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  1. markem41

    why is morrissey treating cancer when he has always wanted to die his whole life?

    Even a cancer treatable by a small excision of a piece of skin?
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    cars

    Probably borrowed but the clues are there as to what car it was at the time: http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threads/93085-Len-Brown-interviews-Morrissey
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    Morrissey's legendary album revealed: From new book 'Great Lost Albums'

    I looked up the word 'parasite' in the dictionary and it simply said 'David Quantick'.
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    'This Charming Charlie' creator offers Morrissey a record deal

    "Just like you, I too can be intensely persistent." It's not gonna work out.
  5. markem41

    The Smiths - 3rd most played band in John Peel's Festive 50s

    The Fall, The Smiths and Half Man Half Biscuit. Literally literary geniuses. IMH{umble}O
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    What's Your Favorite Morrissey's Haircut?

    Gotta be the cropped look - a sensible choice once your hair is greying / thinning. Much better than spraying black shit in it.
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    Morrissey item in new Viz Magazine (7th August 2014)

    Crivens! Some people need to lighten up.
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    Your Arsenal

    Interesting...I don't mind Your Arsenal but I thought the glam-rock love-in went a bit too far (Gary Glitter?). Some of the tracks are a bit heavy production wise like Tomorrow and some are overly repetitive like We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful and You're The One For Me, Fatty...
  9. markem41

    “Staircase At The University” made Entertainment Weekly’s top 10 this week

    'A romp' translates as good, upbeat, an enjoyable song. It provides a lift to the album at that point. I like it. :)
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    “Staircase At The University” made Entertainment Weekly’s top 10 this week

    Why is there a whistle at the start? Why does Moz sing 'Universi-tay'? The song is a bit of a Satan Rejected My Soul - a romp.
  11. markem41

    Surreptious (possible) knob references/gags by Morrissey

    Oboe Concerto (OK, ANY song by Morrissey can be shown to contain a knob reference).
  12. markem41

    Surreptious (possible) knob references/gags by Morrissey

    Yes, OK, just listened again and your explanation seems obvious now. Can't believe I've been thinking of him jet-washing the porcelain every time I've played this song. (I bet it's not a jet these days, more a series of trickles). :lbf:
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    Surreptious (possible) knob references/gags by Morrissey

    It sounds like he's finishing having a piss at the beginning of 'A Swallow On My Neck'.
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    "The Bullfighter Dies" single (digital download) released (June 17, 2014)

    But just a little further away from the literal meaning and images of Spain and bullfighters is the age-old story of the underdog winning in the face of adversity. The bull can represent anyone in your life that is struggling or is disadvantaged unfairly by others. Just once, on a too-rare...
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    "The Bullfighter Dies" single (digital download) released (June 17, 2014)

    Re: Artwork for World Peace - was the use of the comma deliberate?
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