Both albums issued on BMG Label for the first time, including inner booklets. LP and CD formats.
MESSAGES FROM MORRISSEY on MORRISSEY CENTRAL
Both JPGs describe the images as 'gatefold'.
It's a fairly handsome Moz photo, at least.
Hard to understand why he wants to do this though - we're on to reissues of reissues at this point, and Southpaw was a crap album in the first place.
If it's the Southpaw expanded edition on vinyl then I will buy it as it was only released on CD in 2009. If they have nay sense the Quarry rerelease should have all the B sides on double vinyl which would give me a reason to buy it.Will anyone who has the originals buy another copy just because its on a different label?
Yeah and Quarry has basically been non existent on vinyl since its release. SG is consistently around $300 online for a vinyl copy. I agree the artwork is atrocious.While the artwork is atrocious, I am really looking forward to a Quarry vinyl reissue! I arrived late to the Morrissey Listening Party, I started with World Peace, and just have Quarry as a Mp3 download.
I know. It looks like he's snapped his neck in the Quarry pic and what's with all the space on the right?I can forgive the Southpaw artwork, just, even if the original artwork is some of the best. But good lord that YATQ looks absolutely awful.
I know. It looks like he's snapped his neck in the Quarry pic and what's with all the space on the right?
They should've resurrected the Japanese sleeve. It's even better than the original.
Correction. It is the Korean sleeve. I've been using it as Quarry art on itunes since 2004 as I was never a fan of the pink sleeve.Wow, what was this from!?! Japan? I have the Japanese CD of Quarry and it’s the same as the original I believe but this looks great