sexta-feira, dezembro 09, 2005

There is a light that never goes out


Este mês, na Uncut:

The Smiths
Imagine Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand and Babyshambles rolled into one - that's how important The Smiths were in the '80s. And 1986 was their peak year, the year they released their third album, The Queen Is Dead. In this Uncut exclusive, Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce talk to Smiths biographer and Uncut contributor Simon Goddard about the protracted sessions for the album that began exactly 20 years ago, in December 1985, and how they overcame problems with drink, drugs, depression and legal wrangles to create their masterpiece.