Should Morrissey auction 'Bonfire' to the highest bidder?

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Anonymous

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With no news on the record label front, do you think Morrissey should press a single copy of 'Bonfire of Teenagers' and auction it to the highest biddder?
Bob Dylan just auctioned a unique recording for a whopping 1.4 million pounds, so clearly it's a ncie little earner. https://variety.com/2022/music/news...wind-sells-million-dollars-pounds-1235311170/

He could still play the songs live, so it's not like we'd never hear them.

Thoughts? Would you bid - if so, how much?
 

TheSmiths_1985

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With no news on the record label front, do you think Morrissey should press a single copy of 'Bonfire of Teenagers' and auction it to the highest biddder?
Bob Dylan just auctioned a unique recording for a whopping 1.4 million pounds, so clearly it's a ncie little earner. https://variety.com/2022/music/news...wind-sells-million-dollars-pounds-1235311170/

He could still play the songs live, so it's not like we'd never hear them.

Thoughts? Would you bid - if so, how much?
£40, in three instalments via PayPal.
 
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Anonymous

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It makes me wonder - who would be the richest celebrity fan that would end up buying it? Russell Brand maybe?
 
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jammy

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He seems really keen to get the album out - and I don't blame him, the songs certainly sound strong - and he has money. Surely he could take a chance and release it himself. Maybe press 10000, and see where it goes?
 
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