‘What Difference Does It Make?’, The Smiths’ third single released in 1984, comes in at number nine. It ended up being the title after ‘Pretty Girls Make Graves’ was said to be too controversial. This single was not a Mozza favourite but it did give The Smiths a peak position at number 12 in the UK’s singles chart.
Reaching number three is ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out. This track from The Smiths album ‘The Queen Is Dead’ was never a single while the group was together, but was released after they split to promote the bands Greatest Hits. Rerecording this single with Redondo Beach, Morrissey made it to Number 11 in 2005.
At number two it’s ‘How Soon Is Now?’. Originally another b-side, it was officially released in 1985. Again, this single was another re-release in 1992 when the band were promoting their Greatest Hits. It was later covered by controversial duo t.a.T.u and sampled by Soho, helping them reach number 8 in 1991.