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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Album, 16 Feb. 2000
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This is an absolutely superb album with only one bad track ('Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others'). Having only discovered The Smiths in the last six months (only being 17), I cannot believe that they are as good as they are, truley the best band of all time. The best tracks are 'Stop Me If You Think That You've Heard This One Before', 'Panic'-including the stunning line "Hang The Blessed DJ, because the music that they play say's nothing about my life". Morrissey's lyrics reach unchallenged heights, and are enhanced by Marr's brilliant guitar playing.

Modern Life Is Rubbish
Modern Life Is Rubbish
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5.0 out of 5 stars Easily Blur's Finest Effort, 16 Feb. 2000
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From 'For Tomorrow' onwards this is a masterpiece. This is Damon Inventing Brit-pop a year before everyone else realised that such a thing existed. It has touching beauty (eg. 'For Tomorrow' and 'Blue Jeans'), fantastic pop tunes (eg. 'Starshaped' and 'Chemical World') and electrical energy (eg. 'Advert' and 'Coping') that no band since has been able to better (except maybe blur themselves). The best album by the best band since The Smiths

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