Morrissey Central: "New Morrissey Album" - 'I Am Not A Dog On A Chain' (November 28, 2019)

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By Famous when dead on Nov 28, 2019 at 12:25 AM
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    Morrissey's new studio album, I Am Not A Dog On A Chain, is scheduled for March 2020 release by BMG. The album was recorded in St-remy, France, with producer Joe Chiccarelli. The eleven tracks are:

    Jim Jim Falls
    Love Is On Its Way Out
    Bobby, Don't You Think They Know?
    I Am Not A Dog On A Chain
    What Kind Of People Live In These Houses?
    Knockabout World
    Darling, I Hug A Pillow
    Once I Saw The River Clean
    The Truth About Ruth
    The Secret Of Music
    My Hurling Days Are Done

    Morrissey has described I Am Not A Dog On A Chain as:

    " … the very best of me … too good to be true … too true to be considered good … ", and concludes Morrissey's contract with BMG Records.

    The first single is "Bobby, Don't You Think They Know?", which features vocals by Thelma Houston. The B-side is "Rainbow Valley", a cover of the UK hit by The Love Affair.

    BMG will re-issue and re-master several Morrissey albums in 2020, with updated artwork and sleeve notes. These albums are: Southpaw Grammar, Maladjusted, You Are The Quarry, Ringleader Of The Tormentors, Years Of Refusal, Live At The Hollwood Bowl.

    Morrissey has so far achieved 24 Top Ten albums in the UK - 14 solo, 10 with The Smiths. His highest U.S. chart position was this year with "California Son" at number 7.

    This information provided by Rod Taylor.

    https://www.morrisseycentral.com/messagesfrommorrissey/new-morrissey-album



    The Secret Of Music mystery solved.
    Rainbow Valley appears again.
    Reissues could be promising.
    Is that a Loyd Grossman reference in the tracklist!?
    Regards,
    FWD.


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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Famous when dead, Nov 28, 2019.

    1. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      He scrapped that idea for a b-side but he will attack her in an interview.

      "I prefer Pippi to Greta".
    2. Mozmar
      Mozmar
      I love some of the B-sides more than the released A-sides, they add another dimension & in some cases I've wondered why A was released & B wasn't. All good stuff regardless & luckily we have so much of it to plough through.
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    3. IacPalanci
      IacPalanci
      The song titles do not bode well. They are dreadful.
    4. T. H. Auden
      T. H. Auden
      First time since Maladjusted that a studio album doesn't contain 12 tracks.
      • Interesting Interesting x 1
    5. Anonymous
      Anonymous

      Ruth Polsky x
    6. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      MELTDOWN ? Meltdown was in London. Many years ago at the festival hall. Wonderful days.

      Hazard
      x
    7. Ben Budd
      Ben Budd
      i just hope it's half as good as 'low in high school', a true titan that stands alone in SPM's repertoire. i am wet in anticipation.
      • Funny Funny x 1
    8. Radis Noir
      Radis Noir
      It's difficult to imagine that any album could be so bad as to be only half as good as LIHS.
      • Funny Funny x 2
      • Troll Troll x 1
    9. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I actually like LIHS...took a few plays to appreciate it fully, & the production, but since then, happy days.
      That said, worst track imho is "All the Young People Must Fall in Love".
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    10. Ben Budd
      Ben Budd
      Wait until march!
      • Funny Funny x 1
    11. Nerak
      Nerak
      It's only the end of I Bury The Living that I really don't like, also I think Israel could have had clearer lyrics since the title alone has got him into so much trouble.
    12. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Yeah but nobody messes with the Israelis..now they HAVE got balls!
      No snowflakes over there.
    13. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Your message has been submitted and will be displayed pending approval by a so called moderator, & if it doesn't slag skinny off.
      Normal censorship rules apply.
      Lots of love,
      Skinny sympathiserprotectioncrew.co.uk
      • Funny Funny x 1
    14. Nerak
      Nerak
      They are tough. Spectacularly outnumbered, but determined.
    15. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Or is it money and loads of people on the payroll?

      There are snowflakes everywhere and even in Israel. I believe stone throwing palestines have more balls facing an army equipped with all the latest gadgets.
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    17. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Not as determined as the entire american military army backing them up.

      Another incredibly stupid comment from you when we all thought you could not go any lower.
    18. Nerak
      Nerak
      I wasn't referring to their military. But I guess obsessive hatred stops you reading words.
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    19. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Interesting case study material, & no mistake...
    20. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Israel literally controls American foreign policy. You should stop talking about politics, Karen.

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