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Morrissey’s Best Albums

From fronting The Smiths to his vastly successful career as a solo artist, Morrissey’s penchant for somber wit has remained. Though his works are bleak, his often tongue-in-cheek delivery encourages a wide palate of emotions, making his range one of legendary proportions. Few artists are able to embody such a prominent personality through songs rooted

Morrissey’s Most Depressing Songs

The jangly guitar riffs and epic indie-pop melodies often masked the rather depressing nature of The Smiths’ output. But Morrissey hasn’t earned his eternal miserablist reputation for nothing and amongst both his solo and former band’s back catalog, there are a plethora of songs that are so immediately unremittingly bleak that they make Leonard Cohen

The Best Words That Have Come Out of Morrissey’s Mouth

Bigmouth strikes again And I’ve got no right to take my place With the human race So sang one Steven Patrick Morrissey on the classic Smiths’ album The Queen is Dead. And though that album was released more than 25 years ago now, the “bigmouth” label is one that has followed the fellow more commonly