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I didn’t read it, I simply cannot summon the energy to read yet another Fiona article saying more or less the same thing.dont get yer drawers in a twist,if you are so offeneded by her writing then dont read it,her name appears at the top so just scroll on by,isnt that hard.
A better article might strive to explain how a Sex Pistols fan, who has spent the best part of forty years moaning about record companies and lawyers, would/could sleepwalk into a contract that doesn’t secure the release of his record.It's a good article, you should read it.
She doesn't mention us fans who thought Rebels Without Applause had shockingly poorly recorded vocals and wondered if the album was even releasable.
But we don't know anything, do we? How is that becoming clear? In a perverse way I find it very funny how Capitol didn't say a single word and everyone is jumping conclusions. Might as well Morrissey('s team) breached their contract.It's becoming clear that Moz signed a poorly worded contract with Capitol. He has signed over the masters to them and they have decided they no longer have any plans to release the album. After all the legal battles Moz has fought and lost in his time, I would have thought he would have had enough sense to have a really good lawyer thoroughly check the licensing agreement to cover this eventuality. It's appalling treatment of an artist, and Capitol clearly have form, but it's a good example of why checking the small print is so important.