Very generally , I think I'd like to see Moz collaborate with an established guitarist ( or two) whose musical personality was sufficient to withstand the .... umm...... demands for musical obedience ( sorry Moz !). Back in the day ( think early/mid 90s) , I would have loved an EP featuring Edge from U2 & produced by Eno. Sadly , Edge seems to have lost interest , over the last decade, in bumping up against pop/rock convention. The last few U2 albums sound like what you might hear while nodding off during a church service.
How about the EDL with a view to putting together an immigration policy.
John Frusciante is marvellous.
I could get behind listening to him with Moz. He's collobrated with Dave Gahan. [I'm a fan of his solo and group projects but not into red hot chilli peppers]
It'd be interesting to see him go in another style like when Robert Smith worked with Crystal Castles.
He could go electronic and work with vnv nation.
I think Mozz would suit a collaboration with Michael Stipe.
I love Stipe's input in Kristin Hersh's 'Your Ghost', and I think something simple and similar would work for Mozz too.
Looking to the camera/messing around/and pulling faces
For the more sweeping, torch style, how about Neil Hannon (Divine Comedy)? Or how about Mike Barson from Madness. Basically, anyone who is not going to be told to dress as a sailor would bring back some much needed tension to the music side.
"Morrissey is wearing a pair of vintage jeans and sipping from a can of Red Bull."Mon Coeur ne bat que pour Morrissey
[QUOTE=Velvis;1986740101]Your joke was a lapse in taste and judgement, joking about hatred and racism was inappropriate in this case.QUOTE]
No one made a joke about hatred and racism. Now back to the thread.