16 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A compilation of singles, B-sides, and rarities, this album shows the multiple faces of early-‘90s Morrissey. There’s the adoring fan in “Sunny,” the cocksure dandy in “Sister I’m a Poet,” and the self-pitying grump in “Nobody Loves Us.” “Girl Least Likely To” haughtily dissects the aspirations of a writer who has fallen from favour with a relentless sense of musical propulsion, while “A Swallow On My Neck” wryly autopsies a passionate moment, painting Morrissey as an easily bruised heart in need of careful treatment.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A compilation of singles, B-sides, and rarities, this album shows the multiple faces of early-‘90s Morrissey. There’s the adoring fan in “Sunny,” the cocksure dandy in “Sister I’m a Poet,” and the self-pitying grump in “Nobody Loves Us.” “Girl Least Likely To” haughtily dissects the aspirations of a writer who has fallen from favour with a relentless sense of musical propulsion, while “A Swallow On My Neck” wryly autopsies a passionate moment, painting Morrissey as an easily bruised heart in need of careful treatment.

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