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|1.||"Jim Jim Falls" (3:44)|
|2.||"Love Is On Its Way Out" (3:23)|
|3.||"Bobby, Don't You Think They Know?" (5:36)|
|4.||"I Am Not A Dog On A Chain" (3:49)|
|5.||"What Kind Of People Live In These Houses?" (3:42)|
|6.||"Knockabout World" (3:29)|
|1.||"Darling, I Hug A Pillow" (4:49)|
|2.||"Once I Saw The River Clean" (4:17)|
|3.||"The Truth About Ruth" (3:48)|
|4.||"The Secret Of Music" (7:52)|
|5.||"My Hurling Days Are Done" (5:07)|
Morrissey is arguably the most divisive British pop artist working today. Some loathe him, others stand by amid countless controversial statements. Few would deny his place in the pantheons of music, though, even if you feel it's really about The Smiths, creating an unusual quandary for the listener - dividing their own opinion, not just separating that from others who don't think the same way. In many ways 'I Am Not A Dog On A Chain' is the album he needed to make, revealing an artist known for egotism as finally accepting some limitations and realities. 'My Hurling Days Are Done' and 'The Secret Of Music' both lament the passing of time, for example. But then in many ways, musically speaking, what's here is his most bold and striking album in decades. A real testament to the broad understanding of what makes a powerful track powerful, to say the least.