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Deluxe edition includes bonus DVD.

Disc: 1
1. America Is Not The World
2. Irish Blood English Heart
3. I Have Forgiven
4. Come Back To Camden
5. I'm Not Sorry
6. The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Don't Make Fun Of Daddy's Voice
2. It's Hard To Walk Tall When You're Small
3. Teenage Dad On His Estate
4. Munich Air Disaster 1958
5. Friday Mourning
6. The Never-Played Symphonies
See all 9 tracks on this disc
Disc: 3
1. Irish Blood English Heart- Music Video
2. First Of The Gang To Die- Music video- Live footage taken from the Morrissey DVD "Who Put The M in Manchester?" Out 3/2005
3. First Of The Gang To Die- 7/22/04 performance from The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
4. I Have Forgiven Jesus- 7/23/04 performance from The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
5. Let Me Kiss You- 7/24/04 performance from The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
6. Exclusive behind-the-scenes photo gallery from the 2004 tour

Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 7, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Sanctuary Records
  • ASIN: B0006IIP3A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,720 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ricardo Jamin on February 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Before Irish Blood I knew nothing about Morrissey. I first heard Irish Blood from the soundtrack of FIFA 2005 games. Well that's enough to make me a big fans already. Bought the deluxe album and I think every single song in the album is a masterpiece. I strongly suggest to get the deluxe version, because the extra tracks are real quality tracks not some crappy throw away.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By G. Mitchell on January 19, 2005
Format: Audio CD
OK OK, I dig Morrissey just like the next guy, but this is getting a bit ridiculous...Moz releases his BEST album in over a decade, but then...first it was the "gatefold" LP version, then it was the standard CD version, then it was the bonus DVD version...NOW it's 9 "exclusive" B-sides (that you can find if you spend at least $50 in various U.S. and UK singles!) plus a new DVD of Kilborn live takes - OF COURSE I BOUGHT IT the day it came out, just like all the rest of Moz's fans, but isn't a bit much to expect die-hard, loyal fans to pay for essentially the SAME album three times, granted you get these great B-sides, but...well, on second thought, if you compiled just the B-sides and called it a NEW Morrissey album/CD, IT would be hailed as one of the best albums of the year - Moz is BACK and hasn't been this consistently brilliant since his "Suedehead" days - and I've seen him around LA and he still looks HOT in that sexy, brainy, well-read British way.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Geneva Lewis VINE VOICE on July 4, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Morrissey. There are two kinds of people in the world. You either love or hate Morrissey, and I am in the "love" camp. If you don't like him, there's a laundry list of complaints: moody, grating, depressed-in fact, I have to make deals with some family members to play his songs in the car! To sum up his appeal: Impeccable pop music sensibilities with literate lyrics that are stories in and of themselves, the whole package anchored by incredibly moving and diverse musical vocal instrumentation. As a moody, disaffected teenage girl living in a backward outpost, I had a WOW moment when I heard my first Smiths song at a friend's house. Obsession as only a teenage girl can manage it began. I still have all my Smiths tapes, LP's, and the first two Morrissey solo efforts, schlepped around with me no matter what (I did recycle the scrapbook because it seemed scarily Shawn Cassidy-ish). Life got in the way and I didn't keep up with new releases or much of anything in pop culture for the past decade due to what I'll euphemistically call "life circumstances". Now I'm rediscovering Morrissey's solo efforts and am in awe. He has evolved musically and lyrically and in my opinion has left the Smiths in the dust. "You Are The Quarry" is a must for a new or old fan. His smashing comeback after a series of setbacks, Morrissey is back with his characteristic sarcasm, angst, and rage, with a little tenderness and longing thrown in to balance it out. Start the journey with the biting "America Is Not The World" written in the haze of George W.'s era. It's a warning love song for his adopted country. "Irish Blood, English Heart" attacks entrenched politics of Great Britain. "I Have Forgiven Jesus" is a powerful and not sacrilegious song, written from a perspective that brings to mind the laments of Job.Read more ›
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By CBR_Reaver on May 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
"'Best of..' 'Most of...' Satiate the need! Slip them into different sleeves.

Buy both and feel decieved..."

"Re-issue ! Re-package ! Re-package !

Re-evaluate the songs

Double-pack with a photograph

Extra Track (and a tacky badge)"

Moz's words, back in the day... Seems he's learned a thing or two over the years, and now he's doing the very thing he used to hate... Don't get me wrong, I'll buy it, just like all other fans. It'll go on my iPod, right next to my 2 or 3 "Best of..." Moz albums and rare tracks, and import singles and collections...

Looks like we've all changed a bit over the years...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TheInnerRefuge on August 4, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have been into BritPop for over a decade and am a fanatic for Oasis and Pulp (and, once in a great while, Blur). After watching the movie "Live Forever" and reading some reviews, I heard many clamor that Morrissey should have been added to the DVD. While I can see while he was not, since his heyday with the Smiths and his early solo career was just before the height of the second British Invasion, I was still interested.

After a while, I picked up the "Best of Morrissey" (I know there are about three dozen, but you get the idea) and was pleasantly surprised. At first, the songs seemed a little to quirky. The titles were extremely long and some of the tracks, like "Hairdresser on Fire" and "Sing Your Live" made me wonder (no offense) if this guy was being serious or not.

However, after a few listens I fell in love with "...International Playboys", "Now My Heart Is Full" and "Hold On to Your Friends." They were moving and clearly deep, meaningful outlets for Morrissey. Wanting to branch out, I grabbed "Quarry" as everyone was talking about it so much in the press.

At first, again, didn't really like it. Some of the songs were grating and seemed to lack the lyrical wit I heard on the "Best of..." So, I shelved it for a week or so.

However, I forced myself back to it, and while I still couldn't stand some tracks, i.e. "...Crashing Bores" and "...How I Feel" (which seem a bit childish and whiney, respectively) I found some moments of brilliance. "Come Back to Camden" is sweeping and gorgeously layered, "Let Me Kiss You" has a wicked guitar riff around the choruses and "You Know..." ends the album in a wonderful hook-filled style.

...Or it would have had I not bought the deluxe version.
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