|THE SMITHS Compilation Album|
|Release||2 November 1992|
|Art work||Photo "Biker Couple" by Dennis Hopper (1961)|
US release cover star: Richard Davalos
Sire Records (US)
|Chart position||UK #29|
US (did not chart)
|Compilation Album chronology|
UK & Europe [WEA 4509-90406-2], US [Sire 9 45097-2]
- The Boy With The Thorn In His Side – 3:16 (Morrissey/Marr)
- The Headmaster Ritual – 4:52 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now – 3:34 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Ask – 3:15 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Oscillate Wildly – 3:26 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Nowhere Fast – 2:35 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Still Ill – 3:20 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Bigmouth Strikes Again – 3:14 (Morrissey/Marr)
- That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore – 4:57 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Shakespeare's Sister – 2:08 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Girl Afraid – 2:46 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Reel Around The Fountain – 5:56 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me – 5:02 (Morrissey/Marr)
- There Is A Light That Never Goes Out – 4:02 (Morrissey/Marr)
- Layout, Design - Greg Jakobek
- Photography By - Dennis Hopper (2)
- Producer - John Porter
- Producer - Johnny Marr
- Producer - Morrissey
- Producer - The Smiths
- Written-By - Johnny Marr
- Written-By - Morrissey
This compilation ℗ 1992 Warner Music UK Ltd. © 1992 Warner Music UK Ltd. Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe. A Time Warner Company.
Includes a 12 page lyric booklet.
- ...Best II - Discogs master release: https://www.discogs.com/master/21023
- ...Best II (Compilation) - Discogs release: https://www.discogs.com/release/382589-The-Smiths-Best-II
Discogs information (additional release)
The cover photo is from the movie "East Of Eden".
© 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 Morrissey / Marr Songs, Ltd. All rights for the Western Hemisphere administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. BMI
Made in U.S.A.
- ...Best II (Compilation) - Discogs release: https://www.discogs.com/release/474747-The-Smiths-Best-II
...Best II is a compilation album by the Smiths. It was released on November 2, 1992, by the new owner of their back catalogue, WEA (Sire Records in the United States). Its highest British chart position was #29; it did not chart in the U.S.