A solid album, this, which is a blessed relief for those worried that Morrissey had lost it completely. From the uproarious "Roy's Keen" to the sweet and charming "Ammunition", this is album is a middle-ranker amongst his solo work - no Vauxhall And I, but no Kill Uncle either. The man is 38, and he can still produce albums like this - I really think that says a lot.
"Sorrow Will Come In The End" is not on the UK version of the album due to the record company's reticence in releasing such a, erm, controversial song.