|EP by Morrissey|
|Released||18 September 1991|
|Recorded||3 June 1991|
|Label||Sire Records / Reprise (9 40184-2)|
At KROQ is a three-song live EP by Morrissey, released on September 18, 1991. It was recorded at a live session in 1991 for Los Angeles radio station KROQ-FM, while Morrissey was touring in support of his second album Kill Uncle.
Following the end of "Sing Your Life", the EP's most noted feature is heard: eight full minutes of messages left for Morrissey by ardent, sometimes bordering on obsessive, fans on the voice mail of KROQ-FM personality Richard Blade.
- "There's a Place in Hell for Me and My Friends" – 2:27
- "My Love Life" – 4:26
- "Sing Your Life" – 3:40
- Hidden track – 8:04
All songs written by Mark E. Nevin and Morrissey.
Completely live, straight onto digital 2-track with no overdubs; mixed during performance by Ian Horne. Recorded at Capitol Studios in Hollywood U.S.A. on June 3, 1991.
- Spencer – The drums
- Gary Day – The bass
- Alain Whyte – Guitars
- Boz Boozer – Guitars
- Morrissey – Voice
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