The Smiths: The Queen is Dead (1988)

Their third album, recorded and released in their pomp, and containing some of the finest Morrissey and Marr compositions, before their difficult, and final, 4th album.

Presented by Neil D’Arcy-Jones, this was an examination and celebration of one of the biggest indie bands of the 80s and beyond, from that distinctive Marr guitar sound, through to some classic Mozz lyrics, and everything in between.

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