Johnny Marr at The Brits with Billie Eilish & Hans Zimmer

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The Smiths Myth

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Johnny "Can I play my jangle guitar for this Hans?"
Hans "Enough with the fucking jangle guitar. Just play what I tell you Johnny."
 
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Anonymous

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Yep all good stuff. Like Surface said earlier Johnny is in for some great exposure with the viewing figures for this.
:clap: Well done Johnny, Manchester is so proud.
Down to earth, honest, hardworking, very approachable, and a great inspiration to many many musicians for a shitload of years to come.
Also best wishes to Nile, enjoyed his set at The Albert Hall, obviously inherited his Dads talent and now making a name for himself instead of dicking about photoshitting montages on his I-phone like Gary Barlow :lbf:

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
 
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Yep all good stuff. Like Surface said earlier Johnny is in for some great exposure with the viewing figures for this.
:clap: Well done Johnny, Manchester is so proud.
Down to earth, honest, hardworking, very approachable, and a great inspiration to many many musicians for a shitload of years to come.
Also best wishes to Nile, enjoyed his set at The Albert Hall, obviously inherited his Dads talent and now making a name for himself instead of dicking about photoshitting montages on his I-phone like Gary Barlow :lbf:

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
It's really too bad that Morrissey squandered all that love and good will people had for him. He really could've been the respected elder statesmen of indie rock like Johnny Marr is now. Instead, Morrissey will be the parenthetical pariah forever more.
 

Nerak

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Who wants to be some boring elder statesman when you can be a troubled legend instead?

I wish Morrissey would give himself a break, but he'll be remembered long after the 'nice blokes you could have a pint with' are forgotten.
 
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Anonymous

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Who wants to be some boring elder statesman when you can be a troubled legend instead?

I wish Morrissey would give himself a break, but he'll be remembered long after the 'nice blokes you could have a pint with' are forgotten.
He's not merely a troubled legend, people viscerally HATE him. If you look on this forum and beyond to Twitter, Facebook and the press, it's undeniably true. It didn't have to be like that, not at all.
 

BrokenFrame

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It's really too bad that Morrissey squandered all that love and good will people had for him. He really could've been the respected elder statesmen of indie rock like Johnny Marr is now. Instead, Morrissey will be the parenthetical pariah forever more.
Your description of Morrissey is more poetic and interesting though.
 
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Reelfountain's Ghost

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Who wants to be some boring elder statesman when you can be a troubled legend instead? I wish Morrissey would give himself a break, but he'll be remembered long after the 'nice blokes you could have a pint with' are forgotten.
Why is it that those who give their hero such a thorough public rimming repeatedly always the ones who chat the most shit in his defence, virtually all of the time as a result? @Uncleskinny's a paragon of restraint compared to them....don't you find?
 

Nerak

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He's not merely a troubled legend, people viscerally HATE him. If you look on this forum and beyond to Twitter, Facebook and the press, it's undeniably true. It didn't have to be like that, not at all.
Being hated isn't a long-term bad thing esp. when it's over opinions & you're an outsider. It adds to the legend.

Morrissey's ambiguous sexuality & gender identity, his immigrant parents, his Irish Catholic working-class background & his mental health issues are going to make the demonization he's currently getting look really nasty & extreme esp in light of the mess that UK politics has been for the past few years.

I'd rather he behaved enough not to get a kicking as he reaches his twilight years, but it's not going to bring him down now or last forever.
 
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Yep all good stuff. Like Surface said earlier Johnny is in for some great exposure with the viewing figures for this.
:clap: Well done Johnny, Manchester is so proud.
Down to earth, honest, hardworking, very approachable, and a great inspiration to many many musicians for a shitload of years to come.
Also best wishes to Nile, enjoyed his set at The Albert Hall, obviously inherited his Dads talent and now making a name for himself instead of dicking about photoshitting montages on his I-phone like Gary Barlow :lbf:

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
Simple FUCK JOHNNY BAG SOLD HIS RIGHTEOUS BELIEF AND GOT NOWHERE LOL , FUNNY HOW OUR WORLD GOES ON WITHOUT OUR JOHNNY HAHA
 
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Anonymous

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Yep all good stuff. Like Surface said earlier Johnny is in for some great exposure with the viewing figures for this.
:clap: Well done Johnny, Manchester is so proud.
Down to earth, honest, hardworking, very approachable, and a great inspiration to many many musicians for a shitload of years to come.
Also best wishes to Nile, enjoyed his set at The Albert Hall, obviously inherited his Dads talent and now making a name for himself instead of dicking about photoshitting montages on his I-phone like Gary Barlow :lbf:

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
Slightly confused as smiths and moz lover, however lyrics and the melodic voice of the master Moz made the smiths and morrissey.
 
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Anonymous

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Yep all good stuff. Like Surface said earlier Johnny is in for some great exposure with the viewing figures for this.
:clap: Well done Johnny, Manchester is so proud.
Down to earth, honest, hardworking, very approachable, and a great inspiration to many many musicians for a shitload of years to come.
Also best wishes to Nile, enjoyed his set at The Albert Hall, obviously inherited his Dads talent and now making a name for himself instead of dicking about photoshitting montages on his I-phone like Gary Barlow :lbf:

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
Fuck Manchester , looked upto Madchester in the 80s but SAD Wankers who now are destroying the most iconic lad they could have looked as a messiah
 
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Anonymous

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Yep all good stuff. Like Surface said earlier Johnny is in for some great exposure with the viewing figures for this.
:clap: Well done Johnny, Manchester is so proud.
Down to earth, honest, hardworking, very approachable, and a great inspiration to many many musicians for a shitload of years to come.
Also best wishes to Nile, enjoyed his set at The Albert Hall, obviously inherited his Dads talent and now making a name for himself instead of dicking about photoshitting montages on his I-phone like Gary Barlow :lbf:

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
Sadly johnny needs it tbf what has he done and tbh the quids have not flowed, please provided his large income from the Smiths. This site always says Moz cant sell out gigs show me the Johnny Marr gigs totals.
 
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Anonymous

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No.

You wouldn't be here if Morrissey wasn't going to outlast any flack thrown at him.
Correct nobody would be here unless for the great Moz, however it is a site of alot of plonkers who have no clue.
So you as a sane person can only conclude that trolling is acceptable. Trouble loves Moz walks beside him, never guides him, we could always hold him and balance to him.Trouble loves us we seek and find others who LOVE. Trouble loves us
 

Mayfly

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It's really too bad that Morrissey squandered all that love and good will people had for him. He really could've been the respected elder statesmen of indie rock like Johnny Marr is now. Instead, Morrissey will be the parenthetical pariah forever more.
Even without the troubles Morrissey got himself in, there would be no chance on earth of Morrissey ever performing at such ceremonies. Has he ever been invited to perform at the Brits? I doubt it. But even if he has been, he probably would turn down such an invitation because he hates the record industry so much.
 
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Anonymous

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Apologies to all the above but being involved in a Bond theme is a huge thing back here in the little UK.
I have no doubt Steve could have achieved it as well BUT ! !
He’s nothing but a drama Queen, special needs, Out of control on the spectrum bell end.
It’s over.

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
 
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Anonymous

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Fuck Manchester , looked upto Madchester in the 80s but SAD Wankers who now are destroying the most iconic lad they could have looked as a messiah
Sadly he means 4ck all round here now :tiphat: (all down to his own making)

Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
 
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Anonymous

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Morrissey's ambiguous sexuality & gender identity, his immigrant parents, his Irish Catholic working-class background & his mental health issues are going to make the demonization he's currently getting look really nasty & extreme esp in light of the mess that UK politics has been for the past few years.
It's self-demonization. Who's actually been nasty to him? Morrissey's place in history is: Was good once, then was a twat. Late 20th century rock music is going to be a pretty specialised historical topic sooner than you probably think, anyways.
 
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Anonymous

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It's really too bad that Morrissey squandered all that love and good will people had for him. He really could've been the respected elder statesmen of indie rock like Johnny Marr is now. Instead, Morrissey will be the parenthetical pariah forever more.
It’s sad.
It’s unbelievable.
But it’s true.
So 4ck him.
Let’s just be thankful that we found him out big time.

Benny-the-British-Butcher
 
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