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  1. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "My Love Life"

    Did anyone say it was?
  2. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "My Love Life"

    Always, always, always adored this song. Sure, it’s not revolutionary in any way, but it’s honest, heartfelt and true. And it’s a great jangly mid tempo pop song at that. Oh, and the video might be my favorite Morrissey video. What a gorgeous man.
  3. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "My Life Is a Succession of People Saying Goodbye"

    Not an immediate favorite, not really a favorite per se now either, but obviously a strong piece of work. Moz never fails at dreamy music.
  4. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "My Insatiable One"

    I have absolutely no feelings for this song. I like early Suede, though. Or at least I did (don’t really listen to them anymore). Dog Man Star is one of the best albums of the 90’s.
  5. Gregor Samsa

    Noel Gallagher tells about time spent with Morrissey - Absolute Radio

    How many celebs today have the guts to come out and say that they love Morrissey? Bless Noel for being fearless and true.
  6. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "My Hurling Days Are Done"

    One of several strong tracks on Dog, and a perfect album closer.
  7. Gregor Samsa

    NME: "The Cure’s Robert Smith addresses “imaginary feud” with The Smiths" (June 14, 2021)

    The album is all but mixed, apparently. Why it’s still not mixed is beyond my comprehension. It’s been finished for more than a year. RS is notorious for being veeery slow, but this is ridiculous. He’s described the album as super emotional and two hours of doom and gloom, which only makes the...
  8. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey Central "YOUR HEALTH IS NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS" (June 15, 2021)

    Agree. Sadly, it says a lot about the times we live in. Noel would be the first one to agree.
  9. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey Central "YOUR HEALTH IS NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS" (June 15, 2021)

    Never heard of the fella hosting the...show(?), Noel on the other hand I love. I know things are more complicated than how he portrays them, and he knows it as well, but at the same time he’s not wrong. Far from it. We should all bow down with reverence and thank God almighty that people like...
  10. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "My Dearest Love"

    Yeah, this ranks among his very best post-comeback b-sides. Heartfelt and dramatic, ominous and melancholy. Always loved it.
  11. Gregor Samsa

    NME: "The Cure’s Robert Smith addresses “imaginary feud” with The Smiths" (June 14, 2021)

    Have you heard “The Same Deep Water as You” or “A Strange Day”?
  12. Gregor Samsa

    NME: "The Cure’s Robert Smith addresses “imaginary feud” with The Smiths" (June 14, 2021)

    That dark album they’ve been working on for 63564 years is likely to be one of the best albums in modern times.
  13. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "Munich Air Disaster 1958"

    Sure, it’s been played to death these last four years, and sure he has tons of songs that are more deserving of that kind of attention, but that said, it’s still a good song. Strong in every way; vocal, vocal melody, arrangement, production and lyrics.
  14. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "Mute Witness"

    Always been near the bottom of my KU list.
  15. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "Mountjoy"

    Terribly cynical and depressing (and does he really equate the inmates with sewage?), but still one of the very best tracks off of the album.
  16. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "Morning Starship"

    A great, weird pop song, fitting Mozzer perfectly. Great production that breathes and soars.
  17. Gregor Samsa

    Morrissey A-Z: "Michael's Bones"

    Both sinister and sad, this is easily one of his strongest ever b-sides, and frankly one of his best ever solo songs. It’s magnificent in every way.
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