Not this moaning xenophobe again. I'm still trembling here, with him stood behind me, greasing up his penis, forcing me to eat brussel sprouts. Vegan tosser.
Yeah, I thought it was pretty good. People always ask who's your Arsenal. For me it's not the invincibles, it's not "it's up for grabs now" Michael Thomas Fever Pitch et al Arsenal, it's not record breaking FA Cup winning Arsenal or Xhaka getting sent off or Jack Wilshere getting injured. No, it's Carl Jenkinson and co getting beaten 8-2 at Old Trafford with "with a packet of sweets and a cheeky smile, Arsene Wenger is a paedophile " playing in the background.
fuck morissey, he was never a gud musician just was at the right place at the right time. look like the asshole guy who be treating his girl badly
I know, i know... im as surprised as you are
Was surprised how rock-focused this is. Some songs are still reminiscent of the Smiths, but others go for some straight-forward rock. It's nice. Lyrics are still on-point. Favorite tracks: "The National Front Disco", "We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful"
The worst man who’s music I will love forever. Not his smiths best but still very decent and one of his best solo efforts. 4/5
What do people want from Morrissey? All he's really guilty of is being a curmudgeon. He's always gone out of his way to say inflammatory things to the press, only to contradict himself in later interviews. But people seem to take Morrissey's shit so seriously. The homo-erotic sect suggests he's in the closet, and ashamed to admit his sexuality. Apparently, the dude simply hates sex. But he certainly loves animals (Morrissey was the first and still only artist to successfully prohibit McDonald's from selling food during one of his concerts in California, something not even famed vegetarian Paul McCartney could pull off). We can all agree that Morrissey probably isn't the most pleasant person to hang out with, which is something you could say about most of the artists who appear on this list. Yet people who've likely never met Morrissey hold some insane personal grudge against him to the point where they write off his music. I'm talking about people who cut their teeth listening to The Smiths, who suddenly read some "shocking" quote Morrissey off-handedly gave to a music writer and it completely changes their mindset. And the thing of it is, Morrissey has been doing this shit his entire life! If you're upset at something Morrissey said or did recently, just give it a few minutes. He'll change completely and move on to something else. He's the British Neil Young, and overall his musical catalog is on par with Ol' Neil. This is possibly The Great White Mope's best solo album, although I can't say that with certainty since I have yet to listen to all of them. This was one I owned on Compact Disc when it was first released, so I was already familiar with it. Not surprisingly, it holds up better than most of the CD's I bought in 1992. I don't want to be friends with Morrissey, but I do enjoy a lot of his music.
3.5 - Is this what Brexit sounds like? Here's a supremely talented band and singer who manage to screw it up because Morrissey can't stop moaning about problems that only the most provincial of Brits would care about.
Gros problème dès le départ : l'album s'ouvre sur la mélodie de la chanson Un Rayon de Soleil de William Baldé. Si on met ça de côté, c'est du Morrissey tout craché : de bons morceaux et une horrible pochette.
Idk... not that into the music and he keeps singing about things that make me think he's an asshole.
“Were the last British people you will ever know” sounds pretty sus when you remember Morrissey’s racist shit.
So so album, and then he went mad.
Morrissey can get in the sea.
Too much morrisseyyyyyy
I'm digging this right away
YES YES YES morrissey is everythingggg!
Que discazo del bien. Es atemporal. 1000/1000 ludomatics
I actually really enjoyed this
The third solo album The Smiths vocalist Morrrissey. Perfect rockabilly / glam rock. One of the best albums in England of 1992. I liked it very much. Will definitely listen it again and again.
1st Morrisey exposure, need to check it out more
Rocking and rolling with morrissey, who would want more
So much 90s angst. I loved it!
I had never heard of Morrissey, but did kind of like this.
ach ist schon sehr nice - 4
Yo a Morrissey no lo puedo criticar. Cualquier cosa que haga me parecerá de bien para arriba. Puede que sea este su disco con menos éxitos pero para mi está bien. Y las tres canciones seguidas que forman: Certain people I know, We hate it when our friends become successful y You're the one for me, Fatty.
Just about my favourite Morrissey solo album but some of the more problematic lyrics seem even more questionable in light of his recent madnesses.
El Morrisey más sucio y ruidoso. Psicobilly y glam, pop esquisi. Mi favorito del prenda.
Yes it's Morrissey. I'm not as bothered by his voice as others, although time has proven him to be just as disagreeable publicly as his bandmates found him privately. Still, his solo work has touches of The Smiths with some extra rock riffs and typically sardonic lyrics.
A segunda metade não é tão boa quanto a primeira e fuck you Morrissey, porém discaço.
Morrissey is just as irreverent as ever, and a lot of tracks on here jams, even if they aren't Smiths-tier masterpieces. I'll be putting "National Front Disco" on repeat for a few days, though!
Really solid Alt Rock album. F**k Morrissey tho
I love Glamorous Glue, Certain People I Know, You’re the One for Me Fatty, national front disco, and I know it’s gonna happen someday. I’m digging the rock vibes and also smoothness of this album it’s something I can have on in the background and just enjoy
It's not the best album of Morrissey, but four songs saved it, hence 3.5* which is equal 4*
Another beautiful Morrissey album. One I have sadly neglected, I always seem to listen to Viva Hate or a Smiths when I need a shot of Morrissey's wry humour, deprication and stinging commentary. But Your Arsenal is worthy of attention too. 4 stars
Tomorrow is my favorite.
Liked this one. Bass playing is great, songs are good. A little whiney though. Would check out again
Fuck Morrissey but yeah great album
I am big on Smiths but never heard any of Morrissey's solo work, this is pretty great I am surprised that he holds up without Johnny Marr. Also, Mark Ronson's production is great and filled with obvious glam-rock sensibilities.
Very solid pop record. Lots of hints of what I can only identify as early Arctic Monkeys influence, and at times close to Metric, which feels like a strange comparison indeed. Less out-there than Bowie, though, and I don't get the lyrical appeal just yet.
Pretty sure this was the last Morrissey album I ever listened to, basically due to its lack of musical subtly.
Love the record. Hate the human. 5 for the music and 1 for the person. So it gets a 5 with an asterik.
I prefer his stuff with the Smiths, but this is still a good listen. I'd give it a 3.5 if possible.
Did not dislike as much as I thought I would, mostly due to instrumentation. But, it's ok.
Some nice production touches here and there but nothing I'd come back to.
Het is muziek, niet vreselijke muziek, maar ook geen geweldige muziek
I had heard the name but never his music. This album was okay at best.
It's like... well, morrissey. ticks the boxes. another one i'd like to give 3.5
Not a huge Morrissey fan, but its ok.
Didn't mind but find most Morrissey forgettable
Not actually that bad. Always thought of Morrissey as a moany bastard with shit music. Was surprised that his music isn’t that bad.
It was pretty good, but I wish that I could rate half stars because ideally I'd give it 2.5
A primeira canção, you're gonna need someone on your side, é qualquer coisa. Gosto dos instrumentos carregados do álbum, sente-se um peso diferente, mas muitas das músicas passam ao lado, é um bom álbum que não me cativou tanto. Nota:6/10
Identifiable sound from Morrisey, enjoyed listening
Du très très grand Morrissey. En effet, le chanteur sympathisant skinhead nous alpague avant même de lancer l'album, à l'aide d'une pochette dévoilant toute son humasexualité. On peut dès lors lancer l'album dans de très bonnes conditions, nous sommes dans l'univers de Morrissey. Il va alors nou enchaîner de prouesses dont il a le secret. Ici, il critique ouvertement les hommes de couleur, les déclarant indignes de la race humaine. Là-bas, il arborre une perruque blonde, se mettant a nu et se déclarant femme, tel ses idoles de jeunesses les New York Dolls. De plus, Morrissey ne cesse de se manipuler les tetons tout au long de l'écoute. Cet album fut plus qu'une écoute, mais bel et bien un voyage dans la fantaisie du raciste chouchou de Robert Dimery
Had no idea this guy and his band of way far out of the closet cock lovers did anything that didn't make me instantly vomit up yesaterday's breakfast. The opener on this one's surprisingly decent rockin' with that heavy take on surf themes in the instrumentals. The shoegaze elements in #3 were a totally unexpected touch of psych cool. Sadly otherwise the track foreshadows the descent into crap that the album takes from there. #5's gay country rock marks a bit of a low point of almost no return. With the exception of #8 and #9's cute vibey instrumental work, the rest of it is - while still head and shoulders above most anything I've heard of his before - mostly varying degrees of insufferable. If anything, the saving grace here overall is the psychey studio mix touches and samples sprinkled throughout, well that and the uniqueness afforded by the overt campness of it all.
I think maybe another Morrissey album could be very good but this one isn't stunning really
klassischer Morrissey Sound. grundsätzlich 1 Punkt Abzug weil er so ein Trottel ist.
I especially enjoyed the first few songs that had more of a hard, raw guitar sound. I would definitely take a full album of that. The rest was a bit hit and miss but I still enjoyed it. A definite 3.5 but I'm not as eager to replay the whole thing like I typically would for a 4.
Dodgy lyrics, and it's not The Smiths, but worth a listen
Another one I really enjoyed, but then, I like Morrisey. Lots of people don’t so it isn’t going to be for everyone! Worth a listen though, even if you’re not a fan. Kind of album I’d recommend to someone to start with Morrisey!
Haven't loved Morrisey in the past, but this album did work very well. A surprise!
Energetic album. Wouldn't mind hearing it again.
I think this the first time I have willfully listened to Morrissey. It is an alright album.
Rock and roll. A little strange but not the worst.
funky fresh vibes but dude’s a tory so
It’s Morrissey. It’s not The Smiths. It’s just fine.
61. Bola para um lado, homem para o outro. A derrota é garantida. Vamos lá, é o momento da tua vida. Bola para um lado, homem para o outro. Tu consegues. Tu consegues. Tu consegues, caralho. Homem para um lado, bola para o outro. Andiamo, andiamo. Imagina-te já na rotunda da Central Square, caneco na mão, milhares de pessoas gritando o teu nome, milhões brindando nos bares. Hoje vão ser feitos bebés, muitos terão o teu nome. Serás estátua, estádio, feriado nacional. Ficarás na História como o carrasco que fez cumprir a vontade de uma Nação. Não terás sido figura passiva. És História a acontecer. Saboreia o momento. Quatro passos e já está. Por agora, bola para um lado. Homem para o ou--- MotA: We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful "With the world's fate resting on your shoulder / You're gonna need someone on your side"
Music was fine, just lesser Smith's really. Some problematic lyrics that remind you who you're listening to.
Conflicted about this one
Kind of bland. Every song sounds the same.
Listenable. Did not care for the slow tracks.
This was a good album - slightly above average but not great. Top tracks: You’re gonna need someone on your side Certain people I know I know it’s gonna happen someday
Lyrically it seems shock value is rated highly tunes wise it harks back all over the place.
I'm listening to Morrissey and I'm not…sad??? Seriously though, Morrissey takes a lot of hits for being the original emo downer, but this is an upbeat rocker.
Much different from The Smiths sound of Morrissey. We'll let you know has some very not PC overtones. I mean its a great Morrissey album, its just if you are on the fence about him like I am, then its hard to say if it shifts it for me out of 3 territory.
Pretty decent album. Nice variety of sounds, and Morrissey is a decent singer as well. A bit felt too poppy for my taste, and therefore forgettable, but I wasn't offended by it. 3 stars.
I know of Morrissey but have never really heard his solo or other work. Reminds me a bit of the limited U2 I’ve heard. Alright but no real standouts.
Harder edged than classic Smiths albums but Morrissey's distinct croon adds in unique color throughout.
Not bad, a few bangers, torch songs, overall pretty decent.
I'd never been part of the Morrissey bandwagon, but of course his music is inescapable and his voice so unique. A good, but forgetable album that you listen to without any stand out tracks. Pleasant.
First listening didn't impress me much, but after 3rd or 4th some of the songs appealed to me, especially Certain People I Know and We Hate When Our Friends Become Successful. Alright, it sounds as a really early indie. Satisfactory.
I wanted to hate it but it was disappointingly mediocre
This rocked more than I had anticipated. Still not the biggest Morrissey fan but liking him more each time I listen to him. 3 stars.
I'm finding Morrissey's singing still quite annoying, but this album didn't sound all too bad.
Just one of many solid Morrissey solo albums, solid as in very solid. Sure, if you select his best solo songs you get material for a couple of albums that nicely compare with any Smiths album, but it is not clear why this album is on the list.
J’ai bien aime des bout et trouve l’ensemble assez bien. Certaines chamsoms sont tombes a plat. 3.25
Die stem vind ik echt erg fijn. Niet enorm gegrepen door de muziek verder.
I like. Smiths vind ik erg tof en op deze soloplaat staan een aantal nummer die heel dicht bij het Smiths-geluid komen.
Mjah, ik had hier toch iets meer van verwacht.
I had low expectations. They were met.
Don't like his droney voice. Album was ok. Morrissey is a cunt
It was kind of a big meh for me. Not all out unlistenable but definitely not going to return to this one.
Don't really like morrissey or the smiths but thought it was ok
Didn't love it
God Morrissey’s solo albums are so bland. 5/10
Not my style
Eléctrico. Muy para fans de Morrissey
We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful" Released: 27 April 1992 "You're the One for Me, Fatty" Released: 6 July 1992 "Tomorrow" Released: September 1992 "Certain People I Know" Released: 7 December 1992 "Glamorous Glue" Released: 18 April 2011
Fairly generic rock album. Nothing stand out for me
Really wasn't feeling this one. I heard a song I liked and I looked over and the album had ended and it was on autoplay...
Sounds like an album Louis would enjoy
fuck me, morrissey has 13 solo albums. must be about 8 good songs between them. i've justified that i'm allowed to still listen to the smiths because he wasn't the grade A cunt he is now then, he was more Grade C, a solid cunt but not quite fame hungry facist levels. i don't know where i sit with his solo stuff - it helps that its pretty average at best. 'i know its gonna happen someday' rescued this album from the ignomy of the 1 star bin.
Hab nur ein wenig reingehört und nicht wirklich Lust bekommen. Kann aber auch am müden Tag gelegen haben.
Das Album ist nicht gut genug für diese Liste, so sehr ich seine Musik mag...
It was okay.
2.5? I really am trying to separate the music from what an asshat he is. But even then, the schtick was getting old towards the end.
quite boring. but there was not something glaringly wrong about it so. i did like 'i know its gonna happen someday' just wish it didnt have some man talking throughout.
First listen, and it doesn’t seem very interesting to me. No “pop” to it. Second pass through, a little better, but nothing that grabs me. 2.5 is what I’d like to give
Didn’t really like this, too slow for me. Won’t re-listen, didn’t favourite any.
Sounded like a budget INXS.
Too much 'oouwuuuhh' wankery Sings like he's looking deep into his own eyes in the mirror
Mess of genres that doesn't really work at all for me. Couple of decent songs.
Lyrics took away from alright instrumentals
Not enough here to keep me engaged.
Meh, the instrumentals don't feel too original and Morrissey is kind of annoying. Still, some interesting lyrics here and there.
If you're a fan of misery pop and jingly jangly Smiths-style indie rock then go for it. Interesting to hear some of Morrissey's right-wing tendencies come tumbling out in the lyrics, very clumsily done.
ok but not a big smiths fan so
Good music somewhat monotone voice in this album
he's a wanker.
Interesting lyrics, not very drawn in to the music.
This was decidedly okay for me. Decent background music for work.
Okay, I'm not going to line the elderly moronic racist's pocket by listening to one of his consistently mediocre solo efforts. However, when I was younger, I tried all of Morrissey's solo efforts including this and really tried to make myself like them, such was my love for the Smiths. As ever, there are a couple of tracks that give you hope he hadn't lost it - the T-Rex pastiche Certain People I Know, and We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful, which sounds like a Spitting Image parody of the Smiths. But weighing that up against the odious National Front Disco (I think he's lost any right to protest that it's observational or ironic) and the bland plodding pub rock backing of, well, pretty much the rest of the album, and you have an absolute stinker of an album with a couple of promising singles on it. I realise Morrissey is a keen Googler of his own name, so I will say that he desperately needs the other Smiths around him to make the music, and to tell him that he isn't actually as smart or edgy as he thinks he is - especially the ones he sued. If only that double decker bus had crashed into him shortly after the Queen Is Dead. He'd be almost universally loved.
The most rock of Morrissey's output. Glam and rockabilly echoes, with great band and production by Mick Ronson. But the songs are still Morrisey songs: three note, whinge-fests. I also find his current public persona so xenophobic and unpleasant that I really can't give him any time. Will not listen again.
He does not deserve even the 0.000001 cents that I gave to him when I listened to this album on Deezer. However, despite all the "personality" thing, this is a very nice album with some reminiscence of "The smiths" that made a good rock album.
Helaas, Morrissey vind ik al snel vervelen
Madre mía, Morrissey, menudo rollo de disco.
Not my favorite. The music was depressing and I felt like I was psychiatric evaluation while listening. 0RS
Not a fan - boring, feel like i'm in the epitome of the 90's I don't like
Ffs a 3rd morrisey album?
Pretty solid production and signs, I just hate Morrissey
* I still hate morrissey
Sorry can’t listen to this. Morrissey was never as good solo as he was with Marr, and his racism has spoilt him for me.