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  1. markem41

    Morrissey and animals

    human (animal); dog (animal); cat (animal). Just saying.
  2. markem41

    Why is there so much hate for Years of refusal?

    The Latin influenced sound started to eat away at the melodies of old.
  3. markem41

    Stephen Street talks Hackney, Morrissey and guitar music’s ‘last hurrah' - The Hackney Gazette

    He put them on 'Songs to Save Your Life' in 2004. (Oh, God is it THAT long ago, I feel old). Wonder what happened between then and 2012.
  4. markem41

    20 Years Ago: Morrissey loses a court battle, then loses his way on ‘Maladjusted’ by Nick DeRiso

    1997 was still the time of the Modfather. The Mozfather had to wait until 2004.
  5. markem41

    20 Years Ago: Morrissey loses a court battle, then loses his way on ‘Maladjusted’ by Nick DeRiso

    Dunking the chamois? Foot in a bucket? Strangely, he reverted to a decent(ish) piece of cover art for this one. To be fair I can't think of a better tribute to Roy Keane - a piece of shit. :crazy:
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    20 Years Ago: Morrissey loses a court battle, then loses his way on ‘Maladjusted’ by Nick DeRiso

    When looking back, I always compare releases against what The Fall were doing. They released 'Levitate' around this time but were lost in their electronic, dancey phase and about to implode in New York. I think Maladjusted was a refreshing release at the time and there were some great b-sides as...
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    Morrissey letter to Tony Wilson: "...The Smiths need a manager" (1986) - Cerysmatic.Factory

    Venlo is just the house name, all the houses on that street have names as well as numbers because the residents think they are posh. Venlo is a place in the Netherlands I think. Doubt Moz had anything to do with the name.
  8. markem41

    Stop Me Remix

    Not bad at all - although the drums sound a bit harsh to me. "Friday night in outpatients" has always irked me - he means A&E (or ED / ER for US readers).
  9. markem41

    "The Queen Is Dead" 12" vinyl (2017, Warner Bros. UK) listed on Discogs - Help needed

    12QID2017 - I don't think I have one release in my music collection that includes the year within the catalogue number. Or maybe I do but I can't be bothered looking.
  10. markem41

    How many people supported Mike Joyce's claim at the trial?

    From my limited knowledge which is based on reading about it, I'd say there's more love between AR and JM.
  11. markem41

    How many people supported Mike Joyce's claim at the trial?

    Well I agree almost but would just add that a skilled rhythm section brings out the best in vocals and lead guitar - Marr and Rourke worked off each other's playing, something we've not seen in JM's career since. Whatever chemistry made The Smiths was more than just M&M.
  12. markem41

    How many people supported Mike Joyce's claim at the trial?

    They should have had equal shares when they started and throughout the bands life. Any additional revenue for M&M being writers should have come from separate publishing deals and a separate agreement for JM being a producer.
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    The Smiths – the stories behind all 27 of their provocative album and single Sleeves

    Two of them were 'Smiths' rather than 'The Smiths'. Bet it was a Rough Trade cock-up rather than intentional. Wonder why this bloke never got a cover? Steve
  14. markem41

    Morrissey would not have been such a good writer/lyricist had he come from the South of England

    It depends if his mother still had access to the same supply of literature that he could 'adapt' or borrow for his lyrics. Most of his early writing was lifted, so where he was at the time didn't matter.
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