Well, since you asked...
It's not his best work. If you enjoy Morrissey's work on a biographical, so-this-is-what's-going-on-in-Morrissey's-life level (did you like "Maladjusted"?), you'll enjoy the whole thing. But it's not as consistent as "You are the Quarry," and lacks both the genuinely good songs on there ("First of the Gang To Die," "Irish Blood...," "How Could Anyobdy Say...") and the good-natured melodrama ("I Like You," "You Know I Couldn't Last"). If you pay attention to Moz (and lord knows that's what he wants), you've probably already heard the best songs on the new one, "You Have Killed Me" and "I Will See You in Far Off Places."
It's worth it, maybe, just for the cover art and the lyrics to "On the Streets I Ran":
"No, not me, this cannot be,
Dear God, take him, take them, take anyone
Take people from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Just spare me!"