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    Morrissey Central "ELVIS RICHARDSON MEETS CHARLIE PRESLEY" (January 13, 2021)

    Morrissey is impressed with basic Photoshops in the same way homeless people are impressed with street magic. It's embarrassing.
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    The Telegraph: "Stephen Street on falling out with Morrissey, the Britpop wars and getting Pete Doherty to behave" (December 15, 2020)

    Stephen Street producing Morrissey one last time, while contributing a few songs is the bookend we all need.
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    Stephen Street on Morrissey (Mojo 327, February 2021)

    Alain contributed to both Ringleader and YOR while Jesse was in the band. It's not impossible.
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    Stephen Street on Morrissey (Mojo 327, February 2021)

    Stephen Street was the perfect pairing for Morrissey post Smiths. Street was being more than fair in what he was asking for back in 1989, but Morrissey was being a stubborn, difficult child and wouldn't hear of it. His loss, and his immediate output suffered greatly. While I feel the...
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    Official Facebook Las Vegas 2021 dates announced on Morrissey Official FB (5 dates, Aug. 28 - Sep. 5, 2021)

    Forget the ticket prices, you already know the set lists are going to suck, so why bother?
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    Morrissey Central "SOON / 2020 new releases" (September 6, 2020)

    How does BMG allow this??? How does a major record label allow cover art submissions from Morrissey's no talent nephew? Good lord, this is a new low!
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    RSD UK 2020: "Honey, You Know Where To Find Me" 10" vinyl released today (August 29, 2020)

    Another atrocious cover. Some give Sam a lesson in typography, quick.
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    Michael Imperioli (Christopher from The Sopranos) waxes lyrical about The Smiths Rubber Ring and Morrissey

    There's a lot of crap on this site and in the world of Morrissey in general, but this was a great read.
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    Morrissey Central TONIGHT, AT 8.PM (April 27, 2020)

    As tone deaf as ever. His lack of self awareness is staggering sometimes... I'm off to have a burger in his honor.
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    Mporium (UK): 2020 tour shirt selection now available (March 11, 2020)

    Yes, exactly. There was a high degree of quality control with the merch, up until around the 1999 tour I think. Things started to dip significantly after that, but the past decade and change has just been embarrassing. Where is that level of quality control gone? Same goes for his sleeves, which...
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    Mporium (UK): 2020 tour shirt selection now available (March 11, 2020)

    Remember the last time Morrissey offered decent merch? Neither do I.
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    Morrissey Central "BANKSY STRIKES AGAIN ??" (March 10, 2020)

    Sam is Morrissey cancer, and this is yet another eye-rolling embarrassment. Morrissey, being the oblivious Boomer that he is, of course thinks this stuff is great. Morrissey's reaction to Sam's digital garbage is like a group of dopes being blown away by simple street magic.
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    Cologne - Palladium (Mar. 9, 2020) post-show

    Another abomination of a setlist. I've never seen a more selfish performer who is so vastly out of touch with the needs and wants of his audience.
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    The dreadful state of UK ticket sales

    I could not agree with you more. 2004 was a pleasure, I saw many gigs on that tour, all of them were full of energy and fun. Even the new material (at the time) was exciting to hear live. When's the last time you can say that for Morrissey? But you're right. the last truly great shows were in...
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    The dreadful state of UK ticket sales

    The scattered month and a half tour of the UK in 2018 was his most successful ever? Ha! Where did you get that stat? Morrissey Central?? What a joke to base your argument on! The far-left loons of the UK had already left Morrissey by then anyway, so your argument is severely flawed.
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    The dreadful state of UK ticket sales

    Nonsense. As someone else said, this is more an example of burning bridges than Morrissey "progressing." He wasn't pushing for a different sound when he walked away from Street, who made the criminal mistake of asking to be paid fairly as a producer and songwriter. Morrissey then languished with...
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    The dreadful state of UK ticket sales

    For a troll comment, this is kind of spot on. I don't think the low ticket sales have anything to do with his weird comments on sexual predators, or his politic beliefs. It's the simple fact that he tours constantly and seeing Morrissey live is about as common as going to the cinema. Added to...
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    Morrissey Central "45 Single Number Two!" (February 1, 2020)

    Even by Sam's low standards, this is shit. I give up.
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    "Bobby, Don't You Think They Know?" release (Jan. 10, 2020); album sleeve revealed?

    My God, that is awful. Just bad all around. I have no hopes for this album.
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