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Ask - The Smiths - Rank (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. 'Rank,' a concert album from the late, great Smiths, offers the liveliest postmortem imaginable. Rather than being an exploitative rehash, it realizes the greatest goal of a live album, namely, to offer a full reinterpretation of a band's work.
  2. ‘Rank’: British actress Alexandra Bastedo was chosen by the band to adorn the cover of live album ‘Rank’. Like Morrissey, Bastedo was a committed vegetarian and an advocate for animal.
  3. THE SMITHS Rank ( US Sire first press track vinyl LP recorded live at the National Ballroom in Kilburn on 23rd October , housed in the glossy 'Alexandra Bastedo' gatefold picture sleeve and a deletion notch cut to the bottom edge plus the original picture inner.
  4. May 13,  · The smiths had already dissolved by the time this was released,the only live album in their official discography. With craig gannon on 2nd guitar they certainly tear through a set of 'queen is dead' era material with their own brand of gusto that was never really captured on the studio albums (as excellent as they are)/5(41).
  5. Released: 5 September Recorded: 23 October Genre: Alternative rock; indie pop; Length: Label: Rough Trade (UK) Sire (US): Producer: Pete Dauncey.
  6. Make Offer - THE SMITHS Rank LP Original Sire Records Pressing Mint Factory Sealed Vinyl The Smiths - Rank - Original Record LP in gatefold sleeve + inner $
  7. The Smiths - Rank - Lp Vinyl Record The Smiths Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars ratings. See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Listen Now with Amazon Music: The Smiths "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: Price New from /5().
  8. The Smiths - Rank (Remastered) (2LP Gram Vinyl) Vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered edition of this live album from the legendary British quartet. "Is It Really So Strange" and "Ask". It is hard to imagine a better album to end The Smiths' career than "Rank" even though it was ostensibly released in order to fulfill a /5(79).

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