The Smiths- Hatful Of Hollow (Recorded 1983 - 1984 / Released 12/11/84) William, It Was Really Nothing / What Difference Does It Make? / These Things Take Time / This Charming Man / How Soon Is Now? / Handsome Devil / Hand in Glove / Still Ill / Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now / This Night Has Opened My Eyes / You've Got Everything Now / Accept Yourself / Girl Afraid / Back To The Old House / Reel Around The Fountain / Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
I was given this cassette- yes cassette in London in 1984 by my brother. I was supposed to give it to one of my other brothers. Instead I ended up opening it and listening to it endlessly in college. Sorry Joel- and Josh but really I'm sure I liked it better than you would have...
THE SMITHS | ‘HATFUL OF HOLLOW’ | After releasing their first album, the Smiths issued the singles and rarities collection Hatful of Hollow. The Smiths treated singles as individual entities, not just ways to promote an album, and many of their finest songs were never issued on studio albums. With strong material forming the core of the album, Hatful is as consistent as their debut and arguably captures the excitement surrounding the band even better. #PostPunk #CollegeRock #IndiePop #1984
Fabrice Colette taken by Gilles Decroix. Used for Hatful of Hollow 1984