The Smiths – The Queen Is Dead

A creative milestone in popular music, this recording must surely be an essential purchase. The most important British group? The songs speak for themselves. It is very hard to see how this cannot be the regarded as the best albums ever released. How great would it be to come across it for the first time again?

This video is part of my Top 50 Albums on a ukulele project, if you enjoyed it why not check out some other classic albums that I arranged for ukulele. Like Nirvana – NevermindRage Against The Machine – Debut Album or The Eagles – Hotel California.

TABS

The Queen Is Dead

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Frankly, Mr Shankly

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I Know It’s Over

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Never Had No One Ever

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Cemetry Gates

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Bigmouth Strikes Again

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The Boy with the Thorn in His Side

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Vicar in a Tutu

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There Is a Light That Never Goes Out

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Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others

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learn someting else

Nirvana (Smells Like Teen Spirit, Lithium, Polly)
Soundgarden (Black Hole Sun)
Guns N Roses (Sweet Child O Mine, Nightrain, Paradise City)
Smashing Pumpkins (Cherub Rock, Today, Geek U.S.A)
Radiohead ( Paranoid Android, Exit Music For Film, Karma Police)
Led Zeppelin ( Stairway To Heaven, Rock n Roll, Black Dog)
Fleetwood Mac ( The Chain, Dreams, Go Your Own Way)
The Clash ( London Calling, Train In Vain, Guns Of Brixton)
The 1975 ( Love Me , UGH!, Somebody Else)
Arcade Fire ( Funeral, Wake Up, In The Backseat)
The Strokes ( Last Nite, The Modern Age, Hard To Explain)
Rage Against The Machine ( Killing In The Name Of, Take The Powerback, Bombtrack)
The Eagles ( Hotel California, Life In The Fast Lane )
Pearl Jam ( Alive, Black, Jeremy, Porch )
Vampire Weekend ( A punk, Oxford Comma, Walcott)

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