posted by davidt on Friday July 22 2005, @08:00AM
dreamer posted on the general board (original message) links to the recently circulated "Viva Hate outtakes."

morrissey - viva hate outtakes -

01. please help the cause (demo w moz on vocals).mp3
02. please help the cause (demo with sandie shaw and moz).mp3
03. dial-a-cliche (rough version).mp3
04. hairdress on fire (vini reilly vocals).mp3
05. i know very well how i got my note wrong.mp3
06. dial-a-cliche (morrissey talking at end).mp3
07. dial-a-cliche (wrong key-talking at end).mp3
08. morrissey talking about everyday is like sunday.mp3
Update: 07/25 15:11 GMT: Mirror sites posted in comments:
posted by davidt on Friday July 22 2005, @08:00AM
Belligerent Ghoul sends the link:

The Winner Of The Xfm Greatest Indie Band Vote!


Thousands of you voted (and nearly as many e-mailed us complaining that your favourite bandmember wasn't represented) and now we can reveal the winner of the Xfm World’s Greatest Ever Indie Supergroup Vote...

But we have reason to believe that certain Muse messageboards had been encouraging people to fiddle with their computers so they could multiple vote. Thus things may have been a little Muse-heavy. So disregarding their votes, the band would be formed of Thom Yorke on vocals, Jonny Greenwood from Radiohead on guitar Oasis' Andy Bell on bass and Dave Grohl on drums. Which sounds a little more interesting...

Best Singer:

  1. Matt Bellamy (Muse) 
  2. Thom Yorke (Radiohead) 
  3. Liam Gallagher (Oasis) 
  4. James Dean Bradfield (Manics) 
  5. Morrissey (The Smiths)  
  6. Jeff Buckley 
  7. Brett Anderson (Suede / The Tears) 
  8. Chris Martin (Coldplay) 
  9. Kurt Cobain (Nirvana) 
  10. Damon Albarn (Blur) 
  11. Frank Black (Pixes) 
  12. Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters) 
  13. Karen O (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) 
  14. Michael Stipe (R.E.M) 
  15. Johnny Borrel (Razorlight) 
  16. Shirley Manson (Garbage) 
  17. Pete Doherty (Babyshambles) 
  18. Kelly Jones (Sterephonics) 
  19. Polly Harvey (PJ Harvey)  
  20.  Courtney Love (Hole) 

Best Guitarist:

  1. Matt Bellamy (Muse) 
  2. Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead) 
  3. Noel Gallagher (Oasis) 
  4. Johnny Marr (The Smiths) 
  5. Bernard Butler (Suede / The Tears) 
  6. John Squire (The Stone Roses) 
  7. Graham Coxon (Blur) 
  8. Jack White (White Stripes) 
  9. Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins) 
  10. Johnny Buckland (Coldplay)  
posted by davidt on Friday July 22 2005, @08:00AM
An anonymous person writes:
In case anyone was still in doubt, there is a picture of MOZ with Tiger Army on their MySpace page:

Update: 07/25 16:23 GMT: Link to full size image posted in the comments.
posted by davidt on Friday July 22 2005, @08:00AM
Stephen Wright writes:
Just a note...

The National Portrait Gallery London has accepted the Smiths photo at the Salford Lads Club as part of their photographic collection.

Proud Gallery - Camden and Piccadilly will be handling various prints of The Smiths and other artists.
Also, 4 new Smiths photos for sale have been recently added to
posted by davidt on Friday July 22 2005, @08:00AM
Terrace Stomp writes:
The film which Morrissey borrowed a still from (to use as the cover of "Meat Is Murder") is being released on DVD on September the 20th by Home Vision Entertainment.

From the DVD sleeve:

Produced at the height of the Vietnam War, Emile de Antonio’s Oscar®-nominated 1968 documentary chronicles the war’s historical roots. With palpable outrage, De Antonio ("Point of Order", "Underground") assembles period interviews with journalists, politicians, and key military personnel and international newsreel and archival footage to create a scathing chronicle of America’ escalating involvement in this divisive conflict. The savage and horrific images speak for themselves in perhaps the most controversial film of de Antonio’s career, and the film he cites as his personal favorite.

Click to enlarge

posted by davidt on Friday July 22 2005, @08:00AM
Torr writes:
Swedish band Shout Out Louds made a reference to The Smiths' "Paint a Vulgar Picture" on their site recently:

The same album will be "re-released" in Sweden on July 20th ("and a tacky badge").
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