Now My Heart is Full
Come Back to Camden
Never Played Symphonies (why this got buried on a b-side I will never understand)
I would almost put Hurling Days on there but it still feels too new to qualify
Yep, Pigsty was my very first thought when I opened this thread. True masterpiece.Pigsty is the one, isn't it?
As time passes, it's stock rises. I feel like it could become the one song that defines his career. From The Smiths and throughout the solo years, it distills his entire outlook/worldview. His oeuvre, if you will.
It was really interesting to hear Alain talk about it on Julie Hamill's podcast, he didn't feel that comfortable discussing it, almost as if he doesn't want to break the spell. That, or the crushing NDA that may be coming his way if he did!