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1980s Bands: The Smiths And That Vietnam War Album Cover


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The Smiths were renowned for their cover art imagery on both albums and singles. From stills from kitchen sink dramas to French cinema, the homoerotic image of Joey Dellasandro on the debut album. Somehow one that sticks in my mind is the single of "The boy with the thorn in his side" with a leaping youthful Truman Capote on the cover. Thanks for reminding us of a great band.

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I think it would be a good call to start a music or band section on the addicts as we already have a sports and motor section. It could consist of Indy bands, 80's and a new release's thread. Anyway I love the Smiths, most notably 'there is a light that never goes out'.

 

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Interesting article as usual from Peter. Oh, I liked the Headmaster Ritual, but not so much Barbarism begins at home. I need to go over to ITunes now!

TGOEA

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