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Strangeways, Here We Come is the fourth and final studio album by The Smiths, originally released in 1987. The album takes its title from Manchester's notorious (and now renamed) Strangeways Prison, whilst the line "Borstal, here we come" is taken from the film Billy Liar. All of the songs on the album were composed by Johnny Marr, with lyrics written and sung by Morrissey.

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  • No one in their right mind would call Death at One's Elbow a "bummer"
  • This would have been their best if it wasn't for a few bummers at the end (unhappy birthday and death at ones elbow) [3]
  • amor de álbum [2] maior paixão dos anos 80 ♥
  • Beautiful record <3
  • amazing
  • This would have been their best if it wasn't for a few bummers at the end (unhappy birthday and death at ones elbow) [2]
  • Actually it is their best.
  • This would have been their best if it wasn't for a few bummers at the end (unhappy birthday and death at ones elbow)
  • this album is their best album.. amazing swan song!!
  • It took me a lot longer to get into this album but now I'm really starting to appreciate it.

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