Given there wasn't a 45 single number 1 from the new album, I'm not sure if this is an actual promo for a vinyl release or sarcasm. It has the hallmarks of an SER mock up rather than approved art work.So based on how things go, we can probably expect this 7-inch for March 2021, correct?
Travesty RaynerSomeone need to stop SAM ESTY RAYNER
He clearly can't freaking search a high resolution image in Google Images without bad pixelation. He can't do a cover album. He can't shoot a Official Video (Kiss me A lot.....). He can't do a t shirt design. He just can't. This dude is insane, he's a beast, he's a demon I'm telling you
My thoughts exactly. BMG is just getting rid of IANADOAC in the most efficient way possible and I can't really see them committing to a string of re-releases, that are very pointless anyway. And I can't really see him getting a major contract after this. Are there any left anyway or has he already burnt his bridges with all of them?Obviously fromthis post the relationship with BMG is at an end...no sign of Bobby or Love 7" ...no exclusive first play or playlisting for Bobby or Love which you would expect the BMG Marketing machine would be able to influence. I think they're just rolling down the contract. So lets look forward to Moz' possible last album as I dont see anyone else signing him .....I would also suggest the publicised re-issues are a figment of his imagination similar to the long awaited World Peace re-issue rahter than any contractual ageements..
Good points, but why would he complicate the campaign by sarcastically advertising non-existant releases? My guess is that Morrissey would have wanted two or three vinyl singles before the album, but BMG has now completely given up humouring him in this respect, after all they just a week ago bothered to put out the last of the CS vinyl singles. Now Moz is muddying up the waters by pointing out how he would have liked this campaign to go. BMG must have given up also on funding videos for Morrissey.California Son - 2 "instant grat" songs (It's Over / Morning Starship) released prior to the first 'real' single Wedding Bell Blues (despite radio playing both grats as 'singles'). So this could just be indicative of the previous pattern rather than anything else, but who knows?
As said previously several times now, they will need to have a working relationship with him if any reissues happen (which will sell if previous interest here is correct). Who owns what in terms of rights isn't abundantly clear either and that could encourage a bit of diplomacy on BMG's part too. The multiple formats of the new album aren't the worst sign of label disinterest?
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