I don't know, I think that word gets banded about with too much ease.
One only has to eat an extra long twix these days and they get called a genius.
I think he is a fantastic talent and that is enough for me.
This is the best news on this site for a few months. I wish he would have done a few one off shows for the Bona Drag reissue, oh well.
I hope the venue is not the O2 as someone mentioned, I would rather he did a few night at Brixton or The Round House or even The Royal Albert hall.
what you say is indeed true.
The Bowie re release is "deluxe", I haven't heard the new Bona Drag yet but, I think, you maybe a little harsh on it. It does have some new songs on it ( it's not moz's fault that they have been leaked), and it has been re mastered and re mastered well (from what I...
I can remember an interview with Moz in the early 90's when he said "You don't really think anybody cares about the Manic Street Preachers do you?".
"Do anything for fame" is a bit rich coming from that band of student toss pots.
cutting 4 real into your arm is the saddest bit of shock tactics I...
Re: Does Morrissey needs a new sound
I think your find I said he is often aping other voices, including morrisseys.
I didn't say he sounded like Morrissey.
Some of the music is quite like Morrissey would use though.
At first when I saw the song I had mixed feelings- how dare they touch a classic, such bad singing etc etc
But after half a second I didn't mind it, in fact it's quite in keeping with the spirt of the L Shaped Room version- people having a good time, the ol' English knees up
I think if this interview took place it was never aired.
I have never heard of it doing the rounds. If any one has it I would love to watch it.
Mavis also did two interviews with one of my all time hero's Quentin Crisp- I think Moz stole a lot from crisp in the early days ( I have...