morrissey should duet with sinead o`connor

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noam

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doesn`t it just make sense?
both post-punk heros, both sensitive to loneliness and misery,
both capable of rockers energy,
both has got issues with religion,
child abuse,
and sexual ambiguity
both detest margaret thatcher and the queen
sinead covered "the hand that rocks the cradle"
both had some connection to fachtna o`celleah or whatever it`s spelled like...
sinead is irish, morrissey`s also irish originally
(so it happened that i heard her sing "the streets of london" and something in her voice sounded like morrissey, and then i figured out it was her irish accent, and maybe morrissey`s uniqueness is his remains of a mancunian-irish accent)

by the way, they should cover "A VICAR IN A TUTU"...
 
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JS

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They should do something..

Yes, they do seem perfect for each other. I know they've had tea together, I saw a picture of the meeting in, 'Morrissey-Shot' by Linder Sterling.
 
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Librarian on Fire

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Re: They should do something..

> Yes, they do seem perfect for each other. I know they've had tea
> together, I saw a picture of the meeting in, 'Morrissey-Shot' by
> Linder Sterling.

They do seem to mirror each other in their beliefs but you have to remember that all duets are crap. Can anyone name one good duet ever?
 
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noam

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Re: They should do something..

bjork and thom yorke
to name one
and here they have "interlude"
on heavy rotation
it`s damn good
 
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hnia

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Re: They should do something..

> bjork and thom yorke
> to name one
> and here they have "interlude"
> on heavy rotation
> it`s damn good

That is a good one. Here's two more . . .

Another: Rachel Goswell (mojave 3) & Mark Kozelek (red house painters) AROUND AND AROUND, from the John Denver Tribute.

Michael Stipe (rem) and Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses) YOUR GHOST,
from Kristin's solo album, HIPS AND MAKERS
 
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