Ah! I really dig dig dig that real emo trash record.
1. Real Emo Trash
2. Mirror Traffic
3. Pig Lib
6. Face the Truth
But i really love them all and would gladly listen to any of them at any or all the time. And i love you guys just for lovin’ the Malk.
“When “Red Eyes” was released last December, the sudden drumroll, yelp, and general euphoria that occurs at the 1:48 mark was a late-breaking contender for my favorite musical moment of 2013.”
I thought the same. It reminds me of the yelp at 2:17 in the Replacements “Achin’ to Be”. Album of the year from the band of this era.
Great list. Missing ‘Seattle’. Great song and back story.
I really like yr list. Paired with mine it makes for a killer moz mix. Better than the list above. At Amber is a top choice for no 1.
Did [you] really sing, “It was a good lay” at the end of “Suedehead”?
“No, ‘It was a bootleg’. I mean, good heavens, in my vocabulary? Please…”
“Well, have I ever been dishonest?” he laughs. “Do people think it was ‘a good lay’?”
“And is that quite racy?”
“Well, it was actually ‘a good lay’.”
And was there one?
“No, I just thought it might amuse someone living in Hartlepool.”
- Morrissey, Sounds, June 18, 1988
Unfortunate typo. 6. Knows not Kows!
Suedehead – not “it was a good lay” but ” it was a bootleg”
10.You Have Killed Me (Ringleader)
9. The Boy Racer (Southpaw)
8. Tomorrow (Arsenal)
7. Certain People I Know (Arsenal)
6. He Kows I’d Love To See Him (Bona)
5. Alma Matters (Maladjusted)
4. I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris (Refusal)
3. Why Don’t You Find Out For Yourself (Vauxhall)
2. Speedway (Vauxhall)
1. Seasick, Yet Still Docked (Arsenal)
i really don’t mind what order you put their songs in, NO remain the greatest band of all time for me.
(i am partial to a bit of Fine Time, Run and All The Way from Technique tho…… and what happened to Love Vigilantes?)
Yes. VU over Another View tho.