Vicar In A Tutu (track) by The Smiths

Vicar In A Tutu
Vicar In A Tutu by The Smiths
Year: 1986
From the album The Queen Is Dead (track #8)
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82/100 (from 531 votes)
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The Smiths - Panic/Vicar In A Tutu - 1986 Picture Sleeve PS 7"
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Time left: 4d 12h 15m 7s
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The Smiths - Panic / Vicar In A Tutu 7” Single / 1986 UK Pressing
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Time left: 5d 9h 3m 11s
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THE SMITHS - PANIC / VICAR IN A TUTU 7" single 1986 OZ AUSSIE PRESS MORRISSEY
Time left: 5d 17h 34m 1s
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82/100 (from 531 votes)
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From 09/01/2017 19:02
This track reminds me of when the Beatles would throw lightweight folksy pop ditties onto their albums, particularly on the White Album (Rocky Raccoon or Bungalow Bill somehow come to mind when I think of the parallels) which was a record that Johnny Marr adored very much.

Like Frankly Mr. Shankly, it's strange, entertaining, and is a nice breath between two monumentally good tracks. Along with Cemetery Gates, Bigmouth Strikes Again, and most of the rest of TQID, it serves to straddle the line between a genuine romantic narrative and a funny satirical outlook on human existence.

Quite cool for what it is.
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From 05/18/2017 12:07
Not sure if I love this or not, but a strange, nice song :D
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45/100
From 08/16/2016 09:51
Hah, what a stupid sounding song. Although, not the worst one on the album - that title goes to "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others".
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From 05/28/2015 02:01
What's everyone's problem with this? I think it's good.
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From 07/04/2014 22:43
meh
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From 04/18/2013 18:28
Nothing wrong with a Vicar In A Tutu.
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