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The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead / Hatful Of Hollow Mp3

  • Performer: The Smiths
  • Album: The Queen Is Dead / Hatful Of Hollow
  • Label: Warner Strategic Marketing France
  • Catalog #: 8573-80185
  • MP3: 1442 mb | FLAC: 1386 mb
  • Released: 2000
  • Country: France
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 339
  • Category: Rock
The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead / Hatful Of Hollow Mp3

Tracklist

1How Soon Is Now?6:43
2The Boy With The Thorn In His Side3:15
3The Queen Is Dead6:23
4Accept Yourself4:02
5Girl Afraid2:45
6Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others3:14
7Handsome Devil2:46
8There Is A Light That Never Goes Out4:02
9Vicar In A Tutu2:21
10Still Ill3:34
11Please Please Please, Let Me Get What I Want1:50
12Bigmouth Strikes Again
Backing Vocals – Ann Coates
3:12
13Frankly, Mr. Shankly
Engineer – John Porter
2:17
14This Night Has Opened My Eyes3:40
15This Charming Man2:43
16Cemetry Gates2:39
17These Things Take Time
Producer – Dale Griffin
2:33
18Back To The Old House3:02
19Hand In Glove
Producer – The Smiths
3:14
20Reel Around The Fountain5:52
21I Know It's Over5:48
22You've Got Everything Now
Producer – Dale Griffin
4:18
23Never Had No One Ever3:36
24What Difference Does It Make?3:12
25William, It Was Really Nothing2:09
26Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now3:34

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
8573-80185-2The Smiths The Queen Is Dead / Hatful Of Hollow ‎(2xCD, Comp)Warner Music France8573-80185-2France1999

Credits

  • Arranged By [Strings]Johnny Marr (tracks: 1-01 to 1-10)
  • Artwork By [Sleeve] – Morrissey (tracks: 1-01 to 1-10)
  • EngineerStephen Street (tracks: 1-01 to 1-10)
  • OrchestraThe Hated Salford Ensemble (tracks: 1-01 to 1-10)
  • Other [Cover Star] – Alain Delon (tracks: 1-01 to 1-10)
  • ProducerJohn Porter (tracks: 2-01, 2-05, 2-09, 2-12, 2-13, 2-16), Johnny Marr (tracks: 1-01 to 1-10), Morrissey (tracks: 1-01 to 1-10), Roger Pusey (tracks: 2-02, 2-04, 2-06, 2-08, 2-10, 2-14, 2-15)

Barcodes

  • Label Code: WE 859