Guys, stop. Really, stop doing this.
What's next, Morrissey's number one with those under 5'8?
Morrissey doesn't sell, and he hasn't sold since Quarry. Before that, he hadn't sold since Your Arsenal. It's not the end of the world, and it's not a surprise. Even live, he's just a small venue artist. I doubt he even makes much money from touring.
He's not popular, and was only ever popular for a brief moment in the so called "alternative" era. There's no such thing as that now.
Stop trying to magnify his success in niche markets. More importantly, you shouldn't expect him to sell well with his sub-par, mailing-it-in material, and the fact that he's pretty much considered dad rock now. This is how time flies. What was once considered edgy, is now considered silly. There's no escaping it, or marketing your way out of it.
Finally, vinyl markets don't mean anything. You're talking about mostly nostalgia collectors who buy vinyl.
"Yacht Rock" is now more popular with the youth than Morrissey.
Let that sink in.