Upon hearing The Smiths maybe what we thought was Morrissey. It could also be because Morrissey is pretty good in this band. The Smiths, a band born in Manchester, England in 1982 consisting of Morrisey, Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke, and Mike Joyce. The beautiful Britpop music and the touch of lyrics from the vocalist increasingly made the band one of the best britpop bands to date. Album history The Smiths released 4 albums during its active period from 1982 to 1987. The Rough Trade records label The Smiths released "The Smiths" (1984), "Meat is Murder" (1985), "The Queen Is Dead" (1986), and "Strangeways, Here We Come" (1987). Can be said all the album reached the top of UK Album chart. Get into the 500 Biggest All Time albums of the Rolling Stone version. According to the vocalist, the origin of the name The Smiths thrown because "Smiths" is the name
which is common or ordinary and in that time he thinks it's time the average person shows what they can do for the world. In addition to the handsome vocalist singing parade, the style of music is smart and easy to hear and make this band always interesting to talk about. Morrissey himself had the band before The Smiths namely The Nosebleed and Johnny Marr who are members of the Electronic. While Andy Rourke is a schoolmate of Johnny Marr who was recruited as a bassist for The Smiths and the last to join The Smiths is the drummer Mike Joyce was born from a family of Irish / Irish descent and his previous band was a victim of hoax and punk slices.