A good point, well made. I agree.I'm not being deliberately contrary, but I love all those tracks.
Sometimes you can start off not liking a particular song because of the music itself, or melodies, or whatever, but sometimes, if you listen, the actual words can influence your thinking. I find that a lot with Morrissey. His words are, in the main, very powerful, & that's what I, & many people, love about him.
Case in point, Papa Jack.
Beautiful lyrics & song.
I like The Secret of Music.What do people think the worst song Morrissey has recorded is?
For a long time it was probably 'Asian Rut', but at least that had the fact it annoyed people going for it, so that was a plus.
But surely now it has to be 'The Secret Of Music' from the last album? Pure shit.
I'm fascinated just how upset you are with the word 'regulars.' To me it speaks to the fact that you have a terrible fear of rejection and of not fitting in or being accepted. It would go some way to explain your behaviour since you arrived here.A bit like yourself - oh no, wait I forgot - you're one of the 'regulars' aren't you
Not a very accurate poll. While there was many votes cast for songs like There Is A Light That Never Goes Out to find its rating there was only a handful of votes cast for People Are The Same Everywhere and The Kid’s A Looker to find their rating. People were probably getting bored of the polls and mainly the haters responded to poll for PATSE and TKAL.A few years ago (just after World Peace, I think) we assessed every song Steve had ever sung. Tens of thousands of votes cast.
The very worst? Kid's A Looker. Second worst? People Are The Same Everywhere.
Amazing that they both came from the same radio session. A spectacular nadir in a 30 year career!