David Wild from Rolling Stone mag calls Morrissey "a pain in the ass" on the Adam Carolla Podcast

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Anonymous

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What does he say, exactly? Can't skip the audio on my phone.
 
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Anonymouswithapologies

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unlistenable.

ugly voice.
 

docinwestchester

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Listen here:

 
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marred

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Carolla is a fucking tool of the highest order.
 
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Carolla is a fucking tool of the highest order.
Yep. Leave the guy alone. What's the other guy's reasoning for Moz being a pain? He mentioned a singer he likes? He's a fanboy, get over it.
 

ACTON

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Yep. Leave the guy alone. What's the other guy's reasoning for Moz being a pain? He mentioned a singer he likes? He's a fanboy, get over it.
What a pack of laughing hyaena fools (or as they say 'hyena' in the US). So he asked the tour manager and the tour manager said Moz is ok to work with, but that wasn't good enough so he kept at it until he got some gossip about Moz cancelling a concert cos his name was spelled wrong on the marquee. I wonder if that really occurred or if it did then did they eventually turn around after the joke wore off? I wouldn't bee too worried about failing David Wild's personality test.
 
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Anonymous

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yeah and the other guys complaint seems to be that he didnt appreciate joni mitchelle enough when he was interviewing her. if a celebrity interviews another celebrity then the interviewer and his opinions are just as important to the piece. seems like he was mad that he made it somewhat about his views as well which is supposed to be the point. this just seems like making something out of nothing for theyre own attention
 

AztecCamera

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I hate it when people pronounce his name as Marrissey.

Adam Carrola is a pot head from the valley and if he didn't get these obscure SIRIS radio gigs, he would be leaving with his parents.
 
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Anonymous

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I don't know, but I did hear the guy say 'kept bringing up Buffy Saint Marie', I.E plural, multiple times. Could seem pretty awkward particularly if Joan was thrown off by it the first few times. Steve doesn't strike me as the kind of guy who picks up on social cues very well. He spent most of his formative years locked alone in his bedroom after all :p
That's the only real complaint. His tour manager said he's a cool guy and I believe it.

Look at his tour rider vs someone like J Lo. He's not as big of an asshole as people think.
 

Eurydice

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That's the only real complaint. His tour manager said he's a cool guy and I believe it.

Look at his tour rider vs someone like J Lo. He's not as big of an asshole as people think.
Agreed. I found myself very angry after I listened to the clip. It looked, to me, as if they were reaching. As for the mention that Morrissey "punched" a bar manager...highly doubtful. Stupid.
 
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CrystalGeezer

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I hate it when people pronounce his name as Marrissey.

Adam Carrola is a pot head from the valley and if he didn't get these obscure SIRIS radio gigs, he would be leaving with his parents.
This. He's bitter Jimmy got the million dollar gig because he played better politics. Ask Tammy Heidi, I bet she could dish some shit.
 

fredkocherpepsi

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Never thought Adam Corolla was funny.
 

SuedeMoz

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Agreed that it sounded pretty flimsy. We already know Morrissey has a reputation for being difficult - so whatever.
 
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Filip and Fredrik are two very annoying people who managed to have various types of shows on Swedens worst channel which is Channel 5 and considered as somewhat of a joke of a tv station. They are popular among the generations born in the 70's and 80's who are into geeky things and probably watch Glee regularly. They tend to mix up all their interests in life and turn it into a very crazy mix of everything and nothing that has to do with popular culture. It is very quasi what they do and they are absolutely obsessed with famous people. Imagine two men that never left the student life behind them and then you get those two men. Most people in Sweden still wonder how the hell they got to make so many tv shows over the years.
 
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I hate it when people pronounce his name as Marrissey.

Adam Carrola is a pot head from the valley and if he didn't get these obscure SIRIS radio gigs, he would be leaving with his parents.
That has got to be the most D bag comment I have ever heard. Where do I begin. 3 NY times best sellers, sold out theater tours all over the country, his own line of sangria, hour show on spike, 1# podcast on ITunes, 5 podcasts in all. OK my fingers are getting tired. Get your head out of your ass and get your facts straight. Bow being a blog troll doesn't pay enough to get out of your mothers basement. I guess it's true with you We hate it when our friends become successful!
 

marred

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I hate it when people pronounce his name as Marrissey.

Adam Carrola is a pot head from the valley and if he didn't get these obscure SIRIS radio gigs, he would be leaving with his parents.
Leaving with his parents?

How's that work?
 

docinwestchester

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Morrissey "a pain in the ass" on the Adam Carolla Podcas

Here's the Joni Mitchell interview. Really interesting! The Buffy Sainte-Marie stuff mentioned above is untrue (quelle surprise):


Here's the transcript:

http://jonimitchell.com/library/view.cfm?id=678

I love this part of the conversation:

Morrissey: If you sing sad songs and very strong songs and very powerful, meaningful songs, do you think your audience feel -- feel all the better if you -- if they get the sense that you walk off the stage and you take the sadness with you, rather than perhaps you walk off the stage, jump on a Harley, and fly down the highway -- the freeway? Sorry.

JM: Well, it depends on the individual. Like a case in point, this girl came up to me and said, "Hi, Joni" -- I was sitting in a sidewalk cafe smoking somewhere, and I'm kind of open to public encounter when I do that, especially alone, you know, -- "I'm a fan of your music, I love your music. I'm a manic depressive. I like your music but I hate pictures of you. Everytime I see you, you're smiling and it makes me so mad."

So there's a person who thinks, you know, like I'm suffering, she's suffering. If they see evidence otherwise, you know, then they feel that I'm unauthentic. Whereas I feel more ambidextrous, you know. I do -- I suffer, I enjoy; I suffer, I enjoy.

Morrissey: So you think there's a certain section of your audience who might feel cheated if they see you happy?

JM: I think there is that possibility. That's a shame but I think there are those out there, yeah.

Morrissey: Although your songs have never, to me, been depressing --

JM: No, I hope not.

Morrissey: -- because songs can't really be depressing because the actual act of writing a song is so positive, so how could it ever really be depressing -- but you have such an openness of heart that it can be construed as being sad --

JM: And what's wrong with being sad?

Morrissey: Nothing at all.


JM: That's what's wrong, I think, that's what we have to learn like that the Hungarians know and the Czechoslovakians know, people who live long under siege. The Irish, I suspect, know. They should know if they don't that the world is not a smile button and great art and literature has to embrace all kinds of things.
 
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Eurydice

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Re: Morrissey "a pain in the ass" on the Adam Carolla Podcas

Here's the Joni Mitchell interview. Really interesting! The Buffy Sainte-Marie stuff mentioned above is untrue (quelle surprise):


Here's the transcript:

http://jonimitchell.com/library/view.cfm?id=678

I love this part of the conversation:

Morrissey: If you sing sad songs and very strong songs and very powerful, meaningful songs, do you think your audience feel -- feel all the better if you -- if they get the sense that you walk off the stage and you take the sadness with you, rather than perhaps you walk off the stage, jump on a Harley, and fly down the highway -- the freeway? Sorry.

JM: Well, it depends on the individual. Like a case in point, this girl came up to me and said, "Hi, Joni" -- I was sitting in a sidewalk cafe smoking somewhere, and I'm kind of open to public encounter when I do that, especially alone, you know, -- "I'm a fan of your music, I love your music. I'm a manic depressive. I like your music but I hate pictures of you. Everytime I see you, you're smiling and it makes me so mad."

So there's a person who thinks, you know, like I'm suffering, she's suffering. If they see evidence otherwise, you know, then they feel that I'm unauthentic. Whereas I feel more ambidextrous, you know. I do -- I suffer, I enjoy; I suffer, I enjoy.

Morrissey: So you think there's a certain section of your audience who might feel cheated if they see you happy?

JM: I think there is that possibility. That's a shame but I think there are those out there, yeah.

Morrissey: Although your songs have never, to me, been depressing --

JM: No, I hope not.

Morrissey: -- because songs can't really be depressing because the actual act of writing a song is so positive, so how could it ever really be depressing -- but you have such an openness of heart that it can be construed as being sad --

JM: And what's wrong with being sad?

Morrissey: Nothing at all.


JM: That's what's wrong, I think, that's what we have to learn like that the Hungarians know and the Czechoslovakians know, people who live long under siege. The Irish, I suspect, know. They should know if they don't that the world is not a smile button and great art and literature has to embrace all kinds of things.

Thanks, Doc!
 
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