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  1. Faushicage Reply

    Morrissey decided to scrap the idea of a full-length LP and release a compilation of singles and B-sides instead. Thus, the Bona Drag project was born. " November Spawned a Monster " was released in May to modest success; the album and the single " Piccadilly Palare " followed, both released on the same day that October.

  2. Mazusar Reply

    Your Arsenal is the third studio album by English singer Morrissey, released on 27 July by record label HMV. The album received critical acclaim and reached number 4 on the UK Albums Chart.

  3. Tygodal Reply

    The title of Morrissey's third solo studio album is a sly triple-entendre. It can mean "the power you command," or it can be a pun on "your arse an' all," but it's also a joke about an association.

  4. Bajin Reply

    Morrissey Your Arsenal on g LP Remastered g Vinyl Reissue 's Your Arsenal is the Grammy-nominated third solo album from former Smiths frontman and cult-hero Morrissey following Viva Hate () and Kill Uncle ().

  5. Voodoogar Reply

    Morrissey Your Arsenal! (Vinyl LP), Vinyl Record, , Tracklist:A1 You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side A2 Glamorous Glue.

  6. Mokasa Reply

    MORRISSEY Your Arsenal (Scarce original UK HMV track vinyl LP housed in a great picture sleeve with picture inner. The sleeve shows light edgewear with no great impact to the artwork. The vinyl has light cosmetic marks and some scuffing [mainly visible in the run-out grooves] with little or no impact on play - a really nice play copy /5().

  7. Voodoot Reply

    Morrissey Your Arsenal UK vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side 2. Glamorous Glue 3. We'll Let You Know 4. The National Front Disco 5. Certain People I Know 6. We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful 7. You're The One For Me, Fatty 8. Seasick, Yet Still Docked 9. I Know It's.

  8. Zulkishura Reply

    A dynamic, invigorating fusion of glam rock and rockabilly, Your Arsenal rocks harder than any other record Morrissey ever made. Guitarist Alain Whyte 's riffs swagger with a self-absorbed arrogance, and producer Mick Ronson gives the music a tough, stylish sheen -- it may be a break from Morrissey's jangle pop, but the music is sharper than at has been since the Smiths, and so is Morrissey's conmaucontmolinanliteldefemira.coinfo: Morrissey.

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