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|The CD Singles '91–95'|
|Box set by|
|Released||17 September 2000|
|Producer||Clive Langer, Alan Winstanley, Mick Ronson, Steve Lillywhite, Boz Boorer|
|Morrissey compilation chronology|
Like its predecessor The CD Singles '88–91', each disc is housed in a card picture sleeve, rather than a slimline jewel case. The sleeve for "Hold on to Your Friends" replicates the gatefold sleeve of the original 12-inch single.
The CD Singles '91–95' does not include the US single "Tomorrow", its non-album B-side "Let the Right One Slip In" (which would later appear on the centennial ion of Viva Hate) and fellow US single "Now My Heart Is Full". It also does not include the UK releases "Dagenham Dave" and "The Boy Racer", as they were released on RCA. "Glamorous Glue" is not included either, although that was only a one-track radio promo in the US and did not have any B-sides.
The nine CDs are contained in a flip-top box identical in design to The CD Singles '88–91'.