Vauxhall and I

Release date
22 Mar 1994
Running length
11 tracks
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1 Now My Heart Is Full 4:57 64,399
2 Spring Heeled Jim 3:44 5,846
3 Billy Budd 2:08 51,894
4 Hold On To Your Friends 4:03 76,695
5 The More You Ignore Me the Closer I Get 3:43 26,574
6 Why Don't You Find Out for Yourself 3:20 62,055
7 I Am Hated for Loving 3:41 47,084
8 Lifeguard Sleeping, Girl Drowning 3:42 39,690
9 Used To Be A Sweet Boy 2:49 43,230
10 The Lazy Sunbathers 3:08 41,133
11 Speedway 4:29 47,984

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  • Congolese

    "Vauxhall and I" na Popvictims:

    16 Nov 2014 Reply
  • martijnk79

    A masterpiece, one of my top 10 albums. Not just his best solo album, but the best album he's been involved with, and that includes his former band.

    15 Oct 2014 Reply
  • ivor138

    fuck world peace, THIS IS MASTERPIECE!

    24 Aug 2014 Reply
  • JJRamone

    Easily his best solo effort.

    14 Jul 2014 Reply
  • alberisf

    Probably the best album.

    13 Mar 2013 Reply
  • stnprm

    I often heard about him. Someday, I was on a flea market in Great Yarmouth, where I saw this record for 3 pounds, so I just took it with me. And now I love it. Beautiful.

    17 Feb 2013 Reply
  • adamzZz

    ah, the closer I get, you're resting for it

    19 Jul 2012 Reply
  • SimonePerrota

    His debut's my favorite but Vauxhall And I is probably the best thing he's done as a solo artist - tracks 6 and 7 have an almost semi-confessional tinge of melancholia and regret that always brings me back to this album...

    21 Dec 2011 Reply
  • DanLovesAlice

    The best Morrissey album. Has moments of extreme humour and extreme sadness, like his Smiths work but more mature. Excellent record!

    6 Dec 2011 Reply
  • lanoctem

    the greatest album Morrissey ever created as a solo artist.. any objections are clearly from the hearing impaired.. end of story.. long live mozza<3

    29 Aug 2011 Reply
  • wholovesthesun-

    Beautiful album, Probably my favorite solo record of his,

    23 May 2011 Reply
  • nevrotisk

    Personally I think this album is on a par with The Queen Is Dead. Musically it's a rather mellow album, featuring acoustic guitars and/or a subdued mood on most of the tracks. Therein lies this album's strengths in my opinion. It's almost discombobulating the way the mellowness of the music gets coupled with Morrissey's bleakest lyrics to date. Anyone familiar with Morrissey will agree the lyrics on this album are the bleakest and most honest he's ever written. Now, bleak lyrics won't automatically make an album good (hello Trent Reznor), but the performance will. Enjoy.

    8 Jan 2011 Reply
  • lilith_s

    my favorite (and Years of Refusal) <3

    7 Sep 2010 Reply
  • morganosissi

    Vauxhall is my favorite album.

    20 Jul 2010 Reply
  • dead_flag_jazz

    finally understood this album. a masterpiece indeed.

    10 Jul 2010 Reply
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  • Mrslootsky

    Love this album!!!

    3 Mar 2010 Reply
  • Smithslover1

    probably my favourite album, that and bona drag, oh and viva hate. why oh why doesn't he do more songs from these albums in his concerts?

    9 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Himmelhost

    Musically, this is probably his best.

    6 Dec 2009 Reply
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