C'mon, somebody please answer my Morrissey/Violent Femmes question! Pretty please.

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Morrissey_the_23rd

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Do you like American music?

> I know it's sort of low-rent to re-post my message at the top here, but if
> someone has any insight into this subject I'd be delighted!

I'm glad you did repost this as I missed it the first time around.

Since when I was a Smiths apostle, I was a fan of The violent femmes. Like The Smiths, for one reason or another, I always missed them live. A couple of years ago, I finally got my chance and I can fully relate to your experience and would highly recomend them to everyone.

You are right about them having many similarities to The Smiths but I don't remember ever reading anything about that. You're really onto something there.

Your post deserves more response.

I can tell you when Morrissey saw them in London, they came on for their encore and sang 'What difference...' in just their undies.




Cult from Milwaukee to West Lothian
 
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Morrissey_the_23rd

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Major correction - Does it make more sense now?

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I can tell you when Morrissey saw them in London, they came on for their encore and sang 'This charming man' in just their undies.

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Giggling away to myself here. What made me post 'What difference..' originally and what made me look back at this post I will never know. Glad I did.




Anybody got a copy for me?
 
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Betty Boo

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Did they? How lovelyyyyyy....

I bet that was a sight for sore eyeS!

I take one one one cauSe you left me anD
Two two two for my familY and
3 3 3 for my hearTache and
4 4 4 for my headacHes and
5 5 5 for my lonelyyyy and
6 6 6 for my sorrowwww and
7 7 for no tomorrowwww and
8 8 I forget what 8 was foR and
9 9 9 for a lost GoD and
10 10 10 10 for everythinG
EverythinG everythinG everythinG...
 
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