7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Morrissey Sings his Life......,
By A Customer
This review is from: Kill Uncle (Audio CD)
Definitely not Morrissey's strongest album, but far from the disaster it was made out to be. Whilst some of the tracks are fairly low key - King Lear, There is a Place in Hell.. - most still stand the test of time. Mute Witness, Sing Your Life and Found Found Found (rumoured to be about Michael Stipe) are standouts. For me, though, End of the Family Line is the best track on the album.
If you already have some Morrissey albums but have been put off by reviews of this one, dont be. You will be pleasantly surprised. If you dont own any Morrissey yet, probably best to start with one of the later solo albums (Vauxhall, Your Arsenal, You Are The Quarry) or the earlier Viva Hate or Bona Drag.