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    Morrissey Central "NOT HAPPY, NOT SAD" (May 31, 2021)

    One of the best Smiths covers I've ever heard, I've heard 'em all. All four musicians nailed their parts. Anyone who's bringing race into this post needs to find a hobby.
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    Grand Prairie, TX - Verizon Theatre (Sep. 18, 2019) post-show

    He referenced this Oscar quote during a Smiths interview over three decades ago. When the reporter asked Morosey what his favorite quote was, he quoted this one.
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    Morrissey interview in FasterLouder - "Cakes, Brexit and country music"

    Sorry, this deserved a second post in the same thread.. "Factually, I would trade the entire Smiths catalogue for World Peace Is None Of Your Business." As a diehard fan who has put up with a lot of shit for being a fan of the Smiths/Morrissey since the mid-'80s (both from assholes and...
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    Morrissey interview in FasterLouder - "Cakes, Brexit and country music"

    How did this website get an interview (albeit an email questionnaire interview) after their scathing review of "World Peace." I mean, I actually think the review of the album isn't scathing enough, but I also wouldn't have the balls to ask Morrissey for an interview afterwards, either.
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    BBC 4 "The People's History of Pop 1976-1985" featuring The Smiths

    f***ing great clip. Great story from the two that say them at Dingwalls.
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    The Smiths' "First" bassist, Dale Hibbert, played the Smiths first demo

    And I'll repeat myself: This demo (made in August 1982, four months after Morrissey and Marr decided to form The Smiths proper) sounds incredibly close to what we got on the debut which was recorded 13 months later in September 1983. I'm still impressed.
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    Today's message is, there is no message.

    Today's message is, there is no message.
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    The Smiths' "First" bassist, Dale Hibbert, played the Smiths first demo

    Dale Hibbert was at the PLY Bar in Manchester last night (Sept. 29, 2016) and an excerpt from The Smiths' first demo was played at the end of the night's event. This is a bit of "The Hand That Rocks The Cradle" demo recorded at Decibelle Studios by Morrissey, Marr, Joyce, and Hibbert on bass...
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    TTY: Dairy Farmers Milked Out of Business

    They're not even complete sentences anymore. There's a good chance he had a stroke while banging this one out.
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    TTY: British politics this week

    Morrissey's submitting links to his most hated website now?
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    Tony Visconti - My top 6 productions - Team Rock

    "Ganglord" sounded so rugged and rough on "Who Put the M in Manchester." Visconti's production cut the balls off it. Maybe he should've recorded it in Dubly.
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