Re: You are not going to believe the latest SER post on TTY. Really. You are not.
Am I missing something here? A new program purchased maybe? Did Bowie really die? Has Morrissey turned into a big clock? Sounds like it.
I've always really admired his passion/stance on animal rights but sometimes he just really needs to shut up as his outburts are often cringe inducing .
He basically now says the same generic things over and over again in interviews/statements like some worn out automated message. As in all...
A lowbrow from the comments section certainly isn't a fan, whilst however sounding a bit too well versed.
"Morrissey's great tragedy is his complete lack of self awareness. This ageing whiny solipsist who went from inadequacy to bathos and back again, then spent his entire career wallowing in...
I'd like to think Morrissey would pay tribute but sadly if you dare criticise the man at any point then you've no chance, he's more for the yes types nowadays which is bizarre considering nature wise he's anthing but that ilk.
R.I.P Joe Moss.
Posted on Lloyd's Bookface.
His son pictured here with the aforementioned record.....he's a dead ringer for his pops.
"What is weird, with memory, for me anyway, is how people, places, scenarios, incidents can be lost, seemingly forever, and then with some magical trigger they are...
These days its generally someone who's name relates to a Smiths/Moz lyric, that or they have payed homage to how much they're influenced by him/The Smiths and regardless if they're any good or not...sad but true.
He's had the odd good one, Sons & Daughters to name but one.
"Morrissey is urgently seeking a label to issue World Peace Is None of Your Business, which is now withdrawn from the Capitol-Harvest Records catalogue".
Erm I bet the labels are foaming at the mouth and forming an unorderly queue.....I mean he's clearly easy to deal with!
Re: Article: Morrissey in Los Angeles (May 10, w/Tom Jones), Brooklyn (June 21 w/Cliff Richard) - TT
Cliff interview on the Moz.
"I'm just going to make it really difficult for Morrissey to follow me”.
In publishing Morrissey's autobiography as a classic, Penguin has destroyed its own reputation - The Telegraph
by Brendan O'Neill
But it isn't Morrissey we should be slating here; it's Penguin. In agreeing to publish Moz's apparently revealing life story as a classic, Penguin has...