posted by davidt on Sunday December 12 2010, @10:00AM
GurgleJerk writes:
For US fans of The Smiths, the US iTunes store is now offering the full slate of studio albums for the very first time. In addition is the very first US release of The World Won't Listen, the rarest album for US fans to get a hold of. It's also worth noting that they're offering it and the studio albums at $7.99, with 90-second previews and a custom band page with a newly-composited image including The Salford Lads' Club. Finally, it seems there's a push from Warners to market them digitally. While this may not be Earth-shattering news, their absence from the US iTunes store has been kind of curious, almost bizarre, up until now.

posted by davidt on Sunday December 12 2010, @10:00AM sends the link:

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London tuition fee protest -

A student protester stands on a barrier in Parliament Square on December 9, 2010 in London, England. Parliament was voting on whether to implement the coalition Government's proposals to increase university tuition fees in England from 3,290 GBP to 9,000 GBP. (Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
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posted by davidt on Sunday December 12 2010, @10:00AM
Vic writes:
Per MSN, our boys Moz/Marr came in second after Lennon/McCartney:

MSN Essentials: Top 10 greatest songwriting teams in rock - MSN
posted by davidt on Sunday December 12 2010, @10:00AM
B.C. in Chicago writes:
I found it on Towerload. Sad news!

Gay Code Language Going Extinct - Global Cocktails

Link to original article:

Gay Code Language Faces Extinction -
posted by davidt on Sunday December 12 2010, @10:00AM
Kewpie sends the link to the post in the forums by mozsupportsrovers (via Morrissey reddit):

Nicky Wire says Morrissey changed his life

Nicky Wire of the Manic Street Preachers said in a television programme last night on channel 4, that the moment he saw Morrissey on TOTP his life changed forever

he said the next day he went into school with flowers in his back pocket and through Morrissey was able to progress into music much more easier, by then listening to other bands like Echo and the Bunnymen
posted by davidt on Sunday December 12 2010, @10:00AM
Chris Long writes:
My name is Chris Long. I am a songwriter in Nashville. Here is a holiday song for all Morrissey fanatics!
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