Satellite Of Love: formats can be pre-ordered now - TTY

19 January 2014 - true-to-you.net

"Satellite Of Love": Heavyweight 12" vinyl, 7" picture disc vinyl, and digital download formats can be pre-ordered now





"Satellite Of Love" by Morrissey, which is to be released on heavyweight 12" vinyl, 7" picture disc vinyl, and digital download formats on 27 January in the UK and 28 January in the US, can be pre-ordered on these formats now from online music stores and other retailers.
"Satellite Of Love" is supported by a remastered "You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side" and by previously unreleased live tracks across the formats.

12" vinyl single tracklisting:
"Satellite Of Love" (recorded live at the Chelsea Ballroom at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, 25 November 2011)
"You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side"
"Vicar In A Tutu" (recorded live in Hyde Park, 4 July 2008)*
"All You Need Is Me" (recorded live in Hyde Park, 4 July 2008)*

7" picture disc vinyl single tracklisting:
"Satellite Of Love" (recorded live at the Chelsea Ballroom at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, 25 November 2011)
"You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side"
"You Say You Don't Love Me" (recorded live in Hyde Park, 4 July 2008)*

Digital download tracklisting:
"Satellite Of Love" (recorded live at the Chelsea Ballroom at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, 25 November 2011)
"You're Gonna Need Someone On Your Side"
"Mama Lay Softly On The Riverbed" (recorded live in Hyde Park, 4 July 2008)*

* Previously unreleased

Photos:
12" vinyl single artwork
7" picture disc vinyl single artwork
 
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CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
Cosmopolitan was my friend Jon's second Morrissey show. He now owns a few albums but didn't then. Satellite of Love was the only song he knew that night and it blew his mind a little bit. He left after the song because he was so wasted and the night couldn't get any better. Of course he didn't TELL ME THIS until I looked for him for an hour afterward and found him back at the room, but it's funny to think back on that. :p The next day I smashed into another car on the way to the Shrine and broke my radiator and almost blew up my car, worst show ever. From best show to worst show in 24 hours. :D
 

Mozza220559

Surmontil 50
Honestly though who's the design consultancy who creates all the Moz artwork now?

I could do a better job with my hands tied around my back.
 

mcrickson

Reckless Endangerment
Honestly though who's the design consultancy who creates all the Moz artwork now?

I could do a better job with my hands tied around my back.
Just as long as he doesn't use an old photo for the new album sleeve. A one-off cover single release doesn't really matter to anyone besides Morrissey himself and collectors.
 

Mozza220559

Surmontil 50
Just as long as he doesn't use an old photo for the new album sleeve. A one-off cover single release doesn't really matter to anyone besides Morrissey himself and collectors.
Well yes. That'd be a cop out if he did that. It's just a bit shitty seeing the lack of effort in the current re-issues and albums over the past 5 years considering he used to know each typeface and pantone reference during The Smiths. I'm quite hopeful about the new album though. I think he'll put right all that was wrong in 2013. I'm really positive and want the cover art to reflect the quality of music.
 

joe frady

Vile Refusenik
Honestly though who's the design consultancy who creates all the Moz artwork now?

I could do a better job with my hands tied around my back.
All the recent 'legacy product' {since 2010} has been designed by Darren Evans, the Art Director at EMI, now art director at Universal Music Group. No reason to suspect that 'Satellite of Love' will be any different.

I quite like the fact that he's used the Penguin Classics typefaces for artist & title lettering. You can't go wrong with Mrs Eaves :)
 

Sal Kramer

Member
Yet again more recycled music thrust upon Morrissey's adoring, cash-wielding fan base, available for purchase in multiple formats. Hurry up & buy it NOW! The rent must be due...
 
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Anonymous

Guest
Maybe he simply liked the song and decided to record a cover of it.
In that case why didn't he release it years ago ? Lou had only been brown-bread for a couple of days (he was still warm) before details emerged of the cash in.
Very poor taste


Benny-the-Butcher
 

Girlmostlikely

Active Member
In that case why didn't he release it years ago ? Lou had only been brown-bread for a couple of days (he was still warm) before details emerged of the cash in.
Very poor taste


Benny-the-Butcher
It was clearly a TRIBUTE. That's why it was released at that time. It's not like this was, or was expected to be, some kind of big hit. Plus it's still Lou Reed's song, most of the profits go to his estate. I thought it was genuine and Lou's heart would have been warmed.
 
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Anonymous

Guest
In that case why didn't he release it years ago ? Lou had only been brown-bread for a couple of days (he was still warm) before details emerged of the cash in.
Very poor taste


Benny-the-Butcher
What's your definition of cash in? Royalties from this single go to Lou Reed's state. It's a tribute, you sour piece of crap.
 

Mr Delaney

I've left.
Actually the picture disc is beautiful
Indeed. Got it in the mail today, listened to it for the first time (I prefer physical releases for my mental release).

Sounded quite good actually, close to the Norway concert version. The remaster of "Someone on Your Side" sounds good on the guitars, lots of rough and fuzzy edges, but less so on the bass. The Buzzcocks song was OK, Morrissey obviously can't do the Shelley yelps but the band did a credible impersonation of the Buzzcocks. Guitars could've been slightly clearer/higher in the mix though.

One thing that did irritate was the sticker with the copy info - you have to tear it in two to get the disc out, which is a shame. The Mael Mix Suedehead disc had a better solution for this.
 

joe frady

Vile Refusenik
Indeed. Got it in the mail today, listened to it for the first time (I prefer physical releases for my mental release).

Sounded quite good actually, close to the Norway concert version. The remaster of "Someone on Your Side" sounds good on the guitars, lots of rough and fuzzy edges, but less so on the bass. The Buzzcocks song was OK, Morrissey obviously can't do the Shelley yelps but the band did a credible impersonation of the Buzzcocks. Guitars could've been slightly clearer/higher in the mix though.

One thing that did irritate was the sticker with the copy info - you have to tear it in two to get the disc out, which is a shame. The Mael Mix Suedehead disc had a better solution for this.
But no matrix message :(
 
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Anonymous

Guest
What's your definition of cash in? Royalties from this single go to Lou Reed's state. It's a tribute, you sour piece of crap.
Yes with "Morrissey" written all over it ! Could he not have just donated a wedge, anon ?

"Morrissey does a lot a great work for charity, doesn't like to talk about it" springs to mind.


Benny-the-Butcher
 

Stoned

Oh well...enough said
I just love the artwork, that is why I am getting both vinyls.

Cheers Moz
 

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