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THE SMITHS Best I (1992 German 14-track compilation CD album including This Charming Man What Difference Does It Make Girlfriend In A Coma Sheila Take A Bow and Panic picture sleeve)
Top Customer Reviews
Fourteen songs, and not one of them bad. Opening with the lively "This Charming Man" and uplifting "William, It Was Really Nothing", progressing to the light-hearted "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before" and "Girlfriend In A Coma", and with such tracks as "Hand In Glove", "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others", "Sheila Take A Bow" and "Panic", this collection should go some way towards dispelling the popular myth of the Smiths as a depressing band.
The more melancholic listener will doubtless enjoy the classic "How Soon Is Now?", the wonderful and witty "Half A Person" and the touching "Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want" (featuring perhaps Morrissey's best vocal performance of this CD).
With Marr's brilliant tunesmanship and Moz's lyrical wit evident throughout, picking a few stand-out tracks is virtually impossible. The better known songs - "This Charming Man" and "How Soon Is Now?", for instance - may draw newcomers to the compilation, but they will quickly find new favourites among the less famous, but equally superb, album tracks.
Don't deprive your music collection of such wonderful company.
A joy to listen to from start to finish, this is also most accessible album for those that never 'got' the smiths.
It's the breadth and scope of songwriting here that never fails to impress, from the self deprecatory 'rubber ring' with its myriad guitar overdubs to the exhilarating bombast of 'Sheila take a bow', it's gripping stuff indeed.
Well worth the money.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quick delivery perfect in every way all the best SMITHS are on here bar none !!!Published 7 months ago by Cone Head
Nothing wrong with the cd but the case was broken. A blind man would have seen the damagePublished 8 months ago by Christopher Burke