Leave it to this lot to some how spin the idea that Marr’s son should someone how be indebted and grateful to Morrissey.
Johnny Marr is a very diplomatic person who is usually careful not to criticise Moz and to keep their relationship private. I'm not sure he'll be thrilled with his son about this.
Name one song then. Absolutely dire post Smiths. Morrissey has and always will have charisma and has had a stellar solo career and is recognisable in every continent in the world.I think it’s quite the opposite, the the, pretenders, electronic, modest mouse, cribs, solo...... Morrissey was shit after vauxhaul.
I did say "In essence". I didn't say it was as great as any Smiths album. It's a feeling I remember well from my 20s. I resent this dudes post and hope not to hear him ever sing a Morrissey lyric again. No one loves Johnny more than I.There is no way in hell that album is on par with a Smiths album! That’s absolute rubbish!
Name one song then. Absolutely dire post Smiths. Morrissey has and always will have charisma and has had a stellar solo career and is recognisable in every continent in the world.
Marr couldn’t sell out a social club in America Australia South America etc etc
Nile is a great guitarist (naturally) but he has not yet achieved anything through his own efforts. Paul McCartney's son is 40-odd and is exactly the same - both would be working in bars if not for their surname.
Dude, you seem to be confusing first week sales in the UK with total sales internationally unless you have that data? If so, please share.Yes he has had a stellar solo career, shame it's on the wane now. He must be wondering how the hell did Johnny's Call The Comet outsell California Son and IANADOAC? Not sure why you think Johnny couldn't sellout a social club in the US, he certainly didn't play any last year. Playing support for the Killers this year should give him some great exposure in the US as well.