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The World Won't Listen (Remastered By Johnny Marr)

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Download links and information about The World Won't Listen (Remastered By Johnny Marr) by The Smiths. This album was released in 1987 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 59:52 minutes.

Artist: The Smiths
Release date: 1987
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 59:52
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Panic 2:20
2. Ask 3:18
3. London 2:07
4. Bigmouth Strikes Again 3:13
5. Shakespeare's Sister (Single Version) 2:08
6. There Is a Light That Never Goes Out 4:04
7. Shoplifters of the World Unite 2:58
8. The Boy With the Thorn In His Side 3:16
9. Money Changes Everything 4:42
10. Asleep 4:13
11. Unloveable 3:56
12. Half a Person 3:38
13. Stretch Out and Wait (Alternate Vocal Version) 2:44
14. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore (Single Version) 3:47
15. Oscillate Wildly 3:28
16. You Just Haven't Earned It Yet, Baby (UK Mix) 3:31
17. Rubber Ring 3:48
18. Golden Lights 2:41

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While The Smiths were one of the most important bands of the '80s, their album catalog is a complex mess. While the band issued four official studio albums, many of their finest tracks were originally released as singles and then assembled onto collections much like this one. Here, a few excellent album tracks (“There Is a Light That Never Goes Out,” “Bigmouth Strikes Again,” “The Boy with the Thorn in His Side”) are accompanied by indispensable singles and b-sides such as “Panic,” “Ask,” “Half a Person” and “Shoplifters of the World Unite.” It makes for a headache when trying to complete their catalog. The group recorded few missteps. “Oscillate Wildly” is an instrumental that begs for a Morrissey vocal, but it also makes for a perfect karaoke performance for anyone with ambition to score their own lyrical theme over Johnny Marr’s jangly guitar purr. Yet there’s no arguing with the band chemistry on “You Just Haven’t Earned It Yet, Baby” or “Stretch Out and Wait.” In four short years, The Smiths accomplished a decade’s worth of first-rate material.