Ringleader of the Tormentors is the eighth studio album by English alternative rock singer Morrissey. It was released on 3 April 2006 by record label Attack. The album was described as showcasing "a thicker, more rock-driven sound", which Morrissey attributed to new guitarist Jesse Tobias. The album debuted at number 1 in the UK Albums Chart and number 27 in the US, and also reached number 1 in Sweden, Malta and Greece.
referencing Ringleader Of The Tormentors, LP, Album, ATKLP016. IMO the best Morrissey solo album. It has it all: catchy pop, meloncholic drear, lush rock. It's the climactic peak of maturity of song writing, themes and arrangement, without losing any quality.
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Ringleader of the Tormentors is a new Morrissey album, not a new Morrissey; attempts to wring autobiographical revelations from its lyrics are easy, but ultimately futile. Accusations of self-parody, after losing their sting sometime around "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now", remain apt but, in Morrissey's case, often irrelevant.
Morrissey may figure himself the Ringleader of the Tormentors, but he just as easily as a conductor of the three-ring circus that materialises with the release of every Moz album. For all the chaos produced by those who care about inconsequential things like Morrissey releases, it can be rather easy to forget that there is even music at issue. The desired result was an album very much in the same vein as You are the Quarry.
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Yet ‘Ringleader Of The Tormentors’ is eloquent proof, that, to quote the title of Private Eye’s romance novel piss-take about Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, you’re Never Too Old. At least six of the album’s 12 tracks strongly indicate that Morrissey has found love in the city in which they were recorded – Rome.
Ringleader of the Tormentors is Morrissey's eighth solo album, which debuted at number one in the UK album charts and number 27 in the US. It also hit no. 1 in Sweden, Malta and Greece. Billboard described the album as showcasing "a thicker, more rock-driven sound"; Morrissey attributes this change in sound to new guitarist Jesse Tobias.
|1||I Will See You in Far-Off Places Morrissey / Alain Whyte||Morrissey||4:13|
|2||Dear God Please Help Me Ennio Morricone / Morrissey / Alain Whyte||Morrissey||5:51|
|3||You Have Killed Me Morrissey / Jesse Tobias||Morrissey||3:08|
|4||The Youngest Was the Most Loved Morrissey / Jesse Tobias||Morrissey||2:59|
|5||In the Future When All's Well Morrissey / Jesse Tobias||Morrissey||3:54|
|6||The Father Who Must Be Killed Morrissey / Alain Whyte||Morrissey||3:53|
|7||Life Is a Pigsty Morrissey / Alain Whyte||Morrissey||7:22|
|8||I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now Morrissey / Alain Whyte||Morrissey||4:14|
|9||On the Streets I Ran Morrissey / Jesse Tobias||Morrissey||3:51|
|10||To Me You Are a Work of Art Morrissey / Alain Whyte||Morrissey||4:01|
|11||I Just Want to See the Boy Happy Morrissey / Jesse Tobias||Morrissey||2:59|
|12||At Last I Am Born Michael Farrell / Morrissey||Morrissey||3:34|
Title: Ringleader of the Tormentors
Recording date: 2005
Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
Recording location: Forum Music Village, Rome, Italy
Size MP3: 1313 mb
Size FLAC: 1656 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
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