"The Queen Is Dead" Turns 30 - Track by Track - Consequence Of Sound

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By Particle Man on Jun 11, 2016 at 10:38 PM
  1. Particle Man

    Particle Man Member

    Aug 4, 2007
    Pretty funny writeup from Consequence of Sound:

    The Smiths’ The Queen Is Dead Turns 30
    A track-by-track breakdown of the celebrated album's most "Morrissey" lyrics
    By Bryn Rich


    Thirty-seven minutes.

    That’s how long it takes The Queen Is Dead to cover sleazy record company executives, unrequited love, regicide, suicide, organized religion, women’s bodies, dead poets, and pretty much every other theme you could possibly imagine. In one swoop, The Smiths perfectly summed up the personal and political challenges of life in the UK during Margaret Thatcher’s 1980s.
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