Wedding Present: Hand In Glove
All the associated scans of artwork:
I hope somebody enjoys all this - took a bit of effort.