The Smiths is the eponymous debut studio album by English rock band the Smiths, released on 20 February 1984 by Rough Trade Records. After the original production by Troy Tate was felt to be inadequate, John Porter re-recorded the album in London, Manchester and Stockport during breaks in the band's UK tour during September 1983. The album was well received by critics and listeners, and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart, staying on the chart for 33 weeks
Complete", however, is a profoundly inaccurate description. There have been better bands than the Smiths, but there has never been a more perfect band, in the sense of having a distinct, deliberate, powerful aesthetic shaped by the tensions of collaboration, combined with the ability to articulate that aesthetic.
Released February 20, 1984. The Smiths Tracklist. 1. Reel Around the Fountain Lyrics. 2. You've Got Everything Now Lyrics. Producers John Porter & The Smiths. Writers Johnny Marr & Morrissey.
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THE SMITHS - Complete (Rhino UK 2011). Factory sealed original pressing. Includes all 8 of The Smiths albums as remastered by Johnny Marr. THE SMITHS Complete Vinyl Box 180 GRAM 11x LP - NEW SEALED - Morrissey Marr. The Smiths –Complete. Remastered By –Johnny Marr. Complete by The Smiths (Vinyl, Oct-2011, 8 Discs, Warner Bros.
Complete Troy Tate (1983). Album's Title: The Smiths Artist: The Smiths Year: 1984 Genre: Post Punk Tracks: 1-Reel Around The Fountain (00:00) 2-You've. The Smiths - SingLes ( Full Album ). 1:01:20. The Smiths Full Album Meat Is Murder 1985. The Smiths - live Rockpalast 1984 (HQ).
O conteúdo está sendo processado. Volte mais tarde, por favor. They had a magnificent rhythm section in bassist Andy Rourke and drummer Mike Joyce, who were unflashy, tough, and supple. And they had guitarist and writer Johnny Marr, who was responsible for at least half of the Smiths' glory. It's hard to neatly describe what was so great about Marr, because he didn't have a particular gimmick or a signature sound; there are virtually no audible guitar solos on Smiths records. It's safe to say that nobody else, before or since, has opened a significant rock album by hammering the bejesus out of the capoed, open-tuned chord that begins "The Headmaster Ritual" - Marr has called his riff what Joni Mitchell "would have done had she been an MC5 fa.