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|1.||"My Love, I'd Do Anything For You" (4:42)|
|2.||"I Wish You Lonely" (2:59)|
|3.||"Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up On The Stage" (4:19)|
|4.||"Home Is A Question Mark" (4:00)|
|5.||"Spent The Day In Bed" (3:30)|
|6.||"I Bury The Living" (7:07)|
|1.||"In Your Lap" (4:28)|
|2.||"The Girl From Tel-Aviv Who Wouldn't Kneel" (4:57)|
|3.||"All The Young People Must Fall In Love" (3:37)|
|4.||"When You Open Your Legs" (3:17)|
|5.||"Who Will Protect Us From The Police?" (4:05)|
There are few musicians who are both as iconic and as divisive as Morrissey, who has devoted his career to building a persona of an outspoken iconoclast and whipping up storms of controversy. In 'Low In High School', his eleventh solo studio album since The Smiths disbanded, Morrissey sets his acerbic sights on stifling media and news outlets, the Israel/Palestine conflict and the monarchy, amongst other subjects. Sonically, it's a dense and heavily produced collage of rock, electronic, ballads and even a few very-Smiths sounding tracks. Love it or hate it, 'Low In High School' is pure Morrissey, and the sage of Salford's status as king of the provocateurs endures.
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