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  • L.A. based indie rockers, The Elizabeth Kill are returning to the stage after putting the finishing touches on their newest CD release. Known for electrifying live performances, the female fronted quartet delivers their signature ... L.A. based indie rockers, The Elizabeth Kill are returning to the stage after putting the finishing touches on their newest CD release. Known for electrifying live performances, the female fronted quartet delivers their signature style of music and keeps fans wanting more. With Influences like The Cure, Alanis Morrisette, No Doubt, and The Smiths you can expect lots of attitude and nothing short of a good time with The Elizabeth Kill. “Our fans like live music, they work hard and like to play hard and we want to rock hard with them,” says Sarah Roiko, the bands front-woman. Other members of the band include Corey Manske, Jeremiah Roiko, and Son Vo. The Elizabeth Kill supports organizations like “To Write Love On Her Arms” which raises awareness and support for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide. Check out their website http://www.theelizabethkill.com/ !

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  • L.A. based indie rockers, The Elizabeth Kill are returning to the stage after putting the finishing touches on their newest CD release. Known for electrifying live performances, the female fronted quartet delivers their signature ... L.A. based indie rockers, The Elizabeth Kill are returning to the stage after putting the finishing touches on their newest CD release. Known for electrifying live performances, the female fronted quartet delivers their signature style of music and keeps fans wanting more. With Influences like The Cure, Alanis Morrisette, No Doubt, and The Smiths you can expect lots of attitude and nothing short of a good time with The Elizabeth Kill. “Our fans like live music, they work hard and like to play hard and we want to rock hard with them,” says Sarah Roiko, the bands front-woman. Other members of the band include Corey Manske, Jeremiah Roiko, and Son Vo. The Elizabeth Kill supports organizations like “To Write Love On Her Arms” which raises awareness and support for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide. Check out their website here! or http://www.theelizabethkill.com/

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  • All the complimentary words written about Crazy For You by Best Coast is true, and I would add this "Crazy For You" is the closest successor to the Smiths I've heard.

  • You sport this buckle and I promise I will turn around and stare.

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  • Despite how much I adore The Smiths, I would not pay $400 for this, but I do think it's freakin cool.

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  • The inspired writing and artistry on album The Smiths' Strangeways, Here We Come was so profoundly touching that my dreads actually stood on end.

  • I play when I'm happy, and I play it really loud.

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  • In March 1987 the album was released. May 1987, it reached number 38 on the British charts. In 2003, the album was ranked number 365 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The album was certified... In March 1987 the album was released. May 1987, it reached number 38 on the British charts. In 2003, the album was ranked number 365 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA in 1990. In 1992 I was happily depressed and in love with album.

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  • Good enough to frame and give to someone who is so so sad and gay, LOL, J/K. I love the Smiths and their Queen.

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  • The Smiths' second album isn't a great leap forward, but it does contain some fine guitar-pop, including "The Headmaster Ritual," "Rusholme Ruffians," and "That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore." The American version included the pulsatin... The Smiths' second album isn't a great leap forward, but it does contain some fine guitar-pop, including "The Headmaster Ritual," "Rusholme Ruffians," and "That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore." The American version included the pulsating "How Soon is Now?," which doesn't fit the mood of the rest of the album. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide

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  • A compilation of singles, B-sides, album tracks, and BBC sessions assembled for the American market, Louder Than Bombs is an overlong and unfocused collection that nevertheless boasts a wealth of brilliant material. Since Hatful o... A compilation of singles, B-sides, album tracks, and BBC sessions assembled for the American market, Louder Than Bombs is an overlong and unfocused collection that nevertheless boasts a wealth of brilliant material. Since Hatful of Hollow was unavailable in the U.S. at the time of the release of Louder Than Bombs, this compilation contains large chunks of that album, as well as several cuts from The Smiths, which makes the record a little redundant for most Smiths fans. Also, Louder Than Bombs contains some of the worst material the group ever recorded, including the bland instrumental "Oscillate Wildly" and a cover of Twinkle's "Golden Light." Excluding all of this material, the remainder of the record is brilliant. The singles "Shakespeare's Sister," "Panic," "Ask," "Shoplifters of the World Unite," and "Sheila Take a Bow" are all definitive, as are the elegiac "Unloveable," "Asleep," "Stretch Out and Wait," and "Half a Person," which are all unavailable anywhere else (excluding the British counterpart to Louder Than Bombs, The World Won't Listen). Furthermore, the sneering, bouncing pop of "You Just Haven't Earned It Yet, Baby" and the bizarre travelogue of "Is It Really So Strange?" are two other essential songs not available anywhere else. Though The World Won't Listen is a more concise collection, Louder Than Bombs is a necessary purchase for any Smiths fan. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less

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  • Arriving in an era dominated by synth pop and gloomy post-punk, the Smiths' eponymous debut was the bracing beginning of a new era. On the surface, the Smiths' sound wasn't radically different from traditional British guitar pop -... Arriving in an era dominated by synth pop and gloomy post-punk, the Smiths' eponymous debut was the bracing beginning of a new era. On the surface, the Smiths' sound wasn't radically different from traditional British guitar pop -- Johnny Marr's ringing, layered guitars were catchy and melodic -- but it was actually an astonishing subversion of the form, turning the structure inside out. Very few of the songs followed conventional verse-chorus structure, yet they were quite melodic within their own right. Marr's inventive songwriting was made all the more original and innovative by Morrissey's crooning and lyrics. Writing about unconventional topics, from homosexuality ("Hand in Glove") to child molestation and murder, Morrissey had a distinctively ironic, witty, and literate viewpoint whose strangeness was accentuated by his off-kilter voice, which would move from a croon to a yelp in a matter of seconds. While the production of The Smiths is a little pristine, the songs are vital and alive, developing a new, unique voice within pop music. Though the Smiths continued to improve over the course of their career, their debut remains startling and exciting. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less

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  • Meat Is Murder may have been a holding pattern, but The Queen Is Dead is the Smiths' great leap forward, taking the band to new musical and lyrical heights. Opening with the storming title track, The Queen Is Dead is a harder-rock... Meat Is Murder may have been a holding pattern, but The Queen Is Dead is the Smiths' great leap forward, taking the band to new musical and lyrical heights. Opening with the storming title track, The Queen Is Dead is a harder-rocking record than anything the Smiths had attempted before, but that's only on a relative scale -- although the backbeat is more pronounced, the group certainly doesn't rock in a conventional sense. Instead, Johnny Marr has created a dense web of guitars, alternating from the minor-key rush of "Bigmouth Strikes Again" and the faux rockabilly of "Vicar in a Tutu" to the bouncy acoustic pop of "Cemetry Gates" and "The Boy With the Thorn in His Side," as well as the lovely melancholy of "I Know It's Over" and "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out." And the rich musical bed provides Morrissey with the support for his finest set of lyrics. Shattering the myth that he is a self-pitying sap, Morrissey delivers a devastating set of clever, witty satires of British social mores, intellectualism, class, and even himself. He also crafts some of his finest, most affecting songs, particularly in the wistful "The Boy With the Thorn in His Side" and the epic "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out," two masterpieces that provide the foundation for a remarkable album. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide « less

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  • It might because The SMiths are one of my all time favorite bands. It might be because Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel are so incredibly talented and easy on the eyes. It might just be because I'm a sentimental fool and I... It might because The SMiths are one of my all time favorite bands. It might be because Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel are so incredibly talented and easy on the eyes. It might just be because I'm a sentimental fool and I love love, even when it can go horribly wrong. Whatever the reason, I love this movie.

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  • Truer billy goats were never worn around my neck. I love EVERYTHING this woman makes. It's a The Smiths lyric.

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  • Book of photos by artist William Jones documenting L.A.'s specific subculture of Smiths & Morrissey devotees.

  • At the risk of being uncovered as an only-buys-the-best-of-album-poser, I admit that I bought this CD a few years ago and I haven't been disappointed one bit. It has all the songs I remember from high school and a couple awesome ... At the risk of being uncovered as an only-buys-the-best-of-album-poser, I admit that I bought this CD a few years ago and I haven't been disappointed one bit. It has all the songs I remember from high school and a couple awesome tracks I was not angsty enough to know about at the time. ps. How did they get Jude Law to pose for the cover?

    Tags: 80s, The Smiths
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  • 50's inspired, nice one, too bad about the price.

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