Morrissey wrote the lyrics, Alain Whyte wrote the music. Somehow one gets the feeling that they have never met, never spoken, never exchanged their respective ideas: quite unhappy lyrics about good ol’ Hector sung over the most cheerful music to come out of the UK & Ireland since The Beatles… Then again, perhaps that is exactly the point of it all. 37 more words
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Morrissey has always impressed me, though I find the sound to be somewhat difficult to take seriously. However, after seeing the new album’s track names, it’s going to be really hard to listen to someone in Colonial Williamsburg detail how he was an inspiration for their current singer-songwriter “identity.” These are kind of amazing: 68 more words
Morrissey attacks Fisheries Minister Gail Shea in blog post claiming 'Canada's sorry image is due entirely to its seal slaughter'
Morrissey’s Canadian fans shouldn’t get too hopeful that the Pope of Mope will be crossing their border anytime soon.
On Friday, the former Smiths frontman published a paean on his personal website, true-to-you.org, in which he condemned the Canadian government anew for continuing to allow seal hunting, which he calls “greedy and barbaric.” 428 more words
We might be in between Coachella and Outside Lands, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a host of events and concerts coming through Bay Area venues in May. 125 more words