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World events as a whole - and Isreal in particular. It comments: Steven Patrick Morrissey. Who is the man we thought we knew?


That one may still experience this: a kind of practical life advice from the Mozzer. He urgently recommends not watching news, Morrissey sing in the single release with the misleading harmless title "Spent The Day In Bed" from the new album "Low In High School". Why? "Because the news contrives to frighten you / To make you feel small and alone". So all fake news, made up to make you feel small and lost? If you had known that earlier! You would have been spared a lot. For example, Morrissey's sympathy for the Brexit father Nigel Farage. Or French populist Marine Le Pen. Or his British immigration policy after the attack in his hometown of Manchester. These are confusing times for those

So who is Steven Patrick Morrissey? Still the patron saint of cultured outsiders? Or just a xenophobic old Griesgram with a penchant for conspiracy theory? Anyone who hears "Low In High School", the singer's first new album in three years, has a lot of text work to work on to clarify these questions. With vague chances of success.

Everywhere you meet a political world stage: Arab Spring, protests in Venezuela, nuclear armament, the funny cipher Brexit ("Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up On The Stage"). And only one brain twist: erotic desire as a flight from the world as well as the usual lament of homelessness and loneliness. It's a game of hints and provocation. Maybe he fools us all.

Maybe you would buy it all more readily, the musical packaging would be more appealing. But the poet's songwriting partner, above all the faithful Boz Boorer and US keyboardist Gustavo Mansur, only let the old Morrissey magic flare up in fragments. Part of it is terribly muscular broadband rock (production: Joe Chiccarelli), partly a kind of political coffee house music with Keybordgeklimper and oriental ornament. In addition, the world-afflicted thought fit into the Middle East.

At the bottom is "Low In High School" - may it be said that? - to Morrissey's Israel plate. He devotes no less than three plays to his new land of longing, including the almost six-minute "Isreal" at the very end. To drumsy drumbeat, the voice rolls over: "And they who are raining upon you / They are jealous of you as well / Love yourself as you should, Israel."

How this forbidden love is received in the public discourse? This can then be found in the system press of your choice. Or you do as you say and actually just stay in bed for a while. The longer you think about it ... maybe it really is not bad advice.
 

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World events as a whole - and Isreal in particular. It comments: Steven Patrick Morrissey. Who is the man we thought we knew?


That one may still experience this: a kind of practical life advice from the Mozzer. He urgently recommends not watching news, Morrissey sing in the single release with the misleading harmless title "Spent The Day In Bed" from the new album "Low In High School". Why? "Because the news contrives to frighten you / To make you feel small and alone". So all fake news, made up to make you feel small and lost? If you had known that earlier! You would have been spared a lot. For example, Morrissey's sympathy for the Brexit father Nigel Farage. Or French populist Marine Le Pen. Or his British immigration policy after the attack in his hometown of Manchester. These are confusing times for those

So who is Steven Patrick Morrissey? Still the patron saint of cultured outsiders? Or just a xenophobic old Griesgram with a penchant for conspiracy theory? Anyone who hears "Low In High School", the singer's first new album in three years, has a lot of text work to work on to clarify these questions. With vague chances of success.

Everywhere you meet a political world stage: Arab Spring, protests in Venezuela, nuclear armament, the funny cipher Brexit ("Jacky's Only Happy When She's Up On The Stage"). And only one brain twist: erotic desire as a flight from the world as well as the usual lament of homelessness and loneliness. It's a game of hints and provocation. Maybe he fools us all.

Maybe you would buy it all more readily, the musical packaging would be more appealing. But the poet's songwriting partner, above all the faithful Boz Boorer and US keyboardist Gustavo Mansur, only let the old Morrissey magic flare up in fragments. Part of it is terribly muscular broadband rock (production: Joe Chiccarelli), partly a kind of political coffee house music with Keybordgeklimper and oriental ornament. In addition, the world-afflicted thought fit into the Middle East.

At the bottom is "Low In High School" - may it be said that? - to Morrissey's Israel plate. He devotes no less than three plays to his new land of longing, including the almost six-minute "Isreal" at the very end. To drumsy drumbeat, the voice rolls over: "And they who are raining upon you / They are jealous of you as well / Love yourself as you should, Israel."

How this forbidden love is received in the public discourse? This can then be found in the system press of your choice. Or you do as you say and actually just stay in bed for a while. The longer you think about it ... maybe it really is not bad advice.
Yea!
He got it!
It took him some time but the penny dropped. Good man.
 
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