"It's Over" - physical release & cover art - Morrissey Central (26 Feb, 2019)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Famous when dead, Feb 26, 2019.

By Famous when dead on Feb 26, 2019 at 6:58 PM
  1. Famous when dead

    Famous when dead Vulgarian Moderator

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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Famous when dead, Feb 26, 2019.

    1. Anonymous

      ...it's over.

    2. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun
      Oh really? :lbf:

      Well, their loss.

      But what could I do so that you will put me on ignore?

      Oh! I know ....

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    3. marred
      Did you not like the LIHS singles sleeves? I thought they were great.
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    4. Roger O
      Roger O
      I loved what the Orb's son had to say about Morrissey. The point about their hair had to be made. I think the son is behind the Roy Orbison hologram shows on tour presently making giant money. I hope he can help Morrissey to secure one for the distant future. The world will need one. Great praise from the Roy Orbison family. That's awesome!
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    5. Roger O
      Roger O
      Mozz is sure to be smitten when he sees Roy Orbison's son.
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    6. dotmatrix522
      That hologram tour is the creepiest thing. :straightface:
    7. Peppermint
      Yes, to be fair, they were good. The album was baffling, though.
    8. mcrickson
      They could even have hologram-Moz walk offstage whenever someone in the crowd shouts "We miss you in Old Trafford!"
    9. Roger O
      Roger O
      That hologram is not Royś real face. They must have filmed a look alike with prosthetics. Itś not creepy so much. Just odd. He should fly around the theater. Why not Roy Robot?
    10. dotmatrix522
      Well, I do find it creepy. And odd. I would not personally buy a ticket for such a hologram show of a deceased artist, I’d much rather stay home and watch one of their (genuine) old concerts on DVD or YouTube.
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    11. TonyMaroneythePony
    12. Simplysmiths
    13. Gejo
      Thanks a lot!!!
    14. Orson Swells
      Orson Swells
      Yes, but that's Johnny Marr's solo records for you.
    15. pandaproducts
      I'd argue both have become awful, but I wouldn't describe Johnny as the genius behind The Smiths. The main draw of The Smiths, for me, was the lyricism and quiff.
    16. Anonymous
      Is this one available as a physical release? I cannot find it.
    17. ForgivemeJESUS
      I'm afraid not, just the digital format with CALIFORNIA SON cover.... only physical so far set in stone are
      Love to be- RSD release
      Wedding bell blues may 10th....and of course lp CS may 25th

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