Everyone knows that The Smiths made depressing music. Their songs were crafted to enjoy in your bedroom alone, when you're feeling forlorn and poetic. But what you may not know is that the band also dabbled in some reggae music. Yes, that's right, reggae. Don't believe us? Take a listen below to the shelved reggae version of one of their most well-known cuts, "Girlfriend in a Coma". Can you imagine Morrissey with dreadlocks? According to SlicingUpEyeballs.com , the track is a part of a bootleg vinyl LP entitled [...]
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