Morrissey has teed one up for the super fans, with the announcement that Rhino Records has released his rare concert film Introducing Morrissey.
Perhaps he should take some pointers from Henry Rollins in this case.
Morrissey and his (former?) label Harvest Records are the breakup that never ends.
Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet, apparently — especially when it is published on Morrissey’s fan site True to You.
Another week, another Morrissey controversy.
But no one was more so the subject of his wrath than his label, Harvest Records.
Morrissey claims he doesn’t even know the guy who’s suing him, and considers the allegations a “vexatious lie.”
Heaven knows Morrissey will be miserable now until forever. And in the name of his infinite sadness we say take a drink. You know what, just keep ‘em coming and hope we have enough booze to cover Moz’s entire 30-year career.
Today, July 15, Morrissey releases his first album in five years, World Peace is None of Your Business.
Not thirty seconds into Morrissey’s new album and he’s already dripping with sarcasm about “paying taxes” while calling someone a “poor little fool” and not soon after he’s growling about Neal Cassady and Allen Ginsberg. Later, the dagger: “Earth is the loneliest planet of all.” It’s good to have you back, Moz.