If I'm remembering correctly, the NME apologised only for having annoyed him, not for representing him - correctly - as a xenophobe.
Swollen back again to entertain us all with his famous sense of humour.
Are you suggesting it isn't you ludicrous, slack jawed, zombified, pox-ridden f***wit?
They apologized after legally being obliged to do so from a pre-court hearing as they'd inferred that he was a racist for years and it turns out they were in the wrong. If Moz had pushed it they'd have been out of business.
I'm not sure that a nailed on xenophobe would spend his years abroad or employ a mostly foreign band.
While mass immigration might be great for uber rich corporations as it keeps wages low it might not be so good for the working classes. Those on the Left who are fast to claim racism and xenophobia might want to think about that.
Wrong, my Gnarleygroined friend. I simply said a good review was a good sign and never expressed any other opinion on the album. It seems a difficult concept for you to grasp.
Come on, Orson. You're holding out on us. What else from the future is great? Jetpacks? Flying cars? Teleportation? Don't be shy. We're waiting, oh great Sybil.
Wow. Morrissey actually PROMOTING the NME via True to You, instead of calling for people not to buy it?!?! Has the world gone mad?
I can think of only two reasons: 1)he's getting a cut of profits from the special, or 2)(more likely) the NME are cosying back up to him for a 5 star review + interview feature.
Arguing on the internet. You guys are so awesome!