11 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Bobmoz1701 ,

Not worth your money

I have been a fan of Morrissey and the Smiths for more then 20+ years I took a shot of listening to this album without any bias of his current political views. After giving the album a good listening there is not a redeeming song on this album, where in the past if there was 2 or 3 decent and catchy songs the strength of those songs alone could carry the album, but here there is none of that. Half the songs are filled with Morrissey yodeling but not in a classic Morrissey yodeling sense it’s filled with sound fx and auto tune yodeling which gives the songs a strange vibe and sound to the songs it’s almost like nails on a chalkboard. Morrissey’s voice is showing some age as well you can clearly here at the end of him singing the lyrics the voice of old man who’s voice is about to crack and that is something Autotune can’t fix. I had my hopes up for this album but it looks like Morrissey and his music writing talents are good and dead, he should look to hang it up and retire after this abomination of an album.

rktn ,

not great, not a total loss

Reviews of new Morrissey albums tend to be divided among two camps: "this is the best Morrissey album ever; he's still got it," or "this is the worst Morrissey album ever; he's a has been." Both can't be true. In this case the truth falls somewhere in the middle. It's nowhere near the best (Arsenal, Vauxhall, and Quarry) but it's not as quite bad as the worst (Low in High School and California Son). As a longtime Morrissey fan I'm used to inconsistency between albums and even within albums and in that respect this is typical Morrissey.

Morgan (lol) ,

Wood from first release

Moz is turning me to like men!!

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