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  1. Nikita

    Official Facebook Peter Katsis: Simpsons Responses (April 19, 2021)

    The real cash grab would have been accepting a Smiths reunion just like in the Simpsons episode.
  2. Nikita

    Official Facebook Peter Katsis: Simpsons Responses (April 19, 2021)

    The end is obviously outrageous and even if I disagree with most of the recent critics towards Morrissey, I am sure The Simpsons could have made a more subtle parody, it would have been much stronger.
  3. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "I'm Not a Man"

    One of his best solo songs, amazing.
  4. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look at Me"

    Erm, no, the title is ridiculous - sounds like what I wrote when I was thirteen.
  5. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "If You Don't Like Me, Don't Look at Me"

    Nice little B Side, but worked really well live in NY in 2019 with the weird green spots.
  6. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "I Wish You Lonely"

    I almost like it, but I hate the "Tombs are full of fools who gave their life upon command" line so much. Pity since it is a pretty strong song and I adore the last lines.
  7. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "I Know It's Gonna Happen Someday"

    I love it and it was a really unusual song by Morrissey standards back then.
  8. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "I Couldn't Understand Why People Laughed"

    I do understand why it remained unreleased: he can barely sing the words, they are almost spoken.
  9. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "I Can Have Both"

    A really nice song, my favorite from that era after Trouble Loves Me - these are the only two songs from that era that I really like.
  10. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "I Bury the Living"

    One of the few Morrissey songs that I really dislike. I have the feeling they tried to recreate 'I'm not a man", which is great, but without reaching even 10 % of its quality. Don't like the music, hate the words.
  11. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?"

    Musically speaking, by that time, it is his more adventurous album with Kill Uncle - but not this song.
  12. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "How Can Anybody Possibly Know How I Feel?"

    Weak and lazy song, does not fit at all on the album.
  13. Nikita

    I am Not a Dog on a Chain one year later

    I still listen to California Son more often.
  14. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "He Knows I'd Love to See Him"

    It took me some time to enjoy, but it is a nice song, a bit unusual in the Morrissey catalogue.
  15. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "Have-A-Go-Merchant"

    So more than twenty years afterwards, not really avant-garde - and even in 1971, Roxy Music would have been more avant-garde than Suede.
  16. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "Have-A-Go-Merchant"

    Don't get me wrong, I like Suede, but avant-garde? Seriously?
  17. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "Have-A-Go-Merchant"

    I remember buying the Boxers single and being surprised that Sunny, that had been previewed on French radio, was not on it. I like the song Boxers, but both B sides were astonishingly good, in Les Inrockuptibles' review, they wrote that Morrissey is definitely back and that Damon Albarn is only...
  18. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "The Harsh Truth of the Camera Eye"

    I think the main quality of Kill Uncle is that it is very coherent. The songs taken separately are not so good, but, yes I repeat myself, as an album, it really works.
  19. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "Girl from Tel-Aviv Who Wouldn't Kneel, The"

    I like the song, but the lines about oil confirm that Morrissey is not very good with politics.
  20. Nikita

    Morrissey A-Z: "Get off the Stage"

    I started to buy Morrissey singles when they were out at the time of The Last of the Famous; Picadilly Palace was the first single being a real disappointment. With time, I learned to enjoy the song, but until now, I consider both B sides among his worst.
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