Morrissey Central “SAY IT LOUD, I’M ME AND I’M PROUD.” (September 29, 2021)

MORRISSEY CENTRAL

“SAY IT LOUD, I’M ME AND I’M PROUD.”


1) World Peace Is None Of Your Business.
2) Ringleader of the Tormentors.
3) You Are The Quarry.
4) Bona Drag.
5) Vauxhall and I.
6) Your Arsenal.
7) Louder than Bombs.
8) Strangeways, Here We Come.
9) Rank.
10) Swords.
11) California Son.
12) I Am Not A Dog On A Chain.
13) Years Of Refusal.
14) Low In High School.
15) Southpaw Grammar.
16) Beethoven Was Deaf.
17) Meat Is Murder.
18) The Queen Is Dead.
19) Maladjusted.
20) Viva Hate.
21) Greatest Hits.
22) Hatful of Hollow.
23) Singles.
24) Live at Earls Court.
25) The World Won't Listen.
26) Kill Uncle.
27) The Best Of.
28) Very Best Of.
29) The Smiths.
30) Rare.



Images omitted.
Zero context given around numbering.
Regards,
FWD.
 

Phranc & Open

Just another phranc!
Mentioning StDiB, Bobby and Israel in the same breath as those classics from Vauxhall is downright offensive.
It's really annoying but unfortunately Morrissey has opened the door for such "comparisons" with his own crude classification of his complete works. Sad.
 
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Anonymous

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Delusional. I stopped buying Roxy Music after "Manifesto." To me "World Peace" is Morrissey's "Manifesto." "Oh oh, you poor little fool." Enough about you, you, and only you....
 

Carlislebaz

Cock of the north
Rare Tracks - 1998 - 6 track Japan only release (Japanese rarity 🤣). B-Sides from the Maladjusted singles

Singles - 1995 - All the Smiths singles
And no doubt you’ll have the entire box set collection all tied up with a pretty pink bow on top ....
well you are a top collector Janice
After all 👊
 

ACTON

Don't Leave Us In The Dark
it is an excellent quality live album, both content and general quality of production, and live albums used to be more of a thing back in the day, more so than now can you think of a live album by any present-day star worth having? I always thought a live album an art form in itself, maybe he does, and remembers putting it together and being proud of the result and that's stayed with him.
Good point. Although.....the John Grant album 'live with the BBC Philharmonic' is excellent (from 2015). I also love the Peter Hook And The Light live albums (Joy Div and New Order). Bless my rancid little socks but yesterday I ordered the New Order Alexandra Palace 3LP even though Bernard's vocal that night wasn't the best. More importantly than all that, the THE THE live 3LP (Royal Albert Hall 2018) is out in October. Can't wait. BUT I take your point that Rank is an excellent concert and is hard to beat.

Incidentally, one of my very favourite concerts ever is The Cure Pornography tour from The Olympia Paris (June 7th 1982). Fantastic. God I wish this was my hand (now does that sound strange?).

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skull

Active Member
Herr hysterically harsh. I must object. Witnesses for the defence: Israel, Home Is A Question Mark, Spent The Day In Bed, Once I Saw The River Clean, Darling I Hug A Pillow, My Hurling Days Are Done, Bobby Don't You Think They Know, Oboe Concerto, Istanbul. Great songs. Why do you want another Vauxhall, when he already did that.
I wish you lonely: one of his best songs ever!
 

Surface

Vegan Cro’s parents regret the condom splitting
Good point. Although.....the John Grant album 'live with the BBC Philharmonic' is excellent (from 2015). I also love the Peter Hook And The Light live albums (Joy Div and New Order). Bless my rancid little socks but yesterday I ordered the New Order Alexandra Palace 3LP even though Bernard's vocal that night wasn't the best. More importantly than all that, the THE THE live 3LP (Royal Albert Hall 2018) is out in October. Can't wait. BUT I take your point that Rank is an excellent concert and is hard to beat.

Incidentally, one of my very favourite concerts ever is The Cure Pornography tour from The Olympia Paris (June 7th 1982). Fantastic. God I wish this was my hand (now does that sound strange?).

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This part of the review of New Order at Heston Park made me lol and I’m glad he’s never changed as he never wanted to be the singer in the first place.

Sumner’s fragile vocal has always provided the humanity in New Order’s slick machine; tonight, sometimes his singing is barely in the same postcode as the melody, but the audience drown him out anyway by bellowing every word.
 
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Anonymous

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Delusional. I stopped buying Roxy Music after "Manifesto." To me "World Peace" is Morrissey's "Manifesto." "Oh oh, you poor little fool." Enough about you, you, and only you....
38 egotistical years.
All about morrissey.
There you succinctly have the truth.
The reason for the break up and alienation of anything decent to remain.
End of.
 

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