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    Morrissey A-Z: "He Knows I'd Love to See Him"

    Moz doesn't write the musical backing, but he comes up with his own vocal lines, so he does partially write the music. And his vocal lines are often highly inventive; a lot of the time, they are the last thing anyone else would think of singing over the backing. Often, they completely make the...
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    Morrissey Central "KENNETH WILLIAMS" (January 8, 2021)

    Strongly recommend the KW diaries to anyone who is able to read
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    Morrissey Central "In Our Life." (December 19, 2020)

    Real Life by Magazine, too
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    Omega Auctions: October auction contains potentially unheard material

    So the brand of cassette didn't exist while the Smiths existed, and I don't think I can see the word "Smiths" on the card. Is it even definitely them??
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    Morrissey Central "SOON / 2020 new releases" (September 6, 2020)

    Terrible new photo choices. I wonder if M secretly likes photos in which he looks laughably bad, eg Swords cover. The vinyl I'm missing personally is Maladjusted. Wish they'd put that out again. Cover couldn't be much worse. Then again...
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    Site moderation feedback

    The problem with this place is there is no moderators...or if there is they do nothing
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    Morrissey Central "ELIZABETH ANNE DWYER" (August 8, 2020)

    I hope she recovers. What is vahaan koee kal hal? Wonder why UK is not on list of countries beseeched?
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    Morrissey Central "Tell-Lie-Vision" (May 24, 2020)

    Two points: The posts seem to be Sam, but the awful 'tell-lie' pun reminds me of Moz (remember 'king-dumb'?? Also Is the finger-pointee really Moz? Or chosen cos it looks like him?
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    Morrissey Central "You, Me & Ours" (April 11, 2020)

    The wet markets are pretty horrible, yeah But they've been going on for years Not a scientist, but i can"t see how wet markets can be blamed for this Coronaviruses change every year - my work gives me the flu jab for free, which is never the same one year after year People look for someone /...
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    Interview with Cornershop's Tjinder Singh reflects on Morrissey protest

    Feel free to disagree with Pippistrella, but please stop the sexism
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    Interview with Cornershop's Tjinder Singh reflects on Morrissey protest

    FB consists of people who were too racist for UKIP
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    Interview with Cornershop's Tjinder Singh reflects on Morrissey protest

    It doesn't really matter what ethnic group they are from. Sexual exploitation has no colour. Tjinder wasn't asked about that, so it's not relevant here. But he was asked about Moz, so he answered. Tjinder understandably feels vindicated cos of M's recent antics. I wish Moz hadn't created this...
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    Interview with Cornershop's Tjinder Singh reflects on Morrissey protest

    Well, i felt there was no reason to mention them, other than to fuel racist feeling towards Tjinder, so i was appalled. At the time, i felt the protest at the record company was a bit lame - felt like they were trying to increase their profile by knocking Moz, who hadn't done much to warrant it...
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    Interview with Cornershop's Tjinder Singh reflects on Morrissey protest

    Well this is awkward...it was you who mentioned asian grooming gangs!
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    Interview with Cornershop's Tjinder Singh reflects on Morrissey protest

    Cornershop is a really good band. It's a shame Moz has validated their stance against him with his open support of horrid racists like Tommy Robinson. Obviously the fact that he is asian does not mean he should have to shoulder any responsibility for grooming gangs. The fact i am white doesn't...
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    Dog on a Chain review in Record Collector - 2/5

    Going by the three songs he's put out so far, the review is spot on, if a little generous on the stars. Moz used to write great pop songs (with his collaborators of course, but his vocal lines are so distinctive he needs a lot of credit for more than just providing lyrics). Even recently, STDIB...
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