"All The Young People Must Fall In Love" (Bob Clearmountain Mix) released (EU Apr 20, UK Jul 6 2018)

Released in the UK on July 6, 2018.


"All The Young People Must Fall In Love" (Bob Clearmountain Mix) - 7" clear vinyl was listed for sale at some European sites (post by Famous when dead) and it has been reported people are receiving orders now.

The reported release date on the Fnac site is Apr. 20, 2018, however there have not been any official announcements or mention of UK release.

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team baklava
Interesting. By which you mean people like Morrissey?

Yes, people like Morrissey. I do realise that he is trying to create/maintain this mysterious persona, but why not make it at least interesting and intelligent instead of, you know, causing derision? Humasexual? Really? So he likes to sleep with humans. But not many. How edgy.
 

Peppermint

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Yes, people like Morrissey. I do realise that he is trying to create/maintain this mysterious persona, but why not make it at least interesting and intelligent instead of, you know, causing derision? Humasexual? Really? So he likes to sleep with humans. But not many. How edgy.
I agree, the Huma nonsense was a bit tragic. Maybe he was trolling us (yet again). But if he was serious, and seriously expecting us to swallow it (oops), then it probably marks the point where he started to properly diverge from reality.
 

g23

Always crashing in the same car
Oh, mine too. I just thought I remembered it from messages posted here (probably). And yes, Smiler is pretty inconsequential but I have a memory for a tune :)
Funny, I don't remember a tune on that one!
 

Amy

from the Ice Age to the dole age
I always detect a whiff of self-loathing with these "I reject labels" types, mixed with (affected) superiority.

Self-loathing, confusion, not wanting to be "definite" in case things change... yeah
 

Amy

from the Ice Age to the dole age
Well, call me the devil's advocate, but I'm going for the second option :D I was actually thinking about this the other day. I think Morrissey would not have had the career he's had if he hadn't been such an arse: by which I mean, bitching, ranting, falling out with people, refusing to pay people, lying and obfuscating. It's made him unpredictable and inscrutable and it's that narrative which has helped to hold people's attention all these years. If he'd been a nice guy who made the music he did, I somehow doubt he would have achieved his cult status. I think he understood that from the very beginning - Tony Wilson referred to this in an interview, about how he acted like a big star from the start - and it's one of the main reasons why he didn't want the gay label: because he knew once people had a definitive answer it made him less interesting. That, and his mum, of course. Ah, Catholicism, so much to answer for.

Ah, but Mums always know... she's probably known since he was about 5. His father is a different story (and somewhat of a taboo subject in interviews). I often wonder about their relationship and the 'gulf' between them that Morrissey once spoke of. His father was a very typical "man's man" of his generation.
 

Peppermint

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Ah, but Mums always know... she's probably known since he was about 5. His father is a different story (and somewhat of a taboo subject in interviews). I often wonder about their relationship and the 'gulf' between them that Morrissey once spoke of. His father was a very typical "man's man" of his generation.
Yes, I'm fascinated by that relationship as well. The quotes from him in Rogan's book suggest someone who is very affable but baffled by his sensitive son, and not emotionally equipped to deal with him. A man's man, indeed. I find it curious that Morrissey's peer group spoke about his father in glowing terms, about how friendly and sociable and easy-going he was; which is in direct opposition to Morrissey's own sketchy profile in Autobio, where all he seems to do it put him down. I suppose the trouble is the parent you get is not necessarily the parent you need, no matter how nice they appear.
 

g23

Always crashing in the same car
Yes, I'm fascinated by that relationship as well. The quotes from him in Rogan's book suggest someone who is very affable but baffled by his sensitive son, and not emotionally equipped to deal with him. A man's man, indeed. I find it curious that Morrissey's peer group spoke about his father in glowing terms, about how friendly and sociable and easy-going he was; which is in direct opposition to Morrissey's own sketchy profile in Autobio, where all he seems to do it put him down. I suppose the trouble is the parent you get is not necessarily the parent you need, no matter how nice they appear.
My mother was able to go from Linda Blair in the Exorcist to Glenda the Good Witch in the span of a single door knock or phone ring. Maybe he just put on that good public face in front of others.
 

Peppermint

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My mother was able to go from Linda Blair in the Exorcist to Glenda the Good Witch in the span of a single door knock or phone ring. Maybe he just put on that good public face in front of others.
That is true. I suppose we're all hostages to our parents in our early lives - some more than others. My middle son had a 'hilarious' trick he used to play if we'd been out somewhere - coming out of the pub to the car park, he was fond of shouting, 'Help! Help! These people are NOT my parents! Call the police!' I guess you get your revenge any way you can at that age.
 

g23

Always crashing in the same car
That is true. I suppose we're all hostages to our parents in our early lives - some more than others. My middle son had a 'hilarious' trick he used to play if we'd been out somewhere - coming out of the pub to the car park, he was fond of shouting, 'Help! Help! These people are NOT my parents! Call the police!' I guess you get your revenge any way you can at that age.
Kids are such assholes sometimes! :lbf: But you have to love it. You only get to be young and invincible once.
 

Charlie Cheswick

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My boss is from Ukraine and her husband from Northern Ireland and their kid has an English accent. They were going through customs when he was five to go to Ukraine and their boy said to the customs officer, "he's not my daddy" and pointed at his dad.

My autistic lad was worse when he was younger, he kept calling us peadophiles. Really loudly. I don't know if that was funnier or watching my mrs explaining to people our boy just had the word stuck in his head. If you hug him now he shouts 'stop molesting me!' haha.
 

g23

Always crashing in the same car
My boss is from Ukraine and her husband from Northern Ireland and their kid has an English accent. They were going through customs when he was five to go to Ukraine and their boy said to the customs officer, "he's not my daddy" and pointed at his dad.

My autistic lad was worse when he was younger, he kept calling us peadophiles. Really loudly. I don't know if that was funnier or watching my mrs explaining to people our boy just had the word stuck in his head. If you hug him now he shouts 'stop molesting me!' haha.
It funny how quickly having an autistic relative will make you not care in the slightest what other people think after a while. I have never laughed, cried, or hoped for good things for a person so hard in my life, but I remember that every family's normal is abnormal to the next one and so on.
 

general disarray

Active Member
Morrissey releasing a single, check, lots of posts about anything but the music,check What an effing site, the fans do more harm to The Smiths and Morrissey than anyone grow up ffs
 

g23

Always crashing in the same car
Morrissey releasing a single, check, lots of posts about anything but the music,check What an effing site, the fans do more harm to The Smiths and Morrissey than anyone grow up ffs
It's not any of our fault the single is shit. Go ahead and stick it up ya butt.
 

general disarray

Active Member
It funny how quickly having an autistic relative will make you not care in the slightest what other people think after a while. I have never laughed, cried, or hoped for good things for a person so hard in my life, but I remember that every family's normal is abnormal to the next one and so on.
Is that what your mother told you?
 

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