Release Info

Release Info

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* NOTE Mar. 26 - main page article had to be re-created as it was accidentally deleted a few days ago.

New sleeve from the Pitchfork article, link posted by an anonymous person (original post):

The Smiths 7” With Unreleased Music Set for Record Store Day - Pitchfork

Also, posted by GMS:

Here's what's written about it on RSD's website:

Smiths, The - The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
Format:
1 x 43g 7" Black vinyl (dinked)...
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Nikey posted the link (original post):

CONFIRMED RECORD STORE DAY 2017 RELEASES - The Future Heart

Excerpt:

Below is a list of every record due out April 22, 2017 (including some that will only be released in specific regions and some that may end up being released independent of RecordStoreDay.com’s campaign, and therefore will not appear on the organization’s list). The below items were combed together from numerous sources confirming their release, including announcements from various labels, statements direct from artists and online databases of distributors. Many releases are still to be...
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hello there everyone
I need help with this release
I have a copy and a few copies to sell
These are proper, legitimate Warner releases
and still i find ZERO info on any website, forum, anywhere
I have practically checked everything and found no info whatsoever
which seems very strange indeed....
anyone knows about this? maybe someone also has a copy????
mail me or write here, ok?

https://www.discogs.com/The-Smiths-The-Queen-Is-Dead/release/9690729
[email protected]

Tracklist
A1 The Queen Is Dead 6:05
B1 Oscillate Wildly 3:26
B2 Money Changes Everything 4:10
B3 The Draize Train 5:08

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SMITHS 45 - true-to-you.net
29 November 2016

Warner UK will release a previously unissued version of The Boy With The Thorn In His Side as a physical 45. The sleeve, above, is by Morrissey, with layout by Darren Evans at Warner UK. The B-side is a previously unissued version of Rubber Ring.
The sleeve image is Salford actor Albert Finney.
Details of availability of the record will follow shortly.



I hope that Warner will do the next Morrissey album then.


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Morrissey’s Taste for Shelagh Delaney - The Criterion Collection

...In conjunction with our release of Tony Richardson’s 1961 screen adaptation of A Taste of Honey, out tomorrow, we’ve gathered Morrissey’s most prominent references to this groundbreaking work of social realism in the below playlist

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Synopsis (Blu-ray / DVD) - The Criterion Collection

Disc features:
  • New, restored, 4K digital transfer, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray
  • New interviews with actors Rita Tushingham and Murray Melvin
  • Audio interview with director and coscreenwriter Tony Richardson from the 1962 Cannes...
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Morrissey Ticket Sales - true-to-you.net
10 August 2016



Morrissey's show at Philadelphia Tower Theater (22 September) and also at Brooklyn Kings Theater (24 September) both instantly sold out.
The added date at Bren Events Center in Irvine is close to sold out.
Morrissey's first show in China at MacPherson Stadium (Hong Kong) has almost sold out.
Plans remain in place for the re-launch of World Peace Is None of Your Business (pictured above).


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Original text:

En noviembre saldrá una reedición de WORLD PEACE IS NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS (último álbum de Morrissey) a través de otro sello...por lo que se ve en la imagen es Étienne. Pronto ampliaremos la información.



Photo source posted by Famous when dead:

The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dir: C.T.Dreyer) is a great film.
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I just noticed this on Bull Moose pre orders.. Has anyone heard of this?

The Smiths: 30 Years of the Queen is Dead - VideoETA

While the title may appear a little passe and the message somewhat less outrageous than it did 30 years ago, The Smiths' sophomore album remains among the finest pieces of musical work to appear during the eighties - if not the finest since punk and new wave broke in the mid to late '70s. And while our beloved premier (overseas readers excepted) may count it as one of his own fave raves, we won't let that put us off - most of us round here don't believe him anyway - being that such a fine and creative array of music is captured in its grooves. So in celebration and honour of this dynamic album's pearl jubilee comes this triple disc box set of DVDs. Featuring three separate films focussing on The Smiths in general, The Queen Is Dead album and the Morrissey/Marr angle...