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Southpaw Grammar
Morrissey
Southpaw Grammar
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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Digitally remastered, re-sequenced and expanded edition of Morrissey's 1995 album now housed in new artwork and including four previously unreleased tracks: 'Honey, You Know Where To Find Me', 'Fantastic Bird', 'You Should...  more »

      
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All Artists: Morrissey
Title: Southpaw Grammar
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rhino Flashback
Release Date: 2/3/2009
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 081227987978

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Digitally remastered, re-sequenced and expanded edition of Morrissey's 1995 album now housed in new artwork and including four previously unreleased tracks: 'Honey, You Know Where To Find Me', 'Fantastic Bird', 'You Should Have Been Nice To Me' and 'Nobody Loves Us'. Southpaw Grammar was Morrissey's fifth solo album, charted at No.4 in the UK charts on release, and featured the fans favorite singles 'Dagenham Dave' and 'Boy Racer'. This remastered re-issue has become a very personal project to Morrissey, who wanted to re-sequence the tracklisting, adding in four previously unreleased tracks, and give it completely new artwork. The album features new design by Anthony Lui, and previously unseen photographs by Linder Sterling. Sony/BMG. 2009.

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CD Reviews

Classic album finally gets it's day in the sun
A. Salas | Brooklyn, New York United States | 05/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Another unfairly maligned Morrissey solo album, Southpaw Grammar is actually quite excellent, with many memorable tracks, most pretty hard rocking. The new sequence and added tracks do the album well, presenting it as the classic it truly is.

Morrissey has been judged harshly since the moment he released his first solo single, the music press seem determined to name him a has-been no matter what great records he put out. As such, it's become pretty common for the uniformed to merely quote the sentiment that solo Moz is not as good. Well, as excellent as The Smiths were, they released uneven albums as well, comps like Hatful Of Hollow and Louder Than Bombs doing them better service. Morrissey too can be more of a singles act, but the bottom line is his solo catalogue deserves more scrutiny"