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The Smiths-Barbarism Begins At Home (1984)

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"When Johnny Marr and Morrissey formed the Smiths, Rourke joined the band after their second gig, and remained with the band almost throughout its existence. Marr claims that Rourke's contribution to The Queen Is Dead LP was "something no other bass player could match". Rourke was briefly sacked from the Smiths over drugs abuse, resulting in a $2000 fine, the case was posted on TV news. The brief dismissal of Rourke came in the form of a note left by Morrissey under the windscreen wiper of his car; "Andy, you have left The Smiths. Good luck and goodbye, Morrissey". Morrissey himself, however, denie

Added: Aug-27-2011 
By: Willem1980
Tags: The Smiths, Barbarism, Begins, At, Home, 1984
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