That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore

This single was released in July 1985. The full-length version of the song, written by Morrissey & Marr, appears on the album Meat Is Murder. The length of this single is only 3:49.

Morrissey live, Copenhagen 2014

If you want more information about this song, visit the wiki-site.

Shakespeare’s Sister

This single was released in March 1985, and it reached place number 26 in the UK Singles Chart. The front cover to the single features Pat Phoenix. The song only lasts for around two minutes.

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The song was recorded in London and was written by Morrissey & Marr. Read more.

How Soon Is Now?

"How Soon Is Now?" was originally a B-side of the 1984 single "William, It Was Really Nothing", but the song was released as a single A-side, in January 1985.

A lot of people do have this song as their favorite The Smiths song. It was written by singer Morrissey and guitarist Johnny Marr.

William, It Was Really Nothing

The single "William, It Was Really Nothing" was released in August 1984. The B side features another popular song, "Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want" (7 inch single). The maxi-single version has also the well-known "How Soon Is Now" featured.

The song is featured on the compilation albums "Hatful of Hollow", "Louder Than Bombs", as well as other singles collections, and is produced by John Porter.

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Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now

In May 1984 The Smiths released the song "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now", written by Marr and Morrissey. It was produced by John Porter. The cover features Viv Nicholson, who became famous in 1961 in the UK for winning a large amount of money and spending it just as quickly.

Marky Ramone live, Aarhus 2018

Track listing:

7", Rough Trade RT156

  1. "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now"
  2. "Suffer Little Children"

12" Rough Trade RTT156/CD RTT156CD

  1. "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now"
  2. "Girl Afraid" 2:46
  3. "Suffer Little Children"

Read more about the song here: en.wikipedia.org

What Difference Does It Make?

The third single, "What Difference Does It Make?", was released in January 1984. The song was one of the band's first significant chart hits, peaking at No. 12 in the UK Singles Chart, according to the wiki-site.

Cover of the CD-single "What Difference Does It Make?"

The song was included on the debut album. Another version of the song is included on the album "Hatful of Hollow".

Tracklisting:

7", Rough Trade RT 146

  1. "What Difference Does It Make?" (single edit)
  2. "Back to the Old House"

12" Rough Trade RTT 146/CD RTT 146CD

  1. "What Difference Does It Make?"
  2. "Back to the Old House"
  3. "These Things Take Time"

The song "Back to the Old House is different form the one included on the album "Hatful of Hollow".

This Charming Man

"This Charming Man" was the second single by The Smiths. The song was written by guitarist Johnny Marr and singer Morrissey. It did not appear on the UK release of the debut album. However, the US version of "The Smiths" had this song included.

Marky Ramone live, Aarhus 2018

The single peaked at number 25 on the UK Singles Chart.

Source (and more info): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_Charming_Man

Hand in Glove

The single "Hand in Glove" was The Smiths' debut single and it was released in May 1983 on the independent record label "Rough Trade". The song was written by Johnny Marr and Morrissey.

The cover of the 7" single "Hand in Glove"

The single peaked at No. 3 on the UK Indie Chart but did not make the top 75 on the official "main" chart. It appears on the debut album, "The Smiths" released in 1984.

Track listing:
7", Rough Trade RT 131
"Hand in Glove" – 2:58
"I Don't Owe You Anything" – 4:06

12" Version with Sandie Shaw, Rough Trade RTT 130
"Hand in Glove" – 2:58
"I Don't Owe You Anything" – 4:06
"Jeane" – 2:52

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