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MorrisseyRingleader Of The Tormentors

Label:Attack Records (3) – ATKDX016
CD, Album
All Media, Limited Edition
Country:UK & Europe
Style:Alternative Rock


CD-1I Will See You In Far-Off Places4:13
CD-2Dear God Please Help Me
Arranged By [Strings], Written-By [Strings]Ennio Morricone
Producer [Additional String Production]Marco Patrignani
CD-3You Have Killed Me3:08
CD-4The Youngest Was The Most Loved3:00
CD-5In The Future When All's Well3:54
CD-6The Father Who Must Be Killed3:54
CD-7Life Is A Pigsty7:22
CD-8I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now4:13
CD-9On The Streets I Ran3:51
CD-10To Me You Are A Work Of Art4:02
CD-11I Just Want To See The Boy Happy2:58
CD-12At Last I Am Born3:33
Bonus DVD
DVD-1You Have Killed Me (Video)3:18
DVD-2You Have Killed Me (Exclusive Behind The Scenes Video)3:17
DVD-3In The Future When All's Well (Exclusive Behind The Scenes Video)4:04

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Gatefold cardboard sleeve with cardboard inner sleeves. Inner section of the pockets are printed with the same insignia as inner sleeves.

Tagline: "Registrato e Mescolato a Roma in Autunno"

Recorded at Forum Music Village in Rome, 2005. Art direction at Stylorouge. Mastered at The Lodge, NYC.

This release comes witha 12 page picture/ lyric/credits booklet, plus a 4 panel poster, printed blue on reverse.
Vinyl replica CD with black playing surface.
Hype sticker applied to sleeve, within shrink-wrap.

℗ 2006 Attack Records, a division of Sanctuary Records Group Inc. under exclusive license to Sanctuary Records Group Limited
© 2006 Sanctuary Records Group Inc.
Published by Cat Minority

Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 050749 301697
  • Barcode (Reader): 5050749301697
  • Label Code: LC6448
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): none
  • Mastering SID Code (CD): none
  • Mould SID Code (CD V3): IFPI 0117
  • Mould SID Code (CD V1, V5): IFPI 0122
  • Mould SID Code (CD V2, V4, V6): IFPI 0123
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD V1 to V6): deluxe® IFPI L507 ATKDX0162R0 01
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD V1 to V6): IFPI L507
  • Mould SID Code (DVD V1 to V3): IFPI 8758
  • Mould SID Code (DVD Content Side V4 to V6): IFPI 8764
  • Mould SID Code (DVD Label Side V6): IFPI 8774

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Ringleader Of The Tormentors (CD, Album)Attack Records (3)06076-86014-2US2006
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Ringleader Of The Tormentors (CD, Album)Attack Records (3)ATKCD016Europe2006
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Ringleader Of The Tormentors (LP, Album)Attack Records (3)ATKLP016UK & Europe2006
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Ringleader Of The Tormentors (CD, Album, Copy Protected, Promo)Attack Records (3)ATKPR016UK2006
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Ringleader Of The Tormentors (CD, Album, Promo)Attack Records (3)ATKCD 016Thailand2006


  • diamondog's avatar
    I love these songs. What a treat for us, the listeners. Any one can be a critic but try being something more. At first I thought this album sounded like a bunch of b-sides with a few stronger songs but after many listens, it is a great album. The lyrical content alone is worth great praise. "On the streets I ran" is a strong song as well as tracks, 1, 3, 4, 8, etc
    • Skeleton-Man's avatar
      Edited 16 years ago
      This would have to be one more of a number of Morrissey albums, where you get the feeling Morrissey didn't bring the same passion with him into the studio as he has on other releases. It's all very nice, it's all very pleasing, and it's all very ..., well. The single You Have Killed Me sums it up perfectly. A catchy pop song out of hundreds Morrissey writes in his sleep. And no way near the beauties on his former album You Are The quarry, notably, I Have Forgiven Jesus which You Have Killed Me sounds like a bleak take from.

      Fans of Morrissey will, of course, love this album as much as anything else the Mozzer releases. And get a chance to hear a Morrissey in love (Dear God Please Help Me) which is both very pathetic, very annoying, and very painstakingly beautiful. All at once. But newcomers should look elsewhere to get an introduction to Moz' world. Viva Hate (the amazing, breathtaking, untouchable solo debut album) or the aforementioned You Are The Quarry for starters. These have far more edge, fun, and presence than Ringleader, which - do forgive me! - for now lands in the pile of to-do cds :o(

      Oh, I might add that the complimentary dvd doesn't add anything special, so be happy to go with the first "for sale" cd-only issue of Ringleader you come across. I mean, it IS Morrissey, so ... ;o)