Yes, I was referring to the digital version, given that that medium is still the most widely consumed. I have the CD and deluxe CD, but those outside of Morrissey fans are probably less likely to pick it now up given its streaming absence.When you say “unavailability if it’s parent album” - are you referring to Harvest scrapping it?
It’s still widely available on cd, very cheaply as well. The vinyl can also be picked up.
I know it’s not on iTunes but if you paid for it at the time, it’s still on your device(s)
I’ve no idea. I’ve asked a couple of times hoping fwd or someone would fill me in on the rights on politics happening behind the scenes but no answer. I doubt someone else right now is blocking them so they can release a new comp, I thought most were owned by the same company so I don’t know why it would just be some that don’t appear. It’s super annoyingYeah, what the hell happened to Swords?!
Great post. Sentiments echoed.Call me 'Mr Old Fashioned', but I can't help but find it a bit sad that people seem so reliant on Spotify to be able to listen to music. What's wrong with bunging the CD in the hi-fi and hitting the play button? Hell - even if you don't have a CD player, it's up there on Youtube.