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Smiths, the -Louder Than Bombs =2LP=

SMITHS, THE - -Louder Than Bombs =2LP=

2x LP 180g 33rpm
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( 1987 ) - 2011 EU repressed on 180g 2xLP=A compilation of singles, B-sides, album tracks, and BBC sessions "Sheila Take a Bow," "Shoplifters of the World Unite," "Panic," "Shakespeare's Sister" and "Ask" "Half a Person," "Stretch Out and Wait," ...

Smiths, the Hatful of Hollow

SMITHS, THE - Hatful of Hollow

1x LP 180 gr.33rpm= Remastered=
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( 1984 ) - 2012 remastered on 180g LP= Hatful of Hollow compilation album contais the band's finest singles with "William, It Was Really Nothing," "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now," "Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want," "Back to the Old House,"

Smiths, the Queen is Dead

SMITHS, THE - Queen is Dead

1x LP 180 gr.33rpm HQ vinyl
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( 1986 ) - 2012 EU remastered on180g LP - still a classic to this day. Arguably the Smiths masterpiece, The wistful "The Boy With the Thorn in His Side" and the epic "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out" are two of the crowning achievements in the band

Smiths, the Meat Is Murder =180g =

SMITHS, THE - Meat Is Murder =180g =

1x LP 180 gr.33rpm HQ vinyl =remastered=
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( 1985 ) 2014 EU reissue on 180g LP -Inspired by can riffs bookended by lengthy brutal songs about corporal punishment and the horrors of the cattle industry the Smiths 1985 disc is the darkest entry in the UK groups cat...

Smiths, the Strangeways Here We Come =180g =

SMITHS, THE - Strangeways Here We Come =180g =

1x LP 180 gr.33rpm
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( 1987 ) 2012 EU reissue 180g LP=Strangeways Here We Come features the classic hits" Girlfriend In A Coma', ' I Started Something I Couldnt Finish' 'Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me' and 'Stop Me If You Think Youve Heard This One B...

Smiths, the Smiths

SMITHS, THE - Smiths

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( 1984 ) - 2012 EU reissue on 180g LP -With their eponymous 1984 debut, The Smiths began their tenure as the definitive British indie rock band as well as the torchbearers of a new musical era. Johnny Marr's inventive songwriting and Morrissey's unconvent