The Smiths The Queen Is Dead Album Review 

1. The Queen Is Dead- This song is about the relationship between the royal family and the people. There was a time, war time as Mozza points out when the Family and the population were united. 1,675 more words


The Sad Fairytale of New York

What’s the first thing you think of when I say Kirsty MacColl? Probably the song Fairytale of New York by The Pogues. Kirsty features on this always-voted-number-one-Christmas-song that each December makes it possible for… 355 more words


Morrissey, The O2 Arena, review: 'delightfully miserable'

For the first time in his 32-year career, Steven Patrick Morrissey doesn’t want your sympathy. “Remember me but forget my fate”, he implored during his only UK performance of the year, referring to his recent treatment for cancer. 31 more words


Starter for Ten - Morrissey


Enigmatic purveyor of the songs that saved your life, avowed celibate humasexual and esteemed Penguin author, put your hands together for Steven Patrick Morrissey. In anticipation of the release of his forthcoming LP, … 1,401 more words


Morrissey like you’ve never heard him before

The singer’s unconventional memoir offers a fascinating window into his early life

Kyle Minor

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Steven Patrick Morrissey is best known as the enigmatic lead singer of the Smiths, the influential British band whose 1980s near-hits such as “How Soon Is Now?” and “That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore” prefigured a lush imaginary rock ’n’ roll future that didn’t come to pass but might have. 695 more words

Art And Humanities

I was happy in the haze

It has been almost 30 years since I attempted to write any kind of book review. Back then I was forced to analyse things and also forced to conform to wearing a uniform. 510 more words