Maybe he's not talking about the album Years of Refusal since he didn't capitalize the R? I dunno. Who knows.
This doesn't sound like the 'We'll Let You Know' of old. Is this another imposter?Sounds like a whiny, bitter old man. Morrissey is much like the NME--a gold plated past but not much to show for in recent years. Degrading his band members by treating them like dolls. If another band did this, the lemmings would be all over them. But since it is Morrissey, it is looked upon as something creative or genius. I think not.
His bandmates may be nice guys, but their musical skills pale in comparison to what once was.
Well Let You Know
This is where you looking into things too much, works against you and becomes a tad annoying. It's "British" grammar, I believe, I'm not 100% sure, that they don't capitalize each first letter in their titles only the first word, can a brit confirm this? So, Crystal, he typed it correct, from a grammar stand point, as taught in England.
Wow. On the surface, this statement sounds very sad. Let's hope Morrissey is just messing with us, not giving up, and we will see an album in 2012 (or at least, the autobiography). Sounding like "it's over" and it really not being over, is just like something Morrissey USED to do, to add to the mystery and his great mystique. He might've been the type to say: "Sorry, I'm retiring, thank you for your support." Then shortly after, release a new album and launch a world tour to support it just for giggles. Hearing about him gearing up for the court case is troublesome too, please, we don't want a Maladjusted II (one was enough). Let's hope for the best for our dear bard.