This first single from Morrissey's new 'Ringleader of the Tormentors' album is rather odd in that it's very much a grower: when I first heard it it made little impression on me, with the bland music and Morrissey-by-numbers lyrics making it seem more like a throwaway B-Side than a lead off single. After a few plays the tune starts infectiously creeping into your mind, but again, it's a very odd choice for a first single.
Of the 2 B-Sides the first is another New York Dolls cover - 'Human Being': musically its very simple 3 chord glam punk, but it's lengthy nature and a sleazy saxophone solo by Boz Boorer make it enjoyable. Best of all the B-Sides on this singles various formats is 'I Knew I Was Next', an odd lurching tune with a bizarre but catchy chorus, and a dense production courtesy of Tony Visconti. There is also a bonus video for 'You have Killed Me', but as this is set in a tiny window rather than being full-screen it's a bit of a waste of time.