"World Peace Is None Of Your Business" - new album title

Morrissey's new album, World Peace Is None of Your Business, provisionally set for late June/early July release worldwide; Your Arsenal U.S. and Hungary chart positions; Satellite of Love U.S. chart positions - true-to-you.net

7 March 2014

Morrissey's new album, World Peace Is None of Your Business, has been provisionally set for late June/early July release worldwide by Harvest Records thru Capitol. Morrissey is said to be " beyond ecstatic " with the album, all 12 tracks of which were produced by Joe Chiccarelli in France.

The re-mastered Your Arsenal has entered the U.S. Vinyl Album Chart at #13, and is #8 on the U.S. Tastemakers Chart.

Your Arsenal has also charted in Hungary at #18.

The single Satellite of Love has spent five weeks in the U.S. Hot Singles Sales Chart, at positions #1, #2, #4, #6, and this week at #3.
 
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VivaGil

i've got no charm
I can't say I'm thrilled with the title. His titles are usually quite unique. I here's to hoping for great songs.
 

joe frady

Vile Refusenik
Cheers GC!

'Beyond Ecstatic' would've been a better LP title. WPINYB (first!) is a bit....meh. And it's going to look crap on a sleeve.

Maybe it's a political concept album :ha-no:
 

MassMurder

New Member
Funny title, as Mozlways.

Any guess about the setlist? Scandinavia with a powerful version? People Are The Same Everywhere is out for our luck? Art-Hounds heading the album? I'm Excited!
 
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Tom Hodgetts

Guest
Maybe this would suggest a political edge to the song Istanbul, especially after the the recent protests there. That is if it's made it onto the album.
 

Orson Swells

Well-Known Member
With a title like that, "People Are The Same Everywhere" looks like a shoe-in for track one...

Seems more like a song title than an album title. Maybe there's a title track for the first time since Maladjusted.
 
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Harsh Truth

Ever Felt Had?
Where do they come up with these charts?
 

Harsh Truth

Ever Felt Had?
So, looks like the US Tour will be featuring a least a handful of songs not yet known to the audience. Not that I necessarily mind this. Worth noting, though. In fact, I quite enjoyed hearing several Quarry songs live in LA and NY back in early 2004 prior to album release, in addition to the tracks previously debuted in 2002.

So is it "Morrissey, World Peace is None of Your Business" you think?
 

GlasgowChivas

Doing the Terrace Stomp
So, looks like the US Tour will be featuring a least a handful of songs not yet known to the audience. Not that I necessarily mind this. Worth noting, though. In fact, I quite enjoyed hearing several Quarry songs live in LA and NY back in early 2004 prior to album release, in addition to the tracks previously debuted in 2002.

So is it "Morrissey, World Peace is None of Your Business" you think?

Yes, I expect it is.

I'm not a fan of the title tbh but it's slightly better if you imagine it's a direct quote that someone's said to him, which it probably is.
 

CrystalGeezer

My secret's my enzyme.
I like the title.
 
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Justin Playfair

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So, looks like the US Tour will be featuring a least a handful of songs not yet known to the audience. Not that I necessarily mind this. Worth noting, though. In fact, I quite enjoyed hearing several Quarry songs live in LA and NY back in early 2004 prior to album release, in addition to the tracks previously debuted in 2002.

So is it "Morrissey, World Peace is None of Your Business" you think?


I hope you're right. That would be an awesome title! Late June-early July is just a stone's throw away. This is great news!
 

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