8 of 13 people found the following review helpful
So if that's what you like then you'd be best to steer clear.
Ok so I do think the David Byrne/Talking heads comparisons are valid, so are the Kings of Leon ones, but putting both of those aside and judging this album on its own merits I think you'll agree it's fantastic. Ok so the vocals may not be to everyone's taste but then we're all different and so may not all chose to listen to Mr Blunt or Mr Johnson.
I'll go as far as saying this is the first album that has me dancing uncontrollably like I've stopped making sense!!
11 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Well I've never felt the need to openly comment on an album before I've felt that my beliefs are my own and others are allowed theirs too. Although when I hear such strong remarks like "the finest album Morrissey has produced" and "an instant classic" I feel the need to change my ways.
First a bit of history - I've been into Morrissey since 1986. I first saw him live at the infamous wolves gig in 1988 and have subsequently seen him on most tours since, aside from the You are the Quarry tour which I missed through lack of enthusiasm.
Now don't get me wrong I believe Quarry to be a fine album, most probably the fourth finest Moz solo offering after (in order) - Arsenal -… Read more