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    "And Goodbye To 2018" - Morrissey Central (December 27th)

    You can discuss the whys and wherefores of previous omissions, but I can’t see what’s not to like in this tribute to the year passed. GG Moz.
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    Leeds - First Direct Arena (Mar. 20, 2015) post-show

    Wish we'd have got Crashing Bores in Cardiff - great song and one my favourites from that period. But it was a great night anyway so I can't complain and glad that folk in Leeds had as much fun too.
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    Cardiff - Motorpoint Arena (Mar. 18, 2015) post-show

    Very much the case - I bumped into a few people at the gig I knew who only have a passing interest in Morrissey. They all enjoyed it though. I thoroughly enjoyed it too - thought he was on great form. He did play the St David's on the Ringleader tour so it was probably a little ambitious to...
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    Article: "It’s not just that you’re wrong, Morrissey, you’re boring" - article by Rob

    I don't much care for Moz's obviously attention-seeking actions, but this pathetic attempt at journalism and the embarrassingly trite comments from the readers in response to this article put me right back on his side. It fair got my heckles up.
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    Morrissey's autobiography discussed in The Independent 22/4/11

    Got to love the quotes there: When he's on the ball, Moz is the master of self-deprecation.
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    Morrissey's autobiography discussed in The Independent 22/4/11

    Moz's bio has been long-anticipated, but that's the first Ive heard of Johnny planning one too. I'm quite thrilled at the chance to hear both sides of the story. It goes without saying that they're likely to have very different perspectives on things. Fun times ahead....
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    Bernard Butler reckons Morrissey would re-form The Smiths "at a drop of a hat"

    Re: Bernard Butler reckons Morrissey would re-form The Smiths "at the drop of a hat" I didn't know JM and Bernard had been close, so that's interesting. It's no surprise though, as both held a similar role in their respective bands and Bernard's comment does seem sympathetic from the point of...
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    Bernard Butler reckons Morrissey would re-form The Smiths "at the drop of a hat"

    Interesting comment from Bernard Butler, ex-Suede, in this month's Mojo. Referring to his dis-interest in re-unions he says: I've no idea how well Bernard knows Moz or Johnny, but it's interesting that he reckons Moz could be so easily persuaded to get up on stage with Andy and Mike again.
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    Bernard Butler reckons Morrissey would re-form The Smiths "at a drop of a hat"

    Bernard Butler reckons Morrissey would re-form The Smiths "at the drop of a hat" Interesting comment from Bernard Butler, ex-Suede, in this month's Mojo. Referring to his dis-interest in re-unions he says: I've no idea how well Bernard knows Moz or Johnny, but it's interesting that he...
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    I got tickets to the Royal Albert Hall concert!!!!!

    I've just checked my order tracking for two standing tickets with See, as I still haven't received them, and it now says to collect from venue. Phoned them up to check and they confirmed that standing tickets haven't been received in stock so they will need to be collected on the night.
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    Albert Hall Sold out in 10 minutes???!!!

    The RAH often release more tickets closer to the date of the event. I tried to get tickets for REM there earlier this year without luck initially, but a few days before the event the RAH released tickets on their site for the choir seating section. That was behind the stage but very, very...
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    Tickets on sale tomorrow on See

    Got 2 standing tickets for RAH, ordered at 09.59 according to my tracking info from See :). I didn't manage to get standing the last time Moz played the RAH, just seats, so am particularly pleased this time!
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    Sparks - Exotic Creatures of the Deep

    Can't help with a download, but I received my copy yesterday and have been listening to it since. I love it so far and it stands up just great alongside Lil' Beethoven and Hello Young Lovers. It's got a similar overall vibe to those two albums, but there's a bit more of a blast back to the old...
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    Best Bowie Album?

    Station To Station's his best IMHO, closely followed by Hunky Dory.
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