The Queen Is Dead is the third studio album by English rock band the Smiths. It was released on 16 June 1986 in the United Kingdom by Rough Trade Records, and in the United States on 23 June 1986 through Sire Records. The album spent twenty-two weeks on the UK Albums Chart, peaking at No. 2. It also reached No. 70 on the US Billboard 200 chart, and was certified Gold by the RIAA in late 1990
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The House on the Hill (album). The House on the Hill is the third album by the British art rock band Audience, released in 1971. At about the same time, a single, "Indian Summer", reached number 74 on the Billboard Hot 100;. The North American version of the album on Elektra Records added "Indian Summer" as the opening track, along with "It Brings A Tear" which had already appeared on the UK album Friend's Friend's Friend
The Queen Is Dead Album Art Lyrics. About The Queen Is Dead. The original kings of British mope rock could have earned that title on the basis of this album alone. The Queen Is Dead Q&A.
Described as the "most pastoral, rustic record they've ever made" by Douglas Wolk of Rolling Stone, the album reached No. 1 on the . Billboard 200 chart for the week ending February 5, 2011. The song "This Is. Why We Fight" reached number 19 on the . Alternative Songs Chart, while the song "Down by the Water" also charted in the United States.
The speculation over Paul’s demise was at an all-time high when the band’s Abbey Road album cover was later released in September of '69. For many, the cover may simply show the band harmlessly walking across the London’s Abbey Road, but for some Beatlemaniacs, the imagery was a kooky dissertation in morbid symbolism.
Featuring the album’s second instance of cross-dressing, Vicar in a Tutu is a slight delight with just a casual twist of subversiveness in a passing reference to the priest’s kinky antics being as natural as rain : This freak is just as God made him. Almost cosmic in its insubstantiality, Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others seemed at the time an anticlimactic ending to such an Important Album.