Rough Trade publish The Smiths’ fourth and final album : ‘Strangeways, Here We Come’ (1987)

The Smiths’ ‘Strangeways, Here We Come’ is their fourth and final studio album produced by Stephen Street and band members Johnny Marr and Morrissey, and released on September 28, 1987 by Rough Trade Records

Track Listing : 1.A Rush And A Push And The Land Is Ours (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 03:00 . 2.I Started Something I Couldn’T Finish (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 03:47 . 3.Death Of A Disco Dancer (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 05:26 . 4.Girlfriend In A Coma (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 02:03 . 5.Stop Me If You Think You’Ve Heard This One Before (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 03:32 . 6.Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 05:03 . 7.Unhappy Birthday (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 02:46 . 8.Paint A Vulgar Picture (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 05:35 . 9.Death At One’S Elbow (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 02:01 . 10.I Won’T Share You (Morrissey, Johnny Marr) – 02:48

Musicians : The Smiths – Band . Morrissey – Vocals, Piano On (3), Handclaps On (8) . Johnny Marr – Guitar, Keyboards, Harmonica, Harmonium On (7), Autoharp On (10), Vocals On (9), Handclaps On (8) . Andy Rourke – Bass, Keyboards, Handclaps On (8) . Mike Joyce – Drums, Percussion, Handclaps On (8) . Stephen Street – Drum Machine Programming On (2 – 9), Sound Effects On (6 – 9)

Production : Produced By Stephen Street, Johnny Marr, Morrissey .

Arrangements : Johnny Marr, Stephen Street

Video Director(S) : Tim Broad For “Girlfriend In A Coma” And “Stop Me If You Think You’Ve Heard This One Before”

Recorded March-April 1987 At The Wool Hall, Beckington, Somerset

Released September 28, 1987 By Rough Trade

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